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If We’re Not in Kansas Anymore, Where Are We?

by Cas Ruffin on Dec 16th, 2010

Kansas has got to be the most simplest state ever in the history of film. If it wasn’t, there wouldn’t be so many movies reminding us of that we aren’t in Kansas anymore. When Dorothy spouted these famous lines, a cliche was born. Since then, we’ve been comparing our current surroundings as the opposite of a place we’ve never been to.

That was all an introduction for this montage of the line “We’re not in Kansas anymore.” Compared to the land of Oz, it feels like some of these places don’t do the line justice, like when Ari Gold uses it. But if I were ever in space, the line might be appropriate…or if I was in some janky restroom in a seedy bar.

[via BuzzFeed]

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