Thursday, December 20, 2007

not "again"


Diarmuid saw this one in Caloundra, Queensland, Australia and suggests that "Again" could mean “We can’t believe it either”, or “The 2004 prize was awarded twice, and we got it both times”

5 comments:

Jason said...

Maybe they didn't legitimately win the first time. I imagine it as more of a "redefeat Bush" thing. Like, defeat Bush, "again".

Not quite the Bradys said...

Maybe it's just that they never actually won before. It could mean, "We won this year and if we had competed before we would have won then too.".

TheJay said...

I think perhaps it indicates the endorsement of the baby from the show Dinosaurs.

Anonymous said...

I like to think of it as that they heard an incredulous "Again!?" every time they mentioned their victory. Eventually they decided to preempt the disbelief by writing it down themselves on the window.

andrew said...

Bullwinkle: Hey Rocky, watch me win the Great Aussie pie competition!

Rocky: Again?!