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Dec 8, 2006


P.S. Santa, if you are really really busy this year, this model will do. While it is a little rough around the edges, I believe underneath it would be quite suitable for my purposes.
There has been a lot of talk recently about Larry's fake accent, the fact that he was born in Nebraska, and had a comedy routine under his real name. Well, all I can say is, imagine that!! He's a comedian, for god's sake, and if one bit didn't work, well, hell, let's try another. He may very well reinvent himself again. Johnny Carson started out as a magician. Steve Martin used to walk around with a fake arrow on his head. So, please grow up, and understand that entertainment is just that, entertainment. Let's get real, people.

9 comments:

Bruno said...

GET 'ER DONE!!!

just me said...

Git 'r dun...I'm trying, but there doesn't seem to be too many team members...that don't sound right either, does it? Sounds like something you read in a romance novel...you know, instead of, "I could feel his dick getting hard." They say, "I could feel his member getting hard." I think I need to get out more...

The Future Was Yesterday said...

The version used down here (South Carolina) is "Git 'er Done!" But then they say "Aw Ight" (pronounced like light, only leave the "L" off), too, so please don't take what I say as gospel. "Aw Ight" by the way, means all right, when translated into English.:) And their lips don't move when they say it. It's the most fascinating thing.......:)

Larry The Cable Guy about makes me pee every time I see him, regardless of what name he uses.

just me said...

I think he is hilarious, especially the uncensored versions. They say Ah'ight, here too. And predantly, which means presently. However, older people from West Virginia speak a form of Gailic, I think. I just nod my head and say, "yep, yep..."

Mary said...

LOL! So I'm guessing your single based on the last 3 posts. Good choices. And yes, bald is beautiful.

just me said...

Been single since 1998, and plan to stay that way, but that doesn't mean I don't kick up my heels every so often. Well, let's say I tap my feet...

Goddess said...

Hmm, I'd love to hear what his "normal" voice sounds like.

betmo said...

imagine an actor playing a role- stephen colbert is from south carolina with no accent. i have to admit- that a guilty pleasure was laughing at larry the cable guy- health inspector. :)

just me said...

I recently saw Stephen Colbert in an episode of CI law and order (what else!) and he is a marvelous actor, as well as a nut.