Monday, 8 February 2010

Worst Joke Yet, No Question

Since I found out last week that I am actually a genuine Jedi with a Force Number to prove it, I've been wondering where I'm going to dry my Jedi robes once they've been washed after a hard day defending the Republic.

Turns out Sainsbury's have just the thing.


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  1. Normally the response to such a blatant display of geekiness would be "you need to get out more". In your case it's probably better to suggest more time in a darkened room with velour covered seats, and an annoying woman behind trying to open a quality street really slowly.....keep you off the streets anyway.

    Ms So So Jeans.

    PS I went to see the Princess and the Frog on Saturday (it's a long, sad story) and there were some interestng issues. Inter-racial marriage (that was admitedly called off, but I can't imagine that went down well in America) and a not quite flattering portrayal of a Bayou resident. All with Oprah's approval though....Best bit was the little 5 year old boy behind me telling him it was the best film he'd ever seen. When do boys lose that innocence and turn in to smelly, hairy geeks?

  2. I'm not familiar with this "getting out" of which you speak. I don't like the sound of it to be honest.

    Boys are born with the smelly, hairy geek gene, it's just a matter of how well the women in their lives suppress it. Damn you, womankind!

  3. We are only making you the best you can be, and you know it. Not sure it's worth all the pain though.

    oh, and best news of the day :-
    Romantic drama Dear John has knocked sci-fi epic Avatar off the top spot in the North American box office chart.

    The film, starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried as lovers whose romance is curtailed by the 11 September attacks, took $32.4m (£20.6m).

    James Cameron's Avatar took $23.6m (£15.2m) after seven weeks at number one, raising its domestic total to $630.1m (£405m).

    John Travolta film From Paris With Love opened at three with $8.1m (£5.2m).

    Dear John, based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, had not been expected to surpass the other-worldly epic but performed considerably better than its estimated box office figure of $20m (£12.8m).

    Real people are better than blue ones!!!
    Ms So So Jeans

  4. I LIKE blue people ;}~

  5. I have a worse sci fi joke.
    Q: What do you call a bloke with three balls?
    A: ET - The Extra Testical

  6. And even worse.
    In space no one can hear you fart.