Saturday, December 1, 2012

Little Jimmy

At the time, I had no idea who this Jimmy was. I'm still not 100% sure (I believe he's a figment of R-Truth's imagination), but anyway, that's not the post of the post. Heh. 

 I still remember WWF doing a promotion for the Hardy's versus the Holly's. You're not helping!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Silent Library confusion

This was weird, not so much for my onscreen guide (which got it right for a change!), but how they changed the sign from one second to the next on the show...

This appeared first... 

...then this.

Maybe they thought 'hey, we can fit that in there after all.' 'But wait, it's breakfast, not break fast.' 'Well, let's just put break and they'll get the point.'

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Saturday, October 27, 2012

I'm not satisfied, though Karl Pilkington was

From the special "Karl Pilkington: Satisfied Fool"...

This was a slide shown to him by one of the bowtied eggheads at Brunel University in West London. Makes one feel good when even they can make dumb little mistakes like that and still not see it after a proofread. (I assume they proofread, anyway!)

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Saturday, September 8, 2012

The ultimate in home dumbererness

It's a store, not a story!

YES! I've started seeing the stupid 'this premise' signs around town again! After I lost my original picture from 2005 or so, I started seeing corrected, 'these premises' signs instead and thought I'd lost my chance at getting another picture of one. I guess they've gotten more dumberer because all their new stickers say 'this premise' again!

Sunday, August 5, 2012



Description from the movie "Fist of the White Lotus". I was originally putting it up because of the last sentence, but thought people would find the testicle part funny. In the movie, you hear a 'pop pop' sound when they go in. :p

Monday, July 30, 2012

The Score is dumberer!

Yep, my favorite sports channel decided to ignore the English language when naming one of their shows...

Not a mistake. They named it Gotta Grudge? ('gotta' being slang/lazy for 'got to'), turning grudge into a verb. (?!) Should be Got a Grudge? Were they trying to be hip or something? I should ask.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Dumberer Nancy Grace

Well, that title goes without saying, but here's a rare lack of apostrophe (rather than a superfluous one) from the excellent series TV with TV's Jonathan Torrens: