March 09, 2006

Penguina!!!

Let's rob a bank together!!&#)(!$!!%!# If we both live to 65 and will be residing in the same country (which is highly unlikely) we should pick a weekend, buy a pair of penguin suits, two plastic guns or water pistols and some scary S&M handcuffs. And a lash. Yes. Then we will walk into a bank, wearing penguin suits, shoot some water in the air and say, trying not to sound too squeaky, "Don't move, you petty humans, you are being robbed!" After that I will handcuff the guard to something solid and the cashiers will give us all the cash. We will have a kangaroo pocket installed in our penguin suits, and we'll stuff those pockets full with cash (preferably British pounds or some more expensive currency), then shoot some more water on the security guard's face, rush out and drive away on a Pussy Wagon (the one from Kill Bill) that we will purchase before the robbery. You'll be driving, seeing as I'm highly unlikely to master that skill even by the time I turn 65. I haven’t thought about what should happen next yet. I was thinking of driving to Africa and giving people all that money to fight AIDS and famine, but I thought they’d have dealt with that by the time we are 65. So I’m out of ideas now – any suggestions?

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  1. Mr. Invisible

    Make a film out of it. Call it "Thelma and Louise". Part 2.

    10 Mar 2006, 03:49

  2. I dont think Africa will be settled by our 65s… so let's continue drive there and give them the money…... well, the money we robbed might as well only afford the petrol to keep us driving to Africa…...

    Very hard to think indeed! It ain't easy to be Robin Hood!

    Have you thought about that perhaps by the time when we are 65, all the financial exchanges are digitalised so that physically rob the bank becomes impossible!?

    That must be a disater to herotic people like us. :(

    10 Mar 2006, 04:13

  3. Doh! How could you get in front of me!!!!!!!!!!!!

    10 Mar 2006, 04:13

  4. Mr. Invisible

    I sincerely apologise my dear.

    10 Mar 2006, 06:57


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