When it comes to making the perfect quiche, you’ll need a few things. An apron. A windbreaker. A gas leak. Don’t worry about the fact that the list doesn’t make sense yet. It will.
‘You say it’s your birthday? It’s my birthday, too.’
The stockings are hung, possibly with care. That’s not really my concern. They don’t even have to be hung, as not everyone has a chimney.
If things don’t seem to make sense, that’s a feature.
You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth. About tortillas.
All that stands between you and Earth 2 is yourself. And a robot army. Don’t forget the explosives.
A new you is out there waiting, although you may need a disguise.
Never hire a jerboa to be your au pair, unless you love awesomeness.
If you’re going to take over the eastern seaboard, you’ll need two things: crème eggs, and a flamethrower.
So you’re an escaped hologram and you have a capybara.
Even if your spirit animal is a sloth, you can still accomplish some stuff.
They slid down the chimney and shimmied into a hallway. There, they found a door ajar. In it, a pair of sisters sat, one on the bed and one on the trundle.
In the words David Lee Roth, ‘I cannot get there from here, baby.’ Sometimes Dave got things wrong.
Or why open office plans are terrible for producing thoughtful, coherent pyramid schemes involving hybrid attack animals.
As 99 navigated between pieces of gym equipment, various props, and a giant box of toothpicks, he noticed the comic’s veiny biceps and bright red hair.
In which we find our hero apparently wandered into Mexico and must find his way back across the border. Then some other things happen.
In our latest installment, some other things that don’t make sense happened. Just roll with it, okay?
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