Saturday, June 6, 2009

The Wisdom of Terry Wogan

"Time flies like an arrow, but fruit flies like a bananna."



Sarah A. Hoyt said...

If you're going to do that, I'm going to retaliate with Glee Club Of The Damned:

You so totally brought this on yourself.

Brendan said...

I was beginning to get into The Glee Club of the Damned until they said they didn't like Lord of the Flies. They are dead to me now.

Anonymous said...

Unimaginitive use of the English language.

I mean "like" is such a bland emotion. You should pep up you vocabulary a bit. And it isn't so much that fruit flies "like" bananas, the poor things are completely dependent on fruit for their reproduction. How can you use a word like "like" for such an overwhelming fetish?

And the comparisons just don't work. I'm sorry, but arrows wobble and fall out of the air, assuming they haven't hit some poor turtle who stopped halfway to his goal.

Sarah A. Hoyt said...

Uh... Brendan, I don't like Lord of The Flies. When it comes to depressing existencialist crud, my drug of choice is Camus. Sartre was uncertain in his character development and had a less than firm hold on the Jungian basis of social constructs. :)

Michelle in Colorado Springs said...


John Lambshead said...

"The answer is a bananna"
Winston Churchill.

Sarah A. Hoyt said...

"The answer is a bananna"
Winston Churchill.

Cite, please? You can't possibly believe we'd take this on Churchill's authorities without a corroborating link. I mean, honestly, I've good reason to believe Winston Churchil was a pear man!