I was only quoting a line from the Jerry Sienfeld show. One Elaines boy friend said when she referred to him as a grease monkey. It was funny when he said it. I guess it had something to do with the look on his face.
you saw where hes getting his own show this fall,should be a hoot.Do you remember seeing kramer when he first kinda got started on some late nite comic show?he did a bit with play army men,it was great,what a sick-o
I'm not a Seinfeld fan, so I didn't pick up on the allusion. That happens to me from time to time. Somebody makes a reference to a popular tv show (one I don't watch) & I have no idea what they're talking about.
Just glad you were kidding & weren't really offended.
DO I REMEMBER THAT. It was on Saturday Night live back in the late 70's. That was in my HD days and we use to eat those special brownies and smoke those left handed cigs. Needless to say he would put us rolling on the floor.
Yea I wasnt sure if it was SNL or not.Brownies,I remember those days(ok well i remember part of em).Oh those great SNL sayings-NO COKE ,PEPSI---JANE YOU IGNORANT SL*T---COUPLE OF WILD AND CRAZY GUYS__
oh those were the days huh
I've got another monkey saying "cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey" (used a lot up here) The history of the saying is not dirty. Like many saying in English it's nautical, the device which held the cannon balls on British War ships was called the "monkey" when it got really cold the brass would contract enough that the cannon balls would fall off. Hence the saying, I love this stuff, just more litter for my head.