Friday, September 13, 2013

Captain Caption XIX

"And I promise you, citizens of the great state with two of the Top
Ten Unfriendliest Cities in the World....
I SHALL NOT REST until Camden joins Atlantic City and Newark!  And there's a Dunkin' Donuts
 on every street corner in the Garden State!  So help me G...hey, you gonna eat that?"





Note to my friends"across the pond" (by the way, I'm not real fond of that expression):  This is Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey and noted fat man.  He's been known to have a donut or two.  
Also, Newark and Atlantic City were recently voted part of the Unfriendliest Cities in the World (#1 and #7, respectively).  Hope this helps.

26 comments:

  1. I don't like "across the pond" either. It's just always bugged me.
    I wonder if our town would want a Dunkin' Donuts?

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    1. It sounds, I don't know, dismissive to me, on the order of "on the other side of the tracks."
      With all the crap you're getting about Family Dollar, you can probably forget about Dunkin' Donuts.

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  2. I knew the name Chris Christie but had no idea what he actually looked like. Everything about the guy screams "New Jersey".

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    1. I know. Dude's a walking-or should I say rolling-stereotype.

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  3. Looks more like the moment before he stick's his head up the president's butt. "One, two, three... CHAAAAAAARGE!"

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  4. He must cost the tax payers a ton, they have to widen the doors

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    1. But he keeps the pastry folks in business.

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  5. I'm not going to poke fun at Christie's weight since I know what it's like to struggle with excess pounds, but it does bother me when he plays like he's a regular guy and then orders a special election to replace the late New Jersey senator rather than wait a few months when his name will also show up on the ballot. He's a politician in the worst sense of the word and the people of New Jersey are paying for it.

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  6. No wonder he didn't try to run for president. He doesn't seem like he runs often.

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    1. He stays away from prune Danishes, though. They GIVE him the runs.

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  7. He really is a little "chubs" isn't he. I wouldn't think he would be very healthy with all that fat around his heart.

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    1. I'm more concerned with the fat in his head.

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  8. Is he more dense than he is fat? Everyone knows Krispy Kremes are better than Dunkin' Donuts.

    xoRobyn

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    1. You got that right. Krispy Kreme would blow the doors off DD.
      I remember that Krispy Kreme would make a delivery to our ship every morning at 6 AM. When I happened to be on watch, I always managed to grab a dozen glazed for my workcenter.

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  9. Why is he cupping his hands like that. Is he saying "This is how big my butt would be if I went on diet"?

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    1. But, then he'd have to buy new pants. And raise New Jersey taxes.

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  10. How could you leave out at least a small reference about snooki?

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    1. I didn't want my computer to explode from an overdose of skank.

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  11. After reading the disclaimer I laughed hard buddy haha, I love how you say he's fond of a doughnut or two, I'm sure he's a nice bloke!

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  12. Hahaha, noted fat man - this is brilliant x

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    1. As fat guys go, he's pretty well known. He and Orson Welles.
      Except Orson's dead.
      So....

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  13. Dunkin' Donuts? They are only about fifth on awesome donut list. I'll bet he gets a kickback for every dunkin' donuts that gets opened.

    Hey, wait a minute!
    If he puts a Dunkin' Donuts on every street corner, where are the liquor stores moving to?

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