Monday, November 12, 2007

Irony Much?



I dunno, but the Eric Cartman in Moi hasn't giggled this maniacally in ages.


Doris Rose said...

too many funny cigarettes....that's what I'm thinkin'

Jenny said...

Whaaaat? He sure do clean up good, don't he?

Aunty Belle said...

Aunty doan know on this...but I sure enjoyed yore fashionista post...but mercy, number tree in blue ain't but 9 years old--an bowlegged to boot.

Ain't never worn no hoochy Gucci, but used to have a yearn for them old Balenciagas. Will admit to some chi-chi names in the back o' the closet, but....who is yore favorite new designer? AN' what happend to FASHION TRANCE that I used to watch when I had insomnia?

Meghan said...

Me thinks he played one too many evil roles.

Wicked Thistle said...

I don't even know what to say about this. Or anything else, apparently, as I've been absent from your comments section lately. I guess when Doris Rose is on vacation, I think I am, too. Your pithy wit and reflections have been keeping me company during my mental sabbatical, though, and I've been lubbing it all!

the Dread Pirate Rackham said...

oh. god.

how could he?

moi said...

Doris Rose: I see lounging for 7 bazillion days on the beach didn't affect your wit one bit! Welcome back, chica.

AB: The Shrub or no, I must admit to a minor Hopper crush. He's got that look . . .

Aunty: Oh, God, the B word. I so do loves me some Balenciaga. And their perfumes – heaven. Fave new designer, hands down, is Zac Posen. And nothing beats BCBG for fun, wearable, affordable. Fashion Trance? I'll have to research that. Sounds like Moi's kinda show.

Meghan: Yes, he's always the bad guy, isn't he? Can anyone name one warm and fuzzy Dennis Hopper role? Anyone . . . ?

Wicked: Dahlink, you know that, as my oh-so-spayshul friend, you can get away with just about everything with Moi. Even ignoring my posts. Because you are working oh-so-hard on your novel. Right?

Dread Pirate: But, it's so, so funny, nonetheless. I mean, okay, so I can see how growing up a hippie would expose you to all kinds of libertarian thought processes, but The Shrub is kinda way too fascistimist for Moi's taste.

h said...

Not sure if I believe the story, but glad to have Dennis on board if it's true.

As to "warm and fuzzy", I'd suggest "The River's Edge".