This was the "tag" line of a 1960's commercial for The Rocky and Bullwinkle show. The "bad guy"/villain character Boris Badenov said this at the end of the commercial after stealing letters from the "Billboard" for the show.
The billboard read "Rocky and his Friends" but the letter Boris stole were the letters "r" & "s" so the billboard wound up saying "Rocky and his Fiend" to which the commercial voice said "Now wait a minute, that's supposed to be friends. Who stole those letters?" To which Boris replied "Nyahehe Never underestimate the power of a snook." Here is the commercial on YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/18r
"Never underestimate the power of underwear"
Never underestimate a child.
Never underestimate the power of the Force.
never underestimate the person behind the mask of a fool
never underestimate the power of this one
Because you will in the end only make a fool out of yourself!
never underestimate pussy eaters
Never ever underestimate your opponent!
He was a straight forward person and never had any need to use a catch phrase.
Never underestimate the enemy.
Never seizes to amaze is a phrase. It is used for a person who is outstanding in every way.
Never underestimate her, never take her for granted and always surprise her with the unexpected gesture.
Never Underestimate Radical Vision
Every Field is difficult, never underestimate any...
They aren't, women are just as capable. Never underestimate.
To show that bragging gets u nowhere and never underestimate anyone
The phrase is you never cease to amaze me. It means one person is always doing things that surprise another.
Yes you can fly if you believe in yourself. Never underestimate your skills. -RK
Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson has never stated which cartoon is his favorite.
You never know there might be?
verb phrase = could have moved (never is an adverb and not part of the verb phrase)The verb phrase in 'We could never have moved that tree by ourselves,' is 'have moved.'
no it is not coming to cartoon network. they advertized it but it never came
He only appears in the Sonic games and the comics. He is never shown in a cartoon show.
never underestimate the Norris! Wappaah