Happy F**king New Years!


If you’re reading this on New Years Eve then you’re like the rest of us and have no life. That’s okay, we still have each other.

Go ahead and drink too much. You’ll be making resolutions tomorrow and the best time to quit drinking is when you have a really nasty hangover. But we’ll talk about that tomorrow.

Let’s end the year on a lighter note – what were the funniest moments of 2011? Jokes, movies, ads or television shows – what made you laugh?

This is an open thread.



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48 Responses to Happy F**king New Years!

  1. Happy New Year!!! Enjoy 2012, apparently the world will end during the year sometime. At least according to crazy people and the movies.

    Somehow I don’t think life will be that exciting or dramatic. We’ll just keep on keeping on. We’ll have some elections. Not much will change. We’ll recover and be in better shape sometime after that exactly in spite of what the fucking government does or doesn’t do correctly.

    Going to watch some new years on TV, drink some drinks, play some loud fucking music. And pass out. Hey, at least I have a plan.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    I retired going out for NYE after going to Times Square to ring in the New Year 2007. It will never get better or worse than that!

  3. soupcity says:

    I love these two!

  4. DandyTiger says:

    Happy Fucking New Years!!!

  5. myiq2xu says:

    Where I come from we call this a “keeper”

  6. Three Wickets says:

    Play with your nuts, you’ll live longer.

    Every day for the past 20 years I have rubbed and rotated two walnuts in my palm. The hand movements exercise my brain and slow down aging. I spent long periods sitting at a desk when I was working at school. Playing with the nuts has helped prevent any ailments I might have suffered as a result.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Cool car 😉 Too bad the guy had a “sickness”, he could have done well with the ladies even though he looked like Fredo Corleone….

    • Three Wickets says:

      Subplot of Mystic River strangely enough. Tough grown-up movie, unlike the dreck sequels they churn out in Hollywood these days.

    • timothy says:

      I’ve seen that PSA a few times before and never noticed that the “disease” was referred to as contagious. Too many drinks to express what I think that choice of words suggests, but it’s interesting that the warning was not about just getting in a car with a stranger. Why make the guy look so creepy and contrast it to the corn fed fresh scrubbed healthy youth. In situations where the predator in the situation is often the reverse. i was born in 67 and grew up worrying about windowless vans in the neighborhood. There was a palpable fear in the 70’s. 80’s because of the seemingly unending stories of serial killers operating in CA. I watch that clip and I think of my abnormal psychology professor who vehemently maintained that the occasional sicko serial killer was just a symptom of a diseased society, No personal responsibility. societies fault that I am eating another. Good god I played 2000 dollars for his enlightened class

  7. SophieCT says:

    Happy New Year’s, Crawdads!

  8. Three Wickets says:

  9. Lola-at-Large says:

    Happy New year, y’all!

  10. Mary says:

    Happy New Year, everybody!!!!!

  11. DeniseVB says:

    2012 ! Happy New Year !!

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  13. rhythm says:

    Happy New Years, Crawdads!
    love this place! 🙂

  14. kc says:

    Happy New Year all at TCH!! It’s gonna be a great year–even numbered years are better (except for 2008)..

  15. Lola-at-Large says:

    OT: Something seems to be going down with Occupy NYC. Twitter just lit up and the live cam is going. http://www.livestream.com/globalrevolution

  16. myiq2xu says:

    I hear gunfire. It must be midnight.

    Happy New Year to everyone!

  17. Pips says:

    Godt Nytår to the crustaceans crowd! 🙂

  18. Pips says:

    “Happy New Year…S“?

  19. Pips says:

    This story and its “protagonist”, 3 year old Holger, captured the hearts and minds of many Danes in 2011. And as “Holger” is not only the name of an ancient Danish hero, “Holger the Dane” but “Find Holger” is also the Danish title of “Where’s Waldo”, the headlines kind of wrote themselves.

    Good on you Mom, for losing your patience with your kid, putting his coat on backwards and zipping it in the back! 🙂

  20. foxyladi14 says:

    Happy New Year all!
    “May all your troubles during the coming year be as short as your New Year’s resolutions.” 😆

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