Charles gets a compliment

In a rare occasion Charles gets an actual compliment on Twitter.

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This made his day!

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90 Comments on “Charles gets a compliment”

  1. kingkuffa says:

    I’m surprised Toot didn’t hit the guy up for a donation “to help me fight the Right”.

    • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

      Exactly, kingkuffa. I thought Charles would pimp out his multiple begging sites. Why he didn’t, I don’t know. Really flies in the face of Fuckface’s MO.
      / it’s a known unknown

      • Octopus says:

        Rummy’s poetry was pretty powerful. If only his strategery had been as strong.

        The Unknown

        As we know,
        There are known knowns.
        There are things we know we know.
        We also know
        There are known unknowns.
        That is to say
        We know there are some things
        We do not know.
        But there are also unknown unknowns,
        The ones we don’t know
        We don’t know.

        —Donald Rumsfeld
        Feb. 12, 2002, Department of Defense news briefing

  2. TreBob says:

    “Staring into the abyss”?? WTF? Sitting on your computer dicking around on twitter and the web in your knickers is not staring into or doing anything. Maybe if they went out and got a job they could stare into something instead of the basement walls. The closest Charles probably gets to sunlight is when he opens the door for the pizza delivery guys.

  3. Octopus says:

    Wow. This is a precious lump of idiot.

  4. Bunk X says:

    • Bunk X says:

    • windbag says:

      We attended an Atlanta Braves game a few years back, and there were some protesters outside the stadium, complaining about the tomahawk chop that the Braves fans do. There were maybe eight or ten of them, complete with a bullhorn so they could scream “RACIST” at the people walking by (largely ignoring them, which totally pisses them off). Anyhow, there were a few who took notice of them. A group of about 50 gathered around the protesters, formed a circle, and did the tomahawk chop at them. It was a hoot.

      Anyhow, if Warren jumps into the fray as Hillary’s running mate, I expect to see a lot of that type of thing in protest of her. The left has mocked the right (mostly for phony stereotypes dreamed up by the left) for years via “news,” late night tv, and elsewhere. It’s time for the right to start mocking them in the streets and in their faces.

  5. Pakimon says:

    Bu not thankful enough to toss a few bucks into Chunkles’ begging bowl.

    Hey Mike! Get with the program!

    Cheetos and avocados ain’t cheap, y’know!

    You know what they say…

    A hungry rotund, ponytailed, sniveling dickhead is a peevish hungry rotund, ponytailed, sniveling dickhead! 😆

  6. Because olo says:

    Cultural appropriation.

  7. rightymouse says:

    LOL!!

  8. rightymouse says:

    A compliment for Fatso but no donation to back up all the love? Why, I nevah……

    • Because olo says:

      I’m sure you must have.

      • rightymouse says:

        Nevah…..

        • Octopus says:

          Wouldn’t shock me if Chunky was now making up twitter-pals to pay him compliments, like the anonymous donors pay him $20 now and then. 😆

          He’s such a lying sack of poo, it’s right in his bag of schticks.

  9. Because olo says:

  10. rightymouse says:

    Yeah. ‘Cause Japan has always been concerned about the well-being of non-citizens. Always.

    • Octopus says:

      Is that the same Japan that still refuses to acknowledge its horrible atrocities of WWII? I think it is. 😆

    • ISpeakJive says:

      There is no greater country on earth for isolationism than Japan.

      They do not like or allow immigrants of any type. Most racist people on earth. Literally.

      Japan Uber Alles.

      “But they were nice to me when we landed in ’72 to open for Earth Wind and Fire.”

  11. Octopus says:

    A WWI first-person shooter. Looks awesome. I’ll never play it, but it’s nice to see the kids will learn some bloody, gassy, horse-y history. 😈

  12. kbdabear says:

    The Unfunniest Man on the Internet takes another stab at snarky humor

    • Octopus says:

      Oof! His attempts at humor are so lame. 😦

      • kbdabear says:

        Toot sucks at anything using the creative hemisphere of the brain

        If he wasn’t suck an arrogant dickhead it would be sad to see someone that stupid who can’t fathom how much he sucks at humor, writing, photography, and music.

