November 16, 2004

I'm Laughing Because I'm So Very Sorry

Via leblanc, I was introduced to this whining little bit of nonsense, a forum in which people can say they're sorry to the world because Bush was re-elected. Yep, nothing like pointless bawling in the wake of an election.

I didn't think much of the site at first, dismissing it for what it was: a bunch of whining nonsense. And I don't have time for whining nonsense, unless it's coming from me.

Well, I happened by Treacher's site, and I almost fell out of my chair from laughter, as he zinged the "we're sorry" crowd again and again again. I had so much fun, I had to try my hand at it.


You know when you have Alfalfa on your side, you have a powerful ally. And I'm sure you all recognize the cartoon on his shirt: Whimpy. How appropo.


First, there was Bruce Springsteen. Then Michael Stipe. Now Pink! She's coming out, so you better get this party started!


Fine. Great. You've said your apologies, now go eat something. ANYTHING! And run a comb through your hair, while you're at it.


Caricatures for Kerry!

I have to admit, I went to to figure out how to spell caricatures. You have no idea how wrong I was initially.


Ich bin ein, Hello Kitty!


Now that the election is over, perhaps she can take that horseshoe off the wall, and then do something about her atrocious ceilings.


Matt Damon, the pre-pubescent years.

Posted by Ryan at November 16, 2004 10:13 AM

Coming soon, unbiased Ryan Rhodes zingers of

Posted by: David Grenier at November 16, 2004 11:10 AM

David, I tried that link, but it didn't open. I'd love to zing some of the other side. Making fun of people is a non-partisan pastime for me.

Posted by: Ryan at November 16, 2004 11:14 AM

I read that got hammered from bandwidth issues. It was equally as funny. Now there is for all those wussies around the world to cry together. Plenty of fuel for your non-partisan pastime.

Here's another spoof.

Posted by: MojoMark at November 16, 2004 12:26 PM

Making fun of people is a non-partisan pastime for me.

Yeah, except not.

Posted by: Joshua at November 16, 2004 02:19 PM

You're right, Joshua, I never speak ill of both sides.

Posted by: Ryan at November 16, 2004 02:53 PM

Is anyone else as confused as I am by the fact that Ryan's filenames are not in chronological order?

Posted by: David Grenier at November 16, 2004 03:14 PM

Hrm. That is odd. It may have something to do with the migration of my entries from my old Blogspot domain to the location. Otherwise, I can't really explain that. However, although they're not in NUMERICAL order, I'm pretty sure they're still in chronological order. I think.

Posted by: Ryan at November 16, 2004 03:24 PM

Yeah, because making fun of Jerry "I think Mohammed was a terrorist" Falwell is the same thing as being totally nonpartisan.

Posted by: Joshua at November 16, 2004 03:26 PM

There were a couple others there, too, Joshua, but go ahead and ignore them if you so wish. There are probably more in my archives, but I only did a cursory review and plucked some of the more obvious one. That, and I have other work to do.

Posted by: Ryan at November 16, 2004 03:33 PM

No, no, Ryan-- you must prove to me that you are nonpartisan. Prove it! I want statistics, damn you.

Posted by: Joshua at November 16, 2004 04:45 PM

nice try, but not NEARLY as funny as Treacher's.... keep trying ;)

Posted by: leblanc at November 16, 2004 06:55 PM

Have y'all seen this one yet?


Posted by: at November 18, 2004 12:54 PM

Forgot to fill in the blanks. That last comment was mine. Got the link from Gut Rumbles

Posted by: Strider at November 18, 2004 01:01 PM
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