It is occasionally referred to as a Bosie (or Bosey) after its inventor Bernard Bosanquet; in Australia it is commonly referred to as a wrong'un (and in India as the wrong one, which led to the naming of the doosra, meaning the other one, named by its inventor Saqlain Mushtaq August 13, 2007 6:46 AM   Subscribe

Did I miss the memo? Are we now required to do eponysterical front page posts?
posted by googly to MetaFilter-Related at 6:46 AM (121 comments total)

chuckdarwin: “Episode one of controversial evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins' new series Enemies of Reason premieres on Channel 4 tonight. Here's a list of topics.”

Astro Zombie: "The Bender Brewer Project. Inspired by an episode of Futurama in which boozy robot Bender is used to brew beer, Star Wars ASCII animator Simon Janson decided to build his own Bender to use to brew his own beer..."

Ambrosia Voyeur: "3D design artist and Filmmaker, father-to-be and fan of long titles extraordinaire, Transfatty, aka Patrick O'Brien...The DVD is clips from his forthcoming film, October 5, 1974, his ongoing personal documentary about his journey to the end with ALS."

homunculus: "The Visual Image of Chemistry: Perspectives from the History of Art and Science."

madamjujujive: "The Pardoner's Tale - adapted to rap by Baba Brinkman, who has been rapping Chaucer tales for a few years now..."

wallstreet1929: "This isn't 1998. There's no model for what's happening now in the housing and mortgage industries. 116 mortgage lenders have imploded since 2006. 11 hedge funds have imploded in just the last couple months. Time to warm up the helicopters?"

Let me just state for the record that, much as I like cricket, silly plastic eyes, popular search engines, and unfathomably large numbers, I, for one, refuse to follow this rule.
posted by googly at 6:46 AM on August 13, 2007


So, uh, I shouldn't post this?
posted by cortex (staff) at 6:51 AM on August 13, 2007


Man had created the thing in his own image - or rather in the image of his favorite character in fiction. I laughed till the tears ran down my cheeks.
posted by prostyle at 6:52 AM on August 13, 2007


There goes my To Kill a Mockingbird post.
posted by boo_radley at 6:56 AM on August 13, 2007 [8 favorites]


I think you're really reaching for most of those.
posted by Wolfdog at 7:00 AM on August 13, 2007


Aw, crap. You found us out.

Smart Dalek: "...The creators of Roomba and Scooba have released a barebones version. Add-on software from Microsoft is available, should more ambitious types decide to pair iRobot's tech with LEGO MindStorms pieces."
posted by Smart Dalek at 7:01 AM on August 13, 2007


I'm stuck.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 7:01 AM on August 13, 2007


Have a few of mine, Brandon. I can't help it.
posted by mediareport at 7:04 AM on August 13, 2007


The explanation is that people choose their usernames based on topics/items/popculture that interest them. So naturally at some point in a Mefite's posting career, a post will be eponysterical!

(That being said, I have no plans to post about typewriters, though I do like them.)
posted by typewriter at 7:05 AM on August 13, 2007


Eponysterical is not a word. It's an irritating meme that they made up over at metachat. My guess is that nobody cares about it except for the people who like to point out when things are "eponysterical."
posted by Afroblanco at 7:08 AM on August 13, 2007 [5 favorites]


Eponysterical is not a word.

It is a word. You just used it in a sentence.
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 7:11 AM on August 13, 2007 [28 favorites]


My guess is that nobody cares about beer except for the people who like to drink, brew, or discuss it.

My point being that your observation is tautological.
posted by Plutor at 7:11 AM on August 13, 2007 [3 favorites]


Saying 'eponysterical' embiggens us all, Afroblanco.
posted by 0xFCAF at 7:17 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


Saying 'eponysterical' embiggens us all, Afroblanco.

What a perfectly cromulent thing to say.
posted by ALongDecember at 7:18 AM on August 13, 2007 [3 favorites]


"Eponysterical" doesn't mean "eponymous". It means "eponymous, AND hysterical". I must be missing the big humour, because none of those posts seemed riotously funny to me.
posted by Bugbread at 7:23 AM on August 13, 2007 [2 favorites]


It is a word. You just used it in a sentence.

