glassxblower

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from Manhattan, NY

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    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Yeah, not giving a fuck is how I made it through school, free from the fear of authority. Everyone else was shouting "Oh, you aren't allowed to have your hair that long!" To which the simple reply was: "Why?" And there was never a good reason. So there was never a haircut involved until I actually got accosted by the dickheads who ran the school.

      I'm sorry, that's about as interesting as mortgage rates from 1978.

      Study hall, that's something I have never experienced. One year at American High School and I missed out on the chance. My parents wanted me to achieve, so instead of doing that, I did some special Math course and then did an extra period of science. That was fun. Not. Wayne's World will rise again.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      History exam? School? What the hell...? Are you still in school? You're young for your age (figure that one out).

      I haven't thought about school in over a year and half. How about that?

      Yeah, bad sleeping patterns seem to screw up school schedules. I recommend ritualistic sacrifice...because blood is thicker than ink.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Oh you could have a downright nasty time with The Reflex or Girls on Film blaring. Or the old classic by Phil Collins (I know he is far inferior to Duran Duran, but it's an 80's classic) "Sussudio". At least that what American Psycho has taught me. That...and it's fun to throw chainsaws at hookers when they're running down the stairs. Su-su-sudio!!!

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Well, in return for your lovely thoughts and wishes, then I'm sorry you hurt your toe listening to the kings of New Romanticism. It's like a bullet wound, you can show it off with pride.

      "Oooo, what happened to your toe?"
      "I broke when I was listening to Duran Duran with Stephen Colbert...we were having sex."
      "Ahh...right."

      That's what will really happen. For I have forseen it...

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      In the haze that I am in, as a result of mowing a lawn or two for 3 hours and smashing/possibly breaking my toe, I'm just going to agree with you and say "Yes, I take your word for it." Anything else would result in mass confusion, leading to homicide, regicide, suicide and possibly even genocide. And let's not forget formaldehyde.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Yourself. And myself. It's a confusing situation, like a slightly-altered Dave Matthews Band song.

      Let's just say you feel the need to exercise some dominance over idiots in order to reward yourself with sex. Or something. Does that make sense?

    • PleasureTown

      13 years ago

      I <3 strangers with cannnny.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Just get them to do it to themselves. Invent a new poison-based hairstyling product. They'll drop like flies who have been sprayed with bug spray, AHAHAHA!!!

      Sorry...I slightly lost it...now I need to get my eyes back from evil to normal.

      I guess you can sleep with Colbert if you really want to...I mean everyone has their secret "That person is middle-aged but I'd still do the laundry with them" person. I won't reveal mine...but I won't chastise you for having one either.

      Oh, and don't call yourself an asshole, call yourself elitist. That's how you get away with it.

    • xNichoLette

      13 years ago

      I'm totally going to Borders...

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Well, my cousin just got busted for selling heroin and my other cousin will probably be busted soon for selling speed and MDMA, so yes, I can relate to having cousins who seem to cause trouble.

      The problem with "pulling a Hitler", as you put it, with the stupid people is that a big massive chunk of the population are idiots, so you'd be left with maybe a million people on Earth. Still...it'd be fun to harpoon four idiots in a row, skewer them like a kibab, and then cook them and feed them to the dogs. Hmm...perhaps an elaborate throne would add to the excellence of the situation.

    • sphinxter

      13 years ago

      I hit someone in the nuts today because he didn't cover too well. That was awesome.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Yes, and it's a real term, too.

      I get the feeling your dictatorishness will one day consume you, causing you to surmise that the only way to save humanity is to enslave them. Then Will Smith will attack you with his robotic arm and things will get a little bit weird and computer generated. If only life were a movie.

      I'm glad someone feels the pain. It's not fun pain like, say, being bitten on the thigh by Angelina Jolie.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Wow...just...wow. I'm sure Stephen Colbert would love it.

      I've never seen the OK Go videos because...well...I never watch music videos. I just can't bring myself to enjoy any of them, I'd rather just listen to the song. How pretentious of me.

      Sorry...this comment is way below the standard we have set. Basically it's because I just got up at 11:00AM having been up til 5:00AM reading Kingdom of Fear. Woopsie.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      I remember OK Go, and that single they had out about 2 years ago. Since then, they've disappeared into obscurity here. Obviously not the case in NY-izzle.

      So if I ask Colbert, because he's having tea here right now (maybe...you'll never know), he'll say, "Yeah, dawg, foshizzle that bizzle up in the hizzle-tizzle. Shit."

