Thursday, September 26, 2013

Your Umbrella Is Trying to Kill You.



I'm not an expert in Spanish but I think what Spencer is trying to say here is that his umbrella is a dangerous instrumentality and you should therefore run inside (but not near stairs or escalators) and stay the hail out of the rain.

Or something like that?

12 comments:

  1. Spencer, spencer when will you be mine!

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  2. Spencer starred in his 5th grade play of mary poppins and he hasn't liked umbrellas since.

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  3. All at once now: "It's Spencer's world and we're all just living in it. "

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  4. I can't take this guy other than to imagine him as a character on Better Call Saul - how great would it be to have SA cameo on the show?

    He could be competing with Saul for a case - the plot could include mud wrestling, a proxy fight by their runners and a pop Spanish quiz.

    Could be really good stuff. A lot of potential.

    SA could use the catch phrase "Always call Aronfeld!"

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  5. @11:17 am

    I bet spenser believes that.

    What if SFL, Guestblogger and Godwhacker are the same person, suffering from multiple personality disorder?

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  6. @12:48

    And what if you are just another one of those personalities manifesting?

    What if we're all just a dream, a hologram, a canard, a figment of someone's imagination?

    Let's get metaphysical!

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  7. Thanks for broadcasting Spencer's reality show!

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  8. This video will be Exhibit A when someone slips and falls in his office building!

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  9. Aronfield is an flaming asshole and displays to the public attorneys in their worst possible light.

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  10. My Cuban husband laughed his ass off when I showed him this.

    Pobrecito.

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  11. He should be arrested for the way he butchers my ancestor's native language.

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  12. Rain drops keep falling on my head... but that doesn't mean my eyes will soon be turning red!

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