i don’t get this. why does this have so many notes. does it have to do with the type of ice cream? Napoleon ice cream? Napoleon Bonaparte? is that Napoleon Bonaparte’s hand?
"Case of the Silent Songbirds" - art by Charles Paris and Jack Burnley (1947)
In which the Penguin kills himself by accident to B & R’s amusement.
"Look, chum - ‘bird on a wire’! Eh? Eh?”
"OH GOD CALL AN AMBULANCE WAAAAAK"
I HAVENT STOPPED LAUGHING AT THIS
The headquarters of Benito Mussolini and the Italian Fascist party in Italy, 1934.
The signs say “yes”, but the face says “I don’t know if I can trust another man again”
(Wonders for the umpteenth time if my somewhat confrontational habit of sarcastically teasing my friends and the like can understandably come across as genuine or malicious when applied to total strangers on an Internet forum known for its petty squabbles)
because, uh, some people on my dash hadn’t watched Gotham at the time? and while it’s common knowledge and all, i’d rather not spoil the pilot for anyone?
Hey, hey, I’m not bothered by it, nor am I attempting to tear you down at all, but this particular moment was also featured in promos and ads for the show weeks in advance. It’s been about as spoiled as it’s going to get, that’s all I’m saying.
Mothy’s Skype Conversations #4: In Which Cheesus and I Lament the Rhetorically Prone Axis of America, and Why Sometimes It’s Better to Just Put Down Your Gasoline and Walk Away
Y’all ain’t even American
In our defense, we only turned to the U.S. after exhausting all possible Euro-politics chat.
"We decided to do a social experiment to see how long people would put up with us if we pulled a bait-and-switch on them."
You mean people get angry when you pretty much cat fish them????
"Hey, I couldn’t help but notice you have a lot more badly-applied rubber on your face than I expected"