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Phrase Your puny ballparks are too small to contain my gargantuan blasts! Bring me the finest meats and cheeses for a clubhouse feast!
Anchor Kenny Mayne
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Sport Baseball

How Is It Used?
Sure a phrase may "read" cool, but how is it really used? In what situation would someone yell it out? You can submit and catalog how the phrases are used along with their cultural references. The currently logged uses are listed below.
He is amused by the simplicity of the game. Bring him your finest meats and cheeses.
I am amused by the simplicity of this game. Bring me your finest meats and cheeses.
I will bring you the finest meats and cheeses.
This phrase is used when a player hits a home run (especially a game-winning home run)
I am king of the diamond. Let there be an abundant clubhouse feast. Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in all the land.
I am the king of Little League! Let there be ding-dongs and a keg of apple juice!
I am the king of the diamond! Let there be a clubhouse feast of meats and cheeses for all my men!
I am the king of all I survey. Bring your finest meats and cheeses for me and my men!
When Griffey goes yard and your pitcher is crying.
Let there be orange wedges for all my women.
A spectator is watching the ballgame and suddenly gets angry that his favorite player missed a fastball right down the middle. The spectator runs onto the field and asks the batter if he can have the rest of his at-bat. The batter, we will call him Kimmie, reluctantly hands the spectator his bat. So the spectator, we will assume that his name is Andy, gets a slider up in the strike zone, and BAM! He crushes it right out of the ballpark! The team then rejoices and carries him into the clubhouse. He eats the entire post-game feast and says, "Bring me the finest meats and cheeses for a clubhouse feast!"
One time, Kenny was doing the highlights for the Little League World Series. One of the kids hit a home run, and Kenny shouted, "I am king of the Little League Diamond! Bring me your finest Twinkies and Ding-Dongs for a clubhouse feast!" It was something like that, and it was too funny!
It is really said like this: "I am king of the diamond. Let there be a grand clubhouse feast. Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in allllll the land."
Be sure to feed that king the best meats and cheese you can find!
Origin: Kenny had a roommate in college that said "Bring me Cheetos for my men" whenever he got his student loan.
Bring me your finest meat and cheese puffs of the land.
Kenny originally used it like this: "I am king of the baseball diamond. Let there be a grand clubhouse feast with the finest meats and cheeses in alll the land."
I play for the love of the game. Bring me your finest meats and cheeses.
Bring me your finest meats and cheeses for I am the ruler of all the land.
I am king of the diamond! There will be a grand clubhouse feast featuring the finest meats and cheeses from throughout the land!
I am King of the court. Let there be a grand locker room feast. Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in all the land. For I am LeBron James.
I am the greatest in all the land! Bring your finest meats and cheeses for all my people!
I have a shirt that says "I am amused by the simplicity of this game. Bring me your finest meats and cheeses!" and a number 12 on the back. It's my favorite shirt.
Bow to my greatness! Offer tribute to my deeds! Bring me your finest meats and cheeses!
I am King of the Land! Let there be an abundant clubhouse feast!
I love meats and cheeses! Bring them to me for the abundant clubhouse feast!
Bring me The Commodores! I wish to hear "Brickhouse", now!
When they say it isn't about the meats and cheeses,it's always about the meats and cheeses.
I am king of the diamond! Let there be a grand clubhouse feast! Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in all the land!
Let their be a grand clubhouse feast. Bring all the finest meats and chesses in alll the land!
Used in many cases for a "walk-off" home run.
I am the greatest player in all of the land. Bring me your finest meats and cheeses!
Used in many cases for whenever Prince Fielder hits the ball.
I am pretty sure it was "I am king of the diamond. Let there be an abundant clubhouse feast. Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in allllll the land." I am also sure the first use was doing a recap of the 1998 HR Derby on a Sammy Sosa HR.
Run home (baseball)
I am King of Little League Baseball! Let there be Ding-Dongs and a keg of apple juice!
I am king of the diamond! I shall rule for as far as the ball shall travel! There will be a feast in my name! Bring me the finest meats and cheeses in all the land!
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