Monday, March 24, 2008

This one's by request.

24 comments:

Anthony said...

Haha, my new favourite indexed. :D

Steven said...

Ha! Perfect. :)

Anonymous said...

Haha, brilliant!

Dr. Awesome said...

oh god, that pun is bad enough for me to want to cut my face up and sell it as ham
it took me a few seconds to get it too
aaaaaaahhhh

Brad said...
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Brad said...

Kind of like This Flickr Photo for the 'Badass RoShamBo' contest for ColorWars2008?

lastnameunknown said...

You crack me up.

froggalpha said...

shoot!

Scott Sheppard said...

With our emphasis on visual thinking, all of the Autodesk Labs developers love your blog. We read it every day. Today you inspired me:

http://labs.blogs.com/images/bulls_bears.png

Gerard said...

Most excellent!

Nancy Sharoff (RL) ~ Laelia Laval (SL) said...

Perfect timing for the Twitter ColorWars2008 -- so what team are you on?!? LOL

steve said...

Best one I've ever read.

Philip said...

nice... although I was thinking something along the lines of cutting out a newspaper article or ransom note and throwing it through someone's window.

tina said...

I love it!

Dennis Jordan said...

the best jokes take 2 seconds of WTF to get! nice.

Brandy said...

HA! So good.

Pix said...

took me a few seconds and 3 readings to get it... my favorite indexed though ^^

Nick said...

Rock + Scissors = Fall Out Boy

Anonymous said...

Awesome!

But it triggered flashbacks of stumbling upon a -honest to God- rock/paper/scissors tournament (for adults) on ESPN 2. Complete with golf-announcer guy *seriously* wondering if the fact one of the shooters was left-handed would be a handicap or advantage for her in the next round.

I submit this as proof that there are too many sport networks and program hours to fill with, well, actual sports. Oh, and I'd like ESPN to consider bringing hot potato (with a potato fresh from the oven of course) to the screen if playground games are moving mainstream. At least people would actually move around.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it... Could someone explain please?

Michael Ens said...

I saw that same tournament. It was a clearly a joke. They had interviews where people were talking about their strategy, and people stunned at an upset victory. The announcer was not serious at all; he was deadpan.

Thomasd said...

hahaha... I love it I--probably my favorite

Zac Martin said...

That's fantastic!

The Fat Girl Inside said...

great!

 
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