Really though, where's our DeMamp Camp shirts?
Stuck in Comedy Central Merchandise Development Hell, next to the Chapelle’s Show Rick James wigs and Tosh.0 penis-shaped Mayo dispenser.
I’d say they’ll roll out next fall Fashion Week, if that’s a thing. Seems like enough time for CC to realize they have a near Bear Coat-sized demand for DeMamp Camp shirts on their hands…
“None of this is the fault of a 20-year-old college student, but you, nonetheless, are without a doubt, a member of the WORST-period-GENERATION-period-EVER-period, so when you ask what makes us the greatest country in the world, I don’t know what the fuck you’re talking about?! Yosemite?”—Will MacAvoy, The Newsroom
Bwahahaha! aaaand chapter #664: Master Cesar Clown One Piece.
Taishigi!Smoker & Smoker!Taishigi, people have already commented on nobra! and moe!, but hey, I think that Oda pulled this kind of thing extremely well… there are many dilemma when working with such a …hmmm, fan-fic cliche?
‘Don’t ever think there’s any perfect society made by humans!!If you think that way, you’ll overlook the enemies! Don’t be fooled by appearances!’
(the fact that his team says ‘We’ve been fooled by their appearances’ later is win.)
This. This was a great line. I always liked Smoker, but this just made me like him even more. Smoker doesn’t let himself forget that their government is flawed and seems to be actively trying to change things. Unlike some others who seem content in simply following orders.
As for Cesar Clown, the only reason I don’t like him is his looks, don’t get me wrong now, what I mean by that is that he (as his name says) looks like a clown….and I am completely creeped out by clowns. Not to say I hate him, there is a difference between hating and not liking. I like his horns though >_>, clothes and his ‘Shulololo’ laugh.
Mention of ‘Joker’, is that the G-5 accomplice?
Usopp to the rescue! mask-making…guy has some talent.
And Brownbeard over there is gossiping. Actually now this might be a confirmation of a few of my pet theories that Law planned for Strawhats to be there.(plus giving them a reason to seek him out, and himself to go after them (Brownbeard))
And then ‘The Worst Generation’….oookay who did some amazingly destructive shit? that made them from ‘Supernova’ to ‘Worst generation’ or have they always been called both (likely they hadn’t done enough to be called the latter before). And calling them ‘problem children’ just makes me want to slap you Brownnie, there is so much wrong with a pirate like Brownnie calling someone a ‘problem child’.
‘Any place there is a large incident there are pirates of your generation involved’ you can say that for just about any generation of pirates…it’s just that this generation is fearless and wants to draw attention to get noticed. (lol teenage rebellion)
bwah, I trail off a lot here…
…erm that kind-hearted god is a bit double faced there… to their defense they don’t know that yet.
Zoro telling straight-faced lies, or rather omitting the whole truth, Usopp not believing Zoro’s talent in his own field.
Luffy of course fell asleep and nobody else cares for threats.
No Law, but it’s One Piece I kind of expected that (more questions)
…don’t know how I’m going to survive next week, but I suppose I’ll be One Piecing as hard as possible to stave off any deprivation symptoms.
see you soon
i am totally fixated on this paragraph
from this article:
‘Last month, when 27-year-old Andy Holdeman noticed that the season premiere of the FX comedy “Louie” was just two days away, he did “due diligence” by trying to pound through the first two seasons. The Washington, D.C., resident, a copy editor for daily-deals site LivingSocial, also had another motive: to publicly chronicle his binge on Twitter. But as he chipped away at his 26-episode assignment, he labored to compose funny tweets about the show, based loosely on comedian Louis C.K.’s life. That and other distractions (email, eating) caused him to gloss over the show’s “finer points”; missing them was “the worst thing ever.”’
even if our generation had a jonathan swift or some such, i doubt that he or she could produce satire of this acid quality. perfection.