7/17/2007

I Sometimes Use Words That Don't Exist...


Sometimes I say "stold".

For instance, I might ask, "Who STOLD my hamburger?"

That piece of shit, The Hamburglar, that's who!

Look at him, pointing in some desperate attempt at subterfuge, as if to say, "Oh no, it wasn't me, kind sir. It was that guy over there."

Fuck you, Hamburglar. We all know it was you. You've been trying to pull that shit for years. Nobody's buying it anymore.

The jig is up, fuckface. Now give me back my fucking burger!

And, while you're at it, learn how to talk, for god's sake! The whole "Robble robble!" shtick is so fucking weak.

6 comments:

GETkristiLOVE said...

Didja ever notice the Hamburglar's uncanny resemblence to Alfred E. Neuman?

Didja is my made up word, btw.

Elizabeth said...

I also say "stold" sometimes and he does look like Alfred E. Neuman.

McDonald's has never had any originality. You know, Sid and Marty Kroft sued them once for similating Living Island (H.R. Puff-N-Stuff's island) on one of their commercials. The Krofts won.

mixednut said...

*reaching for burger*
What the...

Big Orange said...

he's been totally pussified over the years. gimmie the creepy lookin' dood from the 70's.

What I wanna see again is the Burger King folk: the Duke of Doubt, especially!!

Oh, and whatever happened to Mayor McCheese and Officer Big Mac and the Fry Kids?? Are they gone,like Zeus?

Tenacious S said...

I preferred the Fry guys when they called them Gobblins. Mmmm, french fries.

Writeprocrastinator said...

Are old enough to remember the original Hamburglar? The geezer with white hair?

According to the Wikipedia...

In Brazil, Hamburglar is known by the name Papaburguer. In Japan, he is known as "bagaa-san". In Germany, he is known as the "Hamburgerklau". In the UK he is no longer used in any advertising or promotions.