September 19, 2003

Laugh Out Loud Post of the Day

Andrew Apostolou: Fat Bastard Captured.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at September 19, 2003 12:04 PM
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As the cloned little people of the world breathe a sigh of relief and allow themselves stand within ten feet of a bottle of barbecue sauce...

Posted by: Patrick Lasswell at September 19, 2003 12:40 PM

I think I'll pop open a bottle of Granville Island Pale Ale.

Posted by: d-rod at September 19, 2003 01:59 PM

He gave himself up to avoid a martyr's death. Found out it wasn't 72 Sturgeons after all.

Posted by: Stephen at September 19, 2003 04:42 PM

Ba-bum-bum, ding!

Posted by: Christopher Luebcke at September 19, 2003 04:43 PM

Yeah Christopher, that might well describe his nether parts, back to front.

Posted by: Stephen at September 19, 2003 04:54 PM



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