Wednesday, January 31, 2007

happy birthday kathleen from the GSF!

11 comments:

rimone said...

happy biffday, kathleen, have a drink or ten for me. :-)

oldschool said...

happy birthday kathleen!!

As your attorney, may I advise you that there are special statutes in place whereby, if someone asks your age on your birthday, you are legally entitled to one hearty "F**k Off!"

See, that's why they pay me the big bucks - I know all the weird ones - and sometimes I just make 'em up - but I've used it successfully, several times now.

LeeB said...

HA! Lotsa celebrating ... and a legal opinion on the pushback! What more could a body ask?!

Happy birthday, indeed, Kax - since you worked so hard yesterday, I believe you're entitled to another day just for celebrating. As a matter of fact, why not take the rest of the week . . .

Kax said...

Thanxxxx guys!!! I took a toke or two to celebrate.

When people ask what year I was born, I tell them it was so long ago, it's practically BC.

Today's my daughter's birthday, so we'll celebrate together over the weekend. With grandkids, we do bulk birthdays now.

lukery said...

kathleen - we don't do bulk birthdays here.

yours is special all by itself.

and when Kathleen says she's 'practically BC' - what she effectively means is that she's smarter and wiser than jesus.

LeeB said...

"and when Kathleen says she's 'practically BC' - what she effectively means is that she's smarter and wiser than jesus."

RIMSHOT!
LOL!! :-D

Kax said...

Notes from a Neandrathal:

What is RIMSHOT?

lukery said...

kax - you'll have to ask leeb - or someone else with a filtyh mind!

LeeB said...

Rimshot: That sharp, three- or four-beat sound made on the rim of a snare drum to punctuate a particularly funny line delivered by the comic. See, Henny Youngman or Johnny Carson.

In this instance, Luke = funny man, because of how he artfully spun your self-disparaging age reference('BC') into his own clever compliment.

Gotta love it. :-) Call me crazy, but it really tickled my funny bone.

lukery said...

ok, crazy.

hmmm - i hadn't heard that definition.

alternatively #4 here (not for the faint hearted)

LeeB said...

Wikipedia has it here.