Thursday, June 12, 2008

Vive K-Doe! Vive les Brusiers!

So, it's late Friday afternoon. You had too much fun at the Bruiser Family Jubilee the previous night at the Circle Bar. You survived work. Now it's easing into the weekend, and you're stupid and hungry. What do you do?

You come see us again at the Friday Night Fish Fry at Ernie K-Doe's Mother-in-Law Lounge!

Food starts at 5 p.m.—fried fish and sundry sundries. We start at 6 p.m. There will also be sno-balls (which can easily be converted into slo-balls with a shot-of-sumthin'-sumthin' administered by Antoinette K-Doe, herself*).

Fish + Bruisers + K-Doe = fun!

* Ernie will also be present, albeit in his
life-sized post-corporeal (re)incarnation. ("If I was a bird, and you was a mannequin, what would we do? Well, I guess we'd... uh... plan a kin?" No. What else rhymes with "mannequin"?


  1. Anonymous9:16 PM

    just for future posters, isn't 'les bruisers' the subject of the verb, requiring the conjugation 'vivent'?

  2. Duly note, thank you. We certainly don't want any grammatical errors in our absurdist schlock-French.

  3. Anonymous7:44 PM

    Holy Moses,
    A bout of antiptosis!
    But, hey, hey - it ain't halitosis!
    ...or even, deary, deep vein thrombosis!

    (I know, I know... but the only word I can think of for your rhyming challenge that has the last 2 syllables of schwa(uh)-kin is ramekin - mmm...much worse: "Perched in the plasticine palm of this sprightly mannequin, what did I see but a butter-filled ramekin!" Oooh.)

    Also, I'm thinking that you can always just play the race card with your French.
    (Besides, me like "vive".)