As exclaimed in a mottled English accent by a grandmotherly type indulging in her nightly merengue mask, of course.
The scene is still fresh in our minds despite it being 30 years since the release of Mrs. Doubtfire, starring the late Robin Williams as divorced dad Daniel Hillard. Desperate to spend more time with his kids after losing custody, the out-of-work actor poses as the titular housekeeper and nanny extraordinaire.
The fairly deranged plan only works for so long until he's found out in spectacularly hectic fashion, but the 1993 film itself was the perfect showcase for Williams' singular blend of antic energy, quick wit and heartbreaking sincerity.
"Along with the outrageous comedy is this realistic side that has resonance for families now," the Oscar winner told E! News when the movie came out. "There's a different concept of families other than the Norman Rockwell picture."
The father of three had already been through one divorce, so he spoke from experience, adding to the heart underneath Mrs. Doubtfire's voluminous padded bosom.
Because lest we forget, the Chris Columbus-helmed blockbuster was first and foremost a laugh riot, especially when the director stood back and just let Williams do his thing.
"It got to the point that I had to shoot the entire movie with four cameras to keep up with him," Columbus recently told Business Insider. "None of us knew what he was going to say when he got going and so I wanted a camera on the other actors to get their reactions."
Let's just say that guffaws, snorts and spit takes were on the menu. So make yourself at home and let us fill your tummies with secrets about Mrs. Doubtfire: