Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits.
Chuck Norris frequently donates blood to the Red Cross. Just not his own.
I can’t really remember much of the story, but Norris was the man of few words we have all come to know, out to avenge something or other. The big fight at the end had a stunt which was featured in all the coming attractions: The bad guy tries to run Chuck over with his car, but Chuck leaps up just in time to kick through the windshield, killing the bad guy. (You can just barely see it reflected in the sunglasses of the movie poster.) It sounds tame by the standards of modern action movies, but I remember it was pretty cool at the time.
People have been poking fun at Chuck Norris for almost as long as he’s been around. The latest fad has been to collect “facts” about Chuck Norris that show how tough he really is.
When the Boogeyman goes to sleep every night he checks his closet for Chuck Norris.
There is no theory of evolution. Just a list of creatures Chuck Norris has allowed to live.
Looking back at Norris’s first few movies, I don’t think anyone could have predicted that he would be so famous that he’s a part of our common cultural landscape.
Superman owns a pair of Chuck Norris pajamas.
Chuck Norris can touch MC Hammer.
Naturally, someone has collected all these Chuck Facts into a website. This is my favorite:
Chuck Norris does not go hunting because the word “hunting” implies the possibility of failure. Chuck Norris goes killing.
There are thousands more.