August 30, 2011

To his friend...


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  1. What!? She doesn't know what the LotR logo looks like!? KICK HER TO THE CURB!

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  2. He's got a point, bitches need to be trained

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  3. That's just depressing :/

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  4. I like your moustache. But why did you get it on the gay side?

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  5. Look, if you want to be able to hold your head high in society, you've got to be up on your pop culture. And that means a lifetime of study.

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  6. Usually said by guys too terrified to repeat this in the presence of said woman for fear of boot to the head syndrome.

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  7. The Force is strong with this one...
    And when I say "Force," I mean douche-ness.

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  8. I agree - really, if you haven't seen Toy Story 3 you have to get ON that shit.

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  9. Much, much, later - "Dude, we never see you anymore. Why doesn't that bitch you're with ever want to hang out with us? She's RUINING you, man! You gotta break that shit off before you're, like, whipped and shit."

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  10. Maybe I'm just old, but there are a few words people just toss around causally that make me cringe, especially when they are used as descriptives. Bitch is pretty high on the list.

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  11. I'm from Ireland where the swears are a bit different from here - for instance, you hardly ever hear the word "bitch," and it's never "fuck" but the more ubiquitous "fook" and "fookin" - but the most difficult one for me was the "C" word - back home it's what you'd call a particularly cool guy - a jake, or a c*nt - but HERE, if you call someone that, they don't seem to appreciate it. (Also oddly, "c*nts" can never be girls - they always have to be mates - ironically)

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  12. This just gave me the image of someone asking his girlfriend to name geeky logos and either giving her a treat if she's right or smacking her with a rolled up issue of Previews if she's wrong.

    That said, this guy sounds like a real dick.

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  13. http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=56

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  14. Ha ha, YES. I LOVE me some Kate Beaton.

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  15. I've got 99 problems and a bitch ain't one of 'em (that I need to train).

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  16. ZombiWorkshop8/31/2011 4:09 AM

    I'd say he doesn't have a "bitch" and thats why he so freely chooses to express this. :P

    On the other hand, I am constantly surprised by the fact that my lady of 5, near 6, years hasn't seen so many films - No Goonies, Gremlins, Ghostbusters, Aliens, Terminators, Back To The Futures... the list goes on. Luckily I managed to get her to watch Star Wars (her choice). :D

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  17. I married a guy that has NO pop culture "training" at ALL - I mean, has not seen Star Wars, does not know what a warp nacelle is, does not know which X-man is Storm. It's like visiting a foreign country sometimes. I mean, if I wasn't already from one.

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  18. "And then said bitch punched him in his stupid mustachio." That's the only way that story should end.

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  19. Well if she don' like firefly, then she's gone, gone, gone!

    ;)

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  20. "It's too late for me. That bitch is my master now."
    "Then my father is truly dead."

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