... although I still prefer using something from TMBG.
Speaking of which, how about
"please pass the fork please
please pass the fork please
please pass the fork please"
(from Apollo 18, s/milk/fork/)
Sort of ties in with the dining philosopher references in
Also has the virtue of being singable at pretty much any BAC (assuming
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From: duck [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 1997 9:40 PM
Subject: RE: FoRK Theme
>I nominate R.E.M.'s "It's the end of the world as we know it."
>No, I'm not a fan of their normally whiny songs, however this
>represents all that FoRK is.
How about a parody of it? Somebody somewhere has to
know the real
words to that song. It sure as hell isn't Stipe. I saw their
in 89 and he forgot the lyrics.
In place of "Leonard Berstein" we could yell "Rohit
Dammit, now every time i hear that song i'm going to
think of that.
"While I'm fully aware that money can't buy happiness,
I wouldn't mind being known as "the melancholy
guy who drives the red Lamborghini Diablo."
- George Olson