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Roger: "Pee into a cup."
Jane: "Jerk it into a cup."
Roger: "Put on this protective cup!"
Jane: "Don't cup my ass?"
Roger: "At least a B-cup."
Roger: "The most essential things in life all contained, so to speak, within this small receptacle."
Jane: "I feel trapped in this relationship."
Roger: "Did you really have to drink from Walter's cup? you two-timing wench."
Date Written: January 12, 2005Comments:
Average Vote: 1.1667
01/31/2005 The Rid: Mluh.
01/31/2005 Mr. Negative: Hmm. This short is about as much fun as peeing up a flagpole. How about that shit?
01/31/2005 qualcomm (1): i seriously dislike this
01/31/2005 Dick Vomit: ME NO RIKEE!!!
01/31/2005 scoop (1): Eliza: What of lustre?
01/31/2005 Eliza (): What is it that you really want to know?
01/31/2005 scoop: Eliza: Why does the cacti weep?
01/31/2005 Eliza (): Are such questions on your mind often?
01/31/2005 Mr. Pony: Ah, the wondrous word "cup"! If you use it in a sentence, and surround it with other words, you can imply all sorts of ideas, and get, like, a kabillion reactions from your italicized audience! Author, tell me what's on your mind!
01/31/2005 qualcomm: why don't you just get off his back, pony? he said he was sorry for this lousy short.
01/31/2005 Mr. Pony: He did? Where? Who did? What?
01/31/2005 Litcube: **SCOOP FOR PRESIDENT**
01/31/2005 The Rid (1): Mr. Negative, no kidding!
01/31/2005 quaIcomm: scoop: Cacti and other desert succulents store water in their swollen stem tissues. Puncturing the tough skin of their distended limbs and trunks can cause moisture to steadily seep out, causing a "weeping" effect. This is science. Science is the reason for everything.
01/31/2005 Mr. Pony: I couldn't agree more, qualcomm. Science is the reason for everything.
01/31/2005 TheBuyer: My cup overfloweth wif love and affection. Very, high exceelent stable I ride from. Lo lo, hello my Jesus.
01/31/2005 Dick Vomit (1): das ist hundescheisse.
01/31/2005 Mr. Pony (2): While it is true that this short fails to communicate ideas of any measurable sort, I can sense no active attempt to destroy my brain, and therefore cannot give it a clean one.
01/31/2005 anonymous: Your reasoning is commendable.
01/31/2005 Jon Matza: Eliza: can you shed any light at this time on the chemical composition of mitochondria, the ATP-producing "powerhouse of the cell"?
01/31/2005 Eliza (): Why do you want me tou shed any light at this time on the chemical composition of mitochondria, the atp-producing "powerhouse of the cell"?
01/31/2005 Jon Matza: Eliza: I'm not at liberty to answer that question at this point in time, much to my regret, due to factors I'm not at liberty to disclose...
01/31/2005 Eliza (): Did you come to me because you are not at liberty to answer that question at this point in time, much to my regret, due to factors i'm not at liberty to disclose...?
01/31/2005 Jon Matza: The truth is, I'm lonely.
01/31/2005 Streifenbeuteldachs (1): http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=cup
Plus, I found this one nasty, brutish, and short.
02/1/2005 Mr. Pony: Hey, Turgid, what goes on here?
02/1/2005 Turgid: Pony, the couple is playing a word game. It starts with a jokey feel, but then it becomes more serious, as there are some touchy issues between them that quickly come to the surface. Jane offends Roger, Roger offends Jane. By the end of the short, it comes to a head.