Quote of the Day

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“Told the Rev I was going to my room to say my prayers.” – Jessica Lovejoy
“Smart, beautiful, and a liar.  So much better than that Sarah plain and tall.” – Bart Simpson

7 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 6 May 2014 at 9:47 am

    Aww, poor Sarah :(

    Aside from being a one-off peripheral character that classic Simpsons excelled effortlessly at, she’s also a good example of one of many characters who’s allowed to be unhitched/unpaired without being either a heavy-handed overtly despicable villain or a completely atrocious outcast who’s alone for obvious reasons. It’s actually more appealing when there’s a variety of single characters in a show or movie who never wind up finding a mate, or even much friends sometimes, without clear or expository explanation, because the viewer isn’t put under as much pressure of social obligations such as close relationships or marriage and renders it more relatable.

    • 2 Anonymous
      6 May 2014 at 8:11 pm

      No offence, mate, but that’s a bit of an odd tangent, especially given that the girl in the picture up there is only shown for two seconds and is purely designed to make you laugh and nothing more.

      • 3 Stan
        6 May 2014 at 9:00 pm

        It’s totally normal when you smoke peyote. Also makes you wonder if their urine is actually white.

  2. 4 Rembrandt Q. Einstein
    6 May 2014 at 8:36 pm

    That was me who wrote the last post, sorry, I forgot to fill in my username. Anyway, although I have ranted about this site and its’ (sp?) commenters before, I often feel you guys (or guy” because only one of our Founding Fathers really does anything on “this site anymore) and have enjoyed the few modern episodes that I’ve watched on WTSO online recently, I still respect your right to an opinion, although I haven’t really thought about the idea behind the last part of this “monster sentence” (as you guys would call it) before the current one that will come to an end when I next type in a comma, I, without one moment of hesitation know that it is my stance on that issue. I also apologise if this post looks like one of those annoying “spam posts” (the ones that are probably by the same people, or at least the same kind of people, as the people who try to sell you stuff. (I also apologise for the repetition of the word “people in that last sentence, and for the nested parantheses and this sentence is a part of. Hee hee, I am like, so meta. Or whatever the kids are saying nowadays.) Anyhoo, as I was going to say before I got sidetracked by other stuff which ultimately resulted in an odd, disjointed (although I am not sure that is the correct word to use in this situation) sentence which I realised too late to fix. Aw nuts, it’s happened again. -.- Sorry btw, steamedhams, I must conme off as a huge hypocrite for my last post now. Will continue immediately.

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