What’s This Natty, Debonair, Man-About-Town


12 Responses to “What’s This Natty, Debonair, Man-About-Town”

  1. “Blue. I need to paint the palace blue.”

  2. “Hm… It needs something… I know! A row of human skulls!”

  3. Cullen says:

    I have Arick Barrwin.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Helro, my rittle wed, white and bwue fwends.

  5. (Oh my GOD, Cullen! I’m DYIN’ here, bwahahahahaa!!)

  6. major dad says:

    Can you hear me now Mr. Hans Bwiks?

  7. Cullen says:

    Do any of you watch the show “Drawn Together?” They had a season 2 marathon on Comedy Central over the Christmas holidays and I was able to catch it at my parent’s pad. Anywho, the premise of the show, for those who don’t know, is that a bunch of cartoon/video game characters are locked in a house together much like a Big Brother/Real World reality TV show. Hilarity ensues. They have a room where they talk about their issues to a camera and everything. Funny.
    One of the characters is a Pikachu-like little furry monster thing. He has some of the best lines. During one of the camera room things, he’s talking in mock Japanese about how he’s finally found a shampoo that leaves his coat shiny, soft and manageable, but it shames him to use it. He holds up the bottle and says, “Damn you Plerr!”
    Funniest thing I’ve seen on TV in a loooooooong time.

  8. Ken Summers says:

    They come runnin’ just as fast as they can
    coz every girl crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man

  9. Ken Summers says:

    I study nuclear science, I love my classes
    I got a crazy teacher, he wears dark glasses

  10. (That’s why the trackbacks hate you, Cullen! You use that damn ‘pica-pika-peeka choo’ in EVERYTHING.)

  11. Nightfly says:

    Now I can’t use this for my next caption contest! Hell damn crap! Cullen prolly wins hands down…. “Arreck Barrwin.” HAHAHAHAHAH Ken’s is sweet, too, though I would have gone with “Cheap Sunglasses.”

  12. Emily says:

    He’s checking the specs to have his new shark tank installed. Because he’s ronery.

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