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Friday, May 12, 2006

Your search - cartoon seal wearing a sailor hat and clapping - did not match any documents.

One of my best friends in the world Andrew sent me this:
http://www.ussubs.com/submarines/phoenix_1000.php3

It's a link to a site that sells LUXURY SUBMARINES.
The text reads as if Mr. Howell and The Professor took turns writing it.

Mr. Howell - The man who HATES YACHTS: ("Clearly, the Phoenix provides its owner with substantially more capability than a simple yacht...")

The Professor - Man of Science: ("At 65-meters (213 feet) in overall length, and with a beam in excess of 8 meters (26 feet), the Phoenix is a vehicle of formidable size. Yet despite its 1500-ton displacement...")

Jordi and Andrew - Soon to be CO-CAPTAINS: ("We need to get this. Let's kill our grandmas".)

So, I'm thinking of re-naming the LUXURY SUBMARINE and am seriously considering
"Seal of Approval!" complete with a picture of a cartoon seal wearing a sailor's hat and clapping. Very fancy. I go to look up a picture and wouldn't you know? Nothing matches this description. After changing the search to: "cartoon seal", what pops up? A cartoon seal clapping. And the name of the picture? "Seal of Approval!" Where was it? On a site called "Wordplay and Cartoon Punnery".

Someone has obviously thought of this way before me. Great.
Ruined weekend.
-J.


2 Comments:

At 12:54 PM, Blogger Biz and/or Jordi said...

Wow...I think we should all pitch in and get this and make it a sketchfest adventure gang submarine

 
At 8:25 PM, Anonymous Jordi said...

Only 78 million. A small price to pay for not having to buy a stupid yacht - which (as you can see from the text of the article) CAN'T go underwater.

Fucking yachts. So 1985.

 

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