That is a very cromulent observation, Jess.
posted by Afroblanco at 7:31 AM on August 13, 2007


(jinx, ALongDecember!)
posted by Afroblanco at 7:32 AM on August 13, 2007


I'm going to print up some cards that say "Nothing in this sentence is a word." and start handing 'em out to see who loses their shit.

Also, I don't know if bugbread is taking the piss or if he's actually wrong, because I disagree with his analysis and yet he's been wrong about things less in my direct experience than pretty much anyone else I've ever met.
posted by cortex (staff) at 7:42 AM on August 13, 2007


aiiii! I posted about climate change
posted by infini at 7:46 AM on August 13, 2007


cortex writes "Also, I don't know if bugbread is taking the piss or if he's actually wrong, because I disagree with his analysis and yet he's been wrong about things less in my direct experience than pretty much anyone else I've ever met."

I was being serious. So either:
  • I was right, you knew it, so you were taking the piss.
  • I was right, you didn't know it, so you were being serious.
  • I was wrong, you knew it, so you were...well, I dunno.
  • I was wrong, you didn't know it, so you were being serious.
I never figured a discussion about eponystericality would be the most confusing thing for me on MeFi.

Head hurting just trying to figure it out
posted by Bugbread at 7:52 AM on August 13, 2007


And yet I have not once posted about a DJ.
posted by The Deej at 8:02 AM on August 13, 2007


Option three, with a qualification (see below). I'm firmly in Well I Dunno territory this morning, by all indications. Not enough sleep, probably.

"Eponysterical" is idiomatic—your breakdown of its meaning is good-naturedly wrong, because its meaning cannot be cleanly deduced from its form as you proposed above any more than "every dog has its day" can be taken as a statement about calendars. Nothing about the common local usage suggests that a post itself has to be hysterical.

Qualification, because I've had some coffee now: it may be that when you say this:

none of those posts seemed riotously funny to me

You mean not (a) to discount the claims of eponysteria on the basis that the post material itself was not hysterical, as I originally read you, but (b) to discount that the juxtaposition of post material and handle was hysterical, which is a fair cop for some of those. If it's the latter, I apologize for the confusion.

Of course, how genuinely hysterical a juxtapostion has to be to qualify as "eponysterical" is an argument of its own—I think one could reasonable argue that the aptness of the juxtaposition is paramount, and the notion of outright hystericalness is damped some what in subordinance to that, hence my claim that the phrase is idomatic rather than literal.

More coffee now. Sorry.

posted by cortex (staff) at 8:04 AM on August 13, 2007


Jeez. Tough crowd. Here's my rewrite:

Whilst idly perusing the front page of metafilter, I happened to notice that, in some cases, the content of a front page post was in some way related to the username of the person who posted this. Below, I have appended some examples that I found particularly amusing. Let me hasten to add that:

(1) The relationship between content and username is admittedly a subjective evaluation, and in some cases (homunculus and a chemistry-related post, for example) the connection may be quite tenuous.

(2) Similarly, I freely admit that some of these connections - likely because of their subjective nature - may be amusing only to me, and may strike other MeFites as quite pedestrian or far-fetched. I would be happy to provide a detailed explications of any of the connections to anyone desiring one.

(3) Also related, I freely acknowledge that these apparent connections may be of interest only to me, and to no-one else, and thus my posting may constitute an unnecessary waste of time to that large majority who have absolutely no interest in this topic. While I humbly submit that this quality does not distinguish my post from any other post on any other section of Metafilter, I do recognize that it is an inherent flaw and do beg the forgiveness of those whose time I may have wasted.

(4) While it would be interesting to identify a single term in wide usage that adequately expressed this (admittedly subjective) relationship - juxtapostition? reFPPlexive? eponycontentandusernamearetenuouslyrelatedous? - to do so may ignite a vitriolic snarkfest on the appropriate definition and application of said word, which would be counterproductive to my intended goal of providing light Monday-morning amusement.

