Did you ever find Bugs Bunny attractive when he'd put on a dress and play a girl bunny?

Posted on October 9th, 2006

For maximum effect, turn off the audio and play the theme from Donnie Darko instead:

Oh, just for the record, I'm not really a furry and the creepiest thing Jamie's ever seen is probably this. It certainly freaked the hell out of me.

It's a tough segue from anthropomorphic erotica and hydrocephalic music videos, but today is Thanksgiving in Canada. I'm lucky and I know it, so let me give thanks.

I'm thankful that, in a world where most people hate their jobs, mine is to hang out with my friends and daydream.

I'm thankful the trailer for 300 looks so cool (even if King Leonidas' constant shouting did make me think of the Will Ferrel character with voice immodulation disorder), because it means the director might not screw up Watchmen, the greatest comic ever written.

I'm thankful for you. It means a great deal to us that so many people visit our site and (hopefully) enjoy our work.

Above all else, I am thankful for my girls. Like I say, I'm lucky and I know it.

Maybe it's just the harmony of the holiday, but Jamie and I couldn't find a single thing to disagree on for the debate. The closest we came was "Would you rather receive unmerited praise or be overlooked for legitimate accomplishments?" (Unsurprisingly, we'd both take the praise.) Long story short, we thought it would be fun to give you a chance to pick the topic for a change.

If you have a subject you'd like us to debate, send it to to graham@wordsandpicturesonline.com, ideally phrased in the form of a question. We'll pick our favourites, give you credit and fight to the death.


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