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06/02/2007 10:13:18 PM · #1
well, count me as a Canon user that found it hilarious. the outtake vid was just as funny or funnier.
06/02/2007 09:48:17 PM · #2
Originally posted by ButterflySis:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by TechnoShroom:

Originally posted by CEJ:

I must be brain dead. I didn't find it funny in the least.


You aren't the only one.


I have always prided myself in having a great sense of humour, but found this drivel rather boring. To each his own I guess.

Ray


Another unamused Canon user.

I don't know why someone would want to teach their child such language. I know it's "cute" when they pick it up by accident, but encouraging it isn't right. No wonder kids grow up to be such brats.


I agree with that. But it was so darn funny.
06/02/2007 09:31:39 PM · #3
Originally posted by boomtap:

Originally posted by Brielle:

Ok...so I almost peed myself laughing at this one...lil bit of swearing in it, so you may not want to open this in front of littles or at work.

Bwahahaha!!


So far many canon owners find it not funny, and nikon owners find it funny...imagine that.


Guess I need to buy myself a Nikon. I saw the humor in it and did laugh, although I may not agree with children being taught to use that kind of language it was pretty funny.
06/02/2007 09:31:07 PM · #4
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by TechnoShroom:

Originally posted by CEJ:

I must be brain dead. I didn't find it funny in the least.


You aren't the only one.


I have always prided myself in having a great sense of humour, but found this drivel rather boring. To each his own I guess.

Ray


Another unamused Canon user.

I don't know why someone would want to teach their child such language. I know it's "cute" when they pick it up by accident, but encouraging it isn't right. No wonder kids grow up to be such brats.
06/02/2007 08:56:06 PM · #5
Originally posted by Brielle:

Ok...so I almost peed myself laughing at this one...lil bit of swearing in it, so you may not want to open this in front of littles or at work.

Bwahahaha!!


So far many canon owners find it not funny, and nikon owners find it funny...imagine that.
06/02/2007 08:46:24 PM · #6
Originally posted by buzzrock:

The Landlord not funny at all.
Cowbell is classic Ferrell, Hilarity.


Landlord not funny, and I'm not really a fan of Ferrell.

I liked Christopher Walken though.
06/02/2007 08:33:38 PM · #7
That was funny. I am not drunk, I am buzzed.
06/02/2007 07:45:00 PM · #8
The Landlord not funny at all.
Cowbell is classic Ferrell, Hilarity.
06/02/2007 07:00:20 PM · #9
Originally posted by pawdrix:

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Now you are showing off, Steve! :-)
06/02/2007 06:55:21 PM · #10
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06/02/2007 06:52:29 PM · #11
Originally posted by pawdrix:

Needs maw Cowbell!

Absolutely brilliant - a favourite track with that certain something "extra" - ROFLMAO
06/02/2007 06:45:06 PM · #12
Needs maw Cowbell!
04/28/2007 08:52:56 PM · #13
Originally posted by JeffDay:

Originally posted by Rebecca:

On the Alec Baldwin question:

It's Reality vs. Make Believe. It's the same reason the rapping granny in The Wedding Singer is funny - generational anachronism.

Everyone knows the little girl was being coached just off camera. No one was being mean to her. There's nothing to rage against.

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.


That is a classic skit, and so is the rapping granny, but they are all adults. The only issue I have is teaching a 2 or 3 year old to cuss (very cruel and offensive). Is that make believe? Seems real to me.


You did notice that it was so inarticulate that it had to be subtitled, right? I'm betting they were telling her to say "beach". They sound very much alike coming from a two year old, and the subtitling convinces your brain to hear what you're reading. ;-)
04/28/2007 08:46:55 PM · #14
Originally posted by JeffDay:

Originally posted by Blue Moon:

Originally posted by JeffDay:

hmmmm Alec Baldwin is wrong but this is right?


...............yes


I am curious to know why you think this is ok?


simply because it's the difference of being hilarious...and being a complete "jerk" (for lack of a better word) to your daughter.
Pearl probably won't remember any of it when she's older anyways :)
04/28/2007 08:16:46 PM · #15
Originally posted by Rebecca:

On the Alec Baldwin question:

It's Reality vs. Make Believe. It's the same reason the rapping granny in The Wedding Singer is funny - generational anachronism.

Everyone knows the little girl was being coached just off camera. No one was being mean to her. There's nothing to rage against.

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.


That is a classic skit, and so is the rapping granny, but they are all adults. The only issue I have is teaching a 2 or 3 year old to cuss (very cruel and offensive). Is that make believe? Seems real to me.

Message edited by author 2007-04-28 20:17:56.
04/28/2007 06:54:07 PM · #16
Originally posted by _eug:

Originally posted by Rebecca:

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.

I LOVE that skit even though I was only 3 when it aired and in spite of the fact the racism is quite wrong.


I have it on vinyl. I was about 2 months old when it aired. :-)

Message edited by author 2007-04-28 18:54:27.
04/28/2007 06:52:32 PM · #17
Originally posted by Rebecca:

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.

I LOVE that skit even though I was only 3 when it aired and in spite of the fact the racism is quite wrong.
04/28/2007 06:49:48 PM · #18
Originally posted by Rebecca:

On the Alec Baldwin question:

It's Reality vs. Make Believe. It's the same reason the rapping granny in The Wedding Singer is funny - generational anachronism.

Everyone knows the little girl was being coached just off camera. No one was being mean to her. There's nothing to rage against.

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.


wait.. so that wasn't really his landlord?!?
04/28/2007 06:41:57 PM · #19
On the Alec Baldwin question:

It's Reality vs. Make Believe. It's the same reason the rapping granny in The Wedding Singer is funny - generational anachronism.

Everyone knows the little girl was being coached just off camera. No one was being mean to her. There's nothing to rage against.

Some of the best humor out there is a bit off color. The best example that comes to mind immediately is the classic "Word Association" skit from Saturday Night Live. Inappropriate and wildly, hysterically funny.
04/28/2007 06:21:09 PM · #20
Originally posted by Blue Moon:

Originally posted by JeffDay:

hmmmm Alec Baldwin is wrong but this is right?


...............yes


I am curious to know why you think this is ok?

04/28/2007 06:09:17 PM · #21
My 12 year old daughter sent this to me in an email.
04/28/2007 04:20:31 PM · #22
Originally posted by JeffDay:

hmmmm Alec Baldwin is wrong but this is right?


...............yes
04/28/2007 02:18:36 PM · #23
Originally posted by strangeghost:

Looks like Will Ferrell??

<corrected spelling of the SNL star's name>

Is it him??


yep :)
04/28/2007 02:15:31 PM · #24
hmmmm Alec Baldwin is wrong but this is right?

04/28/2007 02:06:34 PM · #25
Looks like Will Ferrell??

<corrected spelling of the SNL star's name>

Is it him??

Message edited by author 2007-04-28 14:14:55.
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