As noted many times before, whenever something weird happens in media, friends tend to hit me up with a “Did you see this? Thought it would be great for the blog!” message.
They are always right.
Let’s get into it.
A friend sent this along last night with a note: “Just wanted to make sure you’ve seen this headline…”
I hadn’t but I’m glad he shared.
Not a huge fan of “allegedly,” as we’ve noted before, but other than that… I’m reading this thing.
When people tell you to “shut the f*** up,” I’m not sure this is what they mean:
The spelling error is bad, but it could have been worse: “Thank you for your copulation.”
This is spondifferious in its censoriousness and its ridiculousness
If you say it three times, does Beetlejuice’s cousin, Improvejuice, show up?
A former student sent this along from a press release she was working off of:
Press release from the university, it was the second sentence:
“The Golden Eagles improved from 2019 as they improved their team average from 30:50.31 to 29:49.95, an improvement of over a minute.”
Think they improved?
I don’t know… Can you tell it to me in a more concrete fashion?
That’s DOCTOR LORD “FILAK, YOU A-HOLE” to you, pal!
I don’t know what Facebook has done to its algorithms, but I’m getting a lot of weird suggestions lately. A female friend I knew well in high school had a birthday recently and it suggested I send her a “BUTT-wiser” towel as a thoughtful gift. It also decided that apparently I needed to up my self-importance game a bit, so it suggested this:
I bet all the Scottish lords who shop at Costco get some serious respect from the sample ladies…
Have a good rest of your day
Vince (a.k.a. The Doctor of Paper)