Nothing beats the hilarious shock of an old person saying something unexpectedly vulgar, which explains Shatner's newfound sitcom success, or why his reaction to its inevitable cancellation will be equally funny. For old pictures giving you the good stuff, take a curse-orary glance at Clip Artsy.
Lovingly created by a former MADtv writer, Clip Artsy adds hilariously inappropriate captions to free, public-domain pictures dug up from as far back as the mid-20th century, an era when Spy vs Spy would've been seen as an unamusing warning to suspect your neighbors, as opposed to just an unamusing cartoon. To the relatively clean highlights!:
Two well-dressed men standing next to one another with huge smiles on their faces.
"It's nice, fondling ourselves inside our pockets."
A smiling '60s housewife wringing out some laundry.
"Jean was happy when the stains came out, and devastated when her husband finally did."
A man points whilst speaking to another in an old-timey car.
"Saw you hit that kid back there. NICE."
A beaming dude jotting a message down while he has a phone to his ear.
"Very good, I'll give him your message to go f*** himself."
To keep the funny coming, the author's planning on churning out the comedy sausage once a day for the rest of the year -- a schedule which works for tweets, but try to expand it into a sitcom, and even the extremely aged will tell you're f**ked.
Published: January 18, 2011 at 4:00am EST
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