Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Wherein My Antics Grow Tiresome As Far As My Friends Are Concerned

Driving home from work; the phone rings:

Boobers: Hey, man, what're you doing?
Me: Heading home. What's up?
B: Well if you wanna stop by, I have $200 bucks for you [money from a gig].
M: And if I don't wanna stop by, you don't have $200 bucks for me?
B: If you don't wanna stop by, you're a dick.

7 Comments:

Blogger eekbeat said...

I believe the dollar sign is redundant here.

9/4/08 11:12 PM  
Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

For shame, eek! Dollar signs are never redundant; they are the very life blood of our republic!

10/4/08 12:20 AM  
Blogger Stanley said...

To the extent that eekbeat is correct (and I think she is correct, notwithstanding TMK's amusing rejoinder), it seems I've suffered the wrath of a strange iteration of Hartman's Law of Prescriptivist Retaliation:

Hartman's Law of Prescriptivist Retaliation states that any article or statement about correct grammar, punctuation, or spelling is bound to contain at least one eror.

10/4/08 1:51 PM  
Blogger bitchphd said...

And if you don't want to stop by you're *not* a dick??

11/4/08 12:28 AM  
Blogger Stanley said...

No, he was just sighing at my penchant for pointing out biscuit conditionals. And calling me a dick for doing so, but jokingly putting that name-calling in the form of a conditional sentence. As a joke.

(cross-posted at standpipe's blog)

11/4/08 12:35 AM  
Blogger bitchphd said...

You can point em out, but you cant recognize em, apparently.

(My stupid apostrophe key is sticking again. So annoying.)

11/4/08 3:05 AM  
Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

Bitch means to say, "You can point — out, but you can't recognize —, apparently."

13/4/08 7:06 AM  

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