The 25 Funniest 'Damn You Autocorrect!' Entries of the Website's First Year
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The 25 Funniest Autocorrects of the 'Damn You Autocorrect!' website's First Year anniversary. [Previously]
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#26 - 50 entries.
posted by ericb at 3:01 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


#22 was my mother well before auto-correct was invented. The poor woman could never live that one down.
posted by maudlin at 3:07 PM on December 10, 2011


These are really funny, regardless of legitimacy, but they always strike me as incredibly fake.

I don't have a phone with autocorrect (as I am poor), so maybe it's just something you have to experience first hand to understand.
posted by codacorolla at 3:09 PM on December 10, 2011 [9 favorites]


I am literally crying with laughter. This never happens.
posted by liquorice at 3:10 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


My favorite text message that autocorrect has garbled for me: "I'm in Valhalla but not for pong." Very informative!
posted by bewilderbeast at 3:10 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


Jesus, Mary and Jerome!
posted by briank at 3:12 PM on December 10, 2011 [7 favorites]


4 tbsp. It makes all the difference int the world.
posted by Dumsnill at 3:13 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


I never understood autocorrect fails until I got an iPhone. Typing on that thing is hard.

This is my favorite.
posted by something something at 3:15 PM on December 10, 2011


The best part of the ones where it corrected to cusswords is knowing that the iphone has absolutely no cusswords in it's dictionary when you buy it, so if stuff like 'cum' and 'shitstain' come up, it's because you typed it in some other text.

This is my favorite.
posted by empath at 3:21 PM on December 10, 2011 [11 favorites]


Now.. if they will just somehow combine GPS car navigation with autocorrect, the mind blowing ramifications of the lutz are... well... mind blowing. You'll end up in Malta wondering why the swarthy man is offering you china off of the internet.

God Doughnut.
posted by edgeways at 3:21 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


Kinky Fuck haven't made a good album in years.
posted by griphus at 3:22 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


A lot of these strike me as fake, but that may just have to do with iOS autocorrecting the sentences to have good capitalization and punctuation.
posted by JHarris at 3:22 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


Love the "then I killed her in the woods outside her house and left" response. Dude doesn't miss a beat, just rolls with it like it's normal.
posted by axiom at 3:26 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]




DYAC is faker than a fake thing. A minute with an iPhone will demonstrate that.

On the other hand, The Office isn't a documentary.
posted by hifimofo at 3:27 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


based on the link from revort, i talk to myself.
posted by Dumsnill at 3:33 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


MeFi's own. Definitely not fake.
posted by availablelight at 3:34 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


I've always thought the "doing lauren" one was sweet, but they all seem so...pat.
posted by maxwelton at 3:34 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


Love the "then I killed her in the woods outside her house and left" response. Dude doesn't miss a beat, just rolls with it like it's normal.

A while ago, I was at a friend's place and I wanted to text my girlfriend that my phone was going to die. She's usually the last person I sent a text to, so I just instinctively send that message to the person at the top of my text list. Of course it wasn't her and a friend of mine ended up with this message:

"Phobe might die :("
posted by griphus at 3:35 PM on December 10, 2011 [5 favorites]


This is weird to me on two levels. One, some of these are so obviously fake that I can't find any humor in them. Number 20, for instance. I'm pretty sure the word "manboobs" is not actually a word, and won't be in any kind of "autocorrect" dictionary.

Also, I've never used a fancy phone, so I can't be 100 percent sure on this, but can't you actually see the words on your phone before you press "send?" Are people suddenly so lazy and useless they don't even bother to look at the words they're typing?
posted by ronofthedead at 3:43 PM on December 10, 2011


Even before the phone begins to rely on your previous entries, the default choices were ridiculous (seldom scandalous, but often defaulting to far less obvious choices than what was entered). Then once it picks up on your own colourful vocab, all bets are off.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 3:43 PM on December 10, 2011


ronofthedead: not had an iphone or android, I take it? The default on my android is inserted if you simply keep typing. And "manboobs" could easily end up being suggested if you'd typed that in before. That's how it works.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 3:44 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


Also, I've never used a fancy phone, so I can't be 100 percent sure on this, but can't you actually see the words on your phone before you press "send?"

