Go ahead and grab yourself a bespoke ringtone for your Android or iPhone device!
Go ahead and grab yourself a bespoke ringtone for your Android or iPhone device!
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
Sometimes a simple phrase is all that's needed to raise a smile. And Ace Ventura is full of them. Here's a classic.
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
This one might be handy as a ringtone. It's the moment in the movie where Ace has just rolled a Landrover into a space beside the Governor's Rolls Royce. Literally.
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
Who doesn't want Ron Burgundy saying this whenever you receive a text message?!
Brick loves lamp. And we're really hoping that you'll love this message tone!
And Now for Something Completely Different
It's the Monty Python's Flying Circus theme tune, shortened for use as a ring tone. Or a doorbell. Or perhaps just to annoy your children with. It's up to you.
It's the show's theme song, "Changes" performed by Charles Bradley. Perfect as a ringtone.
"The French Mistake" purportedly refers to a straight guy having a gay sexual encounter he later regrets. It's also the title of the musical number which gets crashed by the marauders.
The Catherine Tate Show
It's one of Nan's most popular catchphrases. And it's perfect for a message tone.
Dumb and Dumber
One of Lloyd's catchphrases might just make a great message tone. Not sure who you'd use it for or under what circumstances but hey, you're welcome!
It's a twelve second belch. Yes. Twelve seconds. That's what you get when you chug down an entire 1.5 litre bottle of Coca-Cola without pausing for breath.
"Play me off, Johnny!" Yes, you too can now enjoy this piece of music as a ringtone. You're welcome!
How about the seagull sound from Family Guy as a ringtone or message tone? You know you want it. WE know you want it. And we always give our visitors what they want.
Not sure why Family Guy employed Robert Loggia to record this but it works. And it could make a good ringtone or message tone. Enjoy!
It's a short clip of Peter following though. Yes. That's exactly what I mean. He soiled himself. And now you can have it as a message tone. You're welcome.
By popular request, it's the musical score than accompanies Stewie's frequent adventures in his time machine. Perfect for a ring tone or a message tone, I feel.
It's Peter. Farting. On stage. For ages. Yes, it's puerile. It's childish. It's disgusting. But it's funny.
I'm used to the Family Guy theme tune. I've heard it a gazillion times. But I've never heard a version like this. I'm having this for my ringtone.
This is a funked-up version of the closing title music. Perfect for a ringtone, I feel. Go on, treat yourself!
Isn't this just perfect for a message tone? Yeah. I think so, too. Your friends will be texting you just to make your phone plays this classic.
You know the song, Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood & The Destroyers, right? The one from Terminator 2? Well, this is Peter's version. And it's perfect as a ringtone.
It's the comical shudder that Meg does when wearing a dead guy as a suit. Perfect for a message tone for someone you really don't like very much!
Ahhh... the Family Guy theme tune. It's like comfort food. It reminds me of late nights, trying to keep my eyes open for just one more slice of the Griffins. Happy times! Here it is a ringtone.
Stewie wouldn't be Stewie if he weren't angry, belligerent, sarcastic and mildly threatening. Here's a great little message tone to prove it.
You remember Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs, right? That weirdo holding Senator Martin's daughter hostage in an abandoned well? Here's Stewie's impression of him. And it's chilling.
The Fast Show
Ken & Kenneth are tailors. Pervy tailors who just can't help but turn every conversation with a customer into one about sex.
It's the Father Ted theme song. Performed by The Divine Comedy.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
It's Cameron Frye pretending to be George Sloane on the phone to Ed Rooney. And it's a classic line. Which you can now download as a message tone. You're welcome!
Friday Night Dinner
Martin's catch-phrases can rub off on other characters. When the sofa-bed falls through the bannister, Jackie has only this to say...
Good Morning, Vietnam
This was Cronauer's catchphrase, brought to life in Robin Williams' own inimitable style. And it makes for a perfect message tone. You're welcome!
The Hangover Part II
I love Billy Joel and usually a cover of one of his songs makes me want to rip the artist's arms off and beat him to death with the soggy ends. But for Stu's version of Allentown... I'll make an exception. It's genius.
I'm Alan Partridge
If you know someone called Dan and their number is on your phone, why not download this as a ringtone exclusively for their use? Dan... Dan... DAN... DAN... DAN! Ah... classic Partridge.
The League of Gentlemen
Papa Lazarou has two catchphrases. This is the first, presented in a format suitable for use as a message tone. You're welcome.
And this is Papa Lazarou's SECOND catchphrase, again... formatted ready for use as a message tone.
It's the League of Gentlemen closing theme from Season 3, formatted for the perfect ringtone.
Who doesn't want Anne on their phone? Perfect as a message tone for any lunatic you happen to know.
Beefy, the Bulldog who has been guiding Nicky since his arrival in New York, is fast asleep on the sofa. His snore is the creepiest thing since Donald Trump said that about his own daughter.
By popular demand, here is a slightly cut-down version of the Man Down theme. Perfect as a ringtone. You're welcome.
