Tuesday, December 11, 2007

good "cure"


This picture and the following commentary from Susan:

What are they REALLY doing with the donations? Maybe "find the cure" means they are using the money to buy some weed, sit in a circle and smoke it, and come up with ideas to cure breast cancer? If so, I'm sure the "cure" would end up being "smoke more weed".

15 comments:

Analisa said...

This blog is "hilarious", I'm sorry I've missed it for so long!

Anonymous said...

LOL! I love that one

Jeff said...

Love the comment on this one. Totally made my day.

Analisa said...

I am so hoping Jeff knows I was deliberately misusing quotes. ;)

Jeff said...

No, I meant Bethany's comment on the picture. About potheads' solution for everything being to smoke more pot.

I assumed you were just being a sarcastic jerk.

Just kidding.

Not quite the Bradys said...

Just kidding, or "just kidding"?

bethany said...

Just to clarify, Susan came up with that one, not me. I am not QUITE that clever.

Jeff said...

Ah, you're right!

Well, kudos to you, Susan. Kudos.

Dustin said...

Um, I'm afraid to say, in this case the quotes are legitimate. The money is not going to find some unspecified cure -- it's going to the foundation by the name "Find The Cure". The quotes disambiguate those two situations.

Jeff said...

...and still totally not the point...

Rayne said...

Smoke more weed!

Kristy said...

Ooo. Unspecified, legitimate, and disambiguate all in the same comment.

Note to Dustin: Perhaps you should try to "find the cure" via the weed path.

Just kidding, of course. You gotta love a man who whips out "disambiguate" so easily. =)

******

Susan, you rock!

Jennifer said...

"smoke more weed". should read:
"smoke more weed."

American English always puts the period inside the quotation marks.

Funny quote!

Jeff said...

^
Bethany's making a stylistic choice. I think it's covered in the FAQ or some such page...

Anonymous said...

so many people really think that is the cure. just ask my ex boyfriend.