words shapes shadows
And I've had that damned song stuck in my head ever since.
Curse you, Trey and Matt! You are evil geniuses! (genii?)
Everybody join in: "Subarashii chin chin mono, kintama no kame aru ..."
My kids have finally convinced me that this show is hilarious...I tend to shy away from animated shows. But there are a few now that have me venturing over to the other side (South Park, Family Guy).
hah! I love that episode--it's amazing how perfect they get that Japanese anime tv show theme song sound...I love your label, by the way. About 2 or 3 times a year we have to warn one of the stores at the mall about not selling throwing stars and cane swords after some stupid kid gets arrested with one.
Oh Deb, you're in trouble now. The next thing you know you'll be watching Robot Chicken and then all hope will be lost.It's true, Bubs, they use just the right ratio of Japanese to English to make it sound authentic. Are you tempted to sing Let's Fighting Love after you give your warning to the store? I know I would be humming it under my breath the whole time.
I think I need to watch Southpark more often. Hilarious. Tee hee, he said douche-bag.
South Park. Ahh... those bastards.I read about Wal-Mart carrying Biblical action figures the other day (420+ stores are carrying them, wtf???)... I wanna manufacture South Park action figures. I get dibs on the original Token doll.ps - now I owe YOU an email! :D
Ha! It's been a while since I was Southparked.(Yes, that's now a verb.)
SUBARASHII CHINCHIN MONO!!!!!That's the song my son was singing before he went to sleep and he's never ever heard of South Park!!
Agreed, Karen, the world needs to watch South Park more often. Douche-bag turns up surprisingly often on the show. South Park action figures! Now that is where the future lies, Michelle. Good choice on the Token one. He is one of the coolest, plus he has the power of perfect spelling. Could I be Kyle?I did not realize South Park was now a verb, Justrun, but of course it makes perfect sense. I South Park, therefore I am.That popular culture is insidious, Danny. Does it really mean "this wonderful penis thing"?
That is a great episode, and we all know it's all fun until an eye gets poked out.
And then it becomes even more fun, Just A! At least in some circles.
Seriously, genuis ... you could just say "now ever douch bag in town has a ___" and change it every week.
Good plan, Will - that's why they pay you the big bucks. In fact I am going to import that into my daily lexicon.
TAG! You're it ... for today's meme.
Yay, I feel special, Beth!
"...with the power of perfect smelling!"LOVE it! This has always been one of my favorites, too.Let's fighting love!Now I'm going to have to post this clip, too.
I alwaugh thought it was perfect spelling, PF. But hey they are both good, aren't they?
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