Friday, April 24, 2009

Juliet Catapult

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  1. Not much, unless the Stephanie in question happens to be Princess Stephanie of Monaco, Stephanie Meyer, Stephanie “Stevie” Nicks or Stephanie Tanner.
  2. Fairly certain this is a typo, but I really want it to have been Googled as the result of a conversation overheard by the one Isla Vista resident who didn’t hear about the real thing. “What is this Flobobubba?” he asks himself.
  3. My best guess is the song that has most of those lyrics in its title.
  4. This one I actually don’t get at all. I’m the number two hit for it, for no apparent reason. Can anyone explain this? Did Al Gore make such a slip-up? This blog says he did, but only in the comments. Does it explain the “ManBearPig” episode of South Park?
  5. A valid question. If bras were in fact not invented in the age of Nefertiti, is it nobler to accurately represent this failing in a Bible epic? Or is fancy-free jumbloswinging so offensive to God that such actresses should wear bras, anachronisms be damned? Also: Ha ha. A bra question about an actress who played a character named “Nefertiti.”
  6. Well, you’ve got a pretty great one there with intercourse, but there’s something to be said as well for relations.
  7. See number six.
  8. An egocentric way to state the situation, to be sure. Also, I’m surprised that after being on my blog for only a short while, my post on “R” and “L” problems is already the number two Google hit for this term.
  9. I’m slightly less surprised that my blog is the number one hit for this one. Incidentally, have any of you who have reason to remember Irma from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon ever noticed how much she looks like Jeanette, the brainy Chip-ette from Alvin and the Chipmunks?
  10. The answer: The town that Susie Derkins — as well as Calvin and his associate, Hobbes — lives in was never stated. But more importantly, her showing up in the same batch of search results as Irma and Jeanette makes for a highly unexpected triumvirate of nerdy women from my childhood.
  11. According to my understanding of the situation, a proper response would be something like “I requested no creamed corn.”

4 comments:

  1. Isn't the Twilight author's first name actually spelled "Stephenie," or something like that?

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  2. Pedro C7:44 PM

    I’m slightly less surprised that my blog is the number one hit for this one. Incidentally, have any of you who have reason to remember Irma from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon ever noticed how much she looks like Jeanette, the brainy Chip-ette from Alvin and the Chipmunks?No, I never noticed this before. Strange. At least Jeanette got a fresh change of clothing every once in a while.

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  3. Nathan: You're right, unfortunately. It is Stephenie. Probably because it's Twilight-related, this bothers me more than Mad TV's Stephnie Weir.

    Pedro: Did she? Was it only for performances? I say at least Irma got to wear real clothes. April's jumpsuit probably didn't smell all that nice after that many trips into the sewer.

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  4. Anonymous2:03 PM

    Irma also visited the TMNT in the sewers several times, so her clothes would also smell.

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