Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year

Ever notice how people say "let this be the best year" when they wish you a happy new year? So it's like, oh, so you want this year to be my best and then all the rest afterward you want to suck, is that it?

Well then here's my toe you muthafukaz!

Okay, so I'm a little drunk...

7 comments:

pastamasta said...

As insults go, "here's my toe" is a new one on me. I regularly show people my toes, and am flabbergasted to think that I may unwittingly have been insulting them when I've done so.

Happy New Year to you, slightly drunk and wantonly toe-displaying person.

Felda, Jerry Seinfeld's Biggest Fan said...

LOL! It's a Seinfeld reference (big surprise eh?). He says how giving the finger is so silly and that he'd be more insulted if he got the toe (takes more effort and it is on a stinky foot ;) ).

Come to think of it, then I've been flipping my family off quite a bit (we have an inside joke about me and my foot. :) ).

pastamasta said...

You, quoting Seinfeld? Shurely shome mishtake. ;)

My commiserations to your family at being the frequent butt of your foot-flippage. My brother and I have a not-dissimilar tradition of flipping the wrong finger at each other (pinkies, usually) and saying, "Flip you, melonfarmer."

Well, it was funny the evening we invented it, anyway (I blame the tequila).

Felda, Jerry Seinfeld's Biggest Fan said...

OMG, you are hilarious! What's a melonfarmer anyway? ;) I gather it's not a good thing? ;) P.S. Is your brother older or younger?

pastamasta said...

A melonfarmer is a printable analogy to what you said in your post, as well as being a grower of juicy Cucurbitaceae. As in, for example, "Well then here's one of my randomly-selected digits you melonfarmerz."

My brother - younger, since you ask - prefers honeydew, whilst I myself am an aficionado of the humble watermelon (more refreshing, in my not remotely humble opinion).

Felda, Jerry Seinfeld's Biggest Fan said...

I actually prefer honeydew too, though I like both...

You know, you could have a tv show called The Daily Linguini where you and your brother are the reporters..you can report on anything and everything with a food theme (like the SNL news portion). It would be PERFECT and HILARIOUS!!!

By the way, I get some of the copyright priviledges since its my idea, and I prefer to be paid in pounds, thank you very much. :)

pastamasta said...

Why on earth would you want to be paid in pounds, with the exchange rate the way it is? No, you need a more stable currency; I'd stick with goats or chickens, in this uncertain world.