- n. alternative spelling of spit take.
“I used this method again when I said of my aborted spit-take, "I don't remember much after that.”
“The situation demanded a spit-take, but this was a nice restaurant, and I was sitting directly across from the two innocent widows.”
“If you come across something that makes you do a double or spit-take, let us know by clicking on the "contact us" link on the lower right.”
“Three times now, she's done something that just made me do a spit-take and then, without a beat, a heartbreaking moment.”
“Scientists everywhere are doing a spit-take at those words.”
“Jack Brawn has the honor of owning the first spit-take committed to celluloid with 1906's "Dream of a Rarebit Fiend" check out the 2:31 mark, and since then the spit-take tradition has been proudly carried on by such luminaries as Gene Wilder, Jeff Goldblum, and the nerdy kid from "Can't Hardly Wait".”
“By our count the record holder for most movie spit-takes is Brendan Fraser with three two in "Monkeybone," one more in "The Mummy", while Arsenio Hall has the rare distinction of being the only actor to perform a spit-take in direct response to a character also played by Arsenio Hall.”
“Without further ado, we invite you to come along and join us as we spit-take our way through the movies!”
“Julie Mason “reporting” for the Washington Examiner got me to do an actual spit-take:”
“I just did a spit-take on my keyboard with my Dr Pepper.”
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