How about Double Dragon 3? Instead of Billy and Jimmy, they list them as Bimmy and Jimmy.That's a great one, I have no idea how it escaped me during my research. I don't think I ever played Double Dragon 3. If I had a friend named Billy I would totally call him Bimmy. And I'd drive the nickname into the ground until he, and everyone around us, was sick of me doing it. That's why people like me. Being repetitive is my job. My job. Being repetitive is my job.
ketchup blows im sorry but it is just not good tasting on anything. mustard for life i would DIE for mustards caseI cannot just stand by and have someone say that about ketchup. It's the greatest condiment ever. Better than classics like mustard, antiquateds like relish, upstarts like honey mustard, ethnics like salsa and plumpers like mayo. It's simply the best.
So here's the thing . . . I thought about you while masturbating the other day. You see, it was getting to be bed time and I was doing my thing so I decided to check youporn for some visual stimulation. I clicked on a seemingly appropriate video - "Sabrina squirts while f****d" - and I started to watch. The video would have been all well and good but it was RUINED BY HARRY CHAPIN SINGING CAT'S IN THE CRADLE. You know, the one about a father-son relationship turned cold and heartless. Decidedly NOT a sexy song. Needless to say [this 11 Points] came to mind - and that, dear stranger who writes funny blogs, is why I thought about you while masturbating.I don't even know what to say (although my initial thoughts circulated around how this might be the only female in the world who has her way with herself while watching semi-deviant Internet porn).
Please do not include my name on your website. It is a true story.
--Name withheld by request
Hi Sam (after reading your 11 points blog for a few weeks now, I feel as if I seem to know you sufficiently to be able to be so informal!)Nope, Chris -- apparently this is even more well known than you ever thought.
How about "11 things the world-at-large would be unaware of were it not for the internet" (or possibly something a little snappier!) My suggestion for that list is Squirting. If you don't know what it is, google it, but stand well back!
--Chris in the U.K.
While I agree wholeheartedly with your Simpsons article [11 Best One-Off Simpsons Characters], I am a little surprised that Lovitz's other character, Jay Sherman, didn't receive any attention. Granted, he was not an original Simpsons character, but his episode was always one of my favorites...My friend Steve (who's an insanely huge Simpsons fan) and I debate the "Simpsons/Critic" episode all the time.
*Barney's "Don't cry for me - I'm already dead."
*Mr. Burns portraying himself as Jesus
*Hans Moleman's football to the groin winning an Oscar w/ George C. Scott in the lead role.
Classic! --Nicholas on Facebook
Sam- Just wanted to let you know that we got a kick out of your piece [11 Hottest Chicks On the Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women List] which included our CEO Stacey Snider. "Norbit off more than I could chew" may be my favorite just for shear creativity in making it work in a sentence.I moved to L.A. eight years ago. Every time I go back to visit my family in Cleveland, my grandma asks me if I've met with Steven Spielberg yet.
Can we request one tiny change though? Stacey's 48.
Thanks for the laugh today with the list.
Director of Executive Publicity
So Microsoft put up this great ad showing people of all races getting along in a happy business meeting in the U.S. Then, for their Polish version, they decided to awkwardly replace the black guy with a white guy. People noticed. A lot of people noticed.
--Courtesy of Christina in Seattle, Zohar and Callie
Sam,1.) I could never get into "Futurama" and I'm not sure why. I've given it a lot of chances, both during its initial run and on Adult Swim. Here's my best guess: It looks like "The Simpsons"... it's from a lot of the same team that does "The Simpsons"... but it's just not "The Simpsons".
1.) I love the overall devotion to the Simpsons and especially to the older episodes (before they went 3 seasons with hackneyed storylines while putting together the movie), but with such Simpson envy, why is there such a lack of interest in Futurama?
2.) What's in spam and why is it so popular in Hawaii?
3.) Why are you fanatic about Mario Kart, but can't get into Smash Bros? The game is all crowd screaming carnage and epic losses between friends using most of the best from Nintendo’s beginnings. (With exception to characters like Sonic and Snake, but we let then slide because they, too, are awesome)
4.) I, like everyone else apparently, read all of the Harry Potter books and enjoyed the series. It seems though you may have better luck preparing a Potter list by beginning with the "11 things _______ _________ about twilight" list. (Hint: the blanks should probably resonate towards negativity)
5.) Are "break" and "cracked" related in some way aside from their focus on comical social commentary?
6.) What percentage of your ideas for lists are reached while sober?
7.) Have you ever thought (or possibly done and it's not coming to my mind presently) about doing a list based off what you encounter from participating in one of your list topics? (i.e. join DateCraft and see what happens)
8.) Being a fan, you HAD to have simpsonized yourself when the movie came out, can we see?
9.) Being a blogger, how could you not enlighten your audience on your first blog when you did your recent web post?!
10.) Where on earth IS Carmen San Diego????
11.) Forget all the complaints, what was your FAVORITE part of Transformers 2?
Hey Sam,No way that's a coincidence. Half the country thinks Keith Olbermann is a jackass. That was the TV listings editor making his feelings known in the one tiny bit of the newspaper he controls. He probably got fired for it. Or, at the very least, locked in a room with his eyes held open "Clockwork Orange"-style watching an endless loop of "The Rachel Maddow Show".
The other day I stumbled upon your article about newspaper corrections and it occurred to me that I just seen a particularly hilarious one in the LA Times. The link is included below, and unfortunately I could not find the original article, but apparently someone managed to list one of the shows in their TV grid incorrectly. I, on the other hand, am not so sure that someone "accidentally" replaced Countdown with Keith Olbermann with MTV's Jackass. Mere coincidence? I think not.
This sign appeared about a week ago in the women's restroom where I work. (I work at an airport.)Just promise me you don't work at the Sydney airport and that sign's not in the terminal with planes that fly to Los Angeles.
Actually, you look just like Edward Burns in your Twitter avatar. --Alice in Punderland and Jehad (@heharmjade)So in the first Inbox-O-Rama, someone compared me to Austin Powers...