I Watched This Horrible Slasher Movie Last Night

It was really really awful. I can not believe it was even allowed on the air, and I certainly can’t believe (and I am in fact quite ashamed) that I survived the at most 10 minutes of it that I did watch. It was this group of Barbarians from the North that descended upon this nunnery that was mostly inhabited by blind and disabled Sisters of Mercy and, well, you can imagine how the Barbarians had their way with them in the most graphic fashion. No amount of alcohol from Thanksgiving dinner could make this tolerable.

And then I realized I was watching the Jets.

11 Responses to “I Watched This Horrible Slasher Movie Last Night”

  1. tree hugging sister says:

    It’s under control:

    Miguel Bloombito?@ElBloombito

    Yo sigñing un ordero executivo that los Nuevo Yorko Jetos will be reñamed los Nueva Jersey Jetos.

    Sleep now.

  2. Syd B. says:

    Touché, Mr. B. Excellent!

  3. Yojimbo says:

    “The Lost Patrol”, from that comic strip comes to mind.

  4. Rob says:

    It was so bad, Joe Namath was calling for Tim Tebow.

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    ouch Rob.

    It was that bad.

  6. BlackDog says:

    And i thought the Red Skin Cowboy games was a massacre.

  7. Gunslinger says:

    Skins-CBoys was an enjoyable game.

    Pats-Jest was a massacre.

    Eagles-Panthers could create a quantum singularity of suck that resets the equilibrium of the past three months.

  8. Greg Newsom says:

    Tom Brady is the man.He grew up less than a mile from where I live.He’s hated by almost everyone because he’s the all-American Catholic boy.
    Also, the Jets did that Video scandal on them.
    I hate their pompous coach,though.

  9. David Crawford says:

    The Jets came out to play the Seahawks a couple of weeks ago. They’re still trying to get the stank of that Jets offense out of the CLink.

  10. Kathy Kinsley says:


  11. nightfly says:

    It’s so bad, even Fireman Ed is retiring! He claims it’s not about their record, but seriously… I saw him during the game, and he looked like he’d lost the will to live, much less keep watching. I’m still waiting for Rex Ryan to pull off his mask to reveal Rich Kotite has been coaching all this time.

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