November 30, 2011

"The Longest Argument Ever."

This is the point of DVDs with extra features.

If you're amused by 2 females insulting each other and you think the more the better — when you think they can't go on any longer, they've only just begun — then this should be your thing.

17 comments:

Scott M said...

"You look like an old mop."

Given as the best insult ever on that link. I also thought Carlin's "You drive like old people screw" was the best evah.

TWM said...

Will Ferrell and John C. Riley do it better.

Paco Wové said...

"2 females insulting each other ... when you think they can't go on any longer, they've only just begun — then this should be your thing."

No thanks, I've seen enough Jay/Ritmo comment threads.

TWM said...

Actually, Christina Applegate and Ferrell do it better.

"You are a smelly pirate hooker" beats them all . . .

Robert Cook said...

I enjoyed BRIDESMAIDS but it was in serious need of editing...it tried to pack in too much and scenes went on too long.

kcom said...

It was too repetitive and not creative enough to be entertaining.

edutcher said...

Nobody can beat Saki, "Mrs Arbuthnot? You mean that woman with the nasturtium-colored hair and barmaid manner?".

bgates said...

If you're amused by 2 females insulting each other and you think the more the better

then Bloggingheads would still be around.

Methadras said...

Scott M said...

"You look like an old mop."

Given as the best insult ever on that link. I also thought Carlin's "You drive like old people screw" was the best evah.


That's what I say about asians:

"You walk like you drive. BADLY!!!"

Methadras said...

I have to say that I really liked Bridesmaids a lot. I didn't think I would. It was really well acted and it was quite funny.

MadisonMan said...

I'd say You smell like an old mop would be a better insult.

That was a pretty boring argument.

Thorley Winston said...

I have to say that I really liked Bridesmaids a lot. I didn't think I would. It was really well acted and it was quite funny.

I hadn’t planned on ever seeing it but after that clip, I may have to reconsider.

Synova said...

Maybe that would be more interesting if I'd just watched the movie and cared about the characters involved.

I got about as far as "you carry a beeper..."

Trashhauler said...

The young girl has all the best of it - which is too close to real life for pure enjoyment.

Sue D'Nhym said...

That is not just some young girl.

That's Peter Frampton's daughter.

Chris Althouse Cohen said...

I have a feeling this was an improv that was intended to get cut down to the best 30-45 seconds. I remember a scene like this in the movie, but it's much shorter. The clip out of context makes it seem like it was originally meant to be this long in the movie.

Chris Althouse Cohen said...

Ah, I was right, here's the actual scene in the movie (bad quality video though).