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    Movie dialog phrase: "Such as up to find.." ?

    Could you please help me make sure if I made out right every line in this movie dialog?
    It starts about 10:15

    -Crashed and burned.
    -Well, at least you didn't get hurt.
    -Such as up to find a new sport.
    -Umm.. the only sport you haven't failed at is yo-yo.

    I'm only hesitating about the last but one sentence, because it doesn't seem to make sense gramatically, so probably I must have misheard something.
    Last edited by sufler; 03-May-2014 at 23:21.

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