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The Best Things Andy Bernard Ever Said

Updated September 5, 2019 1.4k votes 311 voters 12.6k views30 items

If you had to choose the funniest Andy Bernard quote, what would it be? Andy Bernard is the kind of insecure fellow who may seem like he's got a few issues going on behind the scenes, but he still manages to be there for his friends and coworkers whenever necessary. As such, he's said some interesting things and given us some of the best lines on The Office.

Voicing his thoughts on love and relationships with ideas like "I know a few things about love. Horrible, terrible, awful, awful things" to his somewhat unique thoughts on music and what women want with comments like "Women cannot resist a man singing show tunes. It's so powerful, even a lot of men can't resist a man singing show tunes." Let's take a look at the best Andy Bernard quotes in The Office history, ranked by your votes. 

Whatever your favorite Andy Bernard quotes are, vote them up on the list below so his greatest lines climb closer to the top.

  • 5

    With My Friendship

    Andy: Sorry I annoyed you with my friendship. 


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    • 6

      Invest In Softer Cotton, Sir

      Andy: This is where I grin...Oww! Oww!!
      Tatto Artist: That was just the cotton swap
      Andy: Invest in softer cotton, sir.


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      • 7

        They're Both Kevin

        Robert California: Last week an accounting mistake resulted in a client getting their order for free.
        Andy: Ooh. That's not good. Chalk that one up to Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb out there.
        Robert California: Who're they?
        Andy: They're both Kevin.


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        • 8


          Andy: I've always been the guy who can rally other people to rebel. In high school, I organized a walk out over standardized testing. Got over 500 students to just skip the SATs. At the last second I chickened out, took it anyway got a twelve twenty. Always regretted it... I feel lachrymose.


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