Sunday, July 29, 2012

Not trusting Google

That's why the Riddled coverage of Olympic diving events will be brought to you by our special correspondent Max Ernst. Notice the orbs, which the mainstream media are hiding from you.

10 comments:

mikey said...

Oddly, Max didn't take the opportunity to paint advertising on the bottom of the pool.

It could have said Immortel or something...

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The coverage is coming from inside the pool!
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wiley said...

The one on the left looks like she's about to dive from about two hundred feet into the edge of a too shallow pool.

tigris said...

The one on the left also looks like she's wearing a banned full-body swim suit. Not allowing for leg or arm movement, nor for breathing for that matter, does NOT make it OK.

Smut Clyde said...

I'm not sure how the library pixies got into the Google logo, or why they are all standing around the lady's bath-tub.

wiley said...

That suit does flatter her adorable figure though, doesn't it?

ckc (not kc) said...

...I think that's what they mean when they say "She really stuck it!"

Another Kiwi said...

I would like to know why Google felt it was necessary to put blue and grey fish into the diving pool. No doubt they will have pool boys to scoop out the dead fish after the lady jumps on them.
I'm just sayin' that the Ernst pool has got someone stuck in the bottom of it. How can it be that no one has noticed? Unless it is a Zombie clown swimmer to amuse people during breaks.

Substance McGravitas said...

I await the IOC's ruling on whether or not someone should be allowed to compete if they're 80% bicycle.

Smut Clyde said...

The repeated impacts and the inevitable exchange of agitated mollycules means that divers have become 90% water. and no-one complains.