J: Not enough people use my genius to have fun like you do.
C: You use my genius. I don’t mind.
I want to make ‘It’s on like gerbils‘ take, but i’m concerned about the ring of that.
C: No llama no cry.
C: Happiness is a warm kitty.
C: Every little llama is gonna be alright.
C: Why do cuttlefish…suddenly appear…every time…you are near?
J: I was on the phone and it kept interrupting with new text noises what seemed like every few seconds.
J: Gerbil and llama, and you dare challenge my genius?!
C: Is cause i was sending texts every few seconds.
C: My genius. Mine. Mine. MINE. MIIINNNE!
J: It’s on.
J: There is no spoon.
C: It’s called a dinglehopper, silly.
J: The real little mermaid was the delusion of a drunken man who drowned a young girl in a fit of rage.
J: Plus sharks.
J: We can say, clearly, Hitler was a shark.
C: Hitler was an eel.
J: What people don’t realize is all sharks are like Hitler.
C: No they’re not. Whale sharks, nurse sharks, stingrays. Not Hitlers!
J: That’s what they want you to think!
C: Sharks support mermaids.
C: Frequently sharks make up the core of the Mer voting block.
J: That was during the Oceanic Wars of 1865. Everyone knows sharks jumped the Mer Party and started backing the Oceanic Buffet Party at least by 1910.
C: The T-Shark Party is widely moving back to supporting the Merfolk, especially on issues of whether or not the ocean president was even born in the ocean and on issues of oceantitlements.
J: It’s a moot argument. His mother was an oceanic citizen and an Amerifish. He didn’t have to be born in the ocean. Poseidon wasn’t and I didn’t hear fish complaining then!
C: Of course, we all know the T-Shark party is headed up by a hammerhead shark.
J: I like his catch phrase: “You’re out of order!”
C: But the T-Shark party says the president is spreading his commufish agenda and trying to make the ocean socialfishtic.
J: He’s the socialfish? Did you hear the crab sing the Mer propaganda song? …So typical of shark supporters.
C: I got crabs from that crab! It’s why I’m no longer a grouper-ie.
J: Red flag number one should have been when you realized he was a crab.
C: Speaker of the Fish Davy Jones is warning us about the ocean death panels that aren’t due to pollution. I believe him. He’s orange-y.
J: He lives in a bubble! He never leaves his locker! One of the most out-of-touch polifishians out there.