If you've even so much as thought about reliving moments How To Lose A Guy In 10 Daysin real life, reciting it word for word would seem like second nature. And in the midst of doing so, you've probably found yourself being taken aback by a lot of Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson's early millennium slang. The film premiered in 2003, and to be fair, a lot of the things during that time are anything less than cool when reminiscing (hello, tattoo chokers and frosted lip gloss). But if you want to see for yourself just how well the film fit in with the early '00s era, consider all the quotes from How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days that are super outdated, below.
You should know by now that when throwing McConaughey in the mix, you're bound to hear a couple of his ancient and southern colloquialisms in his big-screen performances, and this flick is of no exception. The country crooner isn't the only one dusting off those old dialogue bombs, however. Hudson's character is also guilty of letting a few roll off her tongue as well. And although they were awkwardly appropriate for the timeframe, don't even think about reintroducing any of these movie lines into today's dialogue rolodex.