Al is GROSSLY underestimating his ability to improvise. He says it takes him a long time to be funny but on shows like Rock the House and his Behind the Music, he's just being himself and very funny! He's already doing improv and he doesn't know it.
Well, "slime" is a common theme in many of Al's songs. The first of course was "SLIME Creatures From Outer Space" on DTBS, which was a harbinger for "Stuck In A Closet With Vanna White" when Al reports, "Then some SLIMY alien jumps out of my chest". And then from "I Remember Larry", there's: "You know I couldn't help but laugh / Even though he treated me like SLIME."
Kent Marlow, you're a dirty, lyin', worthless hunk of slime.
Kent Marlow, you're a dirty, cheatin',
Lyin', no good, lousy, stinkin',
Back stabbin', scum suckin', worthless hunk of slime.
In past issues of the MS you have said you judge a woman by the size of her nostrils. Would you consider dating the nasally-challenged? (#'s 7-8 The Incredible Colin)
Only if she's got really big ear lobes.
Do gentlemen/you prefer blondes? (Catheryn Blair)
I don't judge a woman by the color of her hair. I judge her by the size and shape of her nostrils.
Is it difficult for you to find women who like you for you are and not how much money (they think) you have? (Julie Vaughn- #'s 2, 3, & 4)
You'll never know how hard it is to find a woman who can overlook the whole money thing and just love me for my perfectly-shaped nostrils.
What do you look for in a girlfriend?
I judge a woman solely by the size and shape of her nostrils.
Considering what her parents look like, I'd say that Nina being beautiful is a foregone conclusion.
And considering who her parents are, I'd say that it's also a foregone conclusion that she will be well and truly loved.
I'm impressed by the size and shape of Al's nostrils. He really has a nice nose and a great profile. I love that Mediterranean thing.
But we may have to retire this topic, and surrender the field to the quintessential Drooler Over Al: Nina. At least she will be, once her teeth start coming in.
That would be the drooler on Al, which is something entirely different...
Haven't you noticed the way dads tend to hoist their kids overhead?
I stand by my preposition.
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