Nevertheless, and given all of these qualifications, I hope that some small subset of MeFites might find these juxtapositions mildly amusing, and the much larger set of MeFites who do not will not be too troubled by the 15 seconds wasted in looking at my post. Thus I do humbly submit, for your consideration and possible amusement, this group of posts.
posted by googly at 8:05 AM on August 13, 2007 [6 favorites]


Of course, how genuinely hysterical a juxtapostion has to be to qualify as "eponysterical" is an argument of its own
It's not a constant cutoff; it's inversely proportional to the square of number of times the phrase has been used. A special case of the Meme-Humor Theorem [F. Kutya, 2001].
posted by Wolfdog at 8:08 AM on August 13, 2007


Inversely, directly, whatever.
posted by Wolfdog at 8:08 AM on August 13, 2007


Afroblanco writes "It's an irritating meme that they made up over at metachat."

Specifically.
posted by Mitheral at 8:09 AM on August 13, 2007


juxtapostition?

Ha! Irratatingly clever, that.
posted by cortex (staff) at 8:09 AM on August 13, 2007


cortex writes "You mean not (a) to discount the claims of eponysteria on the basis that the post material itself was not hysterical, as I originally read you, but (b) to discount that the juxtaposition of post material and handle was hysterical, which is a fair cop for some of those. If it's the latter, I apologize for the confusion."

Yeah, I meant the latter. Whew!

googly writes "eponycontentandusernamearetenuouslyrelatedous"

It's like some alternate history where the Nazis won WWII and English has become thoroughly Germanicised ^_^
posted by Bugbread at 8:14 AM on August 13, 2007


It is a word. You just used it in a sentence.

Blorg nark obfuscue.
posted by y2karl at 8:16 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


All these quibbles with Afroblanco miss the sense of what he was trying to say, which is, "I hate it when people have a good time that I disapprove of, with very big values for disapprove."

To which I say, "bacon salt!"
posted by OmieWise at 8:16 AM on August 13, 2007


Chew with mouth closed, man.

Yeah, I meant the latter. Whew!

Righto. Back on "never wrong about anything" list.
posted by cortex (staff) at 8:17 AM on August 13, 2007


googly writes "eponycontentandusernamearetenuouslyrelatedous"

It's like some alternate history where the Nazis won WWII and English has become thoroughly Germanicised ^_^


Indeed. And the word order would have to be all jumbled up in some obscure way that I am not sufficiently fluent to figure out....
posted by googly at 8:22 AM on August 13, 2007


My guess is that nobody cares about beer except for the people who like to drink, brew, or discuss it.

My point being that your observation is tautological.


My point is that, unless the aforementioned posters (chuckdarwin, Astro Zombie, madamjujujive) are part of the select group of people who feels the need to beat us over the head with this retarded meme, they probably were not aware that their posts were "eponysterical."
posted by Afroblanco at 8:26 AM on August 13, 2007


LOL EPONYSTERIANS!!!!!
posted by The Deej at 8:30 AM on August 13, 2007


they probably were not aware that their posts were "eponysterical."

A completely pointless observation, unless you feel that, say, the word "prose" cannot be used to describe the work of anyone who is not aware that they are writing prose.

We get it, you don't like the word "eponysterical." How many times do you need to repeat it?
posted by languagehat at 8:36 AM on August 13, 2007


Adelaide, 1977. John Dowler (vocals), Mark Kohler (drums), Andrew Richards (bass), Mike Jones (guitar) and Mark Carroll (guitar) form Young Modern. One year later they release their debut single - "She's Got the Money"/"Automatic" (Top Gear) - a mighty fine slice of power pop heaven. Their future looks bright, so they move to Sydney. In 1979 they disband. [more inside]

You can't keep a good thing down, though. 2005 Aztec Music rereleased their posthumous LP "Play Faster" [mp3 samples] and eventually Young Modern regrouped. And earlier this year a CD called "How Insensitive" hit the shelves and fans of fresh and adorable pop tunes rejoiced. Young Modern are back and if you are a fan of, say, Hoodoo Gurus you owe it to yourself to check them out.

And, oh yeah, Young Modern once dubbed themselves the "ultimate suburban band".
posted by soundofsuburbia at 8:39 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


languagehat : The question was "are we now required to make 'eponysterical' posts?" My answer was, "the people you refer to were probably not aware that their posts were 'eponysterical'" Seemed pretty straightforward.