The previous Damn You Autocorrect FPP had a really, really good explanation of how autocorrect works.
posted by griphus at 3:48 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


Thanks for the heads up, Durn. Yeah, I had no idea the phones stored words you typed in yourself that are not actual words. Again, no fancy phone for me. Poor and, apparently, stupid.

But whatever the phone changes your intended text to ... does that show up on your screen? Or does it for some b.s. reason change it after you hit "send?"
posted by ronofthedead at 3:48 PM on December 10, 2011


ronofthedead, you'll notice that a lot of these have the last word autocorrected - autocorrect happens after you put a space between two words, and lots of people send texts without putting a space after the final word.

I agree about the non-intuitive autocorrects - just yesterday I meant to type "Harvard" and got "Schevardnadze" instead. I tend to be an enthusiastic texter which autocorrect also doesn't handle well - oft have baffled friends received "Yamaha!" instead of "yaaaaay!"
posted by estlin at 3:51 PM on December 10, 2011


I eventually turned the feature off. I mean, it gets it wrong more often than it gets it right. But yeah, now only vicarious hilarity for me. :)
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 3:53 PM on December 10, 2011


Thanks to everyone. This is such good information and will allow me to enjoy the "damnyouautocorrect" movement in a much more thorough fatass.
posted by ronofthedead at 4:08 PM on December 10, 2011 [8 favorites]


My favorite auto-correct ever was when I typed "ohmygodohmygodohmygod" and it corrected to "and thusly, thusly this" I nearly died laughing.
posted by anoirmarie at 4:12 PM on December 10, 2011 [34 favorites]


A lot of these seem to involve a Jen or a Jenny. Does autocorrect make everyone have a relationship with a Jen?
posted by ifandonlyif at 4:16 PM on December 10, 2011


#15 has me laughing so hard I can barely see!
posted by Malor at 4:17 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


The previous Damn You Autocorrect FPP had a really, really good explanation of how autocorrect works.
Oh god that explanation, I think, got sidebared but it was actually terrible. It was a complete guess and assumed, for whatever reason, that including an entire dictionary of words was somehow 'too big' to fit on an iPhone, even though it could fit on a 386 PC with a 100Mb hard drive.
So Autocorrect here is taking a very different approach. Rather than ask, "Is that a real word, yes or no?" it asks, "How probable is it that that's a word? How word-like is it?"
First of all, that's just a complete guess, but he states it as a fact. A fact that happens to be wrong and then he goes off on some total nonsense about hidden markov models which is just ridiculous when it comes to simple spellcheckers. You would never write a spell checker without using a real dictionary file, because there are all sorts of strangely spelled words in the English language. Typically you use HMMs on entire words not letters. You can use HMMs to generate 'gibberish' words that look like they could be real, though.

The reason these strange things end up in auto-correct is that the iPhone stores 'novel' words you type into it (like "SORRYIATETHEWAFFLES")

Anyway, this list was funny.
posted by delmoi at 4:20 PM on December 10, 2011 [8 favorites]


I'm a secretary; I text one of my doctors his next day's schedule every weekday. Consequently my autocorrect is constantly correcting my stuff to the acronyms of committees he's on. It still hasn't learned my Canadian spelling though.
posted by joannemerriam at 4:26 PM on December 10, 2011


For people who don't understand the experience of sending a different word than you typed: it's a really small screen, people text quickly, they keyboard is small, the target you have to hit to decline an offered autocorrect is microscopic, and if you are typing a word the phone doesn't know you sometimes have to tell it no several times (and then it saves the word you typed, hence 'fuckweasel' for 'fuchsia').

Many autocorrect errors aren't funny. I have occasionally texted my husband that I am "ow my way" or to "get dog foul". Thanks to work-talk, I have a ton of annoying acronyms in my dictionary and so occasionally get HIT instead of hit or EDI instead of words that start with 'ed'.

