Wednesday, June 20, 2012

"You've seen White Fang like, a hundred times, right?

"And Babe?

"So, yeah, you know I could turn on you at the drop of a hat, that same hat you tried to put on my head this winter because you thought my being warm was more important than my not looking almost as stupid as one of those halfwits on my new favorite show, Dogs In The City? And I'm not talking about the dogs either.

"Just so you know.

"Now back to work."


Schmutzie said...

It's not that I'll want to kill you, but it's part of my Lupine DNA so I can't help it. Put the hat on me again, and I'm going wolf on your ass.

(Good dog. If I was there, I'd give you some ribs.)

switters said...

Perfect night for brush fire a la Dances With Wolves, but no wild fire yet.

4 posts up and counting. It's been a good week.

But "Suffer The Little Children". Kristen Bell gets the living crap beat out of her. I had to turn it off. Once was enough.

switters said...

Also, hot hot tomorrow, but it breaks friday. There's always a breeze here. That's why they call Piqua "The Windy City".

Schmutzie said...

95 in Chicago, Piqua's Sister City.



Kristen Stewart is on the cover of Vanity Fair this month, and I saw a tweet today that she's the highest paid actress on Earth.

I've never heard of her.

Dear God, why don't I just get a fucking lawn chair and start yelling at kids? Okay fine, I'll read the Kristen Stewart article. She's Vampira or something right?

Keifus said...

"That'll do dog. That'll do."

Isonomist said...

I'm getting impatient with bad line readings in tv dramas. I mean, you know exactly what the writer wanted the character to say, how s/he wanted it said, and what it means that the character would say this in the way that they said it -- so why is the actor speaking like they've never heard the actual expression before and has no idea what it means? If you're not Humphrey Bogart, please refrain from reimagining the vernacular.