Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Spookman Spiff, Oct 8, 2007.
But how many would it take to fill the Albert Hall?
See above chart. But they were rather small, and all of them had to be counted.
I can't believe how popular this meme is on the net:
Indeed it was.
The others I have picked up on, but this one eludes me for some reason ...
It's an Alanis Morissette song.
Alanis Morissette's Ironic, during which she lists a number of things which range from actually ironic to merely unlucky.
There's a whole book of this type of meme on sale in zavvi at the moment in the UK.
Don't feel bad for not recognizing it, this strip (from 1997!) already thought that particular song was past its time:
Those music gags are great.
Quite a few TrekBBS members should get this one:
Apologies for the crappy visuals.
Sorry, I don't get the reference. And I've been doing so well with my pop-culture references lately...
Well, seeing as most of TrekBBS should get it, and I don't, I guess it must be a Rush reference...
I don't see these, witty as they are, lyrical graphics as being THREAD BOMBS.
How exactly are you going to utilize these in a thread bomb manner?
I was wondering how long it would be until someone said that. (And yes, you are correct).
Re-read Post #1: funny images are alllowed too.
Dare I admit to knowing this one? It's a single called "In the year 2525", released back in the 60s. By the chaps who's name is on the chart, Zager & Evans (I have no idea why I remember that, other than the fact I loved the song as a kid). My Dad still has the single on vinyl. Sadly, he no longer has a record player to play it on...
Edit - the mighty power of Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_the_Year_2525
That one's ... not funny.
^Also not really the proper way to use a pie chart.
Separate names with a comma.