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Internet Tshirts

Postby Dusk » Mon Aug 21, 2006 10:33 pm

I've noticed a few people here like Internet tshirts.
I like Internet tshirts too.
Here are some cool ones I intend to buy:
Tshirt 1
Tshirt2
Maybe not
Tshirt3

One for SemiNomad
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Re: Internet Tshirts

Postby kupo » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:09 pm

Dusk Bringer wrote:Maybe not


This is definitely something I need to wear to work.
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Re: Internet Tshirts

Postby SemiNomad » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:18 pm

Dusk Bringer wrote:One for SemiNomad


Ungh! Put 'em on the glass!


I saw a girl on campus here wearing the one where Ignignokt is flipping the bird. I would have complimented her on it, but I was on a bike going the opposite direction. And I'm a wuss around girls. But mainly the bike thing.
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Re: Internet Tshirts

Postby kupo » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:48 pm

SemiNomad wrote:
Dusk Bringer wrote:One for SemiNomad


Ungh! Put 'em on the glass!


I saw a girl on campus here wearing the one where Ignignokt is flipping the bird. I would have complimented her on it, but I was on a bike going the opposite direction. And I'm a wuss around girls. But mainly the bike thing.


Wearing my Mooninite's shirt got me a date once. Woohoo.
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Postby bottlecap » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:52 pm

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Postby RingDing » Tue Aug 22, 2006 8:02 am

bottlecap wrote:Snorg.


This is so funny, cap! My Girlfriend gave me this one when I got home this morning from my Japanese business trip! She showed me the site she ordered it from and it was snorgtees. Funny coinkeydink.
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Postby CheapAlert » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:51 am

fork you regular no frill shirt best.
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Postby Lambs_Cows_Lambs » Tue Aug 22, 2006 2:05 pm

I am so sick of Needs More Cowbell.
I wanted to make a shirt with Che Guevara's face, and underneath, it saying Needs More Cowbell.
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Postby catastrophile » Tue Aug 22, 2006 4:42 pm

If you're getting sick of More Cowbell, that just means it's time to watch it again. Always works for me.
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Postby Devilot » Tue Aug 22, 2006 4:55 pm

catastrophile wrote:If you're getting sick of More Cowbell, that just means it's time to watch it again. Always works for me.


... Given the overwhelmingly positive response to this skit, and how it entered the collective subconscious, I figured something good must have finally come out of modern SNL. Apparently, I was being far too optimistic. x.x; "Needs more cowbell" needs more funny. x.x;
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Postby catastrophile » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:00 pm

Do you know the song? Not, have you heard the song before . . . do you know it?

I think what I love about it is the fact that I loved the song already, and the ludicrosity of the skit has fundamentally changed the way I hear the song.

Without that, yeah, it's more or less just SNL nonsense.

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Postby Cry-Your-Pardon » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:00 pm

catastrophile wrote:If you're getting sick of More Cowbell, that just means it's time to watch it again. Always works for me.


Yup, that did it for me.
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Postby Devilot » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:03 pm

catastrophile wrote:Do you know the song? Not, have you heard the song before . . . do you know it?

I think what I love about it is the fact that I loved the song already, and the ludicrosity of the skit has fundamentally changed the way I hear the song.

Without that, yeah, it's more or less just SNL nonsense.

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Uhm... It's not in the sort of categories I usually listen to, near as I understand musical categories. I recognized it in that skit because it was in the game Prey. So... no, I don't really _know_ the song.
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Postby Chrono Crow » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:07 pm

Chris Walken is funny because he does crap no one expects him to. He's unpredictable. When I saw The Rundown (I know, I apologize), I was disgusted. They not only ruined the movie, but they ruined his character. But in the deleted scenes, there's a scene where he falls to the ground, and a pig just walks up to him. He lifts his head, and says ". . .Pig." And collapses.

