There has been an upset in the world of dogs: the previous Ugliest Dog in the World has been replaced by this guy:
The concept meeting started out fine, electing to use interesting stock photos, relevant to corporate and industrial law, to give the website a polished feel. After the wine coolers began to flow, the designers felt something was missing: an iconic, readily identifiable object. The law office is of Bryant Miller Olive needs something for people to recognize…what could it be?
“It’s sure a good thing Mr. Olive made it to this meeting – we never could have solved Arab-Israeli peace without an olive present!”
“Mister–MISTER! Watch your step, this place is full of OLIVES!”
“Sorry, sir, you’re not getting past the Port Authority without being quarantined and checked for worms.”
Lack of proper Giant Olive safety procedures left fifty three construction workers dead that fateful day.
I’m just a bill, yes, I’m only a bill, and I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill. Well, it’s a long, long journey to the capital city. It’s a long, long wait while I’m sitting in committee, but I know I’ll be a law someday — at least I hope and pray that I will…but today I am still just a bill.
(note that I sorted photos in terms of size, to make it look like they were growing and about to consume the earth.)
Although, I beg to differ: a Dalek on keytar trumps cybermen guitarists. Sontarans with tambourines are somewhere in between the two, I think.
Why is it funny? Tragedy, bananas, and funny-looking dogs in human situations. It’s a perfect storm of comedy!
A team of five — five — Guinness Book of World Records adjudicators were on hand in Swansea, South Wales, to count Smurfs:
The record, of which there is one already, was broken by 2,510 blue-painted college students; the previous record of around 1,200 was originally held by the Irish, who were unaware of their record because they were more concerned about letting the color-blind guy buy body paint last St Patrick’s Day.