        I don’t imagine he draws too well, and as far as dancing we’ve seen his spastic movement on stage

        • TreBob says:

          Toot sucks at anything using the creative hemisphere of the brain

          Is there any evidence that Charles uses the logical or analytical side of the brain any better? At all?

          • Octopus says:

            We have no evidence of such analytic proficiency on hand. Our researchers are pretty bogged down in the “Fat Kids Falling” section of Youtube, though. Not to mention, the DoD Follies Files, which are more voluminous than Chunky’s Bermuda Quadrangle shorts.

  13. Octopus says:

    That’s a funny collection of crazy. 🙂

  14. Octopus says:

    Well, we did it. Two kids raised and put through college. Now what?

    I’m going to Disney World! 😆

    Actually, we’ve done that too often. I’m taking them on another trip Out West, to see some more of this beautiful country. The wife and I are driving on Monday morning, and the kids are flying out to meet us at different points, with their semi-significant others. We might have time to hit Portland towards the end, as my wife’s cousin has recently moved there, and is urging us to make the trip. If we don’t get to Portlandia this time, we’ll probably do a longer trip next year, and include Vancouver.

    • rightymouse says:

      Next comes love, then comes marriage, then come babies in baby carriages. All to be spoiled rotten by you and your wife as the doting parents and grandparents. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        HAAALPP!!! Me, a grandparent. Nigga please. 😆

        On the other hand, I think I can get into that gig. Just play, no discipline, spoil the kid’s kids rotten, and then go home to a good night’s sleep. I can’t wait. 🙂

        • rightymouse says:

          Just to make sure your kids don’t think you’ve lost your marbles, don’t forget to harrumph at the little darlings when they attempt to destroy every packet of sugar on the table when you are out dining with them even though you think it’s amusing.

          • Octopus says:

            I will try to maintain some decorum, but it’s always been a problem. My youngest still plays with table condiments, if we linger too long, and I think it’s amusing. She might be a mental case, like her poor father. That would be tragic.

          • Pakimon says:

            Don’t maintain too much decorum with the future grandchildren.

            The “Pull my finger” trick is a classic and the kids love it. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      Sounds like a marvelous trip!!!!!!!!! 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        Should be a good one. We’ve done two other long ones around the country, and many shorter ones. We have it down to a science. She sleeps a lot, I drive most of the time all geeked-up on caffeine and listening to audiobooks, podcasts and standup comedy recordings on my mp3 player. We get out and stretch every few hours, so we don’t end up crippled. If I need a nap, she jumps behind the wheel and I snore for awhile.

        Looking forward to our day in Sedona, which was a focal point of our last western swing with the kids. It’s really beautiful. I want to spend some hours sipping a nice beverage, and contemplating Cathedral Rock. That’s the Vortex, you know. Portal to a Higher Consciousness. 😉

        • rightymouse says:

          When we are truly empty-nesters, hubby & I will do more traveling. Will be fun!! 🙂

          • Octopus says:

            Most people I know hate to drive on trips, but we think it’s the only way, unless you have to cross oceans. See the country, and unwind, before you get where you’re going. Not everyone knows how to relax on a long trip, but it’s easier than ever, with GPS and mp3 players. When we had the young kids, we were early adopters of the backseat 13″ TV with VCR included, which was a magical innovation. I often thought back to my childhood trips between Detroit and Buffalo, the only place we vacationed, when the six-hour drive seemed endless jammed between my evil ugly older sisters and bratty younger brothers, with no amusement besides punching, pinching and trying to read without puking.

        • Octopus says:

          I urge everyone to go and see this place. Spend a couple days, take the Pink Jeep tour, and enjoy one of the greatest natural spectacles the world has to offer. I’ve been a few places, and this is one of the true gems. Soak it in. It’s hot out there, but it’s a really dry heat. You barely sweat, even at 95 F, which it was when we were there. I’m a sweater, too — you can trust me.

          • Octopus says:

            Some hippie painted this, which I almost bought an overpriced print of:

          • ISpeakJive says:

            Gorgeous!

