jeudi, janvier 11, 2007

Man versus Beast!?... Give me a break!

I was watching two days ago the second version of “Man versus Beast”. I haven’t seen such a stupid program in my entire life. It consists of competitions between human athletes against other animals like dogs, Ourang Outan, Chimps and camels. For example, there was a competition between a gymnast and an Ourang Outan, consisting of who can stay longer hanging from a pole vault. Hanging from a pole or from a tree, is the lifestyle of an ape. He can stay forever. However, surprisingly, the man won the game. He was a winner by default because the chimp after six minutes was disqualified, since the competition was a feet free competition and the ape touched the bar with his feet. Oh yes! It seems that the chimp hasn’t reviewed the rules of the retard game. It doesn’t end here. During the game, the commentator spoke the stupidest thing one could imagine. He said the primate is using tricks and tactics to distract his human opponent. He was peeing for God’s Sake! He doesn’t care about your stupid game! What’s happening?! Why am I living in a surreal world? Have you run out of imagination? Leave these animals in peace and keep them away from your stupid perverted games because they don’t give a shit!

6 commentaires:

MMMMMMMMM a dit…

I thought you liked Seinfeld and other sitcoms.. were you that bored? If yes... you should have met us in Gemayzeh :D

nobilis tobilis a dit…

yeah I know but It was after Seinfeld and I couldn't sleep and I wanted to have some break from Lebanese politics.

Anonyme a dit…

A break from politics?......Watch either "The Simpsons" on Comedy Channel or "Dexter's laboratory" on Cartoon Network...not Discovery Channel!!!

nobilis tobilis a dit…

I usually watch Seinfeld whereever they are showing it and Eurosport as well.

Anonyme a dit…

I used to watch Seinfeld all the time but not anymore cause it just sucks in the french version...!

nobilis tobilis a dit…

Tell me about it! All the humour will go since it's a relative notion. I once made the mistake and watched a movie "en VF" back in the time when I was in France.