Men in fedoras not to be trusted. Immediately report all douchey activities.
Less of a holiday and more of a calendar grab, but there’s nothing quite like ‘Five of Four.’ Let’s drink up some Donkey Punch and break all the things.
Enjoyed by high class lords, both large and small.
“Dornish Red,” a product of the Dorne Peninsula and trust me when I say it’s some of the finest in the Seven Kingdoms.
To boldly go wherever a single railroad track will take you.
“Steamship Enterprise” shows the steam-powered railroad version of the Star Trek Starship. Its five year mission: To transport strange new cargo and to seek out industry and promote economic development across the country.
Live by the full-frontal, die by the full-frontal. I think the same can be said of bladed weapons.
“Boobs & Swords,” a show that can be appreciated even if you have no idea what the hell is going on. Also, if you read the books already and want to see how your imagination matches up.
I’m not surprised that his banana is the source of his problems.
“Freudian Slip” shows the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, about to take a nasty spill after stepping on a banana peel. Next time, he should be a little more conscious of his surroundings.
Shoo bee doo wop skittily boop bop. Doo wop bop dittily dumb.
You’re not stupid, but I’ll tell you what is. Jazz. I know, right. I mean, just play the right notes.
My New Year’s resolution summed up in one word.
“A Gorillion Dollars” shows an ape that’s all about the stacks on stacks on climbin’ skyscraper stacks. This monkey’s got so much money, it’s measured in the Gorillions… and wears a top hat.
You see, Norm, it’s like this. A herd of politicians can only move as fast as the slowest politician. Believe me, that’s pretty slow.
“The Fiscal Cliff” shows Cheers’ resident know-it-all, Cliff Clavin, with a bag of money in one hand and a beer in the other. There’s nothing a pint can’t solve.
Christmas is about more than just presents. It’s also about getting a day off to sip hot cocoa and play video games.
The “Gamer Holiday Sweater” tee shows a festive 8-bit Nintendo pattern complete with Mario Claus and fire flowers under the tree.
That is not the way a chicken sounds. Chickens don’t clap!
“The Chicken Dance” shows different members of the Bluth family doing their best chicken renditions… or some variation thereof. Coo coo ca cha.
You don’t have to pass Chemistry class to pour a mean bowl of cereal.
“Cap’n Cook” shows a cereal box with a cartoon Jesse Pinkman enjoying a bowl of his signature meth. Extra packet of chili powder with every box.
The man best equipped for the zombie apocalypse. And everything, really.
“Katana Dwight” shows Dwight Schrute as Michonne leading a brown and black bear on chains. Which one is better? Doesn’t matter. Both will easily rip a zombie’s face right off.
There it is; the holy grail of Nintendo comics. Where gamers were introduced to their champion. So popular, he became the first plumber to star in his own video game and many more after that.
“The Last Plumber of Krypton” shows the first appearance of Super Mario a la Superman in Action Comics #1.