|Jet Bin Fever |
How do I get this guy's job?
"Da great thing about da ancient alien theory is da fac dat..."
He speaks like he's a little slow in the head... oh, right.
I don't know, therefore ALIENS.
Ahh, so that's where those pictures come from.
Wait, wait wait wait.
We can create a two-headed dong with six legs?
I think the russians did it. Their method involved two dogs and a scalpel.
Yeah we all know you say "yes". It's why you're so popular.
|Caminante Nocturno |
We haven't reached the point where we can create a three-headed, snake-tailed, venom-frothing guard dog yet. If we ever reach that point, I'll be first in line for one. Cerberus was my favorite mythological monster when I was a kid.
Jet Bin Fever
I liked Talos from Jason and the Argonauts the best.
Gotta go with Pegasus. That would make for a wicked cool commute.
I'm sorry but three dog heads doesn't beat a dragon, lion and goat head from a Chimera.
|Born in the RSR |
Shit! I saw this episode a few days ago with a friend. I have never been so simultaneously amused and appalled.
I wasn't really a Babylon 5 fan so I have no idea what they're called, but this guy totally looks like one of those aliens on the show.
|American Standard |
Been avoiding watching this show from the title alone. Shows that are on supposedly educational channels that gleefully perpetuate superstition and pseudo-scientific wank in the name of ratings have actually made me angry, in the past.
Nice to see I've been making the right decision.
They are the norm now, real science is boring for most people, you have to add so magical fairy pixie, and crazy ideas about the end of the world to attract people.
Also, they seem to have become self-aware, and now want to go for a comedy approach.
|Macho Nacho |
This man is a product of Ancient Aliens and no one can tell me otherwise.
|Sudan no1 |
He looks like Tim and Eric's buttbaby.
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