Thursday, September 16, 2010

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Hallo, all! Can you 'ear my Bri'ish accent? ;) Here, have a randomly selected cool picture:



LOL.

Today's WFTH are from the Rather Duh-Inspiring category! Enjoy, and try not to facepalm too much. :) My comments are in italics! :)


"Most people in America are, like, Americans." Weird, ain't it?

Person 1: "It looks like a demented pig!"
Person 2: "Your face is a demented pig!"
Person 1: "You eat demented pigs for breakfast!"
Person 2: "Yeah, I do!...It's called bacon." ...wow.

"It takes two to tango. And waltz." Uh-huh. That's nice.

Person 1: "Is this [(Romeo and Juliet)] going to turn into a zombie plot?
Person 2: "Yeah, Tybalt's gonna come back and stab everyone.
Person 1: "Zombies don't stab people, they eat people!" Welcome to high school English class, ladies and germs.

"So, just to be clear, no sledding on the dead guy." Oh, thanks. I was still kinda wondering...

3 comments:

charli said...

So sad--I can't believe high school English students don't already know zombie protocol...what are they teaching kids today in elementary school?

Blake said...

So long, awkward turtle, awkward hawk is here to stay!
Tybalt coming back as a zombie would make the story so much better (mostly because I'm the only person in the world who likes Tybalt and I was sad when he died)

Tassel said...

Haha, I was the one to overhear the American one. And I was like, "...what?"