Tuesday, February 26, 2008

We have laws. . .

. . .to protect the works of the artist. Oliver Babbles would know about them if he went to class.

From: A.v.E (a.v.e@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com)
Sent: Tue 3/13/07 3:09 PM
To: Oliver Babbles (babbles@fuckstick.com)

Subject: Funny or Not Funny?


I didn't want to go to work so I called my boss and told him I was going to take a personal day. He tells me I don't have any personal days left, instead I had to take an impersonal day.

I sat in a stranger's kitchen for eight hours.


It was deemed, not.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I know imitation is supposed to be the sincerest form of flattery, but in this case, I'd say it's the lamest.

Oliver Babbles said...

Most of your personality is stolen from me. You get that, I get the impersonal joke. It's a pretty good deal on my part.

A.v.E said...

(Babbles) didn't exist until Business Law with Mr. Andrews.

I created you!

Cherry said...

Great work.