Obama’s elf

Written By: - Date published: 5:01 pm, February 18th, 2009 - 11 comments
Categories: interweb - Tags: ,

I’ve tried all day not to post this, now I’m giving in to get a good night’s sleep.

11 comments on “Obama’s elf”

  1. Lew 2

    The elf thing is always good for silliness. Cf. this digital mock-up of a poster my mate Hemi doctored in 1996 or so: http://feayn.org/~lewis/elf.jpg


  2. that is the best ever thing on the interwebs.

    this is also pretty damn funny http://www.mspaintadventures.com/

  3. PK 5

    I don’t often laugh out loud – my wife thinks I’m doing something strange and nasty – thank you

  4. Rex Widerstrom 6

    Poor Eric Carmen. First they give a South Park character a name so close to his, and now this. “Boats Against the Current” still nestles somewhere in my vinyl collection.

    Lew: That’s gold. Finally something to hurl at pretentious Nirvana fans!!

    Captcha: line-item smaller. It’s channelling John Key!!!

  5. frog 7

    Too damn funny. At least you can sleep now…

  6. NX 8

    heh.. I enjoyed that.

    That song’s never going to be the same!

  7. Felix 9

    NX: That song’s never going to be the same!

    Yep, it’s going to be infinitely more enjoyable from today on. Nice one ayb.

  8. all_your_base 10

    Glad you enjoyed it 😉

  9. roger nome 11

    heh – good, but not as good as the Karl Rove animated rap.

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