Anyway, I'm not trying to pick on the 'eponysterical' crowd too much. The whole meme is just an example of people being silly and repetitive when they think that they're being clever. However, a lot of internet 'humor' fits into this category, so I guess it's unfair for me to single out 'eponysterical.'
posted by Afroblanco at 8:42 AM on August 13, 2007


I don't have a dog.
posted by found dog one eye at 8:45 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I've never made a post about The Muppets.
But there's time.
posted by The Esteemed Doctor Bunsen Honeydew at 8:54 AM on August 13, 2007


Metafilter: Just an example of people being silly and repetitive when they think that they're being clever.
posted by ThePinkSuperhero at 9:04 AM on August 13, 2007 [3 favorites]


Metafilter: Just an example of people being silly and repetitive when they think that they're being clever.
posted by YoBananaBoy at 9:11 AM on August 13, 2007 [5 favorites]


I don't have a dog.

I've got a snake with one eye though. If you're feeling lonely, I could put a collar on it and let you take it walkies.
posted by PeterMcDermott at 9:12 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I'm actually pretty conformist :)
posted by aberrant at 9:14 AM on August 13, 2007


I might just be shooting my mouth off, but I for one find it mildly amusing.
posted by JohnnyGunn at 9:24 AM on August 13, 2007


Whilst the word "eponysterical" may be a delightful portmanteau to some, and an irritating meme to others, it is a neologism that describes a phenomenon that has been remarked upon elsewhere. ie. it's not just a Metachat thing. The New Scientist, for instance, has long entertained me with its ongoing investigations into nominative determinism in the sciences. You want to see an irritating meme? -------> ^.
posted by nowonmai at 9:26 AM on August 13, 2007


I assumed eponysterical meant "amusingly or unexpectedly eponymous," or eponymous-ish, anyway. The thing is, people choose both their nicknames and their posts based on their interests, so in many of these cases, it's not unexpected in the least. The wallstreet1929 contribution, for example, suggests that perhaps he's interested in the behavior of the stock market. Most of these are along those lines.

Or on belated preview, what typewriter wrote. Hey wait! Epon-- never mind.
posted by George_Spiggott at 9:33 AM on August 13, 2007


DUDE, I like Greek mythology, fruit salad, kinky sexy stuff, and media theory. That is weird! (Considering mere soundalike-ness to my given name was the source of this handle, it's true.)
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 9:57 AM on August 13, 2007


And *I* really am a superhero, with super powers SO GREAT, I manage to refrain from posting about superhero-related topics.
posted by ThePinkSuperhero at 9:59 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I like snow.
posted by yeti at 10:05 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]



Blorg nark obfuscue.


Is that you Dad?
posted by klaatu at 10:11 AM on August 13, 2007


I need to get to the hospital RIGHT NOW.
posted by robocop is bleeding at 10:12 AM on August 13, 2007


I like bees.
posted by deborah at 10:16 AM on August 13, 2007


Are we now required to do eponysterical front page posts?

If that's the case, I can't wait to see what faint of butt comes up with.
posted by sephira at 10:24 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I haven't got one.
posted by klue at 10:29 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I'm looking forward to Afroblanco's post about Art Garfunkel.
posted by Fuzzy Monster at 10:34 AM on August 13, 2007


There. Can I be done now?
posted by grateful at 10:37 AM on August 13, 2007


My junk's on fire, but I'm looking for a blanket.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 10:38 AM on August 13, 2007 [3 favorites]


It's like some alternate history where the Nazis won WWII and English has become thoroughly Germanicised ^_^
posted by bugbread at 8:14 AM on August 13



oooh you made a turtledove!
posted by infini at 10:49 AM on August 13, 2007


Does this mean I can't make a post about snow? It really is extraordinary stuff - please?

thatwhichfalls
fallslikesnow
posted by thatwhichfalls at 11:27 AM on August 13, 2007


Hey you guys, I've brought a large map representing the sea without the least vestige of land. You're going to be much pleased when you find it to be a map you can all understand.
posted by The Bellman at 11:28 AM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


someone mention turtles?
posted by terrapin at 11:31 AM on August 13, 2007


The question was "are we now required to make 'eponysterical' posts?" My answer was, "the people you refer to were probably not aware that their posts were 'eponysterical'" Seemed pretty straightforward.

