January 8, 2007

"He is the one with the 'L' on his pyjamas and spongebag."

I wasn't expecting to read that sentence today. But, anyway: Leopards! Leopards! Leopards!

11 comments:

Ruth Anne Adams said...

Spotty reporting.

Bissage said...

I’d never heard of a “spongebag” so I had to look it up.

But back to the topic, here are some possible solutions to the leopard problem.

vbspurs said...

You heard of white being the colour of 2006? Well leopard is in in 2007.

Anyone who is anyone is wearing Roberto Cavalli leopard prints today.

If it's good enough for Shakira during her Oral Fixation tour, it's good enough for me.

Cheers,
Victoria

Ann Althouse said...

Yeah, "spongebag"! What is it! Some crazy combination of "spongeworthy" and "douchebag"?

Bissage said...

Q: What’s worse than lobsters on your piano?

A: A leopard in your lap.

*Rimshot!*

Ron said...

Clearly this is indeed one instance where no one puts Baby in a corner!

ASX said...

Um.........

Ann?

How are we supposed to argue about this?!?

;)

Tibore said...

Oh sure... laugh it up, everyone. But if one morning you wake up and find a leopard in your bathroom... well... what goes around comes around, eh?

What? Me, put it there? What makes you think I'd do that??... no, this isn't a leopard on the leash I'm holding... so, you gonna tell me where your bathroom is, or what?...

Al Maviva said...

ASX:

"Leopards wouldn't be in people's bathrooms and eating their children if Bush hadn't furiously oppsed the Murtha/Sheehan bill to provide bathrooms for leopards, and to feed surplus babies to the leopards. In a nation as wealthy as ours, it's only greed that prevents leopards in India from having their own bathrooms, and forces them to come into the homes of hard working, honest people, to take a bath.

/s
HDHouse"



"See? This is what happens when you vote for Bush twice, dummies. Global warming. The leopards had no choice but to take cool baths in people's homes, and to snack on little children. I hope you're happy, Bush lovers.

/s
Naked Lunch"

Anonymous said...

Don't we all love screwball comedies?

dick said...

I don't know what the original derivation of spongebag was but it was in use in the 1920's in Wodehouse stories as the bag that men and women use to carry bath necessities (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc). Now I guess it is called a Dopp bag.