#616 Trying to understand what your friend’s saying when you’re underwater

If you strain your ears and figure it out you’re a master deep-diving codebreaker who speaks the strange and mystical language of Bubbles.


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26 thoughts on “#616 Trying to understand what your friend’s saying when you’re underwater

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    1. Under the sea, under the sea
      Nobody beat us
      Fry us and eat us
      In fricassee!


      I used to have “tea parties” at the bottom of the pool with my older sisters all the time. I think I would be a tougher man today if I’d had older brothers instead.

      1. OK, so you totally didn’t get my “Simpsons” reference, but I guess it’s cool that you wrote another verse for the song…

    1. My cousin and I read this every day (or midnight when it comes out) and that was the very first thing she said!! That was a fantastic scene!

      Of course my sick mind immediately went to guts by Chuck Palahniuk…. there is something wrong with me.

      1. If I could un-read Chuck Palahniuk’s book, I would. Some things are burned into my brain that I wish were no longer there.

        1. I have the same feelings for Doris Lessing’s “Briefing for a Descent into Hell”. (Probably the title should have tipped me off…)

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  3. to be understood…totally satisfying when drowning!
    ***Freddo’s tea parties sound totally awesomer!!!

    1. “ybbesb bpbleasebbbubbles”…
      oh, that reminds me, I love Bubbles on “The Trailer Park Boys,” but who wouldn’t, eh!

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