            I’ve known more than one flatlander who basically came west and never left. 😉

            Any plans to see Utah on the way? If ya like red rocks, (and yellow, and purple and gold, and blue) you’d be in hog heaven. Did a week Once hiking the parks. We were in awe of the scenery the entire trip from Zion to Arches. Stopped in Teec Nos Pos and I bought a huge Navajo rug at a trading post, then hit Monument Valley and crossed into Utah and we were blown away. I spent my youth on houseboats on Lake Powell but had forgotten or was too young to appreciate what was out there. So amazingly beautiful.

          • Octopus says:

            We have driven through Utah a couple of times, Jive — it’s gorgeous. We did a quick tour of Salt Lake City, saw the Mormon Temple and some other monuments. I would love to spend a long time seeing all the natural wonders in that state. Spectacular stuff.

          • Because olo says:

            Go up to Idaho. Pretty spectacular stuff there, too. In fact, a nice drive is up to Idaho, tool around there to a number of places, and then take I-84 into Portlandia. If you do that, stop and see Hell’s Canyon. Way to many other places to see to list.

          • Octopus says:

            Thanks for the tips! I know we’ll be going out West again next year. This year, we have a pretty tight schedule, and several relatives to drop in on. We’ve been through Idaho, but just on the highway, and heading for home. My memories are vague…might have been asleep at the wheel. 😉

    • Bunk X says:

      Congrats. We’re passed that milestone this year as well.

      • Octopus says:

        Congrats to you as well, sir. It’s a nice feeling, not having college bills to pay for a change. I think they’ve stopped coming, anyway.

  15. Bunk X says:

    • Bunk X says:

      Someone missed the sarcasm.

      • Octopus says:

        Wow. Even for McDumbth, that’s a serious comedic gaffe. 😆

        “She’s wrong about everything…” You see, Fatass, that’s what any moderately sane, rational observer would call, “a clue.” To the sarcastic intent. You see a ringing endorsement. You gobble a cheesy-tuna sangwidge, and wash it down with Mountain Dew. Warm Mountain Dew, which is often your own you-rine. Nice recycling.

  16. kbdabear says:

    Bartolo Colon shows that old fat guys can do the impossible

  17. Pakimon says:

    Happy Mothers Day to all the moms out there!

    You deserve a day of relaxation and rest after having to deal with stuff like this all year. 😆

  18. Because olo says:

  19. rightymouse says:

    Fatso diving….

  20. ISpeakJive says:

    Is today Beggin’ Bowl day?

    Can you have some of my money? No.

    Sorry, Charlie Tuna. Or Charlie Whale, in your case.

  21. Octopus says:

    It’s time to fire Brad Ausmus. 😡

  22. ICYMI: Yes, PJ O’Rourke Endorsed Hillary Clinton Today (AUDIO) lgf.bz/1QVh3Kh https://t.co/SLAiJnhpeq
    3 hours ago

    Calm down Chunky. He’s just a confused old celebrity dipshit. Plus he works for NPR now so he’s bowing to peer pressure. Probably failed to fund that retirement account for years and seeing the writing on the wall. PJ: “Um, sure I’ll vote Demoncrap as far you know. Just keep the checks rollin’ in.”

    • Bunk X says:

      P.J O’Rourke is anything but confused. In context, his comment was a direct shot at Hillary on several levels.

  23. Bunk X says:

    Check out this brilliance from someone whose family tree has no branches.

  24. Because olo says:

  25. Octopus says:

    I don’t know who’s in charge of the ratfucking going on at @Salon, but they need their head examined. I’m done with them.
    18 minutes ago
    .@Salon has burned their last bridge with me.
    28 minutes ago
    You fucking assholes are doing your best to create a nightmare Trump presidency. Fuck you. @Salon
    30 minutes ago

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!1!

    I just love it when Fatass goes nutso. Massive Butthurt Achieved!

  26. kbdabear says:

    Somebody clued Toot in that he was cutting and pasting from a bogus site…

  27. kbdabear says:

    But Toot still can’t distinguish real “Hot Russian Girls” who want to meet you from fake ones