Monday, June 09, 2008

On the Prowl


They're on a mission and ladies, failure is not an option.
I'm still working on it but be sure to check out the MegoMuseum Blog for coverage of Megomeet later on today, I gots some fancy moving pictures and everything!

10 comments:

david said...

Those Jumbo Plaid guys are unstoppable. Thank you for answering my question,"What's better than a giant 70's tie?" Clearly the giant 70's bow tie. It's clip on magic.

rob! said...

what is with those shoes? didn't shirley temple wear those when tap-dancing?

wurwolf said...

The guy on the left is unbelievable. I think the thing that made me laugh the hardest was that, in addition to wearing a plaid suit, he's got a window-pane pattern shirt on underneath it.

The shoes were a close second, though.

Arkonbey said...

my god! They're wearing upholstery. It's the Amazing Couch Brothers.

Wurwolf/Rob!: Thank you. I was spared the agony of noticing the shoes until you guys had to open your big mouths

Neal Snow said...

Holy crap. Outside of the poor schmucks who modeled these monstrosities, did anyone actually wear these things?

JFStan said...

"Evening, ladies! Hopper's the name.. Clod Hopper. I just invented a new shoe, you like?"

Rob, I think Shirley Temple could of gotten inside one of those shoes and driven it around like a car. :)

Dancin' Homer said...

That's a major leauge Leisure Seizure right there

MegoSteve said...

The plaid on the left is the same pattern Pee-wee Herman's suit has.

Anonymous said...

The guy on the left looks like the actor who played Chuck Norris' friend in the Octogon

Anonymous said...

I think you're right, Anonymous. I looked up the Octogon and found an actor listed named Art Hindle, a character actor from The Octogon who was also one of the main police officers in Porky's. I do believe that's the same guy.

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