Fair enough, except that (as I'm sure you know) it was not an actual question, just a clever way to introduce the topic that there had been a lot of such posts recently. You may disagree both with the "clever" and with the "a lot," but those are separate issues; it seems to me your answer was as rhetorical as the question, just a way to enter into the record your distaste for the word. In any event, I didn't mean to come off as hostile as I did; sorry about that.
posted by languagehat at 11:57 AM on August 13, 2007


I need a drink.
posted by lagavulin at 12:05 PM on August 13, 2007


While I am in awe of his abilities (anapestic, trochaic AND iambic tetrameter!), I will not be doing a post on the illustrious Theodor Geisel.
posted by 1f2frfbf at 12:13 PM on August 13, 2007


Why me, too ?
posted by y2karl at 12:15 PM on August 13, 2007


Now might be the time to post this.
posted by procrastination at 12:46 PM on August 13, 2007


I don't get it.
posted by vapidave at 1:14 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


Nothing in this sentence is a word.

'Nothing' is, in fact, a word.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 1:48 PM on August 13, 2007


I got nothin'.
posted by ardgedee at 1:49 PM on August 13, 2007


Navel-gazing at its very worst.
posted by Kwantsar at 1:55 PM on August 13, 2007


'Nothing' is, in fact, a word.

I wish you were stavrosthewanderchicken.
posted by cortex (staff) at 1:55 PM on August 13, 2007


skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo skidoo
posted by 23skidoo at 2:10 PM on August 13, 2007


psst. look at this beauty.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 2:28 PM on August 13, 2007


I could make a post about king arthur, I suppose, but I will point out that in a google search, I beat him. We're both beaten by some architecture firm though.

Also, I coined the name independently of that latinization, just because I liked the sound of it.
posted by Arturus at 2:37 PM on August 13, 2007


By law, I am only allowed to do posts about alcohol, space, pirates, zombies, or some subsection of any of th above.
posted by Astro Zombie at 2:38 PM on August 13, 2007


Just wait until Thanksgiving.
posted by Cranberry at 2:45 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


Man, I know nothing about Catholicism or feminist magazines.

Is it close enough if I just keep talking about how holier than thou I am?
posted by Ms. Saint at 3:02 PM on August 13, 2007


Nuts!
posted by sciurus at 3:24 PM on August 13, 2007


I'm absolutely astounded by this.
posted by misha at 3:26 PM on August 13, 2007


Sounds indecent.
posted by phoque at 3:41 PM on August 13, 2007


What a lovely chapeau.
posted by SassHat at 3:42 PM on August 13, 2007


I'm actually never wrong. I'm also not very talkative.
posted by loquacious at 3:54 PM on August 13, 2007


I do not think I have done any posts on suicide bombing or parachuting.
posted by Meatbomb at 4:04 PM on August 13, 2007


Dude, everything I ever post, FP or notFP, is Eponysterical.
posted by signal at 4:33 PM on August 13, 2007


Okay, nothing in this thread makes any sense to me whatsoever. Can somebody please post a definition of eponysterical, without making some sort of pun or comedic reverse and making me look like a fool?
posted by tehloki at 4:34 PM on August 13, 2007


tricksy, that
posted by cortex (staff) at 4:42 PM on August 13, 2007


languagehat - it's cool. I was probably coming off as more hostile towards the eponysterical thing then I meant to.

There's just something about the repetitive nature of internet humor that rubs me the wrong way. I guess I'd probably experience the same phenomenon if I watched late night talk shows.
posted by Afroblanco at 4:54 PM on August 13, 2007


Are we doing this again?
posted by Partial Law at 5:01 PM on August 13, 2007


signal: you should make a throwaway account "noise" and make the same claim.
posted by boo_radley at 5:06 PM on August 13, 2007


this thread is weeaboorific!
posted by vronsky at 5:24 PM on August 13, 2007


Can somebody please post a definition of eponysterical, without making some sort of pun or comedic reverse and making me look like a fool?
Look up, you fool.
posted by dg at 5:30 PM on August 13, 2007


Navel-gazing at its very worst.
posted by Kwantsar at 1:55 PM on August 13


If your navel can gaze at your wurst you need to either put on some trousers or calm down.
posted by George_Spiggott at 5:32 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I'm going to kill you all for this thread.
posted by Avenger at 6:27 PM on August 13, 2007


Liquorice risk to men's sex life.

