Jane - 2005-08-16 07:33:29
First. Haven't laughed so hard at an e-mail joke in a long time.
Tenshi - 2005-08-16 07:44:59
That was a classic with a slight hint of bathroom humour. Hilarious. A++ :P
IshKabibil - 2005-08-16 07:46:30
UB you sell yourself short... You definitly could have written something just as funny, if not funnier... ciao
Amanda - 2005-08-16 08:55:16
Perhaps you have to like chilli to get it. I guess it was "cute" but I didn't find it funny really. *Shrugs*
Spamneggs - 2005-08-16 09:27:13
Being from Texas, I confess that I have never had a bowl of chili that inflicted a lava-shit flow in my pants, etc. I did eat some fajitas that lit me up like a freebaser in a natural gas leak. This Mexican cook at work sauteed garlic, onions, red & green bell peppers, and fresh jalapenos together in some olive oil. The olive oil apparently magnified the already potent japs to the point where the fajita's consumer is taken to the brink of desperation to find some relief. I was then introduced to a shot of tequila, which breaks up the oils and makes the pain go bye-bye. Tequila goooooooood!
could have slept in - 2005-08-16 10:08:23
I got up to read this? chili comments are old. yeah yeah blah blah.
Jackie - 2005-08-16 10:09:52
It was totally lame, but I couldn't help a couple decent chuckles escaping past my lips.
The Boy - 2005-08-16 10:16:09
Next time tell a story about diddling a guy's junk while sizing his pants... but tell your sister we all still have much love for her... plus if she's new the internet, make sure she knows about, otherwise you'll get warnings about the butt-spiders and AIDS needles in payphones and such.
Justagirl - 2005-08-16 10:35:55
OMG that made me laugh out loud!
JaneDoh - 2005-08-16 10:38:04
So, a guy walks into a talent agent's office.... ....
Nicole - 2005-08-16 10:46:24
Thanks for the great laugh!
Barnacle Bill - 2005-08-16 11:59:43
Funny, but as old as the Mexican Cat Ranch Investment Opportunity. "The cats eat the rats, the rats eat the cats, and we keep the skins . . ." Or something.
Dave - 2005-08-16 15:04:15
UB, If memory serves, and it doesn't always, I think that's a Dave Berry piece. It always makes me laugh though.
Pete - 2005-08-17 02:56:27
I received this about a week ago and I thought it was so funny, I translated it for the UK. (i.e. changed chili to curry and couple of US words to UK.) Sent it to lots of Brits who think it's hilarious too.
Seattle Suz - 2005-08-17 16:24:58
"C'mon, Ice Cream!"
Arizona Sarah - 2005-08-18 15:42:08
I love it because the punchline is always a blowhard politician from Springfield, IL. The mas cervesa part works, too. I grew up in Springpatch and it's famous for two things: (three is you MUST) 1. Home of the only home that Abraham Lincoln ever owned. 2. The most bars AND the most churches, per capita, in the whole US of A. Good old Springpatch. Although I will say that the chili out here in Tucson isn't so much "chili" as it is " 1 can of beans + ketchup + 48 varieties of pepper."

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