Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Addition to the Enemies List

So many times I've mentioned the name of our kickball team, I've been asked "Have you seen 'Ask a Ninja'? For me this equates to, "Hi, I have terrible taste. Don't be my friend." If you haven't seen "Ask a Ninja" it's like Strong Bad answering his e-mail on the Homestar Runner website except not funny. They try to make up for it by editing really, really fast. The guy doesn't even have a cool voice for it.

"Ask a Ninja" is officially on the Awesome Helicopter Ninjas enemies list.

Go to the Homestar Runner website instead.

3 comments:

mykill said...

However if someone asks you if we have heard of Real Ultimate Power, you just nod and say "Welcome to 2001, numbnuts." then give them a free AHN sticker, just because.

Scott Jonesilicious said...

An excellent point. Not that you need my stupid ass to validate you. As someone who has been welcomed to years long gone by several times (I saw Oceans 11 last SEPTEMBER), it would be a nice change of pace.

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