From: Michael Toole
"I always thought Birdman was a hallucination on my part."
Of course, I have to read your page while drinking soda-- in this case,
the NEW McDonald's Super Size, which, unbeknownst to me, has grown to
accomodate about 30 gallons of fizzy carbonated sugar water. So now
the walls and ceiling are dripping with snot and cola, and I'm sitting
here, drinking my soda, wondering where the hell all the snot and cola
on the walls came from. Office prank, no doubt.
Anyway, very funny page. It's a good thing I'm wearing a corset,
because my sides split. And it's a good thing I always carry a spare
ass, because I laughed mine off. Ba-dum-bump.
Points of interest:
--Samurai's typical "sword mysteriously generates whirlwind" attack is
a keeper-- his shout of "Kaze modo hayaku!" translates as "Wind, go
--You really need to put El Dorado on the Superfriends page. I mean,
really. I adored the show's obvious Affirmative Action characters even
when I was little-- I kept hoping for more. I kept hoping for a
flamboyantly-gay superhero (I mean, BESIDES Batman and Robin) or a
militant dyke (I mean, BESIDES Wendy) or perhaps a hermaphrodite.
Battle of the Planets had a hermaphrodite, so I don't understand what
the problem was.
--I always thought Birdman was a hallucination on my part. Now that
I've grown up and found other people who enjoy his animated antics, I
continue to think he's a hallucination on my part.
Altogether a very amusing page. Not bad for a guy who pretty much
looks like Speed Racer by way of Morrissey.
Super Friends almost had a gay character here where Superman came dangerously close to talking about sucking cock.