Some of the ones on DYAC are no doubt fake. I dearly hope that LMAOPRomotionalkittenbasket isn't.
posted by Lyn Never at 4:32 PM on December 10, 2011 [7 favorites]


Only a handful of these struck me as faked. The more organic ones are so much funnier anyway, they don't strain the credulity even a little bit. I don't think I've laughed that hard for days. It just creeps up on you and builds until you are just helpless!
posted by hermitosis at 4:33 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


MeFi's own. Definitely not fake.

So fake. If it weren't fake it would have said GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICHES or PLO CHOPS instead of BHUTAN.
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 4:35 PM on December 10, 2011


Mom always had a hunch you were gay.
posted by emjaybee at 4:37 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


I don't care if they're fake or not, I get helpless with laughter reading them for some reason.
posted by Maias at 4:38 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


I've had plenty of auto correct errors, mainly because I type pretty fat and then, in my hate, hit send without looking.

The above paragraph is an example of what happens when I don't review what I've written.
posted by knapah at 4:39 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


I'm willing to accept that even if they are faked, they're still not outside the realms of probability, and also very funny.

Anyway, my favorite personal anecdote about this is a friend who's girlfriend texted that she loved him, and he wrote back "I love you toilet" instead of too. She still gets mad whenever he calls her toilet as a joke. They have a strange relationship.
posted by codacorolla at 4:45 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


MeFi's own. Definitely not fake.

So fake. If it weren't fake it would have said GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICHES or PLO CHOPS instead of BHUTAN.


Or TATERS?
posted by availablelight at 4:50 PM on December 10, 2011


Hilarious LOL !! :)
posted by Poet_Lariat at 4:51 PM on December 10, 2011


I thought some were fake, dear forum reader, until one day it happened to me... For reals though, my sister texted to ask if there were grocery stores near our house. There is one (of the biggest chains in Australia, Woolworths, oft shortened to woolies). My reply? "Didn't you used to live here? You should know there's big willies near the square".
posted by smoke at 4:51 PM on December 10, 2011


It was a complete guess and assumed, for whatever reason, that including an entire dictionary of words was somehow 'too big' to fit on an iPhone, even though it could fit on a 386 PC with a 100Mb hard drive.

Wow, yeah, I hadn't seen that comment before but the idea that storing dictionary text is a size burden on pretty much anything modern is absurd. Maybe an embedded system or something.

Text takes tiny amounts of space to store to begin with, and is incredibly compressible. The OED has around 600k words. Let's say an average of 10 letters a word. That would be 6 megs of text, uncompressed. Probably closer to 1-2 megs compressed. And of course I highly doubt anybody's using all of OED for spellcheck dictionaries. I have ringtones bigger than 2MB.
posted by kmz at 4:58 PM on December 10, 2011


Sometimes autocorrect isn't funny; it's oddly poignant. My brother-in-law was in hospice with a very short time left to live. The hospice nurse called and gently suggested that if we wanted to say goodbye, that we'd best get there soon.

You can imagine the reaction when my autocorrect changed "hospice" to "hostile" and I texted a relative with, "The hostile nurse called to let us know it's time to say goodbye to David."
posted by leftcoastbob at 5:08 PM on December 10, 2011 [4 favorites]


I'm logging into Christianmindfuck.com right now. Just my kind of guy, out there waiting...
posted by wallabear at 5:11 PM on December 10, 2011


Some of these might be simple typos blamed on autocrorrect. I'll often mean to type one word and accidentally type vagina.
posted by Bunny Ultramod at 5:11 PM on December 10, 2011


Another thing to consider: just because these are all iPhone screenshots does not mean the other party is on an iPhone. I recognize some of the more head-smack worthy auto corrections from my T9 days, including the breathtakingly dumb behavior of storing new dictionary additions in ALLCAPS.
posted by dixiecupdrinking at 5:13 PM on December 10, 2011


I'll often mean to type one word and accidentally type vagina.

One particular word or just any single word? 'Cause if it's the latter, that is some Freudian shit right there.

