When Tink first approaches them, Tall Troll starts to say “None shall pass,” but he’s interrupted by Short Troll objecting, “It’s my turn to say the ominous warning!”
Confession: the first twenty (hundred) times I saw the movie, I thought Short Troll said something about the “hominy twenty.”
I’m not kidding.
One day when we had subtitles on, I happened to look up and see “ominous warning” where I had always heard “hominy twenty.”
“Oh! That makes way more sense!” I proceeded to fill my husband in on my grossly misheard dialogue.
So of course, I jumped on to the internet to find out what hominy means: basically, it’s ground corn, which just made me laugh more since the trolls warn they’ll “grind your bones to make our bread.”
Ominous hominy, indeed.