92 SPAM in the Queue This A.M.

…and this one wins the prize.

I will be attending an interview with a cryogenic ball valve this Monday.
Any suggestions?.

In a strong showing at Second Place ~ pointing out someone I completely overlooked in my dive to the kitchen to escape them ~ is the laptop battery spammers multiple entry:

What the fuck does the white guy in Black Eyed Peas actually do? Just watched SB halftime show and he didn’t contribute at all…

There’s a white guy?

9 Responses to “92 SPAM in the Queue This A.M.”

  1. Larry says:

    I can’t wait to use the phrase “I will be attending (insert event here) with a cryogenic ball valve” in normal conversation.
    Well, normal-ish, anyway.

  2. Gary from Jersey says:

    THS: Think taning booth.

    Mr. B.: Tell the cryogenic ball valve to shut up. This guy needs the job.

  3. Gary from Jersey says:

    That’s “tanning.” Incidentally, my wife says black eye peas should be soaked overnight, which might have helped.

  4. JeffS says:

    Please. Cryogenic ball valves are essential to our modern technological base. Dissing them is a bad idea.

  5. major dad says:

    You need one if you expect to activate the Flux Capacitor.

  6. tree hugging sister says:

    I was thinking it sounded a lot like taking a thermal detonator along…

  7. ricki says:

    I think “Cryogenic Ball Valve” would be an excellent band name. They’d probably never play the SuperBowl halftime show, though.

  8. Kathy Kinsley says:

    I used to hang around with some writers who liked to do impromptu stories starting with oddball sentences. At a local restaurant dinner table, after dinner, with caffeine-enhanced drinks. (We all had to drive home – this was pre-internet-ish.)

    “I will be attending an interview with a cryogenic ball valve this Monday.”

    We’d have run that one over the hill and back a few times. Perfect starting point!

  9. nightfly says:

    I will be attending an interview with a cryogenic ball valve this Monday.

    Non-sequitur catchphrases are cool. At the rink we’ve been wearing out “I just did BK” – as in, “Thank you but I’m not hungry, I just ate food from Burger King.”

    We’ve been competing to see who can sneak it into conversations at the oddest times – bonus points for passing it off so it’s not immediately noticed.

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