On the other hand, about a year ago I was feeling ill and complaining about work to a friend, and I typed "I'd rather be good in bed." And she was like "...," and I had to hastily correct "home, home in bed." Still, I want to know about all these people apparently texting "pussy" over and over.....
posted by GenjiandProust at 5:35 PM on December 10, 2011


A lot of autocorrect disasters could be averted if there was a cancel send button. That's the worst part about it, your muscle memory types the message out and hits send even though your eyes notice the mistake. And you can't take it back, just watch that blue bar advance as it sends "your shaved pussy" to your mom and you think "noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo" in horror.
posted by nathancaswell at 5:43 PM on December 10, 2011 [8 favorites]


There's something about these, that's for sure. I always think "oh, here we go, someone typed vagina, how (not) hilarious" but then I always end up crying with laughter as well. How does that work?? Some kind of cumulative effect?! Damn you, autocorrect!
posted by bquarters at 5:50 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


For those of you who feel that these just don't happen, you're incorrect. These specific examples might be fakes, but I assure you that 1) auto-correct apparently "learns" words, so just because the iPhone dictionary doesn't have "fuck" in it out-of-the-box, doesn't mean it won't learn it, and 2) no, people generally aren't watching the resulting text they're generating, they're too busy watching their fingers hit the keyboard, because they're really just hitting arbitrary zones on a glass screen, and those zones are really small. So while it's good etiquette to look over a message before you send it, many (including me on occasion) will miss embarrassing goofs.

For example, one email I sent earlier this year from my iPhone (yes, emails aren't texts, but the same auto-correct principle applies) reads in part like this:

We stopped the services on [server name removed] but did not shit the box down, since I was told that only the infrastructure people should be doing that.

I read over it before sending it, but missed the typo.
posted by deadcowdan at 5:57 PM on December 10, 2011


Damn, I've been trying everything under the sun to go into labor. It's too bad laughter isn't on the list--this might have worked.
posted by litnerd at 6:00 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


A lot of these seem to involve a Jen or a Jenny. Does autocorrect make everyone have a relationship with a Jen?

I would guess it's already in the dictionary, or gets there quickly, due to U.S. parents being seized by an overwhelming desire to have a daughter named Jennifer for over a decade (see chart at right). The scenario set out in "27 Jennifers" may have actually been achievable in a large enough school from the early '80s through the late '90s.
posted by EvaDestruction at 6:06 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


everyone born in the 70s was named jennifer. True fact.
posted by empath at 6:12 PM on December 10, 2011 [6 favorites]


I figured the dictionaries for the iPhone had been left behind to ease localization.
posted by LogicalDash at 6:16 PM on December 10, 2011


I think it actually is some sort of cumulative effect. This one made me keel over with the unable-to-breathe-omg-I-think-this-might-actually-kill-me kind of laughter, but if I hadn't been primed by the previous 20 pages (which, seriously, I just read 20 pages of this?!) would have only been a mild chuckle.
posted by billybunny at 6:17 PM on December 10, 2011



everyone born in the 70s was named jennifer. True fact.


"This is as useless as shouting 'Hey Jennifer!" in a high school cafeteria."
posted by The Whelk at 6:40 PM on December 10, 2011


Every time I visit that site I end up wanting an iPhone.

And friends to text.

So lonely.

posted by deborah at 6:42 PM on December 10, 2011 [5 favorites]


When I was a teenage asshole I used to shout "Hey Jennifer" and "Hey Sarah" at themeparks while waiting in line just to see what would happen.
posted by Navelgazer at 6:50 PM on December 10, 2011 [2 favorites]


#15 has me laughing so hard I can barely see!

Yes, the COCKSLAP got me too.
posted by Nomyte at 7:19 PM on December 10, 2011


Do people not read messages before sending, anymore? Or are they just blinded by the shiny glassy bubbles of the interface?
posted by HFSH at 7:49 PM on December 10, 2011


I made the grievous mistake of reading these in a coffee shop and ended up laughing so hard I started to cry. I cannot remember a time where I laughed so hard I cried.
posted by ruhroh at 8:01 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


Oh man. I almost never laugh out loud in reality but a number of these had me seriously losing my shit. Thank you for porning this.
posted by threeants at 8:11 PM on December 10, 2011 [2 favorites]


