Monday, February 7, 2011

There's something about Alan

Just in case your "social" network has not exposed you to the BBC's viral anthropomorphism of our fellow co-inhabitants:






Need more? Yes. It's Myaaawnday after all:







Ever since I have watched these I have had a really hard time keeping a straight face around anyone named "Alan".

24 comments:

  1. I have a creepy cousin named Alan. When he was a kid he used to torture animals. Hence, karma.

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  2. I watched this on the bus and it really alarmed the denizens who were sitting around me. I guess they fear Alan now too.

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  3. 2 posts in one month Ant? Whats going on here...?

    *Who the hell is Alan? Why does he not answer frantic hairy thing?

    My Dad would love these.

    "please don't let me meet anyone named Alan.."

    p.s. you have the keys to my place while I'm gone. Feed cat, water plants. Keep away from my wine.

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  4. When giraffes beat each other with their necks, it kind of grosses me out somehow.

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  5. I'm just like those guys. I can't wee with an audience either.

    Alan! Steve! Whoever you are! can't you see the poor guy's lonely?!

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  6. im at work LMFAO boz name is alan made my day :DD

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  7. Laoch-LOL.
    Good thing it turned out to be Steve.

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  8. Sprite, I know, right? :)

    Got it. Feed plants, water the cat, have party. Your house is in good hands.

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  9. Kev D.-how else are Giraffes going to impress the ladies? Use what you got.
    (Mental note: Kev D. does not watch wildlife mockumentaries)

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  10. Vinny C. :) Shy bladder? Me too.
    Lonely and confused.

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  11. Whoever you are, glad I could help.
    Quick, he's coming. Hide your spelling.

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  12. dbs-he came back as a rodent?
    "Andrew, with regrets. You're tired!" ;)

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  13. You know this wouldn't have worked without the British accents...and British sense of humor. Would love to have watched the denizens around Laoch, viewing it on the bus. Happiness.

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  14. Is it just me or is comedy tipped upward a notch when when its delivered with a British accent?

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  15. Oh I LOVE this kind of stuff...makes me smile and chuckle...thanks for the update on Laoch...cannot believe the horendous snow storms!

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  16. Oh thank you. That was too funny. I was rolling at the toothpaste bit.

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  17. Marylinn...or the animals....:)
    We shared the same visual image of Laoch on the bus. (Sounds like a children's show).

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  18. Robert, even when lewd and bawdy it sounds more intelligent :)
    In this case, I think it helped that the voice-overs were done by comedians.

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  19. Donna B.-I was beginning to wonder whether the 5 million hits were all from the UK. I love this stuff too.

    All is well that ends well, the satellite image showed just how big this thing was.

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  20. Tatty, you're welcome. I lost it at "makes my gumz go all numb". :)

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  21. Psst! It's me. Is my cat still alive?

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  22. Sprite, your ginormous beast is alive and well(fed).
    Gotta hide. Here he comes, again. *Houumph*.

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  23. Alan! Alan! Alan! I hadn't seen this version yet. Are you watching me in the bath? Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Hi Lex, thanks for visiting. I will stop by yours.
    There are more where these came from.

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