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Please stop just vomiting in your mouth a little bit. I ain’t mad at cha, but this joke is deceased.
Amen. Oh, but I'm still having a bad day. So fuck you.
Ugh, I kidd! I love you so much it hurts!
What about "I just came in my mouth a little bit?" I still kind of like that one.
Where else would one do it, exactly? In the navel?
Lindy, please post everyday from now on.
I just puked in Lindy's west a little bit.
is Mr. Poe posting under to aliases today?
Lindy, it wasnt a joke.
And while we're at it, let's stop the "Because that's the way we roll" shtick.
Ugh. I think I puked in my mouth a bit when I read that.
Yes. When I'm slightly happier I post under my usual name. When I'm back to not being happy, I change it to Bad Day.
And now, a feat of lunatic daring. WOOT!
I laughed so hard I peed Lindy West's pants.
Thank you Lindy. But you should put some teeth in that and make it policy to delete all posts of that comment from now on.
the new thing is to vomit in someone else's mouth a little bit. good job #6 at keeping with the times!
@3: Yes. Still funny.
@13: I wish I had that kind of power.
Geez! Don't tase me, bro!
it was never funny to begin with.
Hi. Would everybody like to watch some girls vomit in each others mouth? Check it out!
For that matter, when did "whatnot" come into such intense, everyday usage?
Add it to the list of banned words, phrases, and whatnot.
I only say that I vomited in my mouth a little bit when I've actually vomited in my mouth a little bit, and I shall continue.
Whatnot is a word, NapoleonXIV.
Whatnot is a*n awesome word, NapoleonXIV.
If it's about snack bags festering inside vaginas, that joke is really the least of my worries.
Weird, I had just commented about that on here a couple days ago. And also the "I'm shocked -- shocked!" thing. TIRED
@20, this is my exact point. anything that actually induces actual vomit should be recorded for the public record.
I in fact did vomit in my mouth a little bit. It is something that happens to me on occasion. There was one time I was kicked in the balls so hard that I did vomit into my own mouth.
I love whatnot. If it's good enough for Pepys and Pope, it's good enough for me!
I've made some of my friends vomit a little when I punch them in the balls, too. I've never vomited when I get crunched.
I punch guys in the balls all of the time. Not really a punch, just a little bitch whip. It's a compliment, really.
Life is not whatnot.
Don't go there!
Let's all now share our pet-peeve phrases that inexplicably annoy us and demand everyone everywhere stop using them! Then the whole world would shut up.
Mine is the word "I," it is SO tired. SO everyone please stop using it, okay?
if lindy west is now going to be the arbiter of played-out idiom, she's not gonna have much time to write her movie reviews, which are, incidentally, full of played-out idiom.
Yes, whatnot is a word.
It is a word that usually sits in a dusty corner of antiquity, but is enjoying an annoying resurgence.
Yet it is a word that does not signify much, and should hardly be missed.
@8 and @20:
If you actually vomit in your mouth, of course I am not asking you to keep it a secret. I said that the JOKE is deceased, not the act of vomiting in your mouth.
I have vomited in my own mouth on several occasions, most notably while standing in the security line at an airport in Rome, and while sitting in the back row at Live Girls! Theater (gin's fault, not theirs).
Can we all stop yelling now?
Didn't that originate from the movie Dodgeball?
While we are at it, how about omitting: Um, acutally
Best/Worst. ____. Ever.
...and anything involving Cafe Presse with that pretentious extra e.
Someone finally said it. Totally with you on this! I don't even want a funeral for it. Just go.
how about "whuuuz-uppp", or - "oh snap, no you didn't" or "who let the dawgs out, woo woo", are those still cool? ohhh you mean internet slang, how about "noobz", "woot" and the ever popular "whatevs" ???
@36 - Nothing pretentious about the extra "e" in Cafe Presse. "Presse" in French means "press" in English - as in the Fourth Estate, journalists, like gnomes who toil away at The Stranger - the ink-stained press. "Cafe" with an acute accent means either "coffee" or "place to drink coffee." Since the "e" is silent, I understand how this might distresse you, el.
Don't get me started
Meh. Not so much. Just sayin'.
Only if you stop saying/writing "hoo-haw".
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