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Top off that Rob Roy for you, Charles? Mind if I call you Chick? You find the place okay? How do you like the layout here? Say, that is one terrific suit. These hippies today, they hate polyester, but daddy, I'm telling you, it's the future. Mind if I put my arm around you and talk real close? Hey, you got okay breath, Chick. You like girls? Shows? Gambling? Look at those sofas. I get 'em made special in Mexico. Ever go to Mexico? Oh, you and me could have some fun down there, Chicky baby. Nothing, Chick, skip it. Say, how about a bath, you like bathing? Massage? Champagne? Dom, Chick, by the magnum. Limos, platinum, silk, minks, roses and diamonds. Just follow me, Chick, follow me into the basement.

Date Written: October 13, 2004
Author: qualcomm
Average Vote: 4.33333

10/20/2004 Ferucio P. Chhretan (4): This is my dad's friend in a nutshell, except he'd take me on the sofa.
10/20/2004 Ewan Snow (5): Yes, in fact, I do mind if you call me Chick. Not sure that the hippies didn't dig polyester, though. Good obscure cliche short.
10/20/2004 qualcomm: it all depends when this short takes place, because "If the 1960s was the decade of Hippy fashions, the 1970s was the decade that the Hippies began wearing polyester. More bizzare fashions probably appeared in the 1970s than any other decade. Sport and suit jackets had wide, pointy lapels. Bellbottoms jeans were a popular fashion trend. The girls were wearing maxis and minis as well as hot pants and platform shoes. Natural or ethnic styles of the flower children and hippies. Polyester became the new staple fiber, polyester suits and shirts were everywhere. Boys wore longer hair, some at shoulder length hair. Afros also appeared during the 1970s. One major development was the widespread use of designer names and labels as an incentive to shoppers."
10/20/2004 TheBuyer (5): You like girls?
10/20/2004 Mr. Pony: Wait, what's obscure about this cliché? Mr. Pony is missing something!
10/20/2004 Mr. Pony: Help Mr. Pony!
10/20/2004 qualcomm: i don't know much about ponies my mom bought us a pony but i'm not supposed to play on it
10/20/2004 Mr. Pony: Someone! I need an adult!
10/20/2004 scoop: So do I. Preferably a woo-man. With bleached blonde hair, humongous melons, loose morals and a firm understanding of the Magna Carta.
10/20/2004 qualcomm: firm
10/20/2004 Jon Matza (4): This short is so firm
10/20/2004 TheBuyer: maybe a hint of brain damage, just a hint though
10/20/2004 Dylan Danko (4): This is Willem Dafoe talking isn't it? Soon he's gonna stick his finger in Kinear's ass.
10/20/2004 qualcomm (2): ripoff
10/20/2004 scoop: of...
10/20/2004 Mr. Pony: ...Of obscure clichés everywhere!
10/20/2004 Ewan Snow: OSS, this is yours. Don't lie.
10/20/2004 qualcomm: i'm not even on the author's list anymore.
10/20/2004 Ewan Snow: Uh.... yeah you are.
10/20/2004 qualcomm: no, dude. look again.
10/20/2004 TheBuyer: OSS, speaking of names, what's your new winter name going to be?
10/20/2004 Mr. Pony: I think "Winter Wonderland" has a nice serial killer ring to it.
10/20/2004 Jon Matza: How about "He Hunt Many Buffalo"?
10/20/2004 scoop: What about "Hey, why you hurting those Buffalo?"
10/21/2004 qualcomm: disney, what the hell's going on? i didn't write this thing.
10/21/2004 John Slocum: I'm so firm.
10/21/2004 John Slocum (4): I mean, I'm so firm.
10/21/2004 Jon Matza: So did OSS write this or not? Strange happenings are afoot...
10/22/2004 Ewan Snow: Yes, he wrote it. He is fibbing.
10/22/2004 Jon Matza: Now why would a brother lie about something like that?
10/23/2004 John Slocum: because the brother's gay and gobbles much cock.
02/26/2009 qualcomm: i think everyone would do well to re-engage this short
02/27/2009 Mr. Pony: Well, the comments are pretty snappy, for starters.