Cheesily riffing on the erudititudinosity and linkeriffomafication of Tom’s recent post, I give you this darn-near equally-recent popular image (which I did not make) found at the Site Which Must Not Be Named.
Bush Help.jpg
Edit : I have discovered that this image originally came from the SomethingAwful forums. SA rocks. Or is that San Dimas Football? sh-t, I dunno. But the bad, bad man who posted it to Filepile didn’t credit it. Apologies.

People Say Stuff Sometimes, Trippy Visuals, Man

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  1. I think I know what GWB is thinking:
    “The blow can truth me”

  2. …or perhaps “Transformers are robots in disguise! Maybe I could do that too.”

  3. You have been reading either Haggard or Mortimer. Which is it?

  4. Neither! Whee! I win!
    (and I now demand some explanation of why I might have been reading one or the other…)
    I assume Haggard is Merle Rider (?), but I truly have no idea who Mortimer is…

  5. Never mind the low-literary references, you evil Polski-Ogorki bastard : what I really want is sweet indulgence of my desire for AMUSING CAPTIONS to entertain me in the morn, as I recover from the inevitable hangover…

  6. You know, a Mortimer. One of those little things you use with a Trestle to grind up stuff.

  7. You’re assuming the W. has the brains to even turn on the computer to get to that screen. I would never make that assumption.

  8. She Who Must Be Obeyed is from an old Rider Haggard boy’s adventure novel (“She”). The phrase was later picked up by John Mortimer, who wrote the “Rumpole of the Bailey” series. And (though maybe it was somewhere or someone else; I’m still doing cold medicine) I thought I saw you use the phrase “She Who Must Be Obeyed” somewhere, and I was reminded of that by “the Site Which Must Not Be Named” in this posting, though that could equally derive from the “love that dare not speak its name”. But, as I said, I am full of drugs. I think I just saw that little paperclip guy move. Poltergeist? Poultry-guest?

  9. Wow. That was supercool, but unfortunately totally random. Sad to say, despite my somewhat eclectic and some might say excessive reading history, I’ve never read either of those two!
    I’d feel smarter if I had, though, and were dropping subtle references all over the place to literature I had eaten…
    Thanks for giving me more credit than I deserve, anyway!

  10. P.S. (Tom – that’s not funny.)

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