In "Rom-Coms can ruin your love life!"

Watching Rom-Sit-Coms make men want to be chunky and have a waif of a wife who's way out of their league.

In "Large Mexican firm Buys Bakery."

Bimbo (beembo) also owns Wonder Bread, Entemanns, Orowheat and Mrs. Baird's. They're massive. They make some snack cakes that make Twinkies look like health food (I'm looking at you Pinguinos, you evil temptress). Here in Denver we have lots of Hispanic groceries (and some mainline stores) that stock Bimbo branded products. I'm a Bimbo every time I put on my Guadalajara Chivas jersey.

In "A suggestion box"

I can totally see the Obama Administration using the internet in ways that previous administrations were afraid to. I know it's a regulatory nightmare but I think they can do it right, and ethically, unlike previous administrations. I just submitted something to the suggesetion box, I asked that the solar panels that Carter installed (and Reagan removed) be re-installed on the White House roof. I know it's symbolic, but still an example of leading by example.

In "CG: Things To Do in Denver When You're Dead Bored"

The Coors tour is kinda fun, just don't drink the beer. real beer nearby however.

In "Flight of the Conchords, "

I'm the mother flippin' Hiphopopotamus

In "Why you can't call your horse Nutzapper."

Hoof Hearted was the best racehorse name I ever read.

In "North Korea Fights Famine With Flopsies"

Kim Jong (and his) Il(k)have never heard of rabbit starvation? It's just a prolonged way of killing his people vs the current rapid way. "Rabbit starvation is the form of acute malnutrition caused by excess consumption of rabbit meat (and possibly other lean meats) coupled with a lack of other sources of nutrients. Symptoms include diarrhea, headache, lassitude, a vague discomfort and hunger that can only be satisfied by consumption of fat or carbohydrate."

In "The House That Must Be Mine"

As the former resident of a thatched 'alms' cottage, roughly here (google maps uk sucks for resolution), I say go for it! Center beam in living room 5'10", self: 5'7", roommate: 6'4", number of pints required before 'ahem' someone drew blood, 4 (he was 6'4" but only weighed about 140).

In "Curious George: Do you p0wn"

I wanna play Team Fortress again...I still wander the halls of Two Forts in my sleep.

In "Curious George: the longest video?"

It should be headline news that MTV is actually showing a music video.

In "Curious George and his Crocs."

I am very near Croc's epicenter (I'm about 20 miles from their hq) and I won't wear them.

In "Gabbly"

nb: doesn't require a valid url to work. Welcome to the Dark(chat)Net. see here Standard javascript 'break out of frames' causes some interesting results but ultimately causes the url you selected with no gabbly see here IIRC this is how ThirdVoice was defeated.

In "Keen of trimly"

webuser: six six six the number of the beast sternest: Exhibit farthest buxom sexiness.

In "Girls like pron too. "

A plot? to pr0n?? Food delivery. Trip to the Doctor's office. Chance encounter in a restaurant. Sitting in a dark movie theater. OMG, Seinfeld is Pr0n!

In "High"

20 friends. 2 bricks apiece. "waiter, there's a wall in my wall locker"

In "Curious George and his Bad Jokes."

Jesus walks into a hotel, hands the innkeeper 3 nails and says "can you put me up for the night?"

In "Bum Wines."

The lyrics to the original Thunderbird radio jingle goes something like: What's the word? Thunderbird! How's it sold? Good and cold. What's the jive? Bird's alive! What's the price? Thirty twice.

In "Bears Eat Monkey in Front of Zoo Visitors"

'Get your paws off me you damned dirty.....bear.'

In "Earthquake!"

I thought Germane was in Europe, that's no where near New Zealand.

In "Jessica Alba says she was coerced into kissing a monkey. She hated it."

Katie Holmes only wishes it was just a monkey.

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