I think its funny if these are real as someone would have to put 'cameltoe' and 'butthole' in their phone dictionary...I mean, are you typing those words alot????
posted by sfts2 at 8:18 PM on December 10, 2011


You don't have to type them a lot. You just have to type them once.
posted by Mavri at 8:21 PM on December 10, 2011


Doesn't the autocorrect guess depend on the first letter or two typed? That would make some of these more likely to be fakes. Or does it predict entire words, without waiting for an initial...
posted by not_that_epiphanius at 8:27 PM on December 10, 2011


Fake or not, "fuckweasel" has now entered my day to day vocab.
posted by ninazer0 at 8:38 PM on December 10, 2011


"Effervescent Shitstain" is going to be my first thought upon hearing any new paint color.
posted by Navelgazer at 8:49 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


#27 got me the best - the song was on in the background and I read it with perfect timing.
posted by Gregarious introvert at 8:55 PM on December 10, 2011


ninazer0: "Fake or not, "fuckweasel" has now entered my day to day vocab."

I quite like "what the fructose".
posted by deborah at 9:07 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


> Doesn't the autocorrect guess depend on the first letter or two typed?

Not quite. It'll get primed based on the first few keypresses, but because you're touching a screen instead of an actually discrete key, it does some fudging to try and figure out if you meant to touch another nearby key instead of the one you hit.

Look at your keyboard and imagine touching the veeeery right edge of the "g" key, then the veeeeery left edge of the "o" key. You technically typed "go" but your phone might correct that to "hi" if it thinks your fingers were off by a smidgeon.

Similarly, that's why you can type "hrllo" on a phone and have it come out "hello" -- it knows that the "r" is pretty close to the "e."
posted by SemiSophos at 9:29 PM on December 10, 2011 [1 favorite]


By the way, there has been a sort of sidememe on DYAC of people recording themselves (or each other) reading DYAC and laughing. They recently posted a list of their 15 favorite videos.

So you don't have to feel so bad if you've been rendered helpless and/or incontinent while reading the site. For whatever reason, they just get you right in the funnybone.
posted by Lyn Never at 9:57 PM on December 10, 2011


I'm too lazy and uncreative to do this but someone should use the fakeiphonetext.com thing to create a tumblr blog where world events and prominent news stories are revealed to have been caused by autocorrect bloopers.

e.g.,
dcameron: Go to hell eat my fsckn dick

amerkel: that's it. no deal.

dcameron: OMG I meant got to help the EU with fiscal discipline
posted by XMLicious at 9:58 PM on December 10, 2011 [15 favorites]


empath, i had heard day9 talk about that but hadn't seen it and it's the last "boner" that totally kills me.
posted by neuromodulator at 10:20 PM on December 10, 2011


Also cheers for this because that "laughing so hard I can't breathe" thing is rare and wonderful. It's number 16 that does me in. I feel so juvenile and immature and it's really great.
posted by neuromodulator at 10:24 PM on December 10, 2011


I think its funny if these are real as someone would have to put 'cameltoe' and 'butthole'in their phone dictionary...I mean, are you typing those words alot???

I have carefully entered a variety of idiosyncratic obscenities into my phonei dictionary, as well as any number of graphic anatomical and medical terms relating to pregnancy and childbirth. I have sent a few doozies of autocorrect errors.

But the one that annoys me is my phone constantly fixes with to "wig," I guess because I miss the t a lot. People are starting to think I have a fake hair obsession.

I also feel like my phone dictionary has a weirdly large number of brandnames, from Google to Krylon (phone is capitalizing those). When I texted my friends that I had cookies to share they got that "i have cooked to Sheraton."

Also, for others who asked, I look at the letters, not the words above in the text box. Since you can't touch type and looking both places is hard. When I'm in a rush I tend to forget to proofread. I mean, its a text, not a novel.
posted by Eyebrows McGee at 10:39 PM on December 10, 2011


hifimofo: DYAC is faker than a fake thing. A minute with an iPhone will demonstrate that.

