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[Replying to "That's the angels"]Man... talk about bursting my bubble! I wonder what it takes to become an angel, maybe 4yrs of college instead of 2 lol! But seriously.... I should get some action before I go huh?

Drpepper687, Rapture Ready 5 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Rapax Pringer

Yeah, it does take four years of college to become an angel.

Not.

10/28/2010 3:50:11 PM

DarkfireTaimatsu

Get your degree in "angel" today.

10/28/2010 10:48:24 PM

Elia

Er . . . yes, and to become an archangel, you need to intern with Michael and Gabriel for a couple of years while doing another 4-year course.

10/31/2010 1:22:48 PM

Blarghonius

An example of the soul-crushing, intensely unfunny "humor" fundies enjoy.

5/31/2011 12:55:06 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Blarghonius

"An example of the soul-crushing, intensely unfunny "humor" fundies enjoy."

Along with anything & everything by (P)Ricky Gervais. As a Brit, I feel I must apologise for my country's unjustifiable inflicting him upon the world.

His so-called stand-up 'routines' aren't even remotely funny (PROTIP: at the Diana Memorial gig some years ago, he died ten thousand deaths on stage). And as for "The Office", well, let's just say that I was left even more stony-faced* than when I watched an episode or two of "Friends"; and don't get me stared on "Seinfeld", neither. 'Toe-curling' doth not equate with funny. That abortion of a so-called 'comedy' series was a prime example of 'Emperor's New Clothes Syndrome'.

The only way (P)Ricky Gervais could make me laugh, is if he played Russian Roulette. With a .50 cal. Desert Eagle. >:D

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*- Maybe I'm just too used to the likes of the "Carry On" films, "Up Pompeii", "Monty Python", Spike Milligan's "Q" series, "The Young Ones", "Filthy Rich & Catflap" & "Bottom", and "Blackadder". The sorts of things that'd give the Puritanical 'soccer moms' - and those on Ruptured Retards - in the US aneurysms.

5/31/2011 8:01:58 AM
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