Snarfangel: They'd better be careful. The North Koreans living on bark will be jealous of our bird-eating ways.
Mentat: And in another, a bearded, apparently homeless man waits in line for food from a street truck vendor. "This man, a former Republican candidate from Oregon, is having to get coffee made of snow from trucks," our narrator grimly intones.Please. There are no Republicans in Oregon.
sno man: Snarfangel: They'd better be careful. The North Koreans living on bark will be jealous of our bird-eating ways.And snow. American snow is yummy.
hubiestubert: You know what's sad? The real America would be far more of an indictment. and far less believable to them...
ReapTheChaos: It's Tuesday and I've got no bird, I want to know who ate my bird.
MrEricSir: In a certain sense, snow is the main ingredient in coffee.
sno man: that translation has to be off.... Too funny: there are no birds in the trees, apart from these. These birds will be eaten on Tuesday... and they are yummy. Awesome.
Gifted Many Few: It's not snow, it's risotto.
autopsybeverage: MrEricSir: In a certain sense, snow is the main ingredient in coffee.In a certain sense, hydrogen is the main ingredient in coffee.
Quantum Apostrophe: If this is real, makes you wonder why you'd need nuclear weapons to fight an enemy that eats snow and blue jays...
gameshowhost: Americans look like THIS *opens eyes really wide*
AverageAmericanGuy: Quantum Apostrophe: If this is real, makes you wonder why you'd need nuclear weapons to fight an enemy that eats snow and blue jays...They want our yummy blue jays.
walkerhound: gameshowhost: Americans look like THIS *opens eyes really wide*Go on...[www.funnyreign.com image 510x272]
EdNortonsTwin: I assumed this was a parody of some sort when I saw it a week ago.The part about being no birds, except for these in the frozen tree, which will be eaten Tuesday..."yummy". It comes off like a Comedy Central short.
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