      Because if he says that...I'm going to exorcise him...again.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      That sounds pretty lazy to me. You ought to build yourself a door, out of a lightning-struck tree, and call it "Wonderdoor", with a lightning insignia on the wood. That would be amazing. I'm pretty sure you'd enter the realms of deity if you did that.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      No door...explain more...

    • wudwud

      13 years ago

      ok, i'll give it a shot!

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      I've read more disturbing comments, don't you worry about that. In fact, this one...no, I won't go into it. But racoons' testicles were involved.

      I don't remember the original point...something about room cleaning and Strangers With Candy...or maybe it was just a front. A cover for you real operation: smuggling jade buddhas stuffed with Chinese workers.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      I got served, did I? Well I just have one simple phrase: It's on.

      One day, when you turn your back, the severest of all servings will be dished on yo behind. You'll try and run, but no, the servage will catch up with you and, once it slaps you to life and sits ya down, ya feel me, you'll be subject to the most outrageous moves busted to the most legit muzak this side of straight-outta-Compton. F'real.

      But enoug mack daddying, in reality your world and my world are connected at the hipbone. This is not the conventional ball-and-point joint hipbone, more of the "room is getting tidied" hipbone. It's gonna be hard to think of a way of replacing that hipbone. But it's rugged enough to survive the coming seasons and enough milk has been drank to ensure its wear-and-tear will be minimal at best. And the milk in question wasn't just run-of-the-mill cow's milk, oh no. It was unicorn milk, milked from a horse with a crowbar in its forehead. Don't ask how it got there, but somehow Sam DeMartine (that's the horse's name, by the way, not the name of some Las Vegatian lounge singer with swelty velvet suits and crushed cotton shirts and a swarthy moustache, although it could be...) hasn't noticed this protruding piece of metal that's causing him to believe he can smell burning eucalyptus leaves and koala bears.

      So yes...tidying...your closet is being rediscovered, and mine has disappeared. And by disappeared, I mean it has been dismantled. It wasn't as much a closet as it was a crappy set of cupboards that denied me sleeping in a real bed (aka, double bed). Now they're all over the floor, all over the black bags in the closet, and all over me. And I am so over them. And you. You just got served. Check me!

      Post edited 8/20/06 2:34PM

    • TheMatt

      13 years ago

      That is cool, I understand.

    • xNichoLette

      13 years ago

      lol fuck. that sucks. i totally don't have that program. i shall think of something.

    • TheMatt

      13 years ago

      You know I really like you. Your like me only better looking.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      You need to tidy your room, huh? Well I need to gut the pointless cupboards in mine so that I can (finally) sleep in a double bed. 6'1" and I'm tossing and turning on something built for a 12 year old. It sucks. And I need to reapply for my student loan, a paltry £545! The inhumanity of it all!!! And the office is closed, too. I just spent 2 minutes on the phone with a robot.

      Maybe you have mass compensation deficiency, in which the skull is literally trying to eat the arm. When this happens, the brain reacts by causing injuries to your body, distracting the skull. It's rare, but too common.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Ah yes, your finger. How is the old digit doing?

      Futurama is coming back, or so it has been said. Based on DVD sales. Which is good, because we have all 4 volumes on DVD (Oh snap!). I'm pretty damn excited about that. That, and Snakes on a Plane. Which is out today. Dip.

      This is the shortest comment ever. Your long-comment brain is wired so that it'll blow up at the end of this sentence. Period.

    • TheMatt

      13 years ago

      Your not an asshole. I am not bothered that you didn't comment me before.
      Besides, how can I be mad at such a beautiful woman?!

      Thanks for the comment.
      P.S.~Lil John scares me too.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      If I'm not mistaken, one of the grandfathers in the Rugrats sang about the Erie Canal when they were going on vacation. I used to watch that show religiously, and not because I enjoyed it, but because it was how I learned to gauge half an hour.

      6th Grade was Ancient History for us. Rome and Egypt etc. I don't remember much about it. I do remember 7th Grade, when we did vast amount of Japanese and Chinese history, but I never studied for it because I hated it and scraped by with Ds. And 8th Grade was U.S. History. Funnily enough, U.S. History is actually far more interesting than British history. British is long, boring and just never seems to have anything worthwhile happening, whereas U.S. is a lot of stuff in a little speck of time. It's awesome. Ok...not awesome...but better than Britain.

