Monday, September 06, 2004

Knowing is half the battle

When crossing the street, it’s really important to look both ways. If you don’t, you could get hit by a car, which is totally embarrassing. You’ll be like, “I didn’t see it coming!” and people will be like, “It’s a car, dude, it’s totally big!” and you’ll be like, “I didn’t look both ways,” and people will be like, “I can’t understand you. Your teeth are a hundred yards away,” and you’ll be like, “Amumawuhhhmm.”

6 comments:

Zack said...

Wait, did you get hit? Almost hit? Did you almost hit someone else? What the hell is going on?

Kenny said...

No, it's a joke, like page 18 style. It's a new idea for doing posts when I don't feel like writing about things for real.

Zack said...

Okay.

lydia said...

I like Kenny's "dude, where's my car" style dialogues with himself. I still haven't seen the movie. I'm afraid it won't be as amusing as Kenny repeating one line inside my head.

lydia said...

I like Kenny's "dude, where's my car" style dialogues with himself. I still haven't seen the movie. I'm afraid it won't be as amusing as Kenny repeating one line inside my head.

lydia said...

stupid blogger. stupid slow for the last 2 days won't register comments double posting won't delete takes forever to sign in stupid stupid blogger. I'm going back to playing Mr. Driller now.