May 8, 2009

Guys make choices in life



24 comments:

Jasen said...

I love that Suzanne commercial. That nutless jellyfish of a man is the personification of American Masculinity.

Anonymous said...

Adam: That's not the point
Eve: What is the point? What! I love that tree, plus the apples
Adam: We can die
Eve: No we won't. The serpent researched it.
Serpent: This apple is special Adam, you guys can do this
Eve: We can do this
Adam: OK
Eve: Are you kidding me? This is awesome!
Serpent: Oh that's great! Now let me get to work...

Anonymous said...

Keith, have you gone crazy?

Anonymous said...

How cool is that? A guy gets a company to fly him around the world so he can dance. Where do I sign up? :-)
TJ

Guberville Smack said...

Choices.
Of course you have more choices when you are a trust fund baby.

Anonymous said...

John is thinking ... I'll be in debt for the rest of my life for that dam house. I can never buy a dual-sport bike and travel the world. Is marriage (pu..y) really worth it? :-)
TJ

AZDavidPhx said...

I'd be dancing a jig too if I could jet-set around the world on someone else's money.

Wind Farmer said...

I think this juxtaposition is brilliant.

LOL said...

I guess I will say it

OOOOBBBAAAAAMMMYYYY Give me choices.

Anonymous said...

I just love those Matt videos. The shot of him on that hanging rock makes me crazy, though.

Good choices, Matt! Tell Suzanne to F Off!!

Anonymous said...

"That nutless jellyfish of a man is the personification of American Masculinity."

Oh boy, is it easy to be sarcastic...
Just get married in america with 2 kids and come post back...

Anonymous said...

"...Of course you have more choices when you are a trust fund baby."Matt is not rich.Thanks to Suzanne, Mr. and Mrs. Jellyfish never will be.

Anonymous said...

Right on Keith!

Life is great. I'll be in the high country all week painting pictures.

The less I need, the more I do.

from moms basement...
dv'nt

Lost Cause said...

Duty leaves little room for choice.

Anonymous said...

"Oh boy, is it easy to be sarcastic...
Just get married in america with 2 kids and come post back...

May 9, 2009 1:50 AM"

WHO would do THAT?

Too many easy sluts to take care of. Why be married?

Frank Barney

Guberville Smack said...

Choices.
Of course you have more choices when you are getting paid for producing nothing.

Anonymous said...

yeah, choices.

go to a super market,

how many cereals can you buy?

go to a bar,

how many beers can you buy?

go to vote?

why dont we have a choice????

Anonymous said...

Here's a thought: Maybe if people didn't saddle themselves with huge debts and mortgages, and oooodles of kids to provide for, maybe society wouldn't need all the jobs required to pay for these things, and unemployment wouldn't be an issue.
Just a thought.

bottom feeder in philly said...

you can actually have both. I have a great but modest house with a low mortgage payment. I also have a race car, dirt bikes, motorcycles, and manage to have an absolute blast with my kids. I haven't been all over the world but I'm having a great time, I love my wife, and we make wise decisions together. You really can have both.

Mike H. said...

So you think Matt is a renter not a buyer?

You sure about that?

-Mike

Wind Farmer said...

Hey Keith,
Hope your taking some videos, too.
Dancing optional.

Anonymous said...

I like Matt's videos, but reading about his travels took the romance out of it. He spends too much time in planes, trains and autos.

Anonymous said...

Dancing boy with a big fat ass carbon footprint.

More like he's dancing on the dying carcass of mother earth. F*ck this guy. There's nothing inspirational about some fat slob having his ass carted around in a jet just to do a little poopy diaper dance on every tourist attraction in the whole damn world.

Just another monkey doing a dance to make money.

And, this post is just a rehashed version of another post Keith did a while back.

Anonymous said...

"I like Matt's videos, but reading about his travels took the romance out of it. He spends too much time in planes, trains and autos."

That's what happens when you try to cram a lifetime worth of travel into 3 months.