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Too Funny for Words
Holy smokes, the comments on this are so funny, my sides hurt:


Too. Funny. Can't. Stop. Reading. (thanks, carrie!)

OK, my video card has arrived. I'm ready to build this sucker.

I'm skeered! Hold me?
3 tall tales or Tell me a story
From: lakme Date: July 2nd, 2007 11:02 pm (UTC) (permalink)
OMG, that was a good link!

I won't add to the comments there, but I'll tell you a story. My cousin Ian was about six or so, and my parents were staying at his house for some reason or other. He burst into their bedroom the one morning with his pajamas bottoms trailing from one ankle and his penis cupped between his hands. "Look guys!" he proudly announced, "...look what I've got, guys! It's brown and it's wet guys!

(I have no earthly idea why it would be brown or wet, and shudder to think of why that might be so. Bleah!)

And then there is corto's son Edward, whose mom posted a picture of him at about age four with a minipad plastered across his forehead :)
curiouscat2 From: curiouscat2 Date: July 3rd, 2007 11:07 am (UTC) (permalink)

it beckens

Jump right in an enjoy your new creation.
Ever since your post about vid cards.
I have been spying that $600. one on Newegg.com

and what is it about the feel of anti-static bags and those new parts wanting to be touched by human hands.

and parting of old parts their is so much sorrow.
hitchhiker From: hitchhiker Date: July 3rd, 2007 09:13 pm (UTC) (permalink)
this was the one that made me laugh the hardest:

first, me and my bro both got kicked out of kindergarten.

me: I need some new crayons. None of these are sharp. I like sharp crayons.
teach: We can't always have new ones. Sometimes you have to use old ones.
me: Are you fucking kidding me?
3 tall tales or Tell me a story