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Does anyone remember that show from the mid-80s about the blonde guy who kinda resembled Gene Wilder, who was just an ordinary Joe but he could don a cape and fly? The theme song went "Believe it or not, I'm walking on air, I never thought I could be so free -hee -hee, Flying away on a wing and a prayer, who could it be - believe it or not it's just me!" I don't remember the name but it ruled. That and "Sledge Hammer".

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Does anyone remember that show from the mid-80s about the blonde guy who kinda resembled Gene Wilder, who was just an ordinary Joe but he could don a cape and fly? The theme song went "Believe it or not, I'm walking on air, I never thought I could be so free -hee -hee, Flying away on a wing and a prayer, who could it be - believe it or not it's just me!" I don't remember the name but it ruled. That and "Sledge Hammer".

<lj-user=razzberee> reminded me of something that happened yesterday that most of you will probably not think is very funny. She mentioned something between her and her friend that is stupid but was really funny at the time (not trying to be mean!). Something like that happened to me yesterday.

See, me and the other Chris at the help desk here have this thing where we say things "are ass". That is the correct grammar for this particular running joke. Example: This oatmeal sucks. New sentence "This oatmeal is ass". So, with that in mind, the story. We were down at the cafeteria, and usually there are 3 sizes of styrofoam cups for soda. Today, the biggest cups were different. I picked one up, looked at it while Chris was standing there, and said "This is ass." I think it was mostly the delivery, but he cracked up. Which made me laugh really hard. This went on for a couple minutes. We regained our composure eventually.

Yes, we are dorks. What would you expect from 2 guys who sit less than 3 feet apart but choose to IM each other??

There was something else I meant to write but I have forgotten. I did go up and lay down at 8:30 last night because I felt sleepy watching TV and the next thing I knew it was 4 AM. I went back to sleep after a half an hour and woke up to someone knocking - at the time I wasn't sure if it was real or part of the dream, based on what I was dreaming at the time - my roommate was wondering if I still planned to take him to the airport. Oh, right. That. So he is gone for a week now. Woohoo! Place to myself. Crankin' up the tunes.

Anybody want to par-tay? :)

Currently Blasting: Metallica - ...And Justice For All

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From: mastasparkle Date: July 17th, 2001 09:08 am (UTC) (Link)
Wasn't that like Condor or something? Some bird name.
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From: mastasparkle Date: July 17th, 2001 12:57 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: NO you DORKS...

Well Gene Wilder was in a movie caled Condor or something, right?
From: mastasparkle Date: July 17th, 2001 01:01 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: NO you DORKS...

Did you know that PacMans name used to be Puck Man because he was a walking hockey puck but kids at the arcades would scratch a part of the P off turning it into Fuck Man
cleanlikegod From: cleanlikegod Date: July 18th, 2001 11:07 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: NO you DORKS...

*giggles*
jesterstear From: jesterstear Date: July 17th, 2001 01:10 pm (UTC) (Link)
Jaysis, I thought I was the only one that remembered Sledge Hammer as something other than a Peter Gabriel song. :-)

As far as what other people find funny... well, a lot of it is "You just had to be there" type humour. For example - if you mention bowling to anyone in my old gaming group, they'll double over laughing. It involves bowling w/ heads and legs after a 10 hour marathon gaming session.
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