Thursday, January 15, 2009

Scientific Discovery in New Jersey

This week, in Central New Jersey, a cave was discovered and drawings were found on the walls. Scientists were called in from Rutgers University to study these drawings. Professor Emeritus Jonathon Frink led the group, and after hours of research it was determined that this was a vicious dinosaur that was being fed a woman. It made no sense, until Chelle B and the entire cabal from from Humorbloggersdotcom was consulted and they shed light on the drawing and its significance.

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They studied it and announced to the scientific community that this was man's first joke.

"Take my wife,



please."

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19 comments:

Marvel Goose said...

I believe the Dinosaur was a Rodney Dangerfieldus.

ettarose said...

LOL at Marvel Goose. Great find. You know this is how we started.

Heather said...

Its 10.30pm here and I just spat out my hot chocolate all over my keyboard. Do you know how sticky that stuff is. Too funny.

Paul Eilers said...

I would NEVER say such a thing about mah wife! :)

(I do like the comment of Marvel Goose!)

dizzblnd said...

HA! That's great

~*~Shadow.Crystal~*~ said...

LOL... cute.

(p.s. - I should have a rant up by this evening... I've been ill and busy with school, so I haven't felt like posting the past few days)

Jenn Thorson said...

I do believe Marvel Goose is right. :)

Or perhaps Hennius Youngmanicus Rex

ReformingGeek said...

G R O A N !!!!!!

Stoogasauras is my guess to keep it going here this morning ;-)

Michelle said...

HAHA!!! Old man you made my very snowy day but you know its snowing right??

Take my snow please???? Take me please!!! To a warmer place!!!

Happy Thursday old man!

Da Old Man said...

@ He does seem to have that Rodneyesque look

@ Etta: It is an old and quasi honorable profession

@ Heather: Glad it made you laugh :)

@ Paul: I wouldn't say it either. I blame the Caveman

@ Dizz: Thanks :)

@ Shadow: Hope you're feeling better. I enjoy your writing so much.

@ Jenn: The Hennius Rex is the dinosaur I was trying to draw. Note my mad "Paint Skillz." The Dangerfieldus just gets no respect.
:(

@ Reforming: LOL @ Stoogasaurus

@ Michelle: Yeah, it's snowy and bitter cold. :(
I live relatively close to you, so I get to enjoy the same crappy weather

Jormengrund said...

I've gotta say..

I'm kind of disappointed in you Crotchtey.

I mean, you're trying to claim that drawing as your own, but everyone who reads knows that you had to outsource to Bee in order to get those cave drawing right!

And it was Hennius Youngmanis Rex that first coined the phrase..

But it was along the lines of:

"Take my wife..."

"Please!"

The dramatic pause is what made it quite funny back in the day!

Da Old Man said...

@ Jormen: You are right. It was sort of implied, but not everyone is familiar with the comedy master that was Henny Youngman. I just put a dramatic pause into the post.
Thanks.

Bradley said...

Wow. Even when you're bad - you're good. I think they heard me grown three states over.

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

What Marvel Goose said. Bwahahahahaha.

Have a terrific day. :)

HumorSmith said...

Jeez! And I thought I had no pride.
Also fyi, the drawing actually depicts a primitive rite from the day, a single woman out for a night of fun being picked up
by one of the first lounge lizards.

His opening line was usually something like, "Say, you look good enough to eat."

Lame, but amazingly effective.

The Hawg! said...

Beautiful! And as crude as that drawing is, it's better than anything I could do...

Lauren said...

He stared at Dangerfields!

Da Old Man said...

@ Bradley: Yeah, it was a groaner.
:)

@ Sandee: Thanks. Yes, he had a good line. I set it up, and he knocked it down. :)

@ Humor: I'm a sellout. Shameless, too.

@ The Hawg: I have art skilz

@ Lauren: 2 shows a night

The Self-Deprechaun said...

The wife has nice hair and that dino is wearing some slammin kick's. Maybe air jordans circa b.c.