Chris (90scartoonman) wrote,
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Moral Dilemma

How important is a vow you make when you're a child? To some (like Batman), it's very important, sacred even. But what about to someone who makes a silly vow?



Back when I was just a 90'sCartoonBoy, I enjoyed The Ren & Stimpy Show. I enjoyed it so much, I put my hand on the TV and swore the oath. I even made underleg noises during the good scenes.

The episode with Billy the Beef Tallow Boy really spoke to me, as it was about lonliness and finding a friend in an unlikely place. When I saw that episode, I made a vow. I promised myself that if I ever had a deep fryer and a Buick that I would deep fry the Buick.

And, unfortunately, that day has come. I've been driving around in my LeSabre for five months now, and I bought my father a deep fryer for Father's Day. Well today that deep fryer arrived!

So what should I do? I can't...NOT deep fry the Buick. Oh, why was I such an idiot?! I never thought this unlikely event would happen! Maybe I'll only deep fry part of it (it's only big enough to fit a chicken or a turkey anyway). Yeah, that sounds reasonable...

(yes I am bored, for my heart is broken since Amazon, for some reason, won't send me the DVDs I had pre-ordered until June 25th...weep for me, folks)
Tags: cartoons, silly
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