Because we're just rolling in the funny this week.
andy: they're always out to get my lucky charms
andy: let's wait until it's perfect.
amy: nobody likes a perfectionist.
andy: that would explain the horse's head.
andy: did you know that the disciples of the buddha are traditionally portrayed carrying a gem-spitting mongoose that symbolizes spiritual wealth?
andy: i learned that this weekend.
amy: begs the question of, what comes out of the other end of the mongoose?
andy: they played WoW all weekend. i didn't wear spandex once. game point: andy.
andy: eating through part of yourself != cute
andy: of course he goes with the camera crew.
andy: otherwise it would be called "stories that knoxville makes up and expects us to believe"
andy: the conservative christian embrace of irony is complete.
andy: they are in your memes, coopting your voice of rebellion
andy: all these layers of stomach-kicking indirection.
andy: at some point i feel we're losing sight of the true meaning of christmas.
about the Hasselhoff:
andy: the hoff is music in motion. i imagine his whole life as some sort of musical.
amy: he began his life as one of the van der trapp children in "the sound of music"
andy: yeah, that's pretty much how the story goes in my head.
andy: ledderhose and such.
amy: then he discovered KITT in the wilds of the alps...
andy: the image of a young german boy eating chocolate and coming across a Trans-Am in an alpine meadow has just made my week.
about Star Trek TNG:
amy: the only thing that has changed about my love of star trek over the years is which character i think is hottest
andy: girlish longings for riker replaced by womanly attention to data?
amy: riker was never really my type
andy: but there are so many of him to love.
andy: skinny riker.
andy: fat riker.
andy: bearded riker.
andy: pederast-looking riker.
amy: once i became fond of dorks, geordi really grew on me.
andy: yeah, it also helped that he calmed down later in the series.
andy: you watch the first season, and you think he probably goes down and has sex with the anti-matter containment unit when nobody is around.
andy: maybe he did, and they had a falling out. I mean, the AMCU was definitely a mod, and he was more of a rocker.
andy: data was always fly.
amy: yeah, i definitely liked data in my experienced, older man phase
amy: all few minutes of it
andy: i must have non-standards compliant lolcat browser. nothing was specified for "type", but they were displayed as type="kitten".
amy: everybody dance now?
andy: quick to the point to the point no fakin'
andy: cookin' m.c.'s like a pound of bacon.
andy: burning 'em, yeah i'm quick and nimble
andy: i go crazy when i hear a cymbal.
amy: now that you mention it, there is a certain resemblance between you and vanilla ice
andy: if [andy's last name] was a drug i'd sell it by the gram.
amy: would it kill people like that "cheese heroin" i keep seeing on CNN?
andy: if you're trying to get me to look at CNN just so that i can see paris again, good luck.
andy: i'm not falling for that crap.
andy: it's like goatse at this point.
amy: i saw that on CNN today, too
andy: i see that http://www.keeperofthegoatse.com/ is not registered.
andy: it would be a clearinghouse for all goatse pictures.
andy: "how would you find goatse pictures?" you ask.
andy: i would have people submit them.
andy: "how would you know they were real goatse pictures, and not just pictures of dogs being eaten by squirrels?"
andy: i would have another site called http://www.goatseornotgoatse.com/, where people would vote on the submissions, deciding whether they are goatse or not.
upon discovering http://omg.yahoo.com/
amy: OMG is not freaking open source
andy: wow, yahoo just pissed on my face.