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"A-and then Khalid says to the collaborationist -- as he's throwing him off the rooftop -- 'Should have chugged a Red Bull! Red Bull gives you wings!' Oh, man. I was like, Khalid, bro, stop it, you're killing me."
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"I'm not saying it doesn't give me a burst of energy that propels me through those mid-afternoon doldrums. I'm just saying that if we're going to be standing in the hot desert sun all day with black masks on, maybe we should have canteens full of water instead."
John Tabin |
June 18, 2007 at 11:40 AM
(guy on right, just before drinking) "Sweet! I didn't know Kool-Aid came in a can!"
(guy on left) "Are you sure this stuff is Halal?"
(guy in middle) "there was something gritty in the bottom of that - I think I'm going to hurl"
(guy on left) "Serious, is this stuff Halal? I heard Taurine comes from pork intestines or something..."
(guy in middle) "What flavor is that supposed to be? The aftertaste is nasty!"
Christopher Bitner Hayes |
June 19, 2007 at 10:39 AM
Look in the background at the thoughtlessly discarded carton and can to see the cause of Palestinian woes - armed litterbugs!
June 19, 2007 at 10:43 AM
"Thanks be to Allah, those Fatah p[radio edit]s are still drinking Monster."
"Everybody drink on three. Remember, once our Red Bull sponsorship deal comes through, the resources of the Zionist Entity or the Great Satan will pale in comparison."
Shawn Macomber |
June 21, 2007 at 10:38 PM
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