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August 18, 2002 8:26 PM   Subscribe

Ask Ah-nold how to pump up your puny little girly legs and ahms. Hear him now and call me later, I tell you to watch out, because he's gone completely nuts. Maybe it IS a tumor. (qt clip from japander.com)
posted by Stan Chin (6 comments total)

 
from his site..

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Hey Arnie!

Who do you think would win if a werewolf fought a vampire? I think a vampire, but what do YOU think?

Cheers,

Paul



Dear Paul,

This is almost better than the Yoda question! I am curious as to why you want my opinion on this, but I will answer it anyway.

If being a monster were like being a bodybuilder, I think a werewolf would probably lose a competition like this. First of all, a vampire is a vampire on a daily (or should I say nightly) basis. He has daily goals that he pursues without stopping or giving up. He can't rest or survive without what he needs.

Werewolves are only werewolves when the moon is full, and, what's that? Once a month? Forget it! That's no way to be a monster! You have to stay at it everyday to be any good, right? Vampires know what this means.

And in a pose-down? Werewolves have way too much hair, but vampires would have terrible routines, since they wouldn't be able to practice in front of mirror.

Funny question!

Arnold

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ack
posted by RobbieFal at 10:20 PM on August 18, 2002


bandwidth on that video will probably be capped fairly quickly, can someone mirror it?
posted by joemaller at 12:27 AM on August 19, 2002


Can anyone translate the basic plot of the qt clip? The mind boggles.
posted by nautone at 1:49 AM on August 19, 2002


Arnold in a Japanese commercial. Not unlike Homer Simpson's famous "Mr. Sparkle" spot.
posted by aladfar at 7:28 AM on August 19, 2002


Heh... Arnold has a girly signature...
posted by Dirjy at 10:07 AM on August 19, 2002


You have to admit — Arnold is a commited person, whether it be body-building, keeping in touch with fans, making bad movies or choosing bizarre political positions. He's quite thorough. While I don't admire his ideas, I do respect his ability to follow through on his agendas.

And I'm not suprised that he's been trying to keep these commercials under wraps. That's some classic Japanese craziness.
posted by Down10 at 12:59 PM on August 19, 2002


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