Saturday, November 22, 2008

Royale with Bert

I was looking around for a primer on Amsterdam for Sister #2, based on her comment on my previous post. Specifically, I was looking for the primer on Amsterdam coffee houses, but before I could find that, I found this primer on Europe from Sesame Street, which might be helpful to our new Secretary of State as she tries to repair relations with our European allies.

(And yes, both are from Pulp Fiction, so yes, they use the full depth and breadth of the English language.)

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  1. Gee, you saved me the price of a trip to Amsterdam. I am glad to hear that Mama is home safely.

  2. I don't believe there's such a thing as TV. I mean, they just keep showing you the same pictures over and over. And when they talk, they just make sounds that more or less synch up with their lips.

  3. Anonymous10:00 PM

    I forget how freakish that movie is. And that wasn't even the freaky part.

  4. Thank you for clearing that up. I believe that brings us full circle back to the beer hunter game. Okay, who is going to be the wethead? I vote for one of my brothers!!

    BTW way funnier with B&E

  5. CAGirl: That's the miracle of modern technology, saving you money.

    MrJ: There is TV. I saw one in my house the other day in the living room, where it looked like a tornado had hit...and then I realized I was in the wrong house.

    Amama: Wait, there was only one freaky part?

    KMoo: Hoser. And and I pick your brother. Now he's outvoted.

  6. Anonymous10:49 PM

    Yeah, you know: the part where that freak does some freaky stuff with those other freakish people?

    Oh, wait. That's the entire plot.