Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Leelord337, Nov 21, 2007.
Dude, I'm tellin' ya, you're the GOAT at Sureshs jokes.
In the version i read as a kid, all three replied, "We already knew there would be a food shortage the moment we saw sureshs sitting nearby". Usually the moment suresh enters, the restaurants put up a "Closed, out of stock" sign on the door. The customers already inside get a refund and leave quietly with their food in a doggie bag, lest suresh grab their plates.
You are no slouch at suresh jokes, either.
Smart owners of AYCE buffets in The Poobs' neighborhood have put their buildings on those trucks that move houses to new locations. As soon as the GPS signals on the sureshsmobile sound his approach, they order their driver to "evacuate" the building. Profits are back up now.
The two Snowies make up the rest of the Big 3.
That's very kind of you, but fortunately you are wrong in this case. @Sentinel and @stringertom alone surpass me handily, but then again, they have been submitted to the inspiring influx of the Methane Master for much longer than I have.
You embarrass me by including me with greats like Tom and Rusty. The top 10 include yourself, @Power Player @gut wax, Jeol Dali, @vive le beau jeu ! , @jwjh and several promising new youngsters such as @Rubens @Minion . I am just a journey man in this grand venture.
Nonsense. You are a towering giant over the great poasters of the Vortex.
I think that Sureshs's methane effusions manage to inspire everybody and lift them to previously unseen heights.
Those are just his moonballs that go to unseen heights. Are we suresh's moonballs ?
We are the Poobah's Witnesses
We are Sureshs's shards of wisdom, as they wash up in the turbulent currents of the TTW sewage pipes.
I was just about to write that we are suresh's faarts of wisdom as they waft across the stagnant currents of TTW's septic tanks.
Two bytes meet. The first byte asks, "Are you ill?"
The second byte replies, "No, just feeling a bit off."
The first byte must have been spot on.
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors.
That dog seriously looks like it's going to explode.
Separate names with a comma.