      Maybe your finger hurts because, somewhere, someone's poking a voodoo doll of you with a needle in the finger. Just wait til you can smell the burning flesh and after they extinguish a cigar on your back. WAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

      Yeah, Fox sucks balls these days. The only show they have kept on that hasn't deteriorated with time is King of the Hill, whereas The Simpsons hasn't been good since Season 10, Family Guy's latest season was just not very good at all and they cancelled Futurama. Bastards. I wonder if they'll burn with cigar voodoo.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Birthday presents confuse me. I mean, I just don't understand why people should receive gifts for going a full 365 fays without dying. Surely in this modern world of wonders, it's a lot easier to survive from year-to-year than, say, 1265. At least, I imagine it would be. Perhaps 1265 is the year with the fewest deaths and the smallest percentage of the world's population dying in history. Although I doubt it, because stuff like typhoid, the plague and cholera were rampant until the last 19th century. Wow, taking British Tenement Housing in History at High School has actually paid off. Plus I can capitalise like a pimp.

      Did you ever watch Andy Richter Controls the Universe? I'm not sure if I'm alone in this statement, but I think it's one of the funniest TV shows I've ever seen. Plus Conan guest-starred in an episode. And he was brilliant (duh). He played an eccentric billionaire. I assume you've seen it. It's a big assumption, but you have a scary crush on Conan so I think it's a safe assumption.

      Wait until winter time, when you can still go through with your TV schedule and get to sleep while it's dark.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      That wasn't really a "long" comment, compared to your past track record, but it certainly was condensed. Like that extra bottle of Orange Clean that Billy Mays will send you if you order now.

      Horses are cool, but hardly worth all the pizazz. I mean, they are more-or-less just massive dogs, and in that sense they're excellent. Dogs are far far far better than cats. But dogs are also better than horses. Sure, it would be fun to be able to use your animal for transport, but now that hitching posts are a thing of the past, nobody really can. I wonder what would happen if you hitched a horse to a pillar at the bank or something and went in to make a deposit...

      A disrupted routine can mean only one thing: you're pregnant. I'm sorry, but that's just the way it is.

      Falling asleep late and getting up early was one of the banes of my existence about a year ago (when I was the same age as you...wooooOOOOooooOOoooo) when I'd be up til 5 or 6 and getting up at 11 or 12. It was unhealthy. Now I stay up til 2 or 3 watching Adult Swim and get up at 11 or 12. It's slightly more healthy. That, and I don't eat that much anymore, so I'm tired...er.

      That's it. That's all I have to say.

    • CanadaRocks8

      13 years ago

      You never make sence??! THATS AWESOME EITHER DO I! And I love to ramble on and on about shite no one seems to care about but me and a few other people....well ma'am these simularities are shocking! And you are not an asshole, at least you responded. Now for good movies I assume you mean in the theatre and last one I saw that was amazing was Clerks 2. Loved that flick. What movies did you see?

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Congratulations, salutations and other random messages of good will that they used in Charlotte's Web, you beat your own record. Nothing more satisfying than knowing the only person that can beat you is you. Oooo. Profound. Perhaps too profound.

      I was going to answer your comment paragraph-by-paragraph. But then I realised just how long your paragraphs are. And how much you explain to the point where my question would something silly. Like..."so how many times a day do you end up going to the bathroom in an attempt to avoid talking to someone you don't like in school?" See? That isn't lame-cool or cool-lame, that's just inane. That's right, not insane but inane. Not a typo. I'm not sure if you're the kind of person who corrects typos...because, well, I am, and it annoys people. But that just spurs me on to do it more. It's like a horse. I'll let you figure that one out.

      I don't understand why children aspire to be cowboys, y'know? I mean, walking about in your own filth, wearing a bunch of leather, barely cutting your hair, sleeping with a different whore every night, drinkin' XXX, riding horses, shootin' rifles...it's all pretty unproductive and, well, glorified hedonism.

      That wasn't really a paragraph...but it's slightly more random than anything I've ever written before on your page that you know about. Now the paranoia hits you.

      I was thinking I might just keep writing, but I have to hoover the hoose and walk the mutt and tidy shit and pick up my brother because he's too lazy to learn how to drive a stick and get his license. I look forward to your next comment.

      Oh yeah, and The Crucible is excellent to simply read. I preferred it to Miller's other stuff, like All My Sons (certainly does hammer home the message right into the deep recesses of your skull) or Death of a Salesman (because I just found it boring). But still. Yes.

