Soldier: When I miss your lips, I shall put a fag in my mouth and think of you.
A Thoroughly Polite Dustup is a 1941 British war movie, staring two actors who bear stark resemblance to Buster Bluth and Julia Adelaide. The film includes many British English words such as "Pussy" meaning sweatheart and "Fag" meaning cigarette. ("Notapusy")
Buster and Adelaide unwittingly reenact the farewell scene from Dustup when Buster leaves for Iraq. He tells her he'll put a "fig" in his mouth when he thinks of her. ("Exit Strategy")