Elvish Pillager wrote:See? All the problems in our society are caused by violent video games, like FarmVille.
GodShapedBullet wrote:sje46 wrote:This one reminds me that I don't know that much about internet culture.
Ha ha, they did have culture before the internet, sje46. They had memes and everything.
Alt text: If long tooltips / cut off for you / then upgrade from / Firefox 2 / Burma Shave
The Great Hippo wrote:My dearest, most cherished friend, Paranoid__Android:
... truly, you are a champion among champions. ...
Sincerely and with great fondness,
~The Great Hippo
SoapyHobo wrote:Ah, Burma-shave, I thank Bill Bryson for the knowledge of such things.
fealuinix wrote:Okay, I admit the comic is funny, after you Wikipedia Burma-Shave. I mean, they quit that ad campaign 19 years before I was born! My dad was in Kindergarten!!!
Surgery wrote:not entirely sure what twitter is, but if people start posting blogs and such and four stanza verse ending each post with "Burma-Shave" it will be one of the few internet memes that I heartily approve of.
huh, firefox says "memes" isn't a word, and dictionary.com agrees. What's the correct plural of meme? Which firefox also says isn't a word, but here dictionary.com disagrees.
cyberblade wrote:I knew Burma Shave-but had to look up twitter...
And I'm not OLD!!
Compiling.. wrote:xkcd... where EVERYONE loves EVERYONE...
6453893 wrote:Didn't grow up in America, so I guess I'm excused for having had no idea what Burma-Shave was until now.
Also how many minutes until this meme is a twitter epidemic? I say 17.
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