This is what nerd culture is like in the prairies.
I have that exact thermometer on my back deck.
Never tried blowing bubbles when it's approaching that cold, but I've done the throw boiling-hot-water from a cup and watch it turn into ice crystals before it hits the ground the few days a year when it's cold enough to do that here.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I would hang out with this guy. He ended up looking EXACTLY how I thought he would too.
|Oscar Wildcat |
This is married life in a nutshell.
Welcome to Manitoba...if this guy seems like Fred Penner, well, Fred Penner is also from Manitoba. I run into him two or three times a year. Not this guy, Fred Penner. But if I went to Thompson to visit my relatives, I would probably run into this guy.
Next time you see Fred Penner, can you ask him how he made that string instrument say "Fred Penner's Place" in the opening? I've never quite figured out how they did that, is it a synthesizer, is it a guy's voice doing a very good imitation of a string instrument, or is it a lot of trial-and-error to figure out exactly which finger positions produce chords that sound like phonemes?
Jesus. People think I'm a nut for wearing a t-shirt and no jacket in freezing point weather, but what these two are doing is unimaginable to me.
These guys are adorable, right down to the "which button."
the raw contempt she has for him is palpable
I just want to hug them, which may be an effect of the climate.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
My hands ache just seeing them out there with no gloves on.
|Monkey Napoleon |
This is the type of guy who waits till his wife is asleep and then goes and jerks off to Balloon Slut Lola.
|Binro the Heretic |
What the fuck is wrong with you cold climate assholes? Why do you insist on walking around in arctic conditions wearing clothing suited for fall weather at best? Are you just rubbing our noses in it?
You don't see us walking around wearing fur coats in August acting like we don't even feel the heat.
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