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Discussion in 'Community' started by SiliconAddict, Apr 22, 2004.
The Horror of Blimps
I found this amusing.
That was hilarious! I almost laughed out loud (I am at work right now and that would be bad), I had to stop several times to compose myself before I burst!
OMG ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHING OUT LOUD!! that was one of the best things i have read in a long time! whew!
Very funny . The site is actually an offspring of Straightdope.com, another site I regularly visit.
heh, thanks for reminding me: Rolling On The Floor Laughing My ****ing Ass Off!!!!
Truly hillarious! The tears of laughter were welling up in my eyes... Ah, the power of the written word!
God I laughed so hard I almost choked on my tongue.
It reminded me of a cellophane balloon I had at a two story apartment I lived in for a while. It floated up and down the stairs and around the apartment on it's own for several weeks. This was just natural convection though as we didn't have central air. Thank god it never came into the room and hovered over me while I slept.
Pretty funny .
That definitely made my day.
This dude should win something.
But I should tell people that breathing in helium, so you can sound like micky mouse is very dangerous. Helium replaces oxygen in the lungs, and I hope we all know what heppens when there is no oxygen in our lungs!
The voices stop?
HAHHA havent had a laugh like that ina while
Yeah if you have a heart problem helium can trigger a heart attack.
the most impressive part is that the blimp was EVIL enough to attack not one, but TWO helpless victims.
no bacon! there are no pigs EVIL enough to sacrifice upon a bed of evil. and lettuce. evil and lettuce.
- ATHF "the brood witch"
awesome...he paints a great picture which only enhances the story...classic stuff
A few years back, my son had one of those mylar balloons floating around the house. Well, it lost enough gas to where it was eye level for the dog. Well, one night it startled the dog, and she went nuts and started barking at it, which in turn scared the bejeebers out of my wife, who was in bed asleep. She then had to get up to see what was going on. Naturally, I was on second shift at the time, so I knew nothing about it until I got home (about 2 a.m.).