Sunday, December 9, 2012

Sunday funnies

Progressive dog.

Winter's coming! Keep those windows rolled up.

Sure, sure. Cats are just victims of prejudice.

Today's Chuck Norris fact: When Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, he had three missed calls from Chuck Norris.

Groucho and Chico have a password problem.

Found at Ace: Nick Searcy's acting school.

Welcome to the world.


Steve Skubinna said...

Chuck Norris has only two facial expressions.

One of which has never been seen.

Spiny Norman said...

If your insurance doesn't cover for Chuck Norris, it probably doesn't cover giant, penis-shaped asteroids, either.


Paco said...

Spiny: I checked my homeowner's policy, and I do, in fact, have a rider that covers asteroids, regardless of shape (but only if they hit my house in months ending in "q").

JorgXMcKie said...

That guy who plotted to make it look like a cat killed the guy he intended to murder is around my old stomping grounds.

I've known more than a few barge workers [grew up next to the Illinois and Mississippi rivers] and lots of them are pretty weird.

He is apparently a bit more weird than usual.

RebeccaH said...

I don't care what anybody says. Cats are murderous.

Steve Skubinna said...

Yeah, I'm betting the cat set this dude up. But if he's stupid enough to trust a cat, then he deserves what he gets.

They find him crushed to death beneath a penis shaped asteroid I'm laughing my ass off.

Paco said...

Steve: I'm laughing mine off already, just thinking about it.

Anonymous said...

Deborah Leigh said...Mel Brooks and Mike Meyer had "eureka"moments after seeing that asteroid.

The Hopi and Mayans said we were screwed.

Nat Geo will show mostly naked people, but can't state the obvious. And who knew they could dance?

Thanks for the Grouching/Chico clip! I had never seen it. Which movie did it come from? Another favorite is the "Tootsie frootsi" routine from "A Day At The Races".

Mikael said...

There's more ways than one for a cat to skin humans.

Paco said...

Mikael: I knew it!

mojo said...

I still like the "contract" bit from "A Night at the Opera", myself.

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