October 26th, 2004
|11:41 pm - Where's your costume?|
'member last year when I threw together a Halloween page at my website at the last minute? Well I've done it again this year.
If you're anything like me (and I know you're not, but hear me out, okay?), you haven't given any thought to your costume yet. Fret not! Instead, head on over and check out my 2004 Do-It-Yourself Halloween Costume Guide. I've come up with four brand new designs guaranteed to make you
the belle of the ball the bell of the balle the balle of the belle real, real popular.
Also (from angelic667 (who stole it from nocturne152 (who stole it from april_tehe))):
1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 23.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the sentence in your journal...
5. ...along with these instructions.
Home is where you hang yourself.
Current Mood: tired
Current Music: Vern Gina -- Lycanthropy & Mortar
Those of us who are me are terribly, terribly flattered.
A couple years ago for christmas I gave away about 150 candy canes with spoons tied to them.
Maybe we're kindered spirits.
That's pretty friggin' cool. Unfortunately, there will be no Halloween forks this year at work because everybody's too busy. I'll have to come up with something to alleviate the boredom.
Comic: Nice to see and end (even if temporary) to the running gag. But I uh, don't get it. It that a reference to Weird Al's Albuquerque by any chance? Cause that's all I got, and it doesn't feel right.
Actually this week's comic is a big Frank Zappa reference (right down to the "who gets this one?"). The potato-headed, duck-billed whatchamacallit is the title character from Thing Fish
, the most offsensive musical ever. I heartily recommend the short song samples at Amazon.com.
The comic will continue to have the same punchline. I created Chuck & Bernie for people like myself who forget to check their favorite webcomics. The punchline is (almost) always the same, so if you ignore it for awhile, you'll still get the joke.
Here's a truly trivial bit of information for you -- the original punchline was going to be "Oh my God!" Ellen suggested "Get out of the car!" instead. I go back and forth as to which one I like better.