"My Geekiest Pun EVER"

2007
May
9

neil_before_zod.jpg
If you don’t get the joke, I over-explain it after the break…

That’s Astronaut and First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong standing in front of Terence Stamp as General Zod from “Superman 2”, a character who declared his domination over others by saying “Kneel before Zod!”
It’s NEIL… BEFORE… ZOD!

I am very very sorry.

10 Comments (so far) about

"My Geekiest Pun EVER"

  1. MrVisible Says:

    I had your pun up on my screen just now, and someone wandered into my office. The transcription of the event follows.

    “What the…”

    Then he just started giggling, and left.

  2. M.B. Says:

    oh….my….
    That is sooooooo bad…

  3. M.B. Says:

    Can I borrow it? (I promise to blame you for it!)

  4. wendell Says:

    Mr. V, I never claimed that this blog was SFSW (Safe For Serious Workspaces).

    And M.B., feel free to spread the message of “Neil Before Zod” around. I’ve added a little me-message at the bottom so you can use the image and I automatically get credit/blame. Just don’t hotlink it unless your site’s traffic is worse than mine.

  5. M.B. Says:

    Thank you!
    I won’t hot link, though I doubt there’d be a problem…

  6. Fish Says:

    Pfffffft!

    [*Blames MB for spreading it my way*]

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  9. B. Says:

    Wonder if they have one with Neil Diamond. Now THAT would be cheesy cool…

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