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17 Comments on *badum-Schee!*

  1. “One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas I’ll never know.” ~ Groucho Marx

  2. “My dogs on bikes were chasing people.”

    “My dogs were chasing people on bikes.”

    Neither sentence is ambiguous.

    “people on bikes” (clause) is the object the dogs (subject) were chasing (verb).

  3. @Gozer The Grammarian OCTOBER 17, 2021 AT 12:55 AM

    You’re talkin’ all gay and shit. What’s wrong with you?

  4. One night I thought it would be a good idea to see how many tequila shots I could do in an hour. Bad idea. I wound up blowing chunks all night…

    …chunks was my dog.

  5. The popo said my dogs were chasing people in cars.
    Yeah, I taught my dogs to drive.
    But, I didn’t teach then to steal cars.

  6. In our local newspaper: “A man hit a deer in his car.”
    Was the deer in the deer’s car?
    Was the deer in the man’s car?
    Did the man hit the deer with his fist?

    I’m so confused!
    (Vinnie Barbarino)

    izlamo delenda est …

  7. “I met a man with a wooden leg named Wilson.”

    “What was the name of his other leg?”
    (Disney movie from long ago)

    izlamo delenda est …


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