Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Hanzii, Mar 23, 2012.
I don't know that this picture is actually funny or clever, but I love everything about it:
(It's saved in my pictures folder as We_are_NOT_Taking_the_Wizard.jpg)
Ha, I love his shoes.
Who's the artist?
This dude, Matt Rhodes. That's a link to deviantart.com. I don't remember if there's boobs there or not, so be aware before clicking around there.
I wonder if she sneaks onto the farm at night to...you know.
Shouldn't that have been Baking Bad?
I have no respect for people who let the chance of a bad pun go them by.
What show is that?
The new Beetlejuice show.
Juuuust kidding, it's Community.
Thanks. I'd watch a Beetlejuice show. But only if Burton and Keaton are doing it.
I think Burton's name was on the animated series, but sadly no Keaton involved.
The great thing about that Beetlejuice gag on Community was that the utterances of "Beetlejuice" were spread out across three entirely different episodes. I don't even think they were one right after the other.
Seasons! SEASONS! It was a joke years in the making.
Looking up the Beetlejuice animated series gave me this:
For some reason Lydia reminds me of Krysten Ritter.
That's not an... Oh, to hell with it. Then I can do it too:
The Beetlejuice picture is the perfect example of a joke being ruined through extra circles, troll face, etc.
I love grumpy cat so much.
The information. It's right there. In the picture.
"Men-Ups" - posters of men in pin-up girl poses.
Full gallery here: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjuz8dQG
This is best gif evar.
That's no good without underwear around ankles and celery.
Wow, I'd forgotten about Art Frahm's groundbreaking work. I like the Men-Ups because they look so ridiculous and it draws attention to chauvinistic art, whereas Frahm's stuff just is chauvinistic.
All the more reason it'd be funny to see those guys with celery!
Ohhh, I didn't understand what you were saying at first. Yeah, that would be awesome - a whole series of guys with pants and boxers down looking like "Oh my!" with the requisite grocery bag and celery.
Or perhaps Men-Ups are just pin-ups for gay men?
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