In Forrest Gump, it is often shown that small things the character does have outsized effects on the world around him, and many of these are real-world historical events or outcomes.
At one point, after Forrest has achieved financial success with Bubba Gump shrimp, he mentions Lt. Dan has invested him in "Some kind of fruit company", with the related letterhead showing the logo for Apple Computers, implying he was an early investor in the soon to be huge company.
He then remarks that they called him up one day and told him "we don't need to worry about money anymore", to which he replied, "Good, one less thing."
I've always thought the "One less thing" line might be a reference to an early Apple marketing slogan or other historical Apple reference, implying that Forrest's reply had influenced the company, but I've never found any evidence of such.
Was this just Forrest using a common idiom, or was it another example in the film where an off the cuff reaction by Forrest has other "real world" historical implications? Did Apple ever use that phrase in real life?