My Son and Heir

My Son and Heir August 1, 2012

“I’m going to publish my college transcripts and call it 50 Grades of Shea.” – Luke the Nordic Giant

Words cannot express my sense of pride–and shame.

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  • Charlie

    My only question is will Luke the Nordic Giant be able to sell the manuscript to Hollywood so that they can make an astoundingly bad movie and an excessive number of equally abysmal, or even more abysmal, sequels? If you can do that and also somehow manage to simultaneously outrage the Gay Legion of Menacing Visigoths for Tolerance, the Sheas could end up richer than Romney. Is the world ready for a multi-billionaire Dark Lord (and family)? (I know, that’s two questions.)

  • Chris M

    Wow. Just, wow.

    • James H, London

      Seconded – just… Wow!

  • Julie

    Come on! Pride all the way. It WAS clever, groan-worthy or not!

    • ivan_the_mad

      As my pastor would say – “Well done, good and faithful servant”.

  • ‘Brings a whole new meaning to “that class really whipped me”.

  • Steve P

    Uber-Like

    Didn’t bother trying to find an umlaut, but added this to make my comment longer…

  • That deserves one of these: http://instantrimshot.com/

  • bob

    Wow. In the spirit of Dick Cavett. Years ago he commented on a photo published of Aristotle Onassis house hunting in California. One of the places he checked out had once been the mansion built by the actor Buster Keaton. Cavett described the picture as Aristotle contemplating the home of Buster.