All Right, Stop!

From the awesome XKCD.com. Thank to Facebook friend Kelly Cutter Glasper.

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  • Anonymous

    Kelly. Cutter. Glasper. Genius.

    Had a good, hearty laugh over that one. Thank you.

  • Susan in NY

    ok, I don’t get it. I admit it. Can someone explain?

  • http://myfanwe.wordpress.com Meg

    You’re not alone, Susan. I don’t get it either. LOL

  • Anonymous

    Meg and Susa: Did you guys not live in America in early 1990′s? Cuz … that has GOT to be the only way you don’t think this is funny. But if you didn’t, then .. yeah, this would make about no sense at all.

  • Chris McKesson

    Nope, me either.

  • http://www.barnmaven.com Barnmaven

    Stop! Hammertime! Thanks a lot for the earworm, dammit.

    My favorite XKCD comic is the one where he’s furiously typing on the computer. She says “Are you coming to bed yet?” He replies, “I can’t. Someone on the internet is WRONG.”

  • http://myfanwe.wordpress.com Meg

    I’ve lived my entire life apart from six months, in Australia. The six months in question, I lived in New Zealand. So no I guess I just don’t get it. LOL

  • Don Whitt

    Rick James. She’s super freaky.

    There – I fixed your ear worm. Oh, but I created another one…

  • Don Whitt

    Rick James. She’s super freaky.

    There – I fixed your ear worm. Oh, but I created another one…

  • Diana A.

    According to a friend of mine, the best way to get rid of an earworm is to sing “Amazing Grace” to the tune of the “Gilligan’s Island Theme.”


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