"If I don't believe in solipsism, who will?" - Al Batt

Monday, October 4, 2010

English 2

I posted this yesterday. It laid out there for an hour before Lorna read it and said the language was too offensive, so I pulled it. Ya, it is offensive. If you have never been on a playground don't listen to it. I have listened to it a couple of times and I think it's pretty funny, not only the accents, but also the actual monologue itself - so I reposted it. Bob Newhart would be proud. Maybe you have to have grown up flopped on the floor of Margadant's cramped bedroom (a wide place in a short hallway) listening to LPs of  Newhart, Jonathan Winters, with maybe a dash of Carlin to really appreciate it.


Silk Hope said...

LMAO... Get this kid an agent.

Gunnar Berg said...

Agreed. Anyone with that ear for accent and dialog should be using it. My first thoughts were, stand-up or can he write?

Johann Rissik said...

Sharp laaitie (pronounced "lighty" for those of you up north). He should definitely give up his day job and get into this full time.
I loved his Seffrican eksint (and that's praise coming from me!)