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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

thought for the day

I was watching Curb Your Enthusiasm earlier, and I really appreciated this little exchange between Cheryl and Larry, and felt like sharing it. I think it will make sense even if you don't watch the show, but if it doesn't / isn't funny, I'm sorry. It's not that it's an especially good joke, exactly; it's more of thought of the day material :) Anyway, it goes:
Cheryl David: Larry...Larry!
Larry David: Huh?
Cheryl: What are you doing?
Larry: Stepping on some packing bubbles.
Cheryl: I know but why - why are you doing that?
Larry: Because it makes a fun kind of popping noise. It's fun.


At 11:13 PM, Blogger andrew golis said...

clay, you're a weird dude. It's not even your thought of the day, this was your away message yesterday! haha.

At 2:29 PM, Blogger clay capp said...

thanks, golis. lots of people have been telling me that this post was lame, so i'd like to make a statement by way of clarification. it's not that it's funny, it's that it represents what i want to be when i grow up. i would like to be able to have fun popping those little packing bubbles without having been socialized into thinking that it was not fun anymore. so that's what i had in mind, sorry for subjecting any readers to my inner monologue :)

At 3:02 PM, Blogger Jamal Sprucewood said...

I'm popping packing bubbles right now.


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