Friend Says “No” to Impromptu Hangout with Half-Assed Excuse Friend Says “No” to Impromptu Hangout with Half-Assed Excuse
What started out as a night to remember, quickly turned into a night you wish you could forget. Tom Gauguin turned down his best... Friend Says “No” to Impromptu Hangout with Half-Assed Excuse

What started out as a night to remember, quickly turned into a night you wish you could forget. Tom Gauguin turned down his best friend, Simon Riley’s proposal to a casual night in of gaming and pizza with an ill-conceived, long-winded, meandering narrative.

“I mean what kind of ‘friend’ would do that? At least have the decency to come up with a coherent excuse,” said Riley.

Riley confirmed that Gauguin’s excuse contained bits and pieces of previously told stories, famous works of literature, and even parts of several religious texts.

“If he doesn’t have the decency to just say “no”, then I think I’m seriously gonna have to reconsider this friendship.”

When questioned, Gauguin stood by his prior statement and all of its extravagance.

 

-Plug Down for Watt

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Plug Down for Watt

Plug Down for Watt failed the Turing Test. I guess that means she’s a robot or a computer or something? I mean, it would explain a few things, like her perfect spelling and math skills, but she has a heart that no computer could ever have. Plug’s too funny to be a computer anyways! So maybe she’s a cyborg. A cyborg who’s on our side.

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