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Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby ThreadKiller » 07 Jul 2010, 18:37

Brings a smile to my face.



I think Ricky would like more alone time with Elmo.
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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby urodacus » 07 Jul 2010, 19:08

I see where you got your user name, threadkiller.
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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby ThreadKiller » 07 Jul 2010, 20:14

urodacus wrote:I see where you got your user name, threadkiller.


I do my best. But it's not really killing a thread if you responded to it, but you probably know that.

I do love Ricky and Elmo though - both special in their own ways. I used to like Jimmy Kimmel as well, but then I saw this on his show. Freaked me out. Really did. :eek:

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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby Mother Theresa » 07 Jul 2010, 21:27

Here's one for you threadkiller.

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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby TwoTongues » 07 Jul 2010, 23:08

ThreadKiller wrote: I used to like Jimmy Kimmel as well, but then I saw this on his show. Freaked me out. Really did. :eek:

You can't be freaked out by that and also keep the line "Sacred cows make the best hamburger" in your signature. Who do you think you are, Private Joker wearing a peace symbol button but with Born to Kill written on your helmet?

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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby ThreadKiller » 08 Jul 2010, 00:10

TwoTongues wrote:You can't be freaked out by that and also keep the line "Sacred cows make the best hamburger" in your signature.


C'mon! You know that by "sacred cows" both Marc Twain and I were probably referring to odd and deeply held beliefs and not a cute little critter like Elmo.

And I haven't completely given up on Kimmel. Love his stuff. But in his desire to get laughs through attacking sacred cows, he could have attacked animals more evil than Elmo.
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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby jimipresley » 08 Jul 2010, 00:15

ThreadKiller wrote: he could have attacked animals more evil than Elmo.

Elmo's an ANIMAL?! :eek: *Gasp* Always thought he was a PEOPLE!
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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby ThreadKiller » 08 Jul 2010, 00:18

My mistake. He is a people.

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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby TwoTongues » 08 Jul 2010, 00:24

ThreadKiller wrote:
TwoTongues wrote:You can't be freaked out by that and also keep the line "Sacred cows make the best hamburger" in your signature.


C'mon! You know that by "sacred cows" both Marc Twain and I were probably referring to odd and deeply held beliefs and not a cute little critter like Elmo.

I'm aware of the intention, but a cute little critter is almost by definition a sacred cow! Anything where the response is "it's atrocious! how could they?" is ripe for the parody.
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Re: Elmo, Ricky Gervais discuss necrophilia and more

Postby jimipresley » 08 Jul 2010, 00:25

TwoTongues wrote:You can't be freaked out by that and also keep the line "Sacred cows make the best hamburger" in your signature. Who do you think you are, Private Joker wearing a peace symbol button but with Born to Kill written on your helmet?

Um, TT, "sacred cows" is what we in the English profession refer to as a "metaphor". If you want to do language exchange, please PM me.
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