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Tom Wms.:

Don't be a square. I need this merit badge on Alternative Fuels for Alternative Life Forms to get my Girl Explorer Eager Badger award!


"They laughed at me when I said I had a better way to sell cookies, but with the built-in blaster they won't laugh for long."

Militant Bibliophile:

Let's see Janey Applebaum top THIS! Now, remember, when I say kill...


"I have the controller, so your head has to fly when I tell it to."


I told you before, stop calling me "Creator"!


"WELL...if you can't SENSE what I want you to do, I'm certainly NOT going to TELL you."

They start so young...

"I press this button, your head explodes, got it?"

"I am sorry to say that there is too much point to the wisecrack that life is extinct on other planets because their scientists were more advanced than ours." -- John F. Kennedy


"We are the Girl Scouts. Buy our Cookies. Resistance is Futile."

"Look....macrame badge GOOD.....planet incineration BAD."


Ok, let's try this again. We've got thin mints, do-si-dos, samoas......


Everybody's doing a good job on this one...here's my attempt at trying to tie several of them together while spinning in a different direction:

"If I could iron out the kinks in the penis annihilation peripheral, I'd be a shoo-in to win the special NOW scholarship at the science fair."


Adding to T's thoughts.....

"Yeah, this is California, but no, you can't marry yourself."


I know you have your movie star robot heros, but you have to quit running around the science fair shouting "Danger Danger - Will Robinson". Ok lets try it agian.

OK, deal.
You get the last case of cookies sold, and I'll take you to see 'WALL-E'.


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