30 April 2006

You Ain't Wrong (Week Ending 30 April 2006)

It's another week, and another week ending in a flurry of aintwrongness (as all weeks should).

Jessica at Go Fug Yourself, You Ain't Wrong, for this fugfreakintastic (or is that freakfuggintastic?) use of your deployment of the Celebrity Mindreader at the MI:III premiere.

Sonic the Hedgehog, You Ain't Wrong, child molestation is "no good".

Ed Driscoll, You Ain't Wrong, for invoking Pierre Boulle.

Chris Tucker, You Ain't Wrong, for not having a film released in over 5 years (if only Brett Rattner could say the same thing, also you ain't wrong if you fear what he's going to do to the X-Men franchise). I say go for 7-8 years at least (Rush Hour 2 followed TNT NBA wrap-up show, that high voiced, clown really bugs me, Rush Hour 3 has been 'in pre-production for better than 3 years, nobody wants to see this anymore (or so I hope), I'd rather see another Another 48Hrs than Rush Hour 3)

President George W. Bush (with help from Steve Bridges), You Ain't Wrong, for having a sense of humor about yourself and the public's perception of you. You outdid your wife from last year, and your performance was funnier than Stephen Colbert's.

Going to keep it short and sweet this week. As far as antiaintwrongness, the commie pinko scum holiday May Day, 'day without an immigrant' has to top the list of aintwrongness, so in an unprecedented move, I'm using an upcoming event to describe the antonym for aintwrongness, so



reader_iam said...

XWL: I could be wrong, but I think you may have outdone yourself this week.

Must ... stop ... laughing ... and ... do ... something ... productive.

Sometimes, it ain't easy.

Icepick said...

X, You Ain't Wrong for posting several pictures of Selma Hayek.