It was also used in the 1988 Tone Lōc single "Wild Thing".
"Hasta la vista, baby" became a world-famous catchphrase when it was used in the 1991 film Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which was written by James Cameron and William Wisher Jr.
Fall in love with Mildred isn’t on her list, but maybe it’s time to let go of that rigid future she’s been working toward, and instead embrace the accidents that can lead to something better. This should definitely be read as book 5 of 5, in order, a) because you want to read all of them, and b) because it ties up loads of loose ends, and has a lot to do with the murder mystery that comes to a head in #4.
First person, with Zane's voice coming across loud, clear and fun.
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Trying to conceive is an unholy rollercoaster of emotions, and Mildred won’t let them kiss again until Zane figures out how she feels.
Inside their bus, hidden behind a false compartment, they have ...
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The phrase is featured in an exchange between the film's characters John Connor (Edward Furlong) and The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger): John Connor: No, no, no, no. You don't say "affirmative" or some shit like that. And if someone comes on to you with an attitude, you say "eat me".
And if you want to shine them on, it's "hasta la vista, baby". The Terminator says the phrase again prior to shattering the liquid nitrogen-frozen T-1000 with a gunshot.