    • sphinxter

      13 years ago

      I feel the same way when I miss my Sportscenter.

    • sphinxter

      13 years ago

      Hahaha, and your story was quite entertaining.

    • sphinxter

      13 years ago

      You obviously haven't read half of comments if you think your comments are stupid.

    • CanadaRocks8

      13 years ago

      Well you getting shot in the face doesnt seem all that great of an idea, instead how about we just have a lovely conversation about something eles, you can decide what about smiley0.gif , and sorry it took 2 weeks to respond I was up north a bit at my cottage the past two weeks and it has no internet connection.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Yeah...that's the longest comment anyone's ever made. Have a digi-cookie (um...basically...you just find a picture of a cookie and print it out...it's just eating paper with ink, which is pretty harmful, I'm sure. Maybe some people get a fetishist kick out of it, I don't know, but it isn't something I condone...wait...I just...on second independent thoughts, maybe I'll just give you a digi-coke).

      The profanity thing pretty much speaks for itself. There is originality in there, but I think you can dig a lot deeper into the crevices of gross insults. Throw in some cheap shots and the like. Something like "hippo-shagging-monstro-ass-stain". No...no yours are a lot better. If I used that on someone, I'd probably just successfully confuse them and do little else. Unless I threw in a "yo mamma" joke. Yo mamma smokes so much pole, she could suck the quarters outta my pockets from there. No...that sucks to. I'll leave the insulting to you, and you leave the rest to me.

      Speaking of your Matthew Broderick crush/obsession/restraining order, my good friend Matthew once had a sick desire to watch Project X ALL THE TIME when he was younger. The one where M.B. acts like a chimp. That's right. Just thought you'd like to know.

      Tyra Banks has a talk show? You know it really shows that I haven't been back home in so long. Normally I'd know this stuff, but not now. Dammit. God dammit.

      The Crucible, ay? I was in a rendition of The Crucible about...lemme think...6 years ago now. I was the ever-loving Reverend Hale, which was cool, because it was the first play I was ever in where I managed to use an English accent, even though the part wasn't actually english. But there you go. A little piece of trivia for you. My dog just shot me a look of "You're an asshole and you don't know why, do you?" (He has a lot of looks like that). I can't, for the life of me, figure out what he's pissed at.

      Here is the sum of his labour in the 8 and a half years he has been our dog:

      He sleeps all day. He occasionally gets to sleep on the couch. He has the back garden to himself. That's it.

      That was in no way relevant. So I'm going to stop talking about it.

      I knew you'd find a reason to watch Craig Ferguson at some point in your life. Now's the moment where I explain to you that I've never watched it. But I used to watch The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn all the time, so it cannot be that bad. Now, I know what you're saying "I'm going to burn you alive and pick off your toes one-by-one when you're on fire for watching Kilborn over Conan". And you're right. But it wasn't my choice. When you have an older brother who is substantially larger than you and has control of the remote, you pretty much let him control everything. It's easier than getting into a Spock-vs.-Kirk battle, with the music that just keeps getting more out-of-control. Duh duh DUH DUH DUH duh duhduhduuuuuuuuh!

      Stunning.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Matthew Broderick? That explains why you love the Lion King game. And Godzilla (probably).

      Yeah, school...that was a while ago now. I remember petty, insulent people trying to get "one up" on me. But it simply made me laugh. There is nothing finer than serving an idiot in an argument in front of your friends, who also don't like him. However, when idiots are surrounded by other idiots, they can somehow create this mass laughter at simply repeating everything you say in an English accent (which is meant to make them sound American, of course. I didn't realise this, as I always thought American accents were American, but nay, English are) and have all their friends in hysterics. And when you ask them what's funny about that, they do it again. That was irritating. But I just sat and let them have their fun. I would like to say "because one day they'll be serving my kids McDonalds" but that isn't true, because their families were all super-duper-rich. Assholes. I'll burn them with a blowtorch while strapping them to a steel chair. Every time I hold the torch to the chair, it warms up. The steam and smoke rise up when their soft, pudgy flesh melts into the solid, shining steel. Something about that moments makes me pitch a tent as we speak.

      No...um...don't read that. That was gross. I kind of...let it all get away from me there. Sorry.

      I have a task for you:

      The next comment you leave, start by answering the question that follows and finish when the thingy won't let you type anymore. Something about your writing makes me laugh and now I'm using you to get a kick. Here's the question:

      What is your favourite phrase of profanity, and how many times do you use it (including funny times, sad times, favourite times, electric times, etc. etc.etc.)?

