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“Sir, I can geet you good price on ze Rolex watch…”

June 27, 2007

Quick quiz: You meet this guy at a party, and his first words are likely to be…

  • “How did you cope with the power blackout? I myself had many problems.”
  • “They tell me this hat pulls the whole outfit together…”
  • “Help me get my $20 million out of Belgium, and we can split it.”
  • “Well, to be honest, I don’t know why I walk at a 45-degree angle.” 

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A model displays a creation as part of Etro’s Spring/Summer 2008 men’s collection during Milan Fashion Week June 26, 2007.   REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini   

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Paisleymobile runs over homeless man. Hi-larious video at eleven.

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First, Queens of the Stone Age gave us Songs for the Deaf. Well, here comes Etro with Fashions for the Color Blind.

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Yeah, I remember the seventies. But with razors.

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A woman will do laundry when her favorite stuff is dirty. A man does laundry when everything is dirty. That still doesn’t explain the hat or glasses.

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Dang. My ridiculometer software just froze up. Gotta reboot.

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Paul Schaeffer really needs a shave.

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Zoolander! You look positively Derlict.

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“Please don’t hurt me. I like your tattoos.”

 

“I am here for high-stakes poker with really dumb guys…”

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Can’t decide what color to wear? Wear them all!

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The Etro family hoped their new line of golf couture would fly off the shelves, but even using Kevin Federline as a model didn’t help.

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“You call that a knife?”

Scratch that.

 

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