Wednesday, May 26, 2010


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  1. Spicy Boughner


  2. That’s what he said
    Just one blow after another

  3. I agree with both Victor and Jason.

  4. I’m just interested to know what events took place to have Anne Hathaway piss Kamil off so much.

  5. Lamebook is back to letting me down

  6. Chinchillazilla

    “Elishea”? Really?

  7. Legend, Claire. I laughed way too hard.

  8. What’s up with all these weird advertisements on the side??

    And these are ehhh.

  9. Anne Hathaway? Shakespeare? What am I not getting?

  10. Toadette is the winner

    I’m with ya eenerbl, I don’t get the connection either.

  11. ^^ I second that.

  12. Well, ee, I have no idea which Anne Hathaway this Kamil dude is pissed off at. But, Anne Hathaway was the name of Shakespeare’s wife.

  13. Yeah, I had to google it.

  14. anne hathaway is shakespeare’s wife.

  15. OK, good to know.

  16. You and me both Hobo.

  17. i always wondered if anne hathaway (actress) changed her name to that to pay homage to her or something.

  18. Anne Hathaway, the actress, was born with that name, her full name being Anne Jacqueline Hathaway. So if anyone meant for her name to be an homage to Shakespeare’s wife, it would have been her parents…

    It’s probably just a coincidence, though.

  19. Jane Seymour, on the other hand…

  20. “Elishea”???!?! Is that supposed to be Alicia?

  21. Elisha or Elishea have both been around for a long time as a name spelling.

  22. I hate Caroline. Normally the little things don’t bother me, but she has such a collection of irritants, I can’t help it:

    1. She makes a leading statement that requires a follow-up to find out what made her day so fabulous.
    2. Does that statement really need an exclamation point? Her emphasis negates what could be a quietly beautiful realization.
    3. “Ur”? Teachers are like cops. They need to be held to a higher standard. Just as cops should never take liberties with the law, teachers should have to respect the language in a public forum.
    4. Related to #3, the ellipsis is wholly out of place. I can only infer it’s meant to be followed by “but I am intrigued”.

    Am I being petty? Nitpicking? Absolutely. I just want the teachers who molest my children to provide a proper education.

  23. Soup honey, I have to admire you, you’re working with so little here, and you still manage to come up with something. I mulled over the post for a minute or two, and even started to compose something, but gave up, and wrote my grocery list instead.

  24. Word, they can’t all be gold, but I felt compelled to at least make an effort. I’m going to be gone for the next bunch of days, so maybe I just needed to try to leave a mark that would reverberate through the time I’m gone.

  25. They’re not even in the lead league at the moment, Soup, save for a few. I’ve been uninspired of late. With you out of the mix it will only mean a further downward spiral, for me, at least.

    I’ll miss you.

  26. Paranoid Android

    Nothing to see here, move along.

  27. Word, there’s been some good one’s lately, but you’ll just have to step up your game to ensure the quality stays high. I’m fairly certain I entertain myself more than anyone else, but I’ll try to work on some new material while I’m in the wilds of Wisconsin.

  28. So you’re going all “into the wild”. I like the sound of that. My internet love interest with a 3 day growth among other things. Just remember to eat, I don’t want you ending like the dude that inspired the film of the same name. Enjoy.

  29. I meant to say “ending up like the dude”, but I think ending works in this case, too.

    I do have to sharpen up, I’m blowing at the moment.

  30. I’ll be like one of those monks that are required to fast. I’ll get all my nutrients from beer. And maybe fish, depending on how well my cock works as bait. The hook kind of hurts, but yet again, beer will facilitate my endeavors.

    I never saw the movie, but I read the book years ago. I hated that guy. If he was around today, he’d be a wannabe werewolf and get eaten by a bear in some nature preserve.

  31. It should be “few or no clothes on”, not “little” (second picture).

  32. He made mistakes, and paid the price. Sean Penn rocks, that was the main reason I watched the movie.

    Whatever, you sound like you have your trip planned out nicely. Have fun, but use clean hooks, or I’ll have to come and give you a tetanus shot.

  33. You would have to visit, huh? A compelling argument for shoving dirty hooks into my penis.

  34. Kamil is possibly referring to the Anne Hathaway who works in the local Waitrose supermarket in Cleckheaton.

    She’s a self-righteous, pompous, cock gobbling, shelf stacking bitch and no mistake, no wonder Kamil is feeling so fucked off with her.

    Kamil, you are not alone!

  35. Do it then.

  36. I will ponder it while I commune with nature. Mother Earth will provide the answer. Have a good weekend.

  37. hitmewithyourrhythmvic

    Somehow, somewhere on this forum, there is a child called ‘Lexis’ (not even Lexus, Lexis, deary-me) who has self-submitted the first one. And that, dear friends, is the lamest thing of all.

    Lexis. *shakes head*

  38. @hitmewithyourrhythmvic

    Lexis did not submit the first one. There would be an option to delete her comment if she did. I agree that Lexis is a very lame name though.

  39. @hitmewithyourrhythmvic

    Could be short for Alexis. A lot of people use their nicknames as their “real” name.

  40. I used to know a girl named Lakea that went by “Kea” which sounds like a car, but I have also come across many people actually named after cars. I also knew a girl named Precious.

  41. great story

  42. hitmewithyourrhythmvic

    @EmKitteh – Not strictly. There have been plenty of self-submissions on this site and the delete button doesn’t always show. Strange but true.

    @tidbit – Thank you for pointing that out. I had already grasped that concept though, or my username would be hitmewithyourrhythmvictoria. It’s just that, in my bitter old heart, I am desperate for someone to be called Lexis, as a budget version of a high-end sports car. In the same way you see Calvin Klien or Nyke in markets.

    @shipoopi – Wowza. Save that one for dinner parties.

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