Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Fun on the Internet

Here is something fun thanks to eddeaddad at Gnoetry Daily.

Here is Michael Moriarty writing about how funny Mark Steyn is when he's talking about Anthony Weiner:
Aim his gifts at a sitting duck or abbreviation for a sitting Richard The Massive or Big Dick, such as Anthony Weiner’s Twilling Twitter Twease … and, well, you encourage an impressionable septuagenerian – the word is in the D-Wiktionary – such as myself, you send him off to composing alliterative tomes!

But slowly now. Very slowly.
That is a perfect seed.

Settings, with the Moriarty quote plus a bunch of junk up the page:



Same settings:
Twilling alliterative tomes!

But slowly
now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowly now. Very
slowly
now.
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now. Very
slowly now. Very slowly now. Very slowl
Again:
to
the phrase,
“Twitpic crotch shot”.

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septuage.”

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And again:
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London Academy of the D-Wiktionable septuage.”

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gifts at a sitting.

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6 comments:

vacuumslayer said...

Theyre all about equally as coherent. I guess he's still drinkin'.

Substance McGravitas said...

Weiner Tweasing is painful.

vacuumslayer said...

I would think! I say don't twease the Weiner, tease it.

M. Bouffant said...

An entire tome that's alliterated? I'd like to see that.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I guess it keeps it the wingnuts off the streets.
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Another Kiwi said...

Man, the original sucks, Janusnode actually improves it