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i was first in line at bestbuy too!
Seems someone thankful for idiot retailers who remain tortfeasors by repeating last year’s acts of neglegence!
[...] Speaking of Black Friday, more than a few classmates did this today… at a different type of ABC Store (Courtoons) [...]
Trebek: And the categories are
LAW FIRM WITH A NAME THAT STARTS WITH BAKER AND ENDS WITH MCKENZIE
*Live audience laughs*
I HEAR THOSE WHO SEARS ENORMOUS
*This is about achievers who can’t stop talking about their acheivements. We will accept Kanye West as an answer.
WHAT YEAR IS IT?
Alex Trebek: Mr. Connery, seeing as you are leading the board, you get to go first.
Sean Connery: The day is mine!….. I’ll take “I heart ho’se whose arse normous”
Trebek, wide eyed, slowly and morbidly twirls to see the category.
Alex Trebek: Mr. Connery, that is NOT a category.
Sean Connery: Is that so Trebek? Clearly you haven’t met your mother in a while. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. OHOHOHOHOHO!
Alex Trebek: …………MOVING ON!
Robin Williams: Yes. It’s like Kanye West saying “I ain’t saying she golddigger, but she might be a ho! Westsiiiiiiide”
Alex Trebek: FML
Ahem…’Black’ friday? Why is the term ‘black’ associated with negativity? Imagine Obama screwing up big time in the future on a crucial issue and then seeing the dailies/tabloids splash headlines that say “Black day for the country”. I mean c..c..c..c’mon. Wow, what a great audience.
With a name like ‘Superstore”, the lawyers can sue per store.
Yup, that’s what will keep happening until stores stop creating the mass hysteria about shopping the day after Thanksgiving.
This courtoon is racist!
@Slum: Umm… actually, the “black” in Black Friday is not negative at all — it’s about as positive as you can get. It refers to the fact that negative numbers on ledgers were written in red ink and positive numbers were written in black ink. When a company is “in the black,” it means that the company is making a profit. And the day after Thanksgiving is supposedly the day whose sales are so great that even companies that are hurting become “in the black,” hence the name.
Sorry, I’m sure you know that, but I’ve heard that shite from a lot of people who don’t know better in recent years, so I thought I’d get it “on the record.”
The aforementioned negative association of “red” is racist.
Mr. Connery: Well well Tracey me laddie, black friday with rock bottom prices matched with an inadequate amount of sales shows a loss, not a profit. “Supposedly the day whose sales are so great..” Supposedly. Supposedly you just came out looking thick. Supposedly, probably, most likely..ah well, where were we on the categories Trebek?
Trebek: The last category is ‘Tournament ally ill bit chess’. This is about brilliant chess players. Garry Kasparov as an answer will do.
Mr. Connery: I’ll take “mentally ill bitch” for 1000, thank you very much.
Agree with RyanL. If not the African Americans then the Native Americans.
That’s where the name “Black Friday” came from, Slum. If you’re too thick to understand that, don’t blame me.
As for “mentally ill bitch…” THAT COMMENT IS DISCRIMINATORY AGAINST THE MENTALLY ILL!!!
RyanL has a valid point, as usual.
Alex Trebek: And the category is an album cover.
Sean Connery: I’ll take anal bum cover for 1000 and oh yes, Tracey won’t ever need one. Also Tracey, my previous remark isn’t discriminatory against you at all!
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Black Friday Cartoon | Courtoons…
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