i liked rocky’s comment. and yet, i am reliably informed, via the side bar of this page (and through the vector of a voluptuous woman), that bacon makes everything taste better.
here we encounter a logical impasse: if bacon does indeed make everything taste better, it would therefore, theoretically, make sausage taste better. if sausage were the son of god, then it would be intrinsically perfect in every way, thus making it far more palatable to universal tongues than bacon, or any other comestible for that matter, and thus would brook any kind of improvement. yet, if bacon actually DOES make everything taste better, if it would stand up to stringent empirical test; or if this statement could be verified in some way by inductive reasoning, then we are left, reeling with the realisation that MUST consider bacon as a likely candidate for immanent deity.
The “now we’ll never know what Willis was talking about” is not only already completely overdone and annoying, but it’s also inaccurate. Willis can still tell us what he was talkin’ about, there’s just no one left to ask. You’ll have to volunteer the information yourself, Todd.
@18-22: It was ‘funny’ because of the misplaced punctuation, not because of the preaying. Maybe a little because of the Just for Fun thing. You know “…for our band teacher. Who was hurt in a car accident!” It’s a fragment, which is somehow funny. I don’t see why no-one else got that!