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(New York Daily News)   You're supposed to put the lime in the coconut, not the coke in the lime, you nut   (nydailynews.com) divider line 34
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2013-08-31 09:28:28 PM  
Good one subby, I lolled.
 
2013-08-31 09:31:53 PM  
Call the doctor in the morning.
 
2013-08-31 09:32:52 PM  
Meanwhile, the 50 ton shipment of coke hidden inside oranges made it safely into the country.
 
2013-08-31 09:33:23 PM  
Get it straight, man.

i1214.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-31 09:37:38 PM  
But what about my bellyache?
 
2013-08-31 09:40:15 PM  

schoolbread: Meanwhile, the 50 ton shipment of coke hidden inside oranges made it safely into the country.


static.cinemagia.ro

Were they blue?
 
2013-08-31 09:44:31 PM  
H. O. T. Y.
 
2013-08-31 09:45:35 PM  
Nailed it
 
2013-08-31 09:52:14 PM  
Suspect was overheard saying, "This'll make a great Fark headline!"
 
2013-08-31 10:01:49 PM  
In case you missed the reference...
i39.tinypic.com
 
2013-08-31 10:10:42 PM  
+1 internets for subby
 
2013-08-31 10:18:54 PM  
Awesome, subby. Love it.
 
2013-08-31 10:22:14 PM  
Hope subby didn't suffer any fatigue after lifting the headline from the first sentence of the article.
 
2013-08-31 10:28:55 PM  
That's a lot of farking coke..
 
2013-08-31 10:29:02 PM  

No Soap Radio: Hope subby didn't suffer any fatigue after lifting the headline from the first sentence of the article.


I think it's more accurate to say subby repaired the first sentence of the article.
 
2013-08-31 10:30:36 PM  
I said "Doctor, ain't there nothin' I can take?"
I said "Doctor, to relieve this belly ache?"
Now lemme get this straight
 
2013-08-31 10:33:10 PM  
www.theblindcard.com
 
2013-08-31 10:38:56 PM  
OK I admit it.  Even being a Harry fan I never understood lime in the coconut.  Anyone want to explain it to an old fark?


Please keep it (sorta) SFW.  I'm at work and when I get home there might be grand kids....
 
2013-08-31 10:41:24 PM  
That's the only way anyone will get me to do tequila shots.
 
2013-08-31 11:21:15 PM  

Quantum Apostrophe: schoolbread: Meanwhile, the 50 ton shipment of coke hidden inside oranges made it safely into the country.



Were they blue?


Never heard of this film before today. Will be watching it this evening.

/thanks
//feel like the only American that likes Tintin.
 
2013-08-31 11:21:39 PM  
Baron Samedi unimpressed.
www.poplifeart.com
 
2013-08-31 11:36:44 PM  
triptheory:

Never heard of this film before today. Will be watching it this evening.

The Spielberg/Peter Jackson mess? God no. Stick with the books.

/got all of 'em, most in French too
//did you know  Hergé was a blatant racist and Nazi collaborator?
 
2013-09-01 12:04:04 AM  
Do you still drink 'em both up?
 
2013-09-01 12:07:23 AM  
I was referring to Blue Oranges.

I enjoyed the Spielberg movie. It wasn't terrible. I grew up on the books, but it didn't offend me at all.

I still have all of mine as well. Only one I have in French is Congo, but I have a translated version of the newspaper strips.

I don't know enough about him to speak of any racism, but he did write for a publication that collaborated, yes. He was also a know neutralist, and King Ottokar's Sceptre could be seen as anti-fascist/nazi. I don't think it's so cut & dry.

/check out Adventures of Hergé by Bocquet & Fromental if you haven't already.
 
2013-09-01 12:09:43 AM  
Sorry for threadjacking...
 
2013-09-01 12:34:47 AM  
They can put a go-cart on Mars but they can't breed a coconut with the lime already in. I blame Christian fundamentalism. They're really done a job on the teaching of biology.

Somebody should breed a plant that grows margaritas.

In Terry Pratchett's fantasy novel, The Last Continent, the wizards go to the continent of XXXX (pronounce Fourecks) to get Rincewind back for some reason, and they discover the island where the God of Evolution lives.

They also discover that evolution works on teleological principles such as are often used to explain it (badly) to children and other non-scientists.

For example, plants are busy evolving to propagate their seeds by being useful to animals such as humans. One bush learns overnight how to grow cigarettes. Meanwhile the God of Evolution is found fussing about his beloved beetles (see J.B.S. Haldane) and inventing an elephant with wheels.

It's every dumb joke you've ever heard about evolution. I wouldn't be surprsed if they didn't have ducks with crocodile heads.

XXXX is, of course, the Discworld version of Australia. They hold boat races on dried up river beds with the boats carried by the racers, unlike Ankh-Morpork, which holds its boat race on the river itself, which is so polluted you can run on it. If you run too slowly, it will eat your shoes.
 
2013-09-01 12:42:18 AM  

triptheory: Never heard of this film before today. Will be watching it this evening.


There is also Tintin et le mystère de la Toison d'Or. They're not the greatest movies but they have nostalgia value for me.
 
2013-09-01 12:42:34 AM  
I just wanna plug the documentary "Who is Harry Nilsson, and Why Is Everyone Talkin' About Him?" that you can stream on Netflix.  Good stuff.

/you're breakin' my heart
//you're tearin' it apart
///so fark you
 
2013-09-01 12:52:01 AM  

MBooda: Baron Samedi unimpressed.
[www.poplifeart.com image 333x255]Tha UN-Cola!

img.photobucket.com

                             Simply Marvelous !

Bwaaahahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXmc7DG4uu8
 
2013-09-01 01:32:14 AM  
 
2013-09-01 03:22:58 AM  

jfarkinB: No Soap Radio: Hope subby didn't suffer any fatigue after lifting the headline from the first sentence of the article.

I think it's more accurate to say subby repaired the first sentence of the article.


No, I am pretty sure the first sentence was correct and exactly what the writer intended.
 
2013-09-01 07:08:19 AM  
Did it relieve his belly ache?

/I said "A WOOO HOOO HOOO"
 
2013-09-01 11:18:15 AM  
way late, but awesome headline subby :)
 
2013-09-01 02:31:57 PM  

No Soap Radio: Hope subby didn't suffer any fatigue after lifting the headline from the first sentence of the article.


Subby saw this story on TV, Googled it and submitted the first link that came up.  I was a little surprised that nobody beat me to it.

The fatigue came from lifting "you nut" from the Coke ad.

/subby
//first greenlight that wasn't shameless self promotion
 
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