Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Drunk Lithuanians, Learn from the Drunk Chinese

Listen, everybody. Getting drunk and climbing into zoo enclosures is a bad idea. You don't do it in China with pandas, and you don't do it Lithuania with giraffes. If you don't pay attention and learn from people hugging the panda, you get what's coming to you. In this case, a broken collar bone and a broken nose.

Neologism: Hugging the giraffe. Making the exact same mistake that someone else made, or repeating your own mistake.

OK, so Randy Moss totally hugged the Panda with that move to Raiders. If he can't make it work in New England, they could totally end up hugging the giraffe.

And so on.

[edited to fix some really stupid grammar mistakes]

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