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Letterman can be good. He loves Conan, big time. But, then again...it all depends on the guest. Craig Ferguson is excellent (and not just because he's a fellow Scot) but unfortunately for him, his show falls at the same time as Conan. So there you go. You're lucky, here we only get week-old Letterman.

      Inter-stalking. There's a word that would never exist 100 years ago. Back in the days of yor. With pillaries and stocks. Hammers and sickles. Typhoid and cholera. What an age.

      I find that insulting someone on the internet really doesn't matter. There is no ettiquette, despite what nerds might try to do with regards to unofficial rules. Where is it written that you have to be nice to people you don't like? I think it's bullshit. Why do people who don't like each other sit there and bare each others' company for so long? Everyone would enjoy it more if they just addressed the situation and moved on.

      I have written far too much for my sleep-deprived brain to guide banana tarpolen.....zzzzzz......

    • fakingfun

      13 years ago

      hello! it's nice to meet you! i'm glad i'm not a horny twelve year old boy aswell :D
      how are you?

    • Chickenhwk

      13 years ago

      please tell yme you really blow glass? thats fucking awesome lol... and yeah anyway whats the cooles thing you ahve ever made?

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      "It's really freakin' long"

      That's something I wish more women would say to me. That's right, I turned a quote of your into an innuendo. And there's nowt you can do about it. Yeah.

      Songs with drug references...hell...there are plenty. Just pick a few Beatles albums and they're chock full of 'em. Or just take some drugs and listen to songs by The Beatles, I seem to remember that being a fairly good time. But enough about that.

      You know, your stance on swearing is basically exactly what I say to my sister when she complains that I swear too much. Either you have a wire tap on my house and everyone is against me (which is most likely), or (less likely) it's a big coincidence and we just happen to have similarly wired minds when it comes to that sort of thing...even though there are no wires in your brain...well there might be, I've never actually seen one with my own eyes. Perhaps the "brain" everyone shows and talks about is just a lie, maybe the real human brain is like something out of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein/Robot Chicken. With wires, and crocodile clips, and electric currents. You know, with the electricity travelling up the thingies and the sound going BEEEERRRUUZZZZZZT! Oh man, now I feel like opening up someone's melon to get a swatch* of their brain. Don't take it as a threat...you're too far away.

      As for Conan...well...I do believe the man is a lunatic. But an intelligent lunatic. Not like one of those 19th Century buggers who couldn't vote, who seemed to do nothing but prance around and eat dandelions. What poor lunatics. They didn't even wear suits!

      I seem to have rambled a little. I'd apologise, but truth be told, it passed a lot of time in my not-so-busy schedule. So there you have it.

      *Swatch is Glaswegian slang for "have a quick look". Use it today and you might get a pleasant surprise.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Oh yeah, you gotta love Conan. He made The Simpsons even better than it could ever be. Wrote the episodes where Homer goes back to college and where the monorail comes to Springfield. And he came up with the character Captain Horatio McCallister. As you can tell, where you are addiced to over-the-counter painkillers like tylenol, I am addicted to over-the-counter time-wasting like WIkipedia.

      Confirmation is accepted. Yes, I did realised that I IMed you, that much is true. But right now my arms are shaking and the house is cold so my memory is shot. I can't remember what else you said. So I'm going to make up what you said.

      As for your questions about production costs of a TV series of that magnitude, I doubt the producers were all for the idea of building each individual set, but when they saw the potential CGI bill, well, they reluctantly accepted. But every day, the fear hits, and one cannot help but think that the P45 is in the mail, know what I'm saying?

      Just a little mind-fuck, nothing to worry about. Oh, and if you don't like swearing, sorry I said fuck.

    • xKristinx

      13 years ago

      Why thank you! I try, ya know? And yeah, that color combination? Priceless.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Avoidance of the boring is always good, yes, I can understand that. I'm kind of one of those aol assholes who just won't answer the IM if someone sends it. Or I'll just take ages and then simply get rid of it. What's the point in forcing uncomfortable conversation when all you really want to do is talk to one person, or two people? Exactly, there is no point. Yes, I'm assuming that would be your answer. Unless you have some Douglas Adams-inspired answer, like the point is electric eel.

      And yes, NewsRadio should have finished after Phil Hartman died. You're absolutely right there. Not much else to say about that really.

