I do not remember exactly how long ago it was, at least a number of years (perhaps more than a decade,) I began to notice the frequency with which “you know” is uttered in dialogues. “Are you desperately trying to convince me? No, I don’t know. But I do know that you are saying ‘you know’ too often.”
As time passed by, at some point I got infected. Just a small infection, like clearing the throat while thinking of what to say next. But now, if not consciously controlled, it is a full-blown speech disease, like an onslaught of tourette’s-induced inappropriateness. How could I let this happen?
In fact, America has a pandemic of Involuntary You Know Syndrome that threatens the very fabric of human discourse, and it is spreading to other countries. Forget Ebola. The TSA should be chatting people down before they leave the international airport and the FCC should be bleeping that sh*t out!
Continue reading New Year’s Resolution 2015
You know you are cool if you still get a kick out of animated GIFs.
Continue reading Theotokos!
OMG!! R U 4 serius? i saw dis on my iphone and thaught like i was gonna LOLZ but than my head hurt :((( it cant be for reelz :\ wanna watch som Friends reruns wit me tonite. Joey is hawt! :) LOL
Have you herd the word? The word is “moo”. It is not a moot point. The herd likes popular moosic. The herd likes popular moovies. The herd likes moore of the same. If you don’t like like the herd, better moove out of the way because the herd likes to trample bovindividuals.
It is no longer P.C. to refer to gay people as “gay”. Not everyone who is gay is actually gay. Some gay people are unhappy. And, some happy people are ungay. To refer to gay people as “gay” is gaycist, so wipe that smile off your face. Continue reading Politely Correct
I can just watch this over, and over… and over and over again!
I had to call one of my credit card companies this evening to try and figure out why a transaction was being declined. After a brief hold, the phone was connected with a woman at the Seattle, Washington call center. She verified my identity and I proceeded to explain the situation.
At some point in the call, I requested a few details related to the account. She said, “Hold on while I get it up for you.”
I thought to myself, “That is rather provocative.” Continue reading Get it up