I want to go to Boston with Cliff Lee. In October.
Sorry- this image makes no sense. This image is taken from the movie "Good Will Hunting" filmed in Boston in a scene where "Will Hunting" a bostonian (played by Matt Damon a Boston native and unabashed Red Socks fan) shows a number of a girl to another guy that he gets into an altercation over getting a girl's number.This would only make sense in the context of if the character played by Scott William Winters represented the Yankees and this was posted in reference to the Phillies obtaining Cliff Lee. Still any casual observer would question why you used Matt Damion as he so clearly represents the Red Socks Nation and a Bostonian linage. At no point in this mixed message incoherent image were you even close to anything that could have been considered a rational thought. All of your readers are now dumber for having looked upon it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
A critical artistic interpretation: The image is foreshadowing and hinting at Matt Damon's (representing the Red Sox in this case) future romantic relations with Cliff Lee. Put more simply for the layperson: the Red Sox are going to get bent over by Cliff Lee.
I didn't read too deep into it. I laughed.
The blog's name is "I want to go to the zoo with Roy Halladay". Why are you starting a post with the always annoying "Sorry, but I'm about to teach you a lesson". I knew your kind in high school. I didn't like you. Lighten up.
You quoted Adam Sandler. Who is in fact a Yankee fan. Or at least fan of Yankee hats. So something long winded and pretentious. Regarding your use of pop culture. You have been donkey punched. Your Welcome!
"Put more simply for the layperson: the Red Sox are going to get bent over by Cliff Lee."But if Matt Damon represents the Red Sox and indeed the number indicated on the napkin (the female) Cliff Lee... would it not be that Matt Damon (Red Sox) is going to fuck the Phillies?
"You quoted Adam Sandler. Who is in fact a Yankee fan. Or at least fan of Yankee hats. So something long winded and pretentious. Regarding your use of pop culture. You have been donkey punched. Your "Your statement "Regarding your use of pop culture" is a fragment. Please try again in a complete sentence.
"I knew your kind in high school. I didn't like you."I know your type now... I still don't like you.
Please keep arguing so I get more PAGEVIEWS
(Other) Anonymous,I believe you have violated the first rule of ZWR: "Don't be a donkey."
I liked it be cause I didn't try to over-analyze it. funny.
I thought it was rather brilliant, myself. The writing of "Fargle Bargle" is not a document to be pored over or annotated. (@Anonymous who thinks he is a prof. Get over yourself.) Nice work, Rick!
What Professor Anonymous fails to grasp is that the Phillies have appropriated the Sox's own "working class hero" mentality and used it to lampoon them. The Phils cast themselves as the smart-alek genius, with much-pursued ace Cliff Lee unable to resist their charms, and properly re-cast the Sox as the over-privileged and doomed to obsolescence Yankee role that the Sox have unwittingly embraced since at least 2007.At any rate, this series is incomplete without the lusty booing of J.D. Drew being depicted somehow!
I don't want to go ANYWHERE with (1st) Anonymous ever.
Thanks for breaking down the joke for me, Anonymous. At first, I was going to laugh. But then I read the comments and you were right. Good thing you blogged that for everyone. Hey ZWR readers, don't laugh at this, it isn't funny. I've seen Good Will Hunting and that piece of paper definitely DOESN'T say "Cliff Lee."
I bet first anonymous tucks his jerseys into jeans like Nutters.
what's ya major duuude?
Hey Anonymous McCritical, yep, that just happened, Donkey.
Even I don't like that douche Anonymous.
Cliff Lee is part Zeus
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