What does You ‘ re killin ‘ me , Smalls mean ? You ‘ re killing me , Smalls is used as a general expression of exasperation with someone or something.
True “Sandlot” fans will instantly recognize the saying , ” You ‘ re killin ‘ me , Smalls .” But one supposed fan met two stars from the 1993 film on the street and couldn’t quite place them. “Sandlot” actors Patrick Renna and Tom Guiry took a photo with the fan Wednesday and it soon went viral.
(smɔːlz ) plural noun. Your smalls are your underwear. [British, informal]
The setup: Benny is visited in a dream by Babe Ruth , who’s there to dispense advice on how to retrieve Smalls’ autographed baseball. Babe Ruth : “Remember, kid. There’s heroes and there’s legends.
As Ham Porter in “The Sandlot,” Patrick Renna had one of the most quotable movie lines of the ’90s. “My favorite scenes from the movie have to be the s’mores scene and ‘ You ‘re killin ‘ me , Smalls ,’ ’cause that’s sort of become people’s favorite line of mine,” the actor told TODAY.
idiom. —used to say that one is very anxious to know the outcome of something.
The Sandlot 1993 Ham Porter: Hey, you want a s’ more ? Smalls: Some more of what? Ham Porter: No, do you want a s’ more ? Smalls: I haven’t had anything yet so how can I have some more of nothing? Ham Porter: You’re killing me, Smalls. These are s’mores stuff, ‘kay? Pay attention. First, you take the graham.
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) – The 1993 film “The Sandlot” is a Utah classic, having been filmed in the Beehive State. Patrick Renna, who plays “Hamilton ‘Ham’ Porter” had a layover Sunday in Salt Lake City .
Filmmaker David Evans based the movie ‘The Sandlot ‘ on real events. Evans said the story was inspired by an incident from his childhood, complete with a vicious dog attack – although the true story ended on a much darker note.
: the state of being very annoyed or upset. See the full definition for exasperation in the English Language Learners Dictionary. exasperation . noun. ex·as·per·a·tion | ig-ˌza-spə-ˈrā-shən
During the summer Scotty Smalls get The Sandlot boys into a huge pickle when he hits a baseball signed by Babe Ruth into the Beast’s backyard no-one has ever gone over the fence for fear of being eaten.
This is a quote from the 1993 film The Sandlot. Heroes get remembered but legends never die, follow your heart kid, and you’ll never go wrong. Now, this sounds very pretty, but as serious advice it is of no use at all.
You see, while 1993’s The Sandlot stands tall above almost every coming-of-age sports movie ever made, the memory of Wendy Peffercorn (as Squints so eloquently said ) “oiling and lotioning, lotioning and oiling” will stick with me forever.
What is L7 ? A line out to left field? Doug Ellis. Yes, an L7 would be a line out to the LF. That is what the L7 Men’s Baseball T-Shirt represents.