Hahahahaha, the Canadian suicide one cracked me up -- Harry Potter too. By the way, Mark, there's an award for you over at my blog today and a plug for your new book.
Gotta love Canadians. Even if "poutine" has been here in England for years. We call it chips, cheese and gravy. I'm told the difference is you use curds, rather than actual cheese. Anyway, thanks for the award and the plug. I do get into that kind of thing. I'm a little busy with work at the minute and will have to check it out later.
Sorry. I have no idea what "poutine" is. I just thought it was a bad spelling of "putting."But, whadda I know? I'm an American. Who's gonna see if my cousin wants to hook up.
Silly Al, poutine is the man in charge of that big country of Russia. You're welcome.
And that there boy's family tree is a telephone pole.
Hi, Mark. I'm so glad you published a book recently, because Debra gave us both Creative Blogger Awards. As a result, I paid a visit. I am now a new follower. You are hilarious. Plus, that Al Penwasser clearly frequents this place. Bonus points. Congratulations on your publication and thanks for the morning laughs.
Thanks for the laughs! Well most of them! lol
Did Dane Cook really say that?
It's a joke I've heard several comedians make so I wouldn't be surprised.
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