Everybody loves potato jokes, right? Here’s another one:
Knock-knock. Who’s there? Potato. Potato who? Orange you glad you didn’t watch Manos: The Hands of Fate?
You know, I’ve always wondered what the condors did to offend the deadly race of onion assassins.
Great job with the comic and everything. I’m kind of disappointed that you didn’t include anything about french fries, seeing as how this was potato themed.
He did include fries! He was going to slice mr.tuber into sticks and boil them in oil!
And really, who WOULDN’T listen to tuber talk? I’d love it.
No comment today…gotta go “bend the sea lion.”
Knock, knock Who’s there? Not me.
I’m out…bending the sea lion.
Question: Must one be male to “bend the sea lion”? Because if so I’m out of luck in my sea lion bending adventures. Also: Isn’t it wierd how sea animals are related to land animals, but not the other way around? “Sea lion” Manatees are the “cows of the sea” Any candidates for the “land fish” – or better yet – “land squid”!
You could try calling spiders “land crabs”–er, wait, no. That doesn’t work. But you could call scorpions “land Eurypterids”.
Also, sorry, but I can’t say for sure whether bending the sea lion is strictly a men’s activity.
If you don’t know what bending the sea lion is, you should never find out.
I’m starting to be glad I had never heard of Manos: The Hands of Fate…but I’m also filled with intrigue as to what made it so awful…. also, anyone know why english captilalizes the first person singular “I”? is it the western emphasis on the individuality of the self?
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