I'm not surprised.
posted by liquorice at 6:27 PM on August 13, 2007


I'm really not quite myself these days.
posted by YamwotIam at 6:51 PM on August 13, 2007


Every single one of my FPPs is eponysterical.
posted by longtime_lurker at 7:10 PM on August 13, 2007


*whimper*
posted by milquetoast at 7:20 PM on August 13, 2007 [2 favorites]


I was going to post something about Colonel Klink, but he's more harmless than evil. If you overlook the Nazi part, that is.
posted by evilcolonel at 7:40 PM on August 13, 2007


Help, I can't stop being eponysterical!
posted by Help, I can't stop talking! at 8:35 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


afu
posted by afu at 9:21 PM on August 13, 2007


*eats afroblanco*
posted by taz at 10:11 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


I got dibs on NewsFiltering the next terrorist attack.

Or if they announce a movie based on "The Tick".
posted by evilmidnightbomberwhatbombsatmidnight at 11:00 PM on August 13, 2007 [1 favorite]


You know, they call Alabama the Crimson Tide.
posted by Deacon Blues at 11:03 PM on August 13, 2007


I have never actually eaten pancakes, flapjacks, crepes, okonomiaki or any variants thereof at midnight, as far as I can recall.
posted by flapjax at midnite at 11:13 PM on August 13, 2007


I am not Greek. I am not named Stavros. I am not a chicken. I am pretty wonderful, though.

Actually, the given name 'Stavros' (Σταυρος) means 'cross' in Greek, and refers to the crucifixion. The 'wonder' and 'chicken' bits then let us read the nickname as a heretical commentary on the final days of Jesus, or possibly a reference to the psychology of fear, which crucifies us on metaphorical crosses of our own making. Or both.

Actually, not really. The story I tell on my profile is true. It was just a brain fart (probably spurred by the memory of one of my great friends when I lived in Greece, the owner of the Irish bars on Mykonos, Paros and Naxos, Stavros Akritides).

What were we talking about again?
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 12:11 AM on August 14, 2007


Wow, this post was eponysterical. This guy had the same name as the site he linked to!
posted by Eideteker at 3:44 AM on August 14, 2007


It could be a word, but maybe it's not.
posted by or at 4:54 AM on August 14, 2007


It could be a word, but maybe it's not.

Word.
posted by flapjax at midnite at 6:14 AM on August 14, 2007


That's it. I'm doing a post about Hun warriors.
posted by katillathehun at 8:21 AM on August 14, 2007


Hey, these were supposed to be mine!
posted by designbot at 9:17 AM on August 14, 2007


Zug zug
posted by Skorgu at 10:05 AM on August 14, 2007


Actually, this is not I.
posted by GrammarMoses at 11:33 AM on August 14, 2007


I can't believe I just read every comment in this thread.
posted by slogger at 11:59 AM on August 14, 2007


I suppose I have to find a link about teleportation now.
posted by brundlefly at 12:22 PM on August 14, 2007


I especially liked how stavros assured us he is NOT a chicken.

I always wondered
posted by misha at 2:56 PM on August 14, 2007


Me next! Me next!
posted by spikeleemajortomdickandharryconnickjrmints at 9:11 PM on August 14, 2007


I was going to comment, but instead I'll just lurk.
posted by bystander at 11:04 PM on August 14, 2007


Whistle while you lurk!
posted by flapjax at midnite at 12:39 AM on August 15, 2007


Oh, here I am late to the party again. I'm just glad commenting hasn't been cut off yet.
posted by Sk4n at 9:34 AM on August 21, 2007


I don't even know what a mulp is.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 8:42 PM on August 26, 2007


This looks like a good thread, but it's really making everything worse.
posted by Schlimmbesserung at 11:22 PM on August 26, 2007 [1 favorite]


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