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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by denverpilot, Mar 23, 2020.
Found this for you @rpadula !
Just made me laugh.
"Those aren't raisins."
I think they call those "Coyote" ''cakes in the southwest. Never met a wolf that didn't like'em!
Who used to have the "bunny with a pancake on its' head" as their avatar here?
See post #1. R Padula is the member.
LOL, me too!
There are many levels of comedy.
At the bottom is bathroom humor, bodily noises, etc.
Just above that is what I call incongruent juxtaposition - slapping two things together that don't make sense, but end up being funny. A bunny with a pancake on its head being my favorite example (and gosh it's old as far as internet time goes!).
Science tells us there are many comedy layers above this, for example, puns or even that highest of all comedy, satire. But most men stay at these two levels.
And I'm OK with that.
2nd grade joke: how many people does it take to make chocolate chip cookies?
Two. One to mix the batter and one to squeeze the rabbit.
I also like the look on the cat. He's like, WTF?
Well, you do own the copyright on that, right?
That “whoosh” is post #1 flying right over my head ... :facepalm: ... totally missed the call out
Nope. Here's the original bunny: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oolong_(rabbit)
I think the first place I saw him with the caption "I don't know what you're talking about, so here's a bunny with a pancake on its head" was Fark?
Interesting. Well, learn a little bit of history every day.
Wascally waffle wabbit!
Fark sounds right to me also.
And ... that’s another “rabbit hole” of online entertainment I forgot to go down...
I used to love the photoshop threads. Saved quite a few files from those. There was this person named “Yammering Splat Vector” (there’s that incongruous juxtaposition again) and he’s still going!