Sunday, June 11, 2017

My thanks to my young relative who turned me on to the Canadian sitcom Letterkenny.  I'd tell you where I'm watching it but I'm afraid whoever takes down the bootleg sites will find out how I'm watching it. 

If you haven't seen it, it's hilarious, taking into account the about 5% filthy and offensive.  It's remarkable how much the hicks in Canada sound like the hicks in Maine.  It saves me from hanging out with the ones down the road. 

Update:  You can watch Letterkenny Problems on Youtube.  It will give you some idea of what it's like. That 5% above is the filthy part of it that's offensive, there's another 10% that's just dirty. 


I could say that they sound almost exactly like about a quarter of the people I know except they're a lot faster.  That's what a script can do for you. 

14 comments:

  1. "It's remarkable how much the hicks
    in Canada sound like the hicks in Maine. It saves me from hanging out
    with the ones down the road."

    You personally, of course, are not a hick from Maine per se, even though you are in fact a hick and a resident of Maine.

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    1. I'm a native of Maine and lived here my entire life except for when I was in grad school.

      And I'd rather hang out with the hicks down the road than hacks like you.

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  2. Says the hick who says New York is the most overrated city on the continent.

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    1. Who's smart enough to know that whereas you don't.

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  3. That's why nobody wants to live there.

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    1. Here? Where I live? It would suit me just fine if 2/3rds of the people who live here would go live with you.

      If that's what you've got you're 10 ply.

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  4. Shorter Sparky: "I know you are but what am I?"

    You're reduced to the Pee Wee Herman ploy. Sad really.
    :-)

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    1. You're the one who said no one wanted to live here. My answer is I don't want most of the ones who live here living here, either.

      Quote Pee Wee Herman saying that.

      What a friggin' sook

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  5. I was referring to NYC, you hick halfwit.

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    1. Sure you were, everyone knows no one goes there anymore because it's so crowded. And why you didn't make that clear in your answer three hours before you claimed that.

      Have you always had trouble with how time works or is that something that just showed up in the last few years since I've pointed that out to you?

      I only post your comments because they're such a good diagnostic tool demonstrating what's wrong with you guys.

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  6. And the voices in your head have begun singing Wagner's Ring Cycle.

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    1. You really should get checked out for dementia, Simps, it might just be your meds in which case you could be back to normal with a small adjustment in them. Which would be too bad too but at least it would be your normal level if derangement and not dementia.

      It's hilarious that you can't break out of the stereotype that a classical musician would be a Wagnerian when there couldn't be anything farther from the truth in my case. There was never a minute in my musical life that I found anything by Wagner to be anything but bad. It's only virtue is that it allowed Anna Russell to create one of her funniest monologues.

      You on the other hand are a monotonous log.

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  7. And the voices in your head have begun singing the entirety of the new SGT PEPPER remixes box set. In both the mono and stereo versions.

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  8. I'm beginning to think it's immoral for me to expose your senility to a wider audience than Duncs does. It's like making fun of someone who has suffered brain damage.

    I'm not posting any more of your comments until they're not so demented.

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