Not unless it's vaguely sexual. And then I'm just mildly confused.
Pat Tillman, rest in peace.
I don't think you understand how hard it is to drive a brand into the ground, and erode the popular support that has flourished for over thirty years. I get up early. And I don't go to bed until I've made some very poor decisions.
Nope. Doesn't make any sense whatsoever. And I don't think I was trying to do the sexual connotation thingy either, although I always got (get) a big kick out of the old game shows and the way they worked in the double entendres... So maybe that was it.
It seemed a lot funnier yesterday too...
It's a dog eat dog world and I'm wearing milkbone undershorts.
Originally posted by The ThrillSo where exactly did those quotes come from...old reruns of The Match Game?
Alright let me fill in the context, and then I'm out of this topic...
I had off from work yesterday. My wife had off from work yesterday. My kids were in school*. We just recently got a Chipotle in town, so we decided to eat lunch there. My wife had trouble keeping the fillings off of the table and in the burrito, leaving a mess worthy of the kids. When I was giving her a hard time about it, her response was that it happened... (well you can probably guess)
So nope... not stolen from the Match Game.
* I will be using this thread to later prove I'm not 13.
Edit: Alright I'm getting way too good at pooching URLs...
(edited by SirBubNorm on 29.5.04 1021) It's a dog eat dog world and I'm wearing milkbone undershorts.
Oh, the pain. The pain. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jonathan Harris, the flamboyantly fussy actor who portrayed the dastardly, cowardly antagonist Dr. Zachary Smith on the 1960's sci-fi show "Lost in Space," has died. He was 87.