Link of the Day: Best Life of Julia Parody Ever

Posted on May 4, 2012 6:03 pm

[High Praise! to EdthePastor]

Sadly, you’ll need to slog your way through the original first to fully appreciate this, but it’s worth the brief suffering.

The Life of Julia Under Obama and Mitt

I found the 37-year-old panel particularly amusing. YMMV.

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UPDATE: Linked by Liberal Whoppers

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5 Responses to “Link of the Day: Best Life of Julia Parody Ever”

  1. Razor says:

    If Obama had a nation of dependents, it’d look like Julia.

    Please tell me you put a link to YMMV just to be ironic and not because people actually ask you what it means.

    Which reminds me of this “old” joke:

    Mom: what does IDY, LY, TTYL mean?
    Me: I don’t know, love you, talk to you later
    Mom: Fine! I’ll ask your sister!

  2. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Obama already has a nation of dependents (and if he had a daughter many of th…oh wait, he does)

    Sorry, my computer refuses to go to anything Obama.anything, must be my anti-communist software and I had no idea what YMMV meant….. : |

  3. Tim in AL says:

    Fourth Trimester-Classic! Oh, and I didn’t know what YMMV meant either.

  4. Harvey says:

    Razor – not ironic, I just like using reference links when I can imagine that it’s reasonably possible that some of the readership may not know what I’m talking about.

    The thing is, “your mileage may vary” hasn’t been used as a car-commercial disclaimer in about 30 years, and back then it was never abbreviated.

    Basically its a courtesy so that people who don’t know the acronym don’t have to Google it to look it up. Just click.

    For PIAPS and SCOAMF, though, they’re on their own.

  5. Jimmy says:

    “PIAPS and SCOAMF?”

    Sounds like a test for scrotum cancer.

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