Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Classic Punchlines #179

Heaven knows they're tasteless enough, but this still seems like an over-reaction.


TruculentandUnreliable said...

You haven't seen the puce-colored ones, apparently.

Hamish Mack said...

In an emergency the tie can be dipped into water and be used as a damp cloth.

Unknown said...

Newsreaders wear ties.

citedis, ok if you wanna.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

The extent that our major media companies here in the U.S. have become nothing more than shills for the government astounds me.

I grew up in D.C. reading the Washington Post. I no longer recognize this paper.

mikey said...

I do not own a tie. I am clearly innocent of all wrongdoing.

Back in '98, my employer was on the Board of Opera San Jose and as a result I was their webmaster.

One year, for reasons that escape me, I had to attend Operafest. Now, a few of you have met me. For the rest, I am not of the physical architecture you might expect to meet at Operafest. So a few hours before the event, it was pointed out to me that I'd need a tie.


So I went home to put on my GOOD leathers and I went door to door asking if I might borrow a tie. This gambit turned out to be successful, and I acquired that afternoon a navy blue knit tie about a foot and a half too short.

Alas, I don't know where this tie ended up, but I was somewhat fond of the way, when tied, it rested on top of my belly like bib.

fish said...

Ties are also protection against splattering butter when you are eating lobster.

Unknown said...

Crayfish? What is this loobster you speak of?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

In an emergency the tie can be dipped into water and be used as a damp cloth.

Or a garrote!

Señor Tripp said...