      The reason this mesage lacks depth and interesting points is because I woke up 13 minutes ago and can't really comprehend the whole concept of life and the internet right now. But before you go on a tangent about how they are two separate things...well...I'm going to make some toast. There you have it. The most unexpected ending other than me being eaten by a shark, Samuel L.-style.

    • xKristinx

      13 years ago

      Yessssssssss. Me = God. That rAwKs My SoCkS.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      Somwhere, in the middle of your rambling, slightly-more-coherent-than-not speech of Strangers With Candy, Mellowdrone and NewsRadio (which was amazing, absolutely amazing, until Phil Hartman died, then it just lost its pizazz...but in saying that, you've got Stephen Root, Dave Foley, Joe Rogan, Phil Hartman, and Andy Dick [yeah...he's annoying and neurotic...but he's damn funny as Matthew]) there was a point that I understood.

      On that note, I had a point to make by leaving this comment, which has apparently been pushed into silver medal contention behind the obvious point of reminiscing about NewsRadio. Like when Matthew became the fire inspector of the floor. Or when had the arcade game installed in the elevator lobby. Or when Bill impersonated Bill Clinton on air. Or when he was flung out a window with Jon Lovitz on his back..........GIVE ME THE DVDS!!!!!!!!!!! *random sounds of snapping, cracking and, potetially, popping*

      Sorry...I kind of lost it there. There was a point to be had, but if you manage to salvage it, it'll require a Raiders of the Lost Ark-esque dig, with many Egyptians digging for many hours in the hot, hot sun. Sweating profusely, glowing in the midday sun, their hair flowing...woah. Something's wrong today as I can't seem to stop the whole writing thing...yes...well...right...is that enough elipses for you?

      That's my point. I'm not changing it. nooncanstopmre@hotmail.com or imacelticman@aol.com. Add me. We'll chat about nothingness. Oh wait...if it's aol then I'll have to add you (in my anti-social state I block everyone that isn't on my buddy list). I could just as easily check your screen name doo-dah on this page, but that's too much work when I could just force the answer out of you with a pair of pliers and a 2x4.

      Post edited 8/06/06 5:32AM

    • xKristinx

      13 years ago

      lmao. I'm sure I am kind of like God in some ways?

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      ...Mellowdrone certainly seem to enjoy Beck. Of course, this is all prematurely based entirely on 2 and a half minutes of one song, "Oh My". Electro-pop-rock is always enjoyable. Female bassists scare me...kind of make me feel inferior. I can see dance floors spilling to the brim to this stuff, which is always good. Certainly more enjoyable than a lot of the crap that comes out here...like Franz Ferdinand...and Belle and Sebastien *shudder*. But yes...enjoyable...don't quite know why I left this comment...when I could've easily just left the thoughts unspoken...d'um....typed, yeah. Well. Right. How. Long. Can. I. Shatner. It? Not. Very. Sorry...I'm fairly bored. Right, I'll stop polluting your page with needless comments.

    • SPLChamps

      13 years ago

      You've forced my hand. I'm going to come right out and say it. That's the best mother f**king comment anyone has ever left on my profile. Even better than that time the religious freak called me Jesus incarnate and I was paraded around Nazareth for a while...or it might've been the back of a Costco...I'm not sure...I'd taken some wild mushroom tea that day and, well, time makes fools of us all in some respect or another.

      I am now supremely intrigued as to what Strangers With Candy is all about. And, with my inability to actually watch it, I may be forced to, as they say in the Duffin household, "Arrested Development" this one...that is...get my brother to order the DVDs and watch it non-stop for an entire weekend. We both benefitted from it before, what's to stop it this time? A bank? The Order of Ju'hliwa, sworn to protect the lands of Tell'dor and Srumstach? Telly Sevelas? I don't think so, BABY! Well...maybe his insistence that he just bought 7 new DVDs and is more-or-less skint...um...broke. Here's hoping, though.

      By the way, I need to send you a cash reward for that comment. Please leave your credit card details, along with passwords and any other incriminating evidence I can possibly amass in an attempt to crush you. Ta much.

    • marcbar

      13 years ago

      if you got comedy central......you got strangers with candy....

      pretty funny, jeri hall, haha........

      whats better is 'kids in the hall'

      no body likes me everybody hates me i'm gonna eat some worms.........hahahaha

    • xKristinx

      13 years ago

      Fuck yessssss. I'm good.

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