DYAC is, I guarantee you, at least 90% realer than a real thing. A month with an iPhone will demonstrate that.
posted by tzikeh at 10:46 PM on December 10, 2011 [3 favorites]


These had me screaming with laughter. Probably not the best idea to read them while my boyfriend is asleep in the next room.
posted by SisterHavana at 10:56 PM on December 10, 2011


If you do a lit of texting, then you tend to blue through it without proofing what you're writing as you go because your concentrating on what your writing on the keyboard, nor what's going on in the text prediction box.

And the above is what my phone decided I wanted to say when testing out SlideIT. It's about par for the course for what my unedited texting looks like. The advantage of auto correct is that at least it looks Luke English words, whetas when I turn it orf my typing goes to completly illegiblr shit as this non corrected sentencr dhows. seriously.
posted by ArkhanJG at 1:32 AM on December 11, 2011 [2 favorites]


When o used to read that site regularly, I used to assume that they were all iphones as some kind of stylistic thing, and some poor sod had to PhotoShop insane messages into a template. Then I realised that the worst my Android tends to do is think that "o" is more likely than "I".

Someone with experience of both - is the iPhone autocorrect really that shit?

( I suppose o could rtft to fond out... )
posted by sodium lights the horizon at 2:55 AM on December 11, 2011


Dammit, my grandma would think these were hilarious, if only I could get her to understand about auto-correct.
posted by orme at 3:53 AM on December 11, 2011


I think what truly makes autocorrectFAIL truly epic is when you compound that mistake by further autoFAILS. You can almost hear the rage through your phone as it gets worse and worse.
posted by Fizz at 5:37 AM on December 11, 2011 [4 favorites]




I laughed so hard I have fuckweasel cumstain in my vulva.

Boner.
posted by Decani at 6:11 AM on December 11, 2011


I laughed so hard that I was a little worried what the neighbors would think (Sunday AM, thin walls), until I was literally crying, but was helpless to stop. Now my stomach muscles hurt from so much laughing.

I really did not expect that.
posted by lunasol at 9:42 AM on December 11, 2011


Kinky Fuck haven't made a good album in years.

I got all their albums. Even the stuff that ain't no good no more.
posted by Smedleyman at 10:04 AM on December 11, 2011


That was so great. Tears streaming down my face, gasping "Ow! Ow!" because my abs hurt from laughing so hard.

My dog slept straight through all this, right by my side. I wonder what that says about me.
posted by HotToddy at 3:28 PM on December 11, 2011


There is a much simpler explanation than people faking iPhone conversations, namely that Apple's auto-correct just sucks.

I'd regularly missed seriously bad auto-correct errors in professional emails once I upgraded to Mac OS X Lion, probably caught hundreds of auto-correct errors per day across all typing. I ultimately deemed Lion unusable professionally without disabling "Correct spelling automatically" in System Preferences' Language & Text section.

These are epically funny though, mostly because it isn't me writing them, especially not in a professional email.
posted by jeffburdges at 5:00 PM on December 11, 2011


> assumed, for whatever reason, that including an entire dictionary of words was somehow 'too big' to fit on an iPhone, even
> though it could fit on a 386 PC with a 100Mb hard drive. [...] You would never write a spell checker without using a real dictionary file

WordStar running on CP/M (of course you remember WordStar for CP/M) didn't require any HD at all, just a couple of 8 inch floppies. It had a spellcheck which was entirely happy with "boathood", "hairful", and "footish". It may have had a miniscule dictionary but must also have had some rules for the vast number of words and variations it didn't have, so that if you offered it something nonexistent that it couldn't find in its wordlist but that did abide by the ruleset, WS gave it a pass. Footish.
posted by jfuller at 6:24 PM on December 11, 2011


Actual tears. Rolling down my face. Chest hurts from laughing so hard.

I have never managed to find another site that makes me laugh so consistently and as hard as Damn You Autocorrect does. Thanks for reminding me.
posted by six-or-six-thirty at 6:42 PM on December 11, 2011


"Every day I'm Snuffleupagus!" LOL
posted by jeffburdges at 7:01 PM on December 11, 2011


Who rates these things? Effervescent shitstain (#39) is so much funnier than period red (#24)!
posted by mysterpigg at 2:45 PM on December 12, 2011


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