Comments:

Craig - 2004-04-21 10:32:56
Nothing like some hip hip music to really get the crowd going.
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BadSpellingAGoGO - 2004-04-21 10:41:42
You didn't happen to record the Bubba Be-Bob, did you? I really need to experience this good badness.
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Amy - 2004-04-21 11:46:05
Why do the dorkiest guys go after the hottest women?
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Super Hick - 2004-04-21 11:57:31
Something similar happened to one of my regulars. I live in a resort town that, after the sun goes down, leaves the tourists with nothing to do but imbibe alcohol and dance. I was raised redneck, but recently moved to a place where people aren't sure how to treat the hillbillies. There is this one cowboy, from a couple towns over-- 6'6", 245 lbs. or so, and really violent when he's drunk. There's usually no stopping him, and you can't 86 him from a bar because the police won't touch him and he just walks right in. One night, he was so drunk that we just started serving him shots of water for $6 a piece, and he kept eyeing us bartenders at the end of the serving well (he must not have realized we were just hiding from him the entire time). He loudly announced he was going to take us home to do with us whatever he wanted, and as he slipped off his barstool, he tripped on his own two feet-- he hit another stool as he fell and knocked himself out. It was the luckiest break in a long time.
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Jenna - 2004-04-21 12:19:01
Good ol' Bubba. ;) I work as a secretary for my dad's business in Houston. Today I have to mail out these business brochures & one is going to Uncle Bob's Coffee in Baker City, OR. You really get around! ;)
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Nikki - 2004-04-21 13:04:53
That's so freaking hilarious. Sound's like something my uncle would do. And we call him Bubba.
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peachsncreem - 2004-04-21 15:49:41
holy crap thats funny...record the song? id love to have a good laugh myself bahahaha
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cosmicrayola - 2004-04-21 16:49:11
That is one of the funniest entries you have written in a long time! I laughed my ass off reading it to Terry.
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R - 2004-04-21 20:36:36
You just made my day, I swear.
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sarah - 2004-04-21 21:11:12
aww, uncle bob's a nice guy underneath.
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christen - 2004-04-22 08:56:33
Since you took a stab at Weird Al's parent parody, I thought you might enjoy the Onion's take on it... Weird Al Honors Parents' Memory With 'Tears In Heaven' Parody FALLBROOK, CA—Zany, mourning entertainer "Weird Al" Yankovic has parodied Eric Clapton's eulogy song "Tears In Heaven" in loving tribute to his parents, who recently died of carbon-monoxide poisoning in their San Diego home, a spokesman for Yankovic said Monday. "Al's hurting deeply right now, and this is his way of honoring Nick and Mary," Karl Tuft said of the song in which a subdued Yankovic sings, "First you lit some flames / Then the smoke stopped your breathin' / Carbon mono's th'way you went... / Up to heaven" over a somber, minor-key accordion melody. Tuft added that the best way for Yankovic to give voice to his pain and loss was by altering the voice of Clapton's pain and loss.
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Pisser - 2004-04-24 02:37:51
"Just a good 'ol boy...doesn't mean any harm..."
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Sarah - 2004-04-24 21:02:43
Uncle Bob? Or unclebob? Regardless of what your real name is (Is it one word or two? The world may never know...), I adore you. You are hilarious. You make me laugh, and you have very good grammar. Way to go. -S
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Cloudy - 2004-04-28 14:33:12
"He stumbled over to her on the dance floor and did a dance that looked like he was carefully trying to avoid having a metal spike in his underwear from piercing his rectum." Very fucking visually funny!
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