Max & Paddy's Road to Nowhere
It's the theme music, sung by Peter Kay and Patrick McGuinness. It'd make for a fantastic ringtone, wouldn't it?!
The Nan Movie
One of Nan's many catchphrases. This one is great. So great, in fact, that we've made it available as a message tone. So download it today and put a little bit of Nan on your phone!
It's Nan's iconic cackle. Perfect for a message tone. Perhaps for your own Nan.
The Recorder. A musical instrument. Allegedly. But it's actually a torture device designed to torment parents. And this is perfect for an alarm tone. You won't sleep through this bad boy... guaranteed!
It's Pidge as you've never seen (or heard) him before. Who's Pidge? Well, according to Google, he's the technological whiz and the Voltron Force member who pilots the Green Lion. So there.
Slow Burn. Like a sloth telling you straight out that he fucks your mom. I mean... sure, it's puerile but it would make a great ringtone, huh?! You know it would.
The Simpsons Movie
We may have included Krusty's laugh as a ringtone before, but this one is a doozy.
Spider Pig. It's the song that Homer makes up off the top of his head, which makes absolutely no sense and yet, somehow, is still really very catchy. Grab this one as a ringtone.
As message tones go, this one is simple and über cute. It's Maggie sucking on her pacifier.
Who doesn't need Homer saying, "DOH!" for a ringtone or message tone? Perfect for your boss or your idiotic brother. You're welcome!
Homer has lost control of his car and collided with a bush sculpted to resemble a deer. A female deer. D'oh!
The Scout Master. The worst villain of them all? Well, perhaps. He's certainly the campest villain of them all. Of that, there is absolutely no doubt.
I was born with big hands. A friend of my mother thought I was destined to become a goalkeeper. So, with sausages for fingers, I can feel Homer's pain here. Especially with phones getting smaller.
Okay, so this is the perfect ringtone for anyone enjoying Spring Break. It's Millhouse in an uncharacteristically excited mood.
Know someone who has fewer teeth than arms? Someone who is so stupid, even stupid people give them a wide berth? Then this ringtone is for you. Well, for them if you know what I mean!
This is one of Bart's many catchphrases and would make a great message tone for someone you really don't like very much.
Barney is a Neanderthal. And his belch is his trademark. So why not use it as a message tone for someone just like him?
It's another classic Bart Simpson catchphrase. Perfect for a message tone for your boss or someone who's always bothering you unnecessarily.
It's the theme from The Itchy and Scratchy Show. Would make for a cool ringtone, right? Yeah. You're welcome!
My favourite Duffman moment of all time. Perfect for a message tone. Duffman is thrusting in the direction of the problem!
Men Without Hats. An 80s staple. But why without hats? Was there a band called Men Wearing Hats? And their song, Safety Dance. Any idea what that was all about?
What could be better as a message tone for someone than Krusty the Clown's trademark laugh?
It's the original South Park theme tune - perfect as a ringtone.
A perfect ringtone or message tone for your boss or a colleague you really don't like. Someone who keeps dumping on you and whom you hate answering calls from. You're welcome.
How about Ned Gerblansky saying, "Mmmm, what you got bi-atch?" for your cell phone? Not sure where this would come in handy but it's a great soundbite.
How about a Mr. Hankey Christmas Song to cheer up your holiday season? It's a little long for a ringtone but you could always call yourself just to enjoy it to the end. Just switch off your voicemail.
Who doesn't need a ringtone or message tone of Stuart McCormick suffering from explosive diarrhoea with simultaneous vomiting and nosebleeds?!
This is the new, decidedly drum 'n bass inspired theme tune, introduced as of Season 4, Episode 11.
This is just one of Mr. Garrison's catchphrases and we think it'd be perfect as a message tone - especially for someone you don't hear from very often.
Oh yes. This is what EVERYBODY needs on their phone at Christmas. It's Mr. Hankey's trademark entrance. Hi-dee-ho!
Another one of Mr. Garrison's catchphrases. Slightly more child-friendly, this one but it still conjures up an amusing mental image. I mean poop... on a stick!
Chef has even come up with a catchy little song to market his dubious confections. If I'm not mistaken, a version of this song made it in to the charts in the late nineties.
Puerile and silly... yes. But we thought you'd like Dale's award-winning fart as a ringtone. We may be wrong but we're willing to take a gamble!
Team America: World Police
America! Fuck Yeah! It's the theme of the movie and is unsurpassed in terms of its inspirational, motivational and patriotic power.
The 1990s. It was a less enlightened time. A time when school bullies were at liberty to call people "queer" and gut-punch them for absolutely no reason at all.
Here are eleven words I've never said in the order in which they appear.
I'm pretty sure that all of us have either farted or talked in our sleep, but Matty seems to be able to fart and then blame it on someone else in his sleep. Now that's talent.
The Thick of It
Do you know someone you hate? Someone you'd like to tell to fuck off? Well, next time they call or text, why not have your phone say just that?!
Three Men and a Little Lady
The catchphrase of the movie surely belongs to little Mary Bennington. And here it is, edited to make a perfect message tone.
Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie
It's Champ's catchphrase. As a message tone. Nice!