Monday, July 29, 2013

Doing the right thing



Frogger, deconstruct D)all of the above*

*did jam ninja-ly** to a stack of Darkthrone discs this weekend so hail hail rock and/or roll for truth in advertising for once

**sans air guitaring and/or neck wrecking***

***one wreck's good n' plenty****

****do "they" still make these?*****

*****I know "they" still puke out the great taste of Charleston Chew******

******66, the number of the beast, ******66, the one for you and me

12 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I think my knee is wrecked...but I can't blame Darkthoning.
~

Beach Bum said...

Never could get that cold chill down my back like most others in Sunday school when someone became fixated on the Number Of The Beast thing.

I guess it's a character flaw.

Jim H. said...

My speakers broke.

Randal Graves said...

if, hope you haven't been prescribed exercise because that would really cut into your constitutionally-protected right to couch potato.

BB, if church growing up had played Iron Maiden, I'd still probably not be a Catholic, but I'd be 14.3% more sad about it.

jim, awesomeness'll do that.

Tom Harper said...

66: the route where one gets one's kicks.

Demeur said...

You just keep your Berserker music to yourself. My hearing's half gone as it is and yours' will be next. What's that you say?

Nunly said...

All I know is that now I'm in the mood to look on E-bay for a helmet with horns sticking out the side....and a hairy vest with matching boots.

Life As I Know It Now said...

Ape!

Randal Graves said...

demeur, KEEP IT DOWN.

nunly, you're the real berserker.

life, grape?

susan said...

I'm still upset Guillermo Del Toro made Pacific Rim instead of At the Mountains of Madness.

Life As I Know It Now said...

Grape Ape? Never heard of him! But then I was one of those bookish kids who was reading in my bedroom or walking around outside watching birds rather than watching cartoons on television. Yes, I was a weirdo for sure. :)

mistah charley, ph.d. said...

Good & Plenty

- still manufactured
- oldest branded candy still made in U.S.
- has a Wikipedia article
- available in 5 lb quantities from Staples