Monday, November 06, 2006

Your Blog's So Ugly That

Me: I have to tell you something really shameful.
Kate: Yay!
Me: I just laughed at a joke on Yo Momma and said, out loud, alone in my apartment, "Good one."
Kate: Did you try to high five the TV?
Me: The guy said, "Yo momma's so fat that when she lays on the beach, Greenpeace pushes her right back into the water." And I was the only one who laughed, including the audience. Or... street gang. What's the deal with that show, anyway?
Kate: They should have a spinoff with blond jokes.
Me: And the joke right after that was, "Yo momma's breath stinks so much that if she were a character on Star Wars she'd be Chewcaca." And Kate, those people went CRAZY with laughter! I have literally never heard anything less funny, and I mean dating back to Michelle's "how rude" on Full House.
Kate: I believe Michelle was "you got it dude."
Me: Oh right. Well, that was subtle wit over a bottle of merlot compared to Chewcaca.
Kate: The winner was from Hell's Kitchen.
Me: There are WINNERS?
Kate: Ouch.
Me: They're all winners in my eyes.
Kate: How Special Olympics of you.


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Anonymous said...

One time I was watching Next, and it was one of the all-gay episodes. So the guy going on the dates isn't really flaming gay or anything. One of the guys comes out, and this guy is Queen Gay. So the dater says "I might not have much experience being with men, but you don't have much experience being one, next!"

This has nothing to do with your post but mtv is related and I just wanted to waste everyone's time by writing something.

The man who knows the truth about Red's A-Team knowledge,

Stefanie said...

Kate is right; Michelle's catch phrase was "You got it dude." But Stephanie's was "How rude." So you didn't just pull that out of nowhere.

I hate myself a little bit for remembering this.

Margaret said...

Special Olympics warms my heart.

Killer said...

I think the Special Olympics should add a Yo Momma event. That would warm my heart.

othur-me said...

You gotta love Music Television. There is so much music going on there.

(Killer, that may be the funniest thing I've read....all year.)