SN: Listen up, ya'll. Snarkette, represent. Yo.

Audio: Mean base line with sampled GoGos "Our Lips are Sealed".

SN: Yo, Snarker got DKL in da haus. Vassup?

DKL: You're mean, vicious and unfunny, except when you snark me. Because it is all about me.

SN: Sorry, DKL, its not all about you, and you calling someone else mean, vicious and unfunny is da height of absurdity. Team SN grades yo bloggin, and here is vhat you get...

Snarkette: You got an "F".

SN: Yo, got Steve EM in da haus. Vassap?

Audio: Captain Kangaroo theme song and Bananas With Pajamas theme song Mashup

SN: Steve EM, down and drrrty with the comments, getting harshed by da Giblies.

Steve EM: Yeah, well, better that than a Nibley and I've been a real missionary and its not like I talk trash all day about the man from Nantucket who's...

Snarkette: Its definitely sucking.

SN: Yo, got Davis Bell in da haus. Vatsap?

Audio: REM "Its the end of the world" and Love and Rockets "Ball of Confusion" mashup

SN: Davis Bell in full effect. Fallin into da Black Hole, or grossed out by your own lack of substantive posts on the Nacle?

Davis Bell: Neither, actually. I am going to go and guest blog on JMW's sixteen small stones blog, and we'll get more hits that you. Its going to be big.

Snarkette: It looks like it could fly.

SN: Oh, Snap. Schadenfreude engineering in the haus, ya.

Keepin it real in da Naclehood, yo. PEACE!

Bloggernacle, pre-snarked by SNacle enginrrrds.


john scherer said... @ March 9, 2006 at 7:08 AM

Classic, You Gotta love the German guy speaking Ebonics and cushing the clown car.

Eric Russell said... @ March 9, 2006 at 7:40 AM

You know, Peter Stormare doesn't do anything anymore unless he's spazzing out. It was funny back in Big Lebowski, but not so much anymore.

Steve EM said... @ March 9, 2006 at 7:55 AM

Good one Snarkey, but you should have also linked to the that pop singer's banana poster in the Just Friends movie (A little over the top for PG-13).

DKL said... @ March 14, 2006 at 6:50 PM

Those VW ads are clever. The idea of using ridiculous stereotypes of Germans (a la SNL sprockets) to sell German cars is great.

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