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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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June 25 2010

"Ooh, that's it! Brown ping pong balls. Loads of them! I think I'm on to a winner there."

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"Ooooh, I think we've got a wall rumbler, rumbling around between our walls. Why can't they mind their own business? Dirty little wall rumblers."
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"You know, I really think you should audition for Britain's Got Talent... at being a cunt. You're a shoo-in for a winner."
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Karen's notes: About these wall rumblers - There is some sort of little creature who has made a home underneath our flat (we're on the ground floor), and we sometimes hear it scratching around on the ground beneath our bed. Now, that was happening last night, but it had stopped about 5 minutes before Adam said this. A bit slow on the uptake, my husband.

Irrelevant anecdote: That last one reminds me of the Halloween party we went to last year. The costume competition was titled "Britain's Got Talons". Get it? (and Adam tied for first place with his brilliant Ghostbuster ensemble, constructed from workman's coveralls, a cardboard box, his children's night-light, and parts of our vacuum cleaner.)

Added later: There have been a few requests for a picture of the Halloween costume. I don't think you can tell how utterly brilliant it was from this pic, but here it is:


22 comments:

  1. HAHA, hello=) i am from Singapore=P your husband sure is funny=) but i cnnt hear the sound clips at all=( (it aint your prob, my company's laptop is very outdated...) anysway, i am here becos our (SG) local eng mag(8days) sometime back featured this website and hence i decided to check this out=) so ya=) FYI HEE

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  2. HAHAHA!!! I listened to the first one with a movie score playing in the background and it got to "I think I'm onto a winner here" right at a swelling crescendo. It fitted surprisingly well! :D

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  3. Please upload a halloween picture! It sounds great!

    ~B

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  4. Yeah I'm gonna need see proof of the Halloween costume, LOL

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  5. Wow- his insults never cease to amaze me. Brilliant.

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  6. I too would love to see the Halloween costume! Thank you again for making my morning each and every day!

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  7. The Halloween costume IS amazing! lol and you look a little too happy for having just been slain!

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  8. Wall rumbler. Love it!

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  9. Wall rumblers, eh. Been there! Done that!

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  10. I love how no one on here is making a big deal about the c-word but plenty of people on the facebook page are fully discussing it...

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  11. Wall Rumblers in my house means someone had too many beans for dinner! And my room mate's boyfriend has some truly mad skills.

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  12. Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer26 June 2010 at 00:31

    ...an the odds are...it's a winner...
    a winning combination here
    not a couple of party poopers
    hack, it's ghastly,
    how Britain's got such unique talonst
    a jackpot of spewwed Nickelodeon substance ina game of Dungeons and Dragons '68 sci-fi slime balls of fire, forcely ponged out, pinged with brownies, rumbling; rambling, shootin' shittie vulgarisms with a genuine Professor Amos power to shock It Clean, multipurposely, unlike a dirty little busyness with a shoo-in toa doo-inn at the ground floor flat, scritchin'an scratchin' underneath the home bed of critterly senses, to scurry about, or to slimeitout, the right to just be, remains tobe scene, in an episode of bustin' a gut, and winner takes all,
    at the Hallo'ween greenpaarty of fists bangers in a musical on this day being today...and t o
    m o r r o w, willbeanotherday (:P)
    of running oneliners from a mindful of STM substance~substantial to our funning-around in a cloud of dust, smoked out of dreamzzzZZZzzz

    anoda.talltale.contrib.in.a.fan.base.frenzy.to.figure.out.a.phenom.of.talent.brilliance.britishly.speakin.about.at.the.broken.busted.lil.shop.of
    . . .blankblankblank. . .ooooohhhh...

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  13. whats the big deal about using the c word?
    ..so many of them around...

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  14. the c-word doesn't bother me, it's the p-word equivalent I don't like. Besides, Karen has pointed out on more than one occasion that the c-word in Britain has a different take, though what that is, I'm not quite sure; plus I'm Canadian and we're more laid back than the Americans lol ;-)

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  15. Snug72,sorry but the C word is not p-word equivalent...

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  16. It might as well be. Who cares lol, are we going to start covering STM's mouth so he can't say these words? If the words offend people they shouldn't read his hilarious ramblings :P

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  17. Thanks for posting the Halloween Pic - truly fantastic and it looks like you have waay too much fun together - Awesome! :)
    Canada

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  18. People on Facebook need to get a life. I swear thew way some of them whinge on - if it offends you - DON'T READ IT. That simple.

    Cunt isn't nearly as horrible a word in Britain as it is here in the good ole prudish US of A. More equivalent to 'asshole' than anything else, really.

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  19. Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer28 June 2010 at 01:55

    oh, @ "T"


    (★♫★)
    (='.'=)
    ('')_('')

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  20. He sounds like Salad Fingers, especially the one with the wall rumbler.

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