Happy Daze of Brexit

Jumping the shark is the moment when something that was once popular that no longer warrants the attention it previously received makes an attempt at publicity, which only serves to highlight its irrelevance.’

*/lights up… Excellent example, Clicky… /drags… when even Bruce Almighty can’t believe the ridiculous narrative spouted by arch Remoaner, Lady Nougat… /plumes smoke…*

Cade invites Roob to watch Sharkwater

*Oh yeah, Cade and me remote viewed ‘Sharkwater’ and Sharkwater Extinction’ last night, Clicky… /shakes head… What a fucking eye-opener… /throws up hands… Poor sharks!*

blackjack 21

*/frowns… Not sure if that’s sharp or shark, Clicky… /squints... Or are you referring to 21? …/flicks ASH… Do you mean Blackjack?*

*Oh black jackET… /rolls eyes… Yeah, Fonzie was famous for that… /smokes… And?*

*Heyyy! That calls for a Song, Clicky…*

 

 

19 thoughts on “Happy Daze of Brexit


  1. I think there may be more to “shark jumping” than just Fonzie/Happy Days and Howard Stern/irrelevance.
    Paikeahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paikea
    Evel Knievel-Shark Jumphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evel_Knievel#Shark_jump
    I seem to recall being taught that one way of avoiding the business-end of a shark was to grab and ride it, hence, “jumping the shark”. I realize that meanings morph and change, but when I think of “jumping the shark”, I think of “a last ditch effort to avoid being eaten in an already bad situation” or generally doing something that would otherwise be kinda stupid. “Hold my beer…watch this” kinds of stuff, cept maybe varying circumstance(s).
    /shrug

    ^Kevin Morby – Harlem River^

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