IADL #205
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 Hey, I know, let's get Mikey to go in first. --anon
 Airport security was particularly tight, and the 16 midget clowns were each required to pass through a metal detector before proceeding to the gate. --BretttMaverick
 One she had opened her cat door, Carl had no further use for the woman, so, pausing only to snap her neck like spaghetti, he dropped her limp body to the ground... --BretttMaverick
 It is easier for an aerostar to pass through a bicycle stand than it is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of Heaven... --FatherMaverick
 Visitors came from miles around to gaze upon the giant Miller can. --Goon
 Carl and Cathy gazed lovingly at their new minivan. Only Gloria noticed the falling jet fuselage. --BretttMaverick
 Picture #253 from the Range Test camera for Gallagher's Smash-o-Pault. Notice only one victim is aware of the incoming watermelon... --who said that?
 ... and the 30 foot airfoil at no extra charge ! --not elsie
 Miss, I'm pretty sure you mean "the Cadillac of Minivans", not "the Cadillac of Oh-My-God-A-Piano". --phil
 Are you there, God? It's me, Margaret. You mind killing this guy to my left? Thanks. -- oh, both of 'em would be fine. Optimal, even. --phil
 Let's play "spot the tourist". It's either the yuppie getting into the astro van, his wife near the rear, or the hick staring at the skyscrapers. --anon
 "Now the real beauty of this automobile is the reinforced carriage. I bet you won't even feel it the next time you commit vehicular homicide." --almost cool
 On Sesame Street, a passenger opening the door of her minivan to get out, bangs the door into the letter U, knocking it upside down. --agm
 "She'd be a fine woman," Ed thought, "if she'd only stop licking my shoulder." --Heath
 This rare still of a scene cut from Blade Runner shows that the city actually did have sunshine sometimes. --His Imperial Majesty
 Gloria had lost interest in the car demonstration, but Jake was entraced by the "vibra-ribbed" seats. --Tony's Dancing Clams
 "Well Brian, if you lay down across the backseat, I think we can fit you and your horns in the car." --Tony's Dancing Clams
 Billy was impressed when Jenny woke up with her head on his shoulder, but out in the street, it was taking things too far. --John Buchner
 "The White Zone is for the loading and unloading of passengers with whiplash only. There is no parking in the White Zone." --tv's Spatch
 Sure, she wanted it in red, but when the silver mini van dropped from the heavens, she figured "fuck it-that's why we have Earl Sheib" --Radio Show
 Honey...what does "Surrender Dorothy" mean? --Jenn Dolari
 Whether their tale should be considered a sad story or an important lesson was a hot topic for debate, but there was no doubt that the No Wheels Cab Co. was an utter failure. --Crisis
 Joe extended the fins on the DeathVan and prepared to fry the 'helpful' citizens with engine wash., --Skywise
 "'bout time the damn drugs kicked in.. here, Ethel, help me load Miss I'm-too-good-for-state-college into the van, here." --Bucky
 Authorities continue a desperate citywide search for captions for this picture. --Ngoc van Trimble
 "Um...Earl...that wash-n-wax is about to become _real_ fuckin' moot." --The Interrupting Cow
 "Oh...mmrrmmphh...someone....urrrrppp...forgot to....ugghhhchhhh...throw away their...agghhhckkk...chicken salad last week." --The Interrupting Cow
 Unfortunately, the driver training edition of The Man With Two Heads had inherent logistical problems; 10 and 2 versus 9 and 3, for one. --SkelettKrieger
 "Hi, I'm Earl Sheib and I can break anyone's neck for $39.95." --DieLifeDie
 Darlene was like, totally embarrassed as her dad paid $50 to watch the Olsen twins beefaroni wrestle. Ah, New York City, the city that never sweeps... --Dr. Bloquy
 "Seismogram-pinstripe-on-the-minivan", huh? 'Scuse me while I pass out. --Noah Vail
 It's tough to look cool getting into a minivan, and lolling your head back isn't going to help. --Anonywuss

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