Thursday, January 31, 2013

Facebook Funnies XXXIII

"Lookit all these damn busses heading to the casinos!  I'm never
gonna make it to Wang's Chinese New Year party in time.  Smart car,
my ass!"

35 comments:

  1. With a bumper car though you could just pinball your way through the buses. Problem solved.

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    1. I don't know. Those busses mean business.
      And, by the way, is it 'buses' or 'busses'?
      If it's 'buses', why isn't it pronounced like 'fuses' instead of like 'fusses'?
      And don't get me started on the "if it's 'mouse'-'mice' or 'louse'-'lice', why isn't it 'house'-'hice'" thing, either.
      The English language blows. No wonder the Chinese are going to own the world.

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    1. That damn Godot is always late. And he always stiffs us on the check.

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  3. That kid could give speed racer a run for his money.

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    1. Speed Racer was a Japanese cartoon. But, he had round eyes. Hmmm...wonder if he went to casinos...?

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  4. May get there by next year at least.

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  5. He must be looking at the giant whose shoe he stole to make the car. Can he drive faster than the giant can hop?

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  6. on that ice all he needs is a good push and he'll go lightspeed

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    1. it might make that cool hat fly off, though.

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    1. I agree with you agreeing with Adam.
      I think we're all in agreement.
      Agreed?

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    1. That's what Gorilla said. I think you guys are right.
      So, if the shoe fits...

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  9. Haha, seriously made me laugh as usual Al.

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    1. It's all fun and games until you get between a bus and its casino.

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  10. Gave me quite the chuckle. Thank you sir :)

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    1. My pleasure.
      Makes me wonder if, in China, there's some blogger who's poking fun at us.
      The comic in me sure hopes so.

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  11. It's just so funny in all the Wong ways. :)

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    1. You are so wight.
      Incidentally, this comes on the heels of my "Clamps-Cramps" post. Purely coincidental, as this post was delayed from the beginning of the month.
      I don't want folks to think I'm on some sort of anti-Chinese kick here.
      My nephew-in-law is Chinese.
      Plus, I may have to work for them one day.

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    2. Al, I think if we all look close enough, we are all already working for them now.

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  12. I think more fun could be had in this bumper car than at a Chinese New Year's party.

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    1. Yeah, but the food's better at a Chinese New Years party.

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    2. Clearly Stephen, you have never been to one of my Mother's Chinese New Year's parties... she's now charging admission.

      (Funniest thing... NONE of us are even remotely of Asian decent)

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    3. I'm hoping that my nephew-in-law will invite me to one of his Chinese New Years parties. it sounds like a gas. I just hope I'm the dragon's head and not the tail, though.

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  13. But the car is red. Red cars always go fast, dont they?

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    1. I think that shade only goes half-fast, though.

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  14. Maybe he'd make more headway by pressing the shoe horn. Shoe horn - get it? That's a bad one, never mind.

    xoRobyn

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    1. That's actually pretty good. Wished I'd thought of it!

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  15. Yeah funny is it a car or a shoe is it being driven my a child or just a small person.............lol

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  16. That was DEFINITELY made in China!

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  17. shouldn't the plural of bus be bi? Or pus pi?
    obviously, english is not my strong point...

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