Friday, June 06, 2008

Drive your coworkers nuts...

...by upping the volume and clicking on this.

9 comments:

Trinian said...

What point have we reached when news agencies start reporting on internet memes?

DJP said...

I just hope the kid's getting royalties off the T-shirts. Pay for college. Learn more words.

John said...

Well, I'm glad I didn't turn it up where my co-workers could hear - they think I'm weird enough. But now I just appear to be laughing for no reason.

DJP said...

Happily, I discovered it early enough in the day that we could all crack up.

Now I just periodically fire off a couple of rounds at random, now and again.

Terry Rayburn said...

Hey, the kid could become a pro golfer some day.

"Tiger, how do you assess today's tournament, in light of your last performance, the weather, and the world situation?"

"Course looks good."


Or even President of the United States.

"Governor Bush, the polls are very close at this point. What do you have to say about how Tuesday's voting will go, in comparison with the neck-and-neck results of the latest poll results, and do you think the latest debate will change things significantly?"

"I like my chances."

Trinian said...

I just hope the kid's getting royalties off the T-shirts. Pay for college. Learn more words.

I'm sure I heard more than one senior thesis presentation in college that boiled down to basically "I like turtles".

DJP said...

If I were a mixer-genius, I'd have the kid say "I like Wilhelm," and top it with (what else?) a Wilhelm.

Carl said...

I take it for what it's worth. Funny. Remember Art Linkletter's show "Kids Say The Darndest Things." If you can find some of those old shows on DVD, give 'em a watch and you'll find that Jonathan isn't alone. He's pretty typical for a 10-year-old.

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