Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Frozen Astronaut Diapers

Don't you love sentences that have never been seen before?

23 comments:

cake said...

Well, how about that...Google agrees with you:

Your search - "frozen astronaut diapers" - did not match any documents.

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Now you make one up.

See? A totally new game.

cake said...

This is the kind of game where I'm one small step from getting scolded for messing up the rules, ain't it.

Well, while we're waiting for me to do that...check out those subterranean blizzard reptiles.

Clinky said...

I love sentences that have verbs, and are thus actual sentences, dumb ass. "Frozen Astronaut Diapers" are just three words strung together.

stuckwithacomb said...

Uncle Zamboni

bacon ace said...

Clinky! You're stealing Bemisdown's thunder.

bacon ace said...

Oddly enough that's probably also a sentence that's never been heard before.

motheragawd said...

You're obsessed with astronaut diapers. That's disturbing.

bostongraf said...

"The winner of the Noble Prize for Physics is from Rhode Island."

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Frozen astronaut diapers is clearly a sentence.

A man wandering through Vermont points to a bundle under a tree:

"Frozen astronaut diapers."

And then proceeds on his merry way.

A sentence.

cake said...
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cake said...

"Holy frozen astronaut diapers, Batman!!"

I Ain't No Oprah said...

"Excuse me Ma'am, are these your frozen astronaut diapers?"

Game on, Clinky McDouche.

cake said...

On a clothing label:

"Handwash frozen astronaut diapers in cold water only."

Buzz Aldrin said...

"I'll have a Big Mac, small fries, and...ummm....some frozen astronaut diapers."

neil armstrong said...

"That's one small frozen astronaut diaper for man and a giant frozen astronaut diaper for mankind."

rat said...

I have a sentence that has never and will never be heard:

"Rat wins an Oscar for his brilliant role in The Departed."

*sob*

motheragawd said...

"The winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics, Dr. Guido Einstein of Cranston, RI, announces that he has found a way to transform frozen astronaut diapers into a substance that closely approximates garlic white pizza."

(Cake, don't worry. I'm the one who always gets the rules wrong. Like it matters...)

Anonymous said...

Without rules we have chaos.

-Anna Nicole Smith

Google/Blogger said...

1) Frozen Astronaut Diapers makes a sensible sentence. You just gotta view it as a headline and be sure there is an accompanying photo captioned, "Despite sub-zero temps, John Glenn takes a moment to make sure tiny daughter Mindy is 'suited up' for the trip to grandma's." Actually, I think I read that in an old Life magazine. Across America, women pointed to the picture and said, "See, honey? If the frozen astronaut diapers, why can't you diaper?"
2) When that lil' astronaut gal says she's "Really ready for a change," she means something entirely different than most of us.
3) "Frozen Astronaut Diapers" also kinda reads like the potty astroNUT and frozen sperm baby's headlines got in a bar brawl and came out all touseled and reeling, and brushing each other's words off their jackets.

motheragawd said...

google/blogger,
You're an unsung genius.

Roger the Shrubber said...

For Cake:

Minus theg!

cake said...

::dies laughing::