Ya know, Boots, yer kinda cute...
Ewwwww . . . lagomorph come ons . . . i'm gonna ralph here . . .
American slang term (which dates me, but i won't tell you to what era) for vomit . . . all but the youngest Americans will understand, even though it is specific to a certain decade.
to Ralph is as to Earl...
(avoid the shoes)
I am so gonna chunder on YOU.
Well, that stirred the inner pedant in me, so I did a little "reesearch" and according to dictionary.com "ralph" dates from 1970-75. The online Dictionary of American Sland dates it to the 80s, and "Dark Angel" , produced around 2000 and set, supposedly in 2019, used it several times, so presumbaly it's still widely known and its use doesn't date us as much as some have supposed, fortunately for our image as bon vivants and high-living party animals (though I must say the last time I "ralphed" it was not from too much champagne but from too much pepperoni on the pizza--would a true bon vivant do that?)
uh, "American Slang", not "American Sland", whatever that may be.
Nothing beats a good 'ol down under chunder
I was quite taken with the Sland.
Not faith with thee . . . thou recreant lapine . . .
I am sure Faith is quite capable of keeping her own, as am I, thank you anyway.
Ah, thanks for reviving this topic!
A Darwinian Valentine:
This one will also work for the Funny Signs topic:
Well, he was flying around here, and I hadn't worn my contacts yet - take it as collateral damage....
needs a deep maroon pool of blood that's seeping off to the right bottom corner. That would make a great layout for a "SHUT THE **** UP" post.