Smokey the Magnificent

Failing the Turing Test since 1986

A Discovery

Nearly every famous speech from history and the arts can be given new meaning by adding “like, so“. Like so:

“I came, I saw, I, like, so conquered”. -Julius Caesar

“Frankly my dear, I, like, so don’t give a damn.” – Rhett Butler

“A woman without a man is, like, so like a fish without a bicycle.” – Gloria Steinem (attrib.)

“E, like, so equals M C squared”. – Einstein

“Make it, like, so so!” – Jean-Luc Picard

“Unfortunately, no-one can be told what the Matrix is. You, like, so have to see it for yourself.” – Morpheus.

“Thrift, thrift, Horatio! The funeral bak’d meats/Did, like, so coldly furnish forth the marriage table.” – Hamlet

“It’s, like, so a trap!” – Admiral Ackbar

“We are, like, so not amused.” – Queen Victoria

Amirite? It’s nice to know that my $12,000-plus-extras-for-Cookie-Times-from-the-library-vending-machine degree in English didn’t go to waste.

You, like, so shall not pass...

You, like, so shall not pass...

  1. Helpdesk Man

    This is like, so true.

  2. rbjaneite

    “We’ll always, like, so have Paris.”

  3. rbjaneite

    It is a truth, like, so universally acknowledged, that a single man with a large fortune must, like, so be in want of a wife. – Jane Austen

  4. rbjaneite

    Ooops. Messed up my tags there. Sorry.