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Mimes fighting to be heard….

June 14, 2007

Now the truth is out. By day, mimes entertain us by silently pretending to be trapped in glass boxes, and … well, come to think of it, that’s pretty much the extent of their act. 

Anyway, it turns out these white-faced denizens of street theater have their own army, with big mime guns – probably equipped with silencers – and they are planning some kind of revolution. The government is now aware of their violent plans, and reportedly is building enormous glass boxes for holding the thousands of mime POWs expected to be captured soon.

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Soldiers from special force unit “COE” take part in a military training exercise at the military base, near  Managua, June 13, 2007.  REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

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If a mime falls in the forest, and no one is around, does it make a sound?

 

“‘Ey, wherrrred da Black Pearl go?”
“Aye, and where’s Jack?”
“Don’t be tellin me th—ahh, no. Yonder. In the distance.”
“Sh–.”
“That be the Pearl, innit.”
“Sho is, mate.”
“We be stayin on this island a mighty long time, it seems.”
“BLOODY PIRATES!”

….”where’s the rum?”

 

“Sure matey, what be wrong with takin a few pieces of Cortes’ gold?”

(If no one reading this has seen ANY of the Pirates movies, or POTC3…. sorry! ;) )

 

We’re rascals, scoundrels, villans, and knaves,
Drink up, me ‘earties, yo ho.
We’re devils and black sheep, really bad eggs,
Drink up, me ‘earties, yo ho….

 

“Why do we still have this paint on?”
“They might make a 4th installment of the Pirates movie.”
“Oh. Right.
…..Why do we still have this paint on again?”

 

The newest way to capitalize on the Pirates craze: Paint your own pirates! GREAT for Childrens’ birthday parties.

 

Nah. They’re just looking for this chick.

 

After years of being tormented, laughed at, and poked in the stomach, the Pilsbury Dough Boy decided he’d had enough.

Authorities fought back with flamethrowers and are now having the largest bake sale in history.

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Boy, was the Army mad when they had to inform the company that they had, in fact, ordered land mines.

 

[thought bubble] Can’t forget. Flower – Check. Need eggs, sugar, salt and yeast.

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Zinc oxide: a soldier’s ally.

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There were two gunmen on the grassy knoll. Well I’ll be.

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Troops from the COE just seemed to appear, firing on the target, then vanish into the forest like a pair of ghosts.

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This diaper itches. You mind changing it, or is there a river crossing somewhere ahead?

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For towns that can’t afford to host the Travelling Wall, we present a composition piece by the Squatting Kalashnikov Brothers for the low, low price of room and board.

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Apocalypse last week.

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You fell asleep on watch, didn’t you? Someone rubbed, “Wash Me!” on your back.

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these morons remind me of my 28 lb tabby cat when she creeps across the floor to jump our Maine Coon cat that is equally as big…do these think no one can see them?????

god I hope they arent sent to protect me

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