Jan 21

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Good Show Sir Comments: The Sisterhood of the Matching Pants
Published 2001

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of art!I would touch it without protective gloves.I've seen worse. Far, far, worse.Interesting, but I would still read it in public.Middlng: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lame picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show Sir! (Average: 7.42 out of 10)

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29 Responses to “Stars Over Stars”

  1. anon Says:

    What sort of striker approves of scabs?

  2. SI Says:

    Obviously the accessory slot was free and all she had was a rifle scope to put in it. Cool looking but useless.

  3. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    ‘Think Like a Human, Strike Like a Hammm.’ Sensible advice, passed along from father to son in my family.

  4. Bibliomancer Says:

    Ready to sniff and kick some ass!

  5. Chris Says:

    “No! I only draw werewolf hands!”

  6. fred Says:

    I’m guessing dog boys species must lead the universe in advanced bidet technology.

  7. Perry Armstrong Says:

    Pose Like a Boss –
    Schlepp Like a Schmuck!

  8. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    According to the bit online Heyoka Blackeagle was born to teleporting space dogs and raised by Native American politicians. This is what happens when the GM’s girlfriend is playing.

    Doesn’t mention about his neck problems, tho.

  9. THX 1138 Says:

    Did the tagline writer have a painful accident while dictating?

  10. Tom Noir Says:

    Okay, fine, but did this happen in Boston?

  11. Anna T. Says:

    Gun Girl there looks like she has some back problems, which is the likely reason why Wolfman is looking at her with some concern. She looks to be having trouble even carrying the gun, let alone firing it. She probably needs to see a chiropractor.

  12. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    @THX: no, then it would read, ‘Think Like a Human, Strike Like a JOZXYQK!’

  13. Tat Wood Says:

    Louise Wener’s auditions for a new bunch of Sleeperblokes didn’t go as planned.

  14. Perry Armstrong Says:

    @THX1138(9): I prefer to think he just happened to clear his throat at that moment.

  15. Perry Armstrong Says:

    @Dead Stuff(12): Why bring Spock’s family name into this?

  16. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    @TagWizard: candidate for the ‘super soaker’ tag, looking at the arms on her back.

  17. Tat Wood Says:

    What does that title mean, exactly?

  18. A.R.Yngve Says:

    Girl: “Help me carry this gear! It’s not fair that I have to carry all of it!”
    Furry: “Hah! My family is rich! I don’t have to carry anything. You’re just one of those fifty-one percent who leeches off the productive class.”

  19. A.R.Yngve Says:

    “Think Like A Human — Strike Like A Hrinn!”

    Oh wow. Awesome. I’m totally blown away. Such poetry. Almost as good as…

    “Think Like A Human — Strike Like A Hglxchpwst!”

  20. anon Says:

    @Tat Wood: It’s about the pecking order in the dog-eat-dog world of Hollywood.
    That’s my guess anyway.
    It explains why the PA has to carry all the gear for the Z list canine star.

    The tagline really reminds me of creating anagrams. You almost always end up with a random collection of letters that leave you with three non-exclusive choices to either:
    a) painstakingly massage them into the pieces of text you already have, simultaneously destroying large portions of it and making it awkward,
    b) scrap everything you already have and try to come up with a way to use the problematic letters first while maintaining some sort of balance that makes it possible to use all the letters in actual words of the English language, or
    c) create some awkward name or concept like Hrinn and run with it.
    I’m just wondering what it said originally. It’s probably an insult of some sort.

  21. HappyBookworm Says:

    Canine-man: Do you really need that HUGE weapon? All I need is pants!
    Girl: Yes…
    Canine-man: And you’re not fooling anyone with the bandoleer; we all know that’s a laser gun.
    Girl: Quiet. I’ve got a bead on that vaguely suspicious guy over there.

  22. lctwice Says:

    What would Muhammad Ali say.

  23. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    What is it about the font that makes the author’s name look all crammed in at the bottom, almost as an afterthought?

  24. GSS ex-noob Says:

    The kerning’s off. Compare the size and spacing of the first T to the last one. It’s like the letters just got crammed in there at the last moment.

    Guess it could have been worse, ended up as KD WNTWRTH.

  25. B. Chiclitz Says:

    This title is a word game. The designer made a puzzle by placing the word “Stars” over the word “Stars” and then using it as a title, but it’s still just a word game: Stars/Stars = 1.

  26. JJYoyo Says:

    Stars / Stars = 1 for all stars not = 0. Yet there are two of them there. I am puzzled.

    Now, the next task is to determine which one had the puppy uppers, and which had the doggie downers.

  27. GSS ex-noob Says:

    @JJYoyo: I can’t fault your math. Also, can stars really be “over” stars in a spatial sense, seeing as how there is no up or down in outer space?

    Could it be “stars over/stars” and therefore reduce to just “over”?

    Good callback on the dog drugs, LOL. I think human’s had the uppers so she can carry all those weapons, and doggo’s had the downers so he can put up with her overcompensating.

    How does German Shephard Man even get his pleated-front khaki cargo pants on, with those claws?

    (I sure hope Admin and Tag come back soon with new content.)

  28. JJYoyo Says:

    @GSSxN: thank you, but – full disclosure – I borrowed those names from the original cast of Saturday Night Live.

  29. GSS ex-noob Says:

    @JJYoyo: I too am An Old and remember seeing that SNL on first airing.*

    I’ve seen it many times since, of course.

    So I was complimenting you on the classic reference.

    I was going to put a link to it here, but I couldn’t find a version online that wasn’t in with other fake ads! And people using the concept for their doggo videos.

    *In portable black and white, because mom and dad weren’t into it, of course, and they had control of the giant-ass console TV –24 inches!

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