Thursday, February 21, 2013

Facebook Funnies XXXVI

Mass panic ensued when a surgical mask wearing
giant terrorized a small Egyptian village.  Before fleeing for his life,
Farouk Al penwasser cried, "And here we thought Japan had all the problems with those dinosaurs knocking down their houses."

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  1. I'd be scared too, he loos ready to take flight. God knows what he may drop from the sky, bird sh** is bad enough.

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    1. As I look more at the picture, I see three dudes running TOWARD him. And a couple of people looking at THEM, probably wondering, "Where the frik do you three lunatics think you're going?"

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  2. Very stylish scarf that giant is wearing. Wonder if it's hand woven?

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    1. Fashion first. Mass destruction second.

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  3. He's even stealing the karate kid's move, crane thingy, have to be some copyright there.

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    1. Ralph Macchio is gonna be soooo pissed.
      Pat Morita? Not so much. He's dead.

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  4. But Al Farouk stayed around long enough to get pictures before he fleed ..... that was brave.

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    1. He has the heart of a lion. And brains of a clam.

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  5. Surely in today's age of tanks and fighter jets we're much better prepared for a giant attack? I'd be wondering why he was wearing a mask.

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    1. Good thing, too, because that whole Chinese mummy thing just wasn't working out.

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  7. Giant or no giant, this doesn't look like a good place to be.

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    1. Nothing more beautiful than Camden. Especially at this time of the year.

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  8. You have to watch those surgical- mask- wearing giants! I hear they're dangerous.

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    1. They TOLD that Operating Room surgeon to watch out for those growth hormones.

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  9. The giant's posture is very revealing, don't you think? Arms wide apart and hips pulled back. It suggests someone was trying to nibble his nuts in the confusion. Let's hope they weren't CIA assets.

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    1. You've stumbled upon the CIA's newest piece of their arsenal: Killer Dwarves (or is that dwarfs?).

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  10. There just aren't enough giants around these days. Bring back dinosaurs, I say.

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    1. I know. You can never have enough giants. The NBA has taken them all.

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  11. "Wait ! Godzilla is Coming !" (Trying to simulate dialogue not lining up with movie).

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    1. Damn! I should have Made the gaps bigger!

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    2. Damn again! It won't leave the gaps! AUUUUGHH!

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    3. Even without the gaps, that's pretty funny.

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  12. Maybe it wasn't a terrorist attack... maybe the giant just had bad gas.

    There's two sides to every story Al...

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    1. But I thought gas warfare wasn't sanctioned by the UN.

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    1. I look at pictures and usually see something funny.
      For instance, my prom pictures are a laugh riot.

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  14. At least he didn't want anyone to catch his flu!

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    1. That puts a whole new spin on it-Compassionate Giant.

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  15. I think I saw him at the grocery store the other day.

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    1. But, it's cold here.
      But not where you are.
      So, yeah, you make a good point.

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  17. If only he had his flu shot, he wouldn't have had to wear the mask.
    Course he could lie. Who would question?

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  18. That was funny!

    Hey I just got back from the website you linked us to. That was a good article. It was well written and funny! What I really need to know is which of your names is the fake one? Or is it both?

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    1. Thanks! It's kind of a challenge writing for a newspaper (albeit online). While Just An Observation will have the same basic style of Penwasser Place, it won't be able to have the same scatological approach (i.e., no poop jokes). Plus, it will concentrate on local topics more than PP. So some of the things I write about may not make as much sense as my regular gig does (as if). Another drawback is that it will take away some of the time I devote here. For instance, I wrote a post for JAO this evening. This took up a few hours that would normally be devoted to Blogger. By, the way, Al Penwasser is my "Nom de Blogger." Might be time to repost the "Al Penwasser Origin Story."

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