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Views expressed by Sleep Talkin' Man rarely reflect the opinions of waking Adam.
Especially the desire to exterminate all vegetarians (but he does hate lentils.)

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Apr 11 2010

"Llama clouds! Mmmmm. Great big bug-eyed fluffy ones... Oh great! Now they spit. Bollocks."

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(mumbles a bit, then) "Bop one.... bop two... bop three.... dink... dink.... I'm counting bops. Not dinks. You can shove your dinks where the sun don't shine."
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"Yeah. I'm gonna cook monkey brain. Tell them it's cauliflower. I love the sound of veggies retching in the toilet."
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Karen's notes: I just couldn't possibly choose between the audio, so you guys got them all as a special treat!

A reader of the blog came up to say hi at my brother's show last night. It was so lovely. Thanks, Kalika!

33 comments:

  1. poor veggies can't escape the wrath of the mighty stm

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  2. 'Bollocks' not 'bullocks'

    I love 'you can shove your dinks where the sun don't shine' :-D

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  3. Lol, although if they spat bullocks I'd be f*cking scared!

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  4. Aye, that'd be spelled "bollocks" instead ;)
    But... ROFL. Thanks for all the audio! Three today, what a treat! I love the way he says "... veggies retching in the toilet". Bahahaha!

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  5. My friend just turned me on to you guys! I'm addicted already!

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  6. Veggies meaning vegetarians I assume ? :)

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  7. ROFL!! STM is back and after the vegetarians again!

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  8. the third one is epic!

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  9. I love the llama one. It's funny 'cause a couple weeks ago (in one of my own sleep-talking episodes) I told my husband he'd better put a halter on the llama because it might spit in my chai and curdle it.

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  10. Ha ha! Those are GREAT! The llama one is priceless :)

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  11. Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer11 April 2010 at 20:14

    this la Mazing llama's head is in the clouds day-dreaming, i'd say just 4.2.day:

    http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/llama/

    swishin' to a deepseeded treat amongst the pack...

    "to beebop a lula, boppin'' till ya drop... whistl'in, flipflopin' along with a surgical song...
    singin' Working Where The Sun Don't Shine" ...sputter'n'spitastic he was...

    blink, wink and you'll miss it's dinkydinkydoooo...spit.shield from STM...

    - whose got monkey on the brainz and calling us to flower the scent of a case of the blues.

    http://f2.org/humour/songs/crs.html

    counting 3,2,1...oh, no.

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  12. Another three-audio day!!! Thanks, Karen!

    The llama one, it's the llama one for me. :) And yeah, that spit is Yuck!

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  13. I'm a veggie and I love the one about veggies, and the audio is just fantastic! :D

    It sounds like he's saying 'to the left, to the left' and you missed out the first 'bop'.

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  14. "You can shove your dinks where the sun don't shine"

    am i really the ONLY one not flashing to the dinks in "Spaceballs"? because the mental image alone is almost as good as the audio.

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  15. Oh, dear, another culinary faux pas from STM........

    As any connoisseur knows, one doesn't *cook* monkey brains - one *chills* them for the dessert course... (see instructions in the "Temple of Doom Cookbook"). 7@=Q

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  16. Aaah! I made it onto the blog!!

    It was so nice to meet you, too, Karen. :) And hi, Adam!

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  17. yay, being friends of the person who got a shoutout is almost like getting one myself. :-p I will definitely try to see your brother's show! I heard rave reviews!!

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  18. NewMexicanAnnie12 April 2010 at 02:07

    I don't talk in my sleep, but I think STM's rubbing off on me. (Don't worry, Karen. I'm not talking literally. Hehehehehe!)

    I was in the stage between wakefulness and sleep and my spirit must've been doing a mind dump. This line came to me (a thousand apologies NYers!):

    "No, I DON'T suffer from a personality disorder! I'M FROM NEW YORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

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  19. i wish i could talk in my sleep! then again, i'd be afraid of what i'd say...

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  20. When I was six I once told an elementary school teacher to stick something where the sun doesn't shine. Glad to see this phrase is international!

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  21. I'm pretty sure he was speaking French again, when you wrote "mumbles a bit, then".

    He says " Bonjour, ca va?" which means, "Hello, how are you?" essentially, in French.

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  22. Haha, I bet he'd been listening to or watching Heston Blumenthal before he started talking about monkey brains :)

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  23. Seriously, Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer ruins the entire comment section EVERY DAY. It kills the blog. Get a life Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer, and admin- delete his future comments, or you're going to lose readers based on the ANNOYING level. If your husband is in advertising, you should know this.

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  24. I love how angry Anonymous 04:46 is about comments he or she can easily choose to ignore. Please don't delete Prof. Z.'s comments, Karen, I actually think they're hilarious. And even if I didn't, I just wouldn't read them. No harm done.

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  26. I agree, it's super annoying. He just posts gibberish.

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  27. I think the worst part may be that he/she does it every day... I usually don't read the comments anymore, just for that reason. Anonymous 04:46 may be overstating the overall impact, but it does "ruin" the comment section. I only popped in here today, because a friend sent me an email saying "someone finally put that annoying tossbag in her place."
    -Sue

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  28. Also,
    I think it's a little sad. This person spends a good part of every day creating fictional dream descriptions that only make sense to him/herself, for a person that he/she doesn't even know.
    That is all.
    -Sue

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  29. My wife and i went to a Mexican restaurant the other night and one of the items on the menu was the "Dink Special". By the way, she ordered it, and it was fabulous!

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  30. of course you read the comments every day anonymous ... if you didnt how could you complain about the prof z dude

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  31. im a vegetarian however i must admit that i will not the grapes after the fall...maybe STM will have a epiphany about com without grapes....very
    very soon
    Pistis
    hiss hiss hiss hiss
    psst psst psst psst

    i know those with ears will hear me
    ROFL

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  32. opps...typo
    i will not miss the grapes after the fall

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