|EvilHomer - 2013-10-28 |
Check Part 2 if you'd like to hear the voices.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-10-29 |
A cartoon about a dog and a cat! Why hasn't anyone thought of that before?
|Xenagama Warrior Princess - 2013-10-29 |
"Often makes references to [The Beatles] in the show."
"A year supply of bacon, a jug of water and The Beatles White Album.
Yeah, that's a little joke there."
Why is his taste in unfunny humor telling me that he like the Big Bang Theory?
Did anyone get that joke?
I've been trying to work out what he meant there, to no avail. Is bacon and water some sort of Beatles pun, that went over my head because I don't know much about The Beatles? Is it funny because Daisy didn't bring along a record player, so she couldn't play the record? Maybe there's a catch with The White Album, like it's out of print or something, or the joke is that a jug of water wouldn't last a year, so she'd be dead before she finished all that bacon? I can't figure it out.
My best guess so far is that it's supposed to be some kind of "random access humor".
I think it's because the White Album is considered some kind of major 20th century achievement by most serious Beatles fans, instead of just being a very good, if inconsistent, mainstream pop record (kind of like Tusk). But people who think the Beatles live up to their hype tend to think it's some kind of transcendent piece of art that will never be equaled.
Xenagama Warrior Princess
I interpreted it as the simpleton's answer to making jokes - let's make a reference and it is automatically funny. Seems sort of in tune to how Chris Chan thinks how humor works (rhymes, references, ect.)
|TeenerTot - 2013-10-29 |
I can't even get halfway through this.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-10-29 |
|baleen - 2013-10-29 |
This has to be a trolling attempt.
This person was around 30 at the time.
|bluiker - 2013-10-29 |
I would like to see a size comparison chart between an average bird mom and an average human mother.
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