I guess I could use that as a sig line. . . .
How about Edgar's hilarious:
"I cried because I had no shoes. Then I met a man who had no feet. So, I took his shoes" ?
I dunno if we've ever had a multi-parter, but it might fit:
"Never over-cook a Pop-Tart?"
Now why would I want to cook Britney Spears?
To make the world a better place?
Slappy Doo Hoo wrote: nimh wrote:
Reason I started this thread was, just the other day, cyphercat wrote:
Oh, it's just that darn Slappy Doo Hoo again, I can't explain it!
What was that from?
I don't pay enough attention to anyone else to remember.
So I did this search on "slappy" by cyphercat ... and got five matches! You're famous Slappy!
Why is Slappy on my mind so much? Why have I mentioned him five seperate times? While pondering this, I remembered that two nights ago I dreamt that I was eating dinner with a bunch of people, including Slappy. He, of course, looked like Dr. Evil, but was behaving like himself.
Dream analysis, anyone?
I dreamed about Noddy the other day (then again, I recently met her in person, so that probably has something to do with it). As Slappy would probably say, your dream means you want him.
I think mine just means I want to go on vacation (Noddy and I were vacationing).
Jespah, maybe you were reminding yourself to "hold your dominion."
I dreamed about Noddy the other day ... Noddy and I were vacationing.
she is a good vacation pal <nods> fer real
I don't expect Bush to be JUST LIKE Christ. But just because one cannot perform surgery in a PERFECTLY sterile environment that's no excuse to do so in a sewer. - JLNobody 12/31/2005
Now THAT's a good sig line!
I have as much fun pissing as anyone, but that isn't enough to engage. If that's all that is going on, it is a closed loop, like simpleton drunks in a bar who haven't had a fresh thought in a decade.
Blatham- -2006 - The issues and the signs
Thanks, Squinney, but of course the statement makes little sense out of context...maybe even in context.
It's still perfectly understandable, IMO. At any rate it had me laughing out loud.
True, CC. Thanks; happy to give you a LOL.
Thanks, all, for the kind words.
It's art. You're not supposed to enjoy it. - Letty, from Dys' thread, have an opinion?
Here goes, Edgar: genuine art goes beyond entertainment. That's for recreational art, like popular music. Great art, like great music, literature and poetry promotes--if the viewer/reader/listener is prepared and open--a kind of internal expansion, a reflection of what Nietzsche called the Will to Power. This is what I mean by joy, as opposed to mere enjoyment.