March 1, 2013

While discussing TV shows and making terrible analogies...


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  1. yeah, sure. as if nothing else happened :D

    does he breed?

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    1. Unfortunately, these types breed way frequently and often,

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    2. It gets worse: they also vote.

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  3. I'm going with the "or somethin'" on this one.

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  4. Ahhh, kids...gotta love 'em.

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    1. or somethin

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    2. One of them are gonna be Ure President one day.... <3<3<3 From Sweden

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  5. The Walking Dead IS pretty huge...

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  6. yeah, sure. as if nothing else happened :D

    does he breed? (+1)

    Ahhh, kids...gotta love 'em. (+1)

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  7. Gotta admire historical perspective of that quality.

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  8. It's a pretty apt analogy, actually — Once we got into the Vietnam conflict (or the Walking Dead), it became apparent that there was no point to it.

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    1. And it just drags on and on with no reward in sight.

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    2. And lots of guns, death, and moral ambiguity.

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  9. I am inclined to ask for a "Shut up, you idiot" tag on this one. If any OVC panel deserves it, it's this one. Thank you.

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  10. History according to my 12-year-old daughter goes something like this: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Then a bunch of other stuff happened. Then The Walking Dead came to TV...".

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  11. Time for Tom Brockaw to write a new book: "The Worst Generation"

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  12. Oh god, was he really wearing a skrillex shirt?

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    1. Oh god, he has different taste in music than me oh god, oh god, he must be such a moron because likes something I don't, oh god, why can't the whole world share the same opinions as me, oh god, I'm the best at being pretentious because my opinion is the only right one, oh god, oh god!

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    2. Oh god I'm being a presumptuous fuckwit by reading way, way too much into one glib comment, but that doesn't make me an asshole because I'm always right about the sweeping generalisations I make about people based on next to no information.

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    3. Oh lordy! I'm a massive hypocrite but I don't see it because I'm just as a of a fuckwit as the second guy.

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    4. Oh no! I'm a robot who has no fucking clue about the concepts of sarcasm and hyperbole!

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    5. Oh no! The robot apocalypse has come! Throw out your cell phones and break your computers, that's how they track you!

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    6. I'm Spartacus!

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  13. It looks like something went wrong with the tags, unless the customer's statement was so mind-boggling that Mr. Tim's only response was "wa?"

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  14. I guess if you love the characters, reading The Walking Dead is like Vietnam.

    Look, I'm just trying to see if it can makes sense.

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    1. The only way it could make sense is if he thinks that The Walking Dead is a documentary.

      I don't which would be scarier: whether he doesn't understand what a stupid analogy he made, or if he doesn't understand that The Walking Dead isn't real.

      Or even scarier: Maybe he thinks that the Vietnam War wasn't real.

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    2. "Vietnam War? Wasn't that the Punisher's origin story?"

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  15. I just... I can't... I... I need to go drink until I can't feel feelings...

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  16. I wish I could go outside right now, pick up a mountain, and drop it on this guy.

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  17. It's a good thing that there haven't been anything worse going on, like USA being in two wars...

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  18. The tags on this one feel like a response to people requesting tags in comments.

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  19. To quote Bart Simpson (of all things) "We need another Vietnam to thin out their ranks a little. "

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