August 25, 2008

Guest Post Trickery

So, yeah, I'm tired and not quite back from the Pacific Northwest. As I teased earlier, I'm going to try to trick Us and Them into leaving a long comment here so that it seems like a guest post. I've added some cliche' Canadian pop culture imagery below, in the hopes it riles them up enough to whip up a clever comeback. If you don't notice anything in the comments section of this post, stop by Us and Them to see if they've posted, or retaliated there. Seriously. Captain Dumbass and Supreme Leader are funny. I fully expect to be called out on this at some point. I'll try to prepare myself.






*UPDATE* Here's the guest post I tricked The Captain into doing for me. I've copied this from the comments section here on this post. Enjoy! He's hilarious. I'm tired.


Captain Dumbass said...
Oh, Steenky Bee, how could I not respond to this? Let me wipe a few tears away first, and shake away those strange feeling I got looking at that suggestive Celine photo...Look, you've distracted me from posting something on my own page and I only have 15 minutes left before I start work. Oh well, you're worth it, Steenky. And I hope it's ok if I call yo Steenky. After all, you've been hold up in the wilds of Oregon for a week now and... well, you're home now.And thank goodness you're home! Regale us with stories of the Pacific North West, Big Foot and... what do they do in Oregon? I was in Portland once but all I remember is a hell of a lot of bridges. And a girl I didn't get lucky with. Oregon sucks.I heard today that the Beijing Olympics cost China $40 billion dollars. Wow. Well, kudos to China, it looked like $40 billion dollars. Let me apologise to the rest of the world for the next Olympics in Vancouver. We don't have $40 to spend on the Winter Games. Well, I'm sure we do have $40 billion dollars, but we're not a communist country so the government can't just decided to take everybody's money to pay for it. Well... ok, I am getting taxed up the ass for it, but I'm one tax payer in a country of 30 million people as opposed to one in a billion and a half. Our opening ceremonies (ceremonys?) will be held in BC Place stadium. It was built for Expo '86. Last year the inflatible roof collapsed. Oh ya, and Vancouver, while it is in Canada is also in the most temperate part of Canada. It maybe snows here twice a year. When it does snow the streets decend into chaos. Very entertaining for people who grew up in the other 99% of the country where it snows for real.
August 25, 2008 9:06 AM


Captain Dumbass said...
Ok, so that blue button that says 'preview' so doesn't work. If it did there would be a few less spelling mistakes, a few extra words here and there and maybe a few more paragraphs as well. Ok, I have to pretend to work for a little while, but I might be back.
August 25, 2008 9:09 AM

9 comments:

Captain Dumbass said...

Oh, Steenky Bee, how could I not respond to this? Let me wipe a few tears away first, and shake away those strange feeling I got looking at that suggestive Celine photo...

Look, you've distracted me from posting something on my own page and I only have 15 minutes left before I start work. Oh well, you're worth it, Steenky. And I hope it's ok if I call yo Steenky. After all, you've been hold up in the wilds of Oregon for a week now and... well, you're home now.

And thank goodness you're home! Regale us with stories of the Pacific North West, Big Foot and... what do they do in Oregon? I was in Portland once but all I remember is a hell of a lot of bridges. And a girl I didn't get lucky with. Oregon sucks.

I heard today that the Beijing Olympics cost China $40 billion dollars. Wow. Well, kudos to China, it looked like $40 billion dollars. Let me apologise to the rest of the world for the next Olympics in Vancouver. We don't have $40 to spend on the Winter Games. Well, I'm sure we do have $40 billion dollars, but we're not a communist country so the government can't just decided to take everybody's money to pay for it. Well... ok, I am getting taxed up the ass for it, but I'm one tax payer in a country of 30 million people as opposed to one in a billion and a half. Our opening ceremonies (ceremonys?) will be held in BC Place stadium. It was built for Expo '86. Last year the inflatible roof collapsed.

Oh ya, and Vancouver, while it is in Canada is also in the most temperate part of Canada. It maybe snows here twice a year. When it does snow the streets decend into chaos. Very entertaining for people who grew up in the other 99% of the country where it snows for real.

Captain Dumbass said...

Ok, so that blue button that says 'preview' so doesn't work. If it did there would be a few less spelling mistakes, a few extra words here and there and maybe a few more paragraphs as well.

Ok, I have to pretend to work for a little while, but I might be back.

Ellie said...

I don't really know what anyone's talking about? Ever? But you people are funny.

supreme leader said...

I don't get this Celine hate thing. Her French stuff isn't so bad.

jenboglass said...

Sadly, it's the only thing us American's can make fun of Canada for. You have supreme health care, beautiful scenery, one of The Coreys (Well, two if you count Corey Hart) and the rest of the world likes you. If I ever have the chance to backpack through Europe, I fully intend on sewing the Canadian Flag on my backpack.

Chris Wood said...

Hmmm ... your profile says you think SOME DAY zombies may walk the earth.

Now have a look at those pictures again ....

HMMMMM!!

jenboglass said...

Chris: Upon closer inspection, Corey Haim does look a little dead behind the eyes. Nice observation.

Captain Dumbass said...

Corey Haim is Canadian? WTF?

I have a great story about back pack flags...

mae said...

i so was at expo '86. i still have my "expo ernie" stuffed robot and all of the pavillion pins on my jean jacket (i was super cool back then). awesome times.