Does This Car Make Me Look Fat?

Just a couple things I was thinking about over the weekend…  I hope they take the taste of the last post out of our collective mouths.

My favorite sexual identity crisis has got to be the one where a guy gets a sex change operation and then becomes a lesbian.  Dude, you were just a guy!  Do you just like being made fun of or what?

Why do women always talk about a glass ceiling?  I’m pretty sure I’ve never gotten hired just because somebody wanted to fuck me.  Maybe when I was an altar boy, but not since then.

I am pretty sure a woman would rather have you slam the car door on her leg than ask them if they are all in.  I tried to look at this one from the woman’s point of view, and like most innocent questions that men ask, it does seem to imply that we think they are fat.

Why is it that whenever a character on a TV show is an actor, it is always the worst actor in the cast that plays them?  Let’s face it, Jeff Conaway (Bobby Wheeler, Taxi), Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribiani, Friends) and Adrian Grenier (Vincent Chase, Entourage) won’t need to worry about having their Emmy acceptance speeches cut short.

Whatever happened to the youngest daughter on Family Matters?  Once that little nephew Richie started getting all the attention, she just up and disappeared.  Now I know Chicago is a dangerous place and people go missing in big cities all the time.  But her dad was a cop for Christ’s sake, and I don’t remember him looking for her at all.  Family Matters, huh?  I guess not.

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3 Responses to “Does This Car Make Me Look Fat?”

  1. I think I’ve been trying to figure out the answer to your question about why a man gets a sex change and then goes lesbian for my entire adult life…

    and the better question to “are you all in” would be “are you ready for me to shut the door?” (then after its shut and you’re out of ear shot feel free to add “on your faaaat aaaaassss”)

  2. Hi there people, all human situations have their ups and downs. We feel those of the here and now but never see nor feel those of the future; and so we often make troublesome changes without amendment, and invariably for the worst. HAPPY NEW YEAR

  3. Come on dude, these facts* and proof* i mean who is posting* lol ;-p