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The Happy Poster Project : because Nothing is Unpossible.
posted by whatnot (18 comments total)

 
Somehow, I'm not any happier.
posted by swift at 7:29 AM on March 28, 2005


Dispossible? Expossible? Depossible? Mispossible? What'd I miss?
posted by Devils Rancher at 8:04 AM on March 28, 2005


Me fail English? That's unpossible!

/obligatory.
posted by 1016 at 8:34 AM on March 28, 2005


It's a perfectly cromulent word.
posted by Tubes at 9:01 AM on March 28, 2005


That is a most excellent combination of two pictures. I feel like the Coleman/Hasslehoff heads were meant to be in that picture. The fact that the hands fit in perfectly too is just icing on the cake.

Also, what a fabulous idea for a project: Make people laugh.
posted by Four Flavors at 9:06 AM on March 28, 2005


I like it. Never spook the penguins. Even the ones you can't see.
posted by ancientgower at 9:26 AM on March 28, 2005


Yuk. How grotesquely unpleasing to my misanthropic soul.

If these people were true Brits they's have the decency to refrain from expressing any emotion jollier than "Mustn't Grumble". Bah. Kids today.
posted by Decani at 9:38 AM on March 28, 2005


Hee hee. I would put this up at work, but I think I'd get fired. Thanks for posting this!
posted by shoppingforsanity at 9:42 AM on March 28, 2005


"Harshing?" Someone translate into American, please?
posted by ZenMasterThis at 10:04 AM on March 28, 2005


Oh, and I just printed out the "Penguin" poster and put it on my wall.
posted by ZenMasterThis at 10:08 AM on March 28, 2005


ANOTHER Hasslehoff sighting. Good god.

[very funny]
posted by papercake at 10:21 AM on March 28, 2005


Using my keen ability to decipher word meanings by reading in context, I would assume that "harshing my buzz" translates to "killing my buzz" in American. Although, even with my incredible intellect, I cannot quite fathom what "well chuffed" means.
posted by shoppingforsanity at 10:25 AM on March 28, 2005


Oh, like "wreck my buzz" (New England idiom)? Got it. Thanks.
posted by ZenMasterThis at 10:26 AM on March 28, 2005


OK, I've been hearing "harshing my buzz" in the USA since the '70s. Somebody's either not paying attention or hasn't been harshing people's buzzes enough.

The lillies being well-chuffed, though... that's completely incomprehensible.
posted by stupidsexyFlanders at 12:28 PM on March 28, 2005


It's supposed to be Harshing My Mellow.
posted by gummo at 12:46 PM on March 28, 2005


Or is that Marshing My Mellow?
posted by wendell at 2:38 PM on March 28, 2005


I'm going to spend the rest of the day reading demotivators to counter this positive thinking
posted by MiltonRandKalman at 4:11 PM on March 28, 2005


Well, since no other helpful Brit has done it... "chuffed" means simply pleased, satisfied. "Well chuffed", naturally, means extremely pleased and satisfied.

Bish bosh, and indeed, sorted. One sincerely hopes so, anyway.
posted by Decani at 5:32 PM on March 28, 2005


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