Things like that are why Walken is awesome. So hearing him talk like that in the cowbell skit is funny because it's so strange coming from an established actor (seriously, in the last three months, I've probably seen 4 different movies he's been in). But without that mindset, the skit blows.
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Postby catastrophile » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:13 pm

I guess the skit is funny, not for the reason it was intended to be, but because it accidentally pierced the veil and crossed over from the usual SNL absurdity into actual mind-warping surreality.

From watching the old "classic" SNL bits, it seems like that's always been where the real gold came from. Bass-o-matic? Dumbest f@cking thing you've ever seen. But it goes down in history as the awesomest awesomeness in the history of awe.
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Postby Chrono Crow » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:20 pm

I think SNL was at its best from 1990 to 1995.
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Postby giantsfan97 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:22 pm

I loved the 'more cowbell' sketch. Also, I agree with what Chrono just said.
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Postby Lambs_Cows_Lambs » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:52 pm

Devilot wrote:
catastrophile wrote:If you're getting sick of More Cowbell, that just means it's time to watch it again. Always works for me.


... Given the overwhelmingly positive response to this skit, and how it entered the collective subconscious, I figured something good must have finally come out of modern SNL. Apparently, I was being far too optimistic. x.x; "Needs more cowbell" needs more funny. x.x;



Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.
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Postby CheapAlert » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:20 pm

Devilot wrote:
catastrophile wrote:Do you know the song? Not, have you heard the song before . . . do you know it?

I think what I love about it is the fact that I loved the song already, and the ludicrosity of the skit has fundamentally changed the way I hear the song.

Without that, yeah, it's more or less just SNL nonsense.

[/kidsthesedays]


Uhm... It's not in the sort of categories I usually listen to, near as I understand musical categories. I recognized it in that skit because it was in the game Prey. So... no, I don't really _know_ the song.


ugh you really have to be squished far under the rock to not know Blue Oyster Cult's Don't Rear the Reaper.

though burning for you is better imo
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Postby kupo » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:39 pm

CheapAlert wrote:
Devilot wrote:
catastrophile wrote:Do you know the song? Not, have you heard the song before . . . do you know it?

I think what I love about it is the fact that I loved the song already, and the ludicrosity of the skit has fundamentally changed the way I hear the song.

Without that, yeah, it's more or less just SNL nonsense.

[/kidsthesedays]


Uhm... It's not in the sort of categories I usually listen to, near as I understand musical categories. I recognized it in that skit because it was in the game Prey. So... no, I don't really _know_ the song.


ugh you really have to be squished far under the rock to not know Blue Oyster Cult's Don't Rear the Reaper.

though burning for you is better imo


Doesn't *everyone* know about not Fearing the Reaper?

Then again, maybe it's kind of like "doesn't everyone know Aeris is dead?"
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Postby Chrono Crow » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:58 pm

Lambs_Cows_Lambs wrote:
Devilot wrote:
catastrophile wrote:If you're getting sick of More Cowbell, that just means it's time to watch it again. Always works for me.


... Given the overwhelmingly positive response to this skit, and how it entered the collective subconscious, I figured something good must have finally come out of modern SNL. Apparently, I was being far too optimistic. x.x; "Needs more cowbell" needs more funny. x.x;



Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.


NO.
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Postby giantsfan97 » Tue Aug 22, 2006 7:01 pm

Lambs_Cows_Lambs wrote:Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.
I loved that as well.
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Postby Chrono Crow » Tue Aug 22, 2006 7:23 pm

giantsfan97 wrote:
Lambs_Cows_Lambs wrote:Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.
I loved that as well.


N- NO!
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Postby Nik » Tue Aug 22, 2006 7:24 pm

Chrono Crow wrote:
giantsfan97 wrote:
Lambs_Cows_Lambs wrote:Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.
I loved that as well.


N- NO!


I never saw it. I have seen the cowbell sketch numerous times.
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Postby Brian » Tue Aug 22, 2006 7:25 pm

giantsfan97 wrote:
Lambs_Cows_Lambs wrote:Hey...... The Chronic(WHAT)les Of Narnia skit was funny.
I loved that as well.

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