Saturday, December 10, 2005

Super Hero Fun Happy Riddle

27 comments:

David Campbell said...

I cannot explain the profound allure the "your mom" joke has on me. It beckons to me...

Anonymous said...

Its amazing how many riddles can be answered "your mom."

Dweeze said...

"Your mom" is a siren, leading sailors to their doom.

And your friends to her bedroom.

Anonymous said...

You know who'd make a good Hawkman?

Your mom.

Your right it is alluring.

Dweeze said...

Why did the chicken cross the road?

Your mom

Great. Now I'll be doing this all day.

Anonymous said...

Who'd win in a fight between Darth Vader and Spider-man?

Your mom!

Ze problem, she iz solved!

Tom the Dog said...

My favorite is giving someone a phone message: "Hey, Joe called."

"Joe who?"

"Joe MAMA!!"

Health Incognito said...

Its amazing how many riddles can be answered "your mom."

"What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs
in the evening?"

Hm. You're right!

Ken Robinson said...
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Ken Robinson said...

Speaking of your mom jokes...
True story: A bunch of friends of mine were playing poker, including one guy who we'll call "Josh" (because that's his name) and his brother, "Justin". After a new hand had been dealt, Josh asked "What's wild?" to which Justin replied "Your Mom!". Justin needs to start thinking before he speaks.

Anonymous said...

I was once dating a woman with two teenage sons. The four of us were going out to dinner one evening when they started insulting each other. It was mildly amusing until the older boy (I think he was 15) called his younger brother a "mofo." I whipped my head around and asked him "you don't know what that means, exactly, do you?"

"Um... no..."

"I do. And if I ever hear you using it again, I'll make sure your mother does, too."

Later, while they were away from the table, their mother bullied me into telling her just what it was short for. When they returned, the older boy got a serious dressing-down -- but he STILL wasn't told what he meant.

Fighting with your brother is one thing, but there are some things you just don't call him... especially in your mother's presence.

J.

(Jay Tea of http://wizbangblog.com)

Dweeze said...

Speaking from experience, Justin was absolutely right.

Anonymous said...

My mother once called my brother a son of a bitch.

To this day, it makes me chuckle.

Bully said...

I may be dense, but what was the real answer?

Anonymous said...

And what about Your Momma jokes?

I think the best take on this was in a strip of the Achewood webcomic, a quote offered here out of context:

“Your momma’s so fat she broke her leg and hot bloody fat sprayed everywhere! Some even got on the mayor!”

Anonymous said...

If there was a teen Riddler, this should totally be his motif. Of course, then his riddles would be even easier to solve.

Ken Robinson said...

If there was a teen Riddler, this should totally be his motif. Of course, then his riddles would be even easier to solve.

Teen Riddler: Answer this riddle to discover my next target: What's black and white and red all over?

All-Star Robin: Holy shit, Goddamn- Batman! He's gonna rob your mom!"

I really hope we see this exchange in an upcoming All-Star Batman and Robin.

David said...

three gems:

Yo momma so fat she fell in love and broke it.

Yo momma so fat she's on both sides of the family!

Yo momma so fat it takes her two trips to haul ass.

:)

David Campbell said...

The real answer to The Riddler's puzzler is: "The menu."

My favorite yo mama joke isn't even a joke; it's from Ice-T's O.G. album, in which he says, "Yo mama got two feet growing out of her titties. Bitch fell down and kept running."

WTF, Ice T? What does that even mean?

David Campbell said...

I don't know why I'm spelling "momma" like that: "mama." I'm not Italian.

thekelvingreen said...

It's Davide Cambellini!

Anonymous said...

Since I moved in to my current appartment (actually, since I first met my current roommate a couple years ago) I've yet to answer a query of his without saying "your mom." Like yesterday morning when he was foolish enough to ask "what's that you're eating?" Or when he asked me who I thought the mastermind behind Identity Crisis was.

Yes, it's a mystery why he even bothers to talk to me.

Phillip said...

Check out this entry from Beaucoup Kevin:

Your Mom!

(which goes to this great Jack Chick parody by Eric Faustus.)

Coincedence? I think not!

Anonymous said...

My friend Scott's new blog:

ibloggedyourmom

"A social experiment to see if we can wax politically, muse about evolving social morays, or banter about the human condition while simultaneously keeping one foot firmly planted in juvenile "mom-joke" humor."

Skipper Pickle said...

Stop! Stop! You guys are gonna make me drop my laptop!

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