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The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« on: December 29, 2008, 10:36:40 AM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2008, 05:05:10 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2008, 07:12:35 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

Did you do the voices?

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2008, 07:24:56 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

Did you do the voices?

He made finger puppets of all the characters.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2008, 07:50:43 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

Did you do the voices?

He made finger puppets of all the characters.

It's not cool to taunt anyone so crazy that even his fake girlfriend doesn't enjoy spending time with him.

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #5 on: December 29, 2008, 09:23:35 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

I'm not sure I understand. You read it out loud to each other? Like reading a kid a bedtime story? You Canadians are a strange breed.

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2008, 09:29:53 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

I'm not sure I understand. You read it out loud to each other? Like reading a kid a bedtime story? You Canadians are a strange breed.

You've never gone on a long road trip with somebody and read out loud to that person while he/she was driving, and vice versa?

Granted, we have since then bought iPods, adapters, and found places to get audio books, but back in aught three and aught four, we read all sorts of books to each other while traveling from Toronto to B.C. and back again, and then the next year to Newfoundland and back again.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #7 on: December 29, 2008, 09:30:37 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

Did you do the voices?

He made finger puppets of all the characters.

It's not cool to taunt anyone so crazy that even his fake girlfriend doesn't enjoy spending time with him.

Alas, a handful of Desipiots have met her.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2010, 09:02:11 AM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2010, 09:32:33 AM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.

Wait -  you don't read out loud to people on road trips? I thought everybody did that.

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2010, 11:34:54 AM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.

Wait.  Did Dubszilla just knock over this 6 week-old thread to bully Kurt?

Desipio does get slow in February.
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #11 on: February 06, 2010, 11:24:19 AM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.

You've never read a poetry book out loud to your special lady friend, only for a homeless ex-gym teacher to steal it, resulting in a hard-nosed library cop hunting you down years later?
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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #12 on: February 06, 2010, 02:53:10 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.

You've never read a poetry book controversial novel out loud to your special lady friend, only for a now-homeless ex-gym teacher to steal it, resulting in a hard-nosed library cop hunting you down years later?

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #13 on: February 06, 2010, 07:06:59 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

You're a fucking weird, dorky fuck.

Wait.  Did Dubszilla just knock over this 6 week-old thread to bully Kurt?

Desipio does get slow in February.

Check the date -- it's from December 2008.

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Re: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
« Reply #14 on: February 06, 2010, 09:20:16 PM »
Alright you knuckleheads, take off your headsets, pull your pants up, finish your YooHoo, and haul your sorry asses up the stairs from Mom's Basement to mom's living room. Settle down in dad's recliner, put on your smoking jacket, light up a pipe, and do some book-learning. It's about WWII, comic books, and escape artists, and it is outstanding.

And if that isn't enough for you, there's some ghey stuff too. So read it, ya homos.

Me and my girlfriend she's canadian we met at niagara falls you wouldn't know her read this to each other on a road trip in 2004.  I thought it was fascinatingly written, with incredible detail and depth.  She thought it was boring and misogynistic.

Did you do the voices?

That reminds me of a story. My college girlfriend and I also tried this gambit on a road trip, but with Cosmicomics and Pleasures: Women Write Erotica. The Calvino was hopeless, but if you do the voices, this batch of putative erotica can be uproariously funny.
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