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Why does that not work for me? Damnit! You guys know what I was trying to do.
I enjoy Jake Gyllenhaal’s acting. He’s just terrific.
Jugfur sounds like a vd. As in: “My doctor just gave me some jugfur ointment. I really need to stop meeting sexual partners on youtube.”
Were these made in America? I mean, did Robert Pattinson approve their production? “Yes go ahead and put a picture of my mouth and signature in the crotch region. That will look nice.”
Allow me to use a clever concept that I did not appropriate from anyone but definitely without a doubt made up by myself:
As I am a tenured professor of comedy at the University of Hilarious, allow me to explain how this joke works. Topher Grace is sort of famous. Famous to the extent that he was on a relatively successful syndicated tv show with Ashton Kutcher and a girl that does a character voice on some show called “the family guy” and that he has had secondary roles in a few moderately successful movies. He is not, as we here at the U of H say, a “big time actor.” Just a medium time actor. Thus the humor is derived from giving an entire recurring piece to an actor/tertiary celebrity such as our good friend Topher.
why did that happen? is this a misguided piece of viral marketing? or, more likely, does feldman have nothing better to do than fake shoot himself in the head with a pellet gun?
Hey! Hey!! Knock it off already!
Is it going to be live action? Or part live action-part animated Barbie much like G-force. Which somehow ended up making a lot of money. If so, zach galifianakis should have a role. Possibly as a homeless ken.
She’s got that down to earth, girl next door thing going for her. If I were a slightly overweight twelve year old who happened to have a yellow rose and I ran into her on the street, I’d give it to her to show my appreciation. I’m sure she’d graciously accept because she just can’t get used to fame and she’s still so surprised every time someone actually recognizes her.
Middle school children of America play a game that resembles offal jimjam. In my youth it is a game in which I was fortunate enough to take part. We don’t have as slick a name for it (or any name for it) or a celebrity spokesperson but it accomplishes the same general thing. We just replace the question “cock or balls?” with “want a piece of chewed gum?”
I’d say Gervais’ version is more funny and less gross.
I always felt pretty strongly that Mr Brown’s music was a really poor choice for that dancing couple’s wedding. R. Kelly is just as danceable and has no legal history of violence. Only pee.
Ne-Yo is always an option.
Lord knows I love this site and all its monsters/trolls/whatever, but I would like to use a comment to make a comment on the comments sections. While I am in no way trying to belittle anyone, because I’m on this site at 12:30 on a thursday too, but I can’t help but laugh a little when people post things in well established “gabe language.” The use of “the worst” or “ugh” appropriately can be funny, but it may be a little too contrived to post something along the lines of, to use a made-up example, “This is a fact (this is not a fact).” Come on folks. Make up your own hilarious catch phrases/catch ways of saying things.
All that being said: ))<>((