Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Spot's Ghost, Jan 5, 2009.
They do know a way to make you disappear without a trace.
Technically, though, wouldn't you have to call that Stargategate?
Kid's show, you've likely seen it around....
We all made jokes that Obama's campaign manager was Bob the Builder, since his theme song goes 'Yes We Can!'
I got the Bob the Builder theme song stuck in my head many times throughout the campaign.
Bob the Builder! YES WE CAN!
Yes, it was an annoying election season/decade. I had a nightmare where Joe the Plumber had Bob's theme song.
Indeed, but why, oh why, doesn't a beam-out ever happen to me? -Am I not spilling enough 'secrets' on the net?
(I know you're reading this! -and I'll keep on spilling the beans on the interwebs until you beam me off this planet!)
First time I ever heard of that joke.
And I've seen this on greeting cards and children's book covers but I never saw the actual show. Looks like a live action Lego.
Actually it's just "Postman Pat" mark two.
Rod Blagojevich --- like anyone was going to be paying ANY attention to Obama's old position & who'd be the most likely protege to fill the vacated position, after the United States' most historic changing-of-the-guard? (In condescending "Mr Roger's Neighborhood" style voice) "Can you say, 'MORON?' Goooooooood! I knew you could!"
Surge. REAL tired of that!
My teen's picked up 'awesome' including really annoying accent. I find you can correct this irritation by repeatedly imitating them saying it
Dare I ask...?
You don't have Google on that machine?
Indeed (thanx Muddy) Xcept, in Danish, Just to put a bit of 'fun' into this thread, "Pat" actually means "Tit"
Blogosphere, Vista & Economy are the words I'm tired of hearing...
I heard one on the radio this morning and thought, "Oh yeah, that's a good one I'm sick of hearing." But now I can't remember what it was.
Meanwhile, I've been hearing "on point" and "going forward" far too much lately.
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