I know it probably isn't suitable for an article here, but I just wanted to let people know about this Zimmer thing. I find it funny and perhaps others might also. It consists of George Zimmer introducing himself, telling a very dirty story about his adventures with his insatiable lidibo and enormous male genital, and then saying "I guarantee it." Oh, and it's in all caps for some reason. This apparently started on an Ashlee Simpson messageboard in the wake of her lip sync scandal and has been going on for awhile. I only recently learned about it.
Here's a link to more information on this.
If you're looking for more, search for "George Zimmer" and "I guarantee it" on google. You'll find a bunch of them. They're easy to find, just look for the all caps. I had a pretty good link to them but it's not available to me now. I'll add it later. Here it is: link
Have fun, or if this isn't your sort of thing, just ignore. Keep in mind however that this may be our generation's version of "the aristocrats." If you like the idea, maybe you can try writing a few new ones and put them here. I wrote one already, the Wheel of Fortune one (currently at the bottom of the page).
Hrodulf 21:43, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
- /b/tard... --
21:46, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
- It's actually from an ashlee simpson message board, and did not originate on /b/, but who cares where it's from? It's funny. And fyi, I learned about this meme from MajinVegeta, not from /b/. Just because a joke is popular on /b/ doesn't mean it's bad and just because someone brings a joke that was popular on /b/ up doesn't mean they're a /b/tard. I'm more of an /uncyc/tard, since I'm not even sure exactly what/where /b/ is . . .--Hrodulf 21:49, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
- /b/tard... --
- Hmm. I think The Aristocrats is our generation's version of The Aristocrats. I've seen this or something like it on just about every sketch comedy show starring men. No offense, guys. :-) -- Whhhy?Whut?How? *Back from the dead* 23:26, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
- No, the Aristocrats is really old. Probably was around before WWII. "The Aristocrats (also known as The Debonaires or The Sophisticates in some tellings) is an exceptionally transgressive dirty joke that has been told by numerous stand-up comedians since the vaudeville era." (from wikipedia) Hrodulf 23:29, 31 May 2007 (UTC)