Wanda FTW! Honestly, I’m sick of that “cut and paste this as your status” crap. I saw this all over my news feed last week. The end reads “Post this on your wall if you’re against Domestic
Went on a date with a girl who claimed to be into boxing. Asked her if Ali would beat Clay in a fight. She told me they were the same person. I facepalmed a little inside and then excused myself to go to the bathroom. I bolted through the restaurant’s front door, hopped in my racecar, and Toronto Indy’d that ish.
I like how Hayden tries calling out Alex on his “moo” line for being stupid, as if her “woof” comment immediately before was raucously funny… Thaaat’s right, the “moo” comment pushed it over the edge and made it stupid, not the “woof”.
Perhaps I’m confused, but I fail to see how barking like a dog at a chick is less offensive than mooing at her… I mean, I haven’t had either happen to me (that I know of), but were it to happen, I don’t think my thought process would be “Ok, I can accept that you think I’m a dog, but seriously, you’re implying that I’m fat?! That’s where I draw the line!”
Nantaise – that’s actually what I was getting at… If you’re taking the friggin’ cow noise as an insult (which, in my opinion, is the only thing that makes the cricket noise even remotely funny), why not the dog noise?
For some reason I saw it as… Hayden’s trying to be cute and Facebook flirt (is there a word for that? i bet there is. god, i hate people) with Sarah or whatever her name is when Alex comes along and join in, and Hayden tries to make his joke look like shit, because Hayden’sa little douchebag and I didn’t even like Sarah anyway.
I thought Sarah’s entry was that Meow Mix commerical where the cats sing the song (which is just meow over and over again) and her friends were just doing variations of it. I have no clue where you guys get the whole flirting/insulting thing, but that’s just me.
Okay, I’m being REALLY slow, so can somebody explain the ‘what’s the other man doing in the kitchen?’ joke to me? The guy is being nice to the woman, flirting with her and thinks she’s attractive rather than yelling at her and smacking her around, therefore he’s a woman and is probably in the kitchen making sandwiches?
I kinda feel sorry for Wanda if that’s how she sees it
@ Hobo: A poor variation of the ‘kitchens are for women’ joke, that the ‘other man’ would never be in a kitchen in the first place. Apparently bachelors only get take out that comes with plates & utensils or starve to death, and women shit in the sink for they are always making sandwiches. I still do not understand how the joke is funny in the first place.
1) Commenting on your own status before anyone else is not cool. Turning TMI into WayTMI in the process is even worse.
2) The ellipsis is a useful form of punctuation, but probably shouldn’t be used far more frequently than the period or the comma…