Friday, January 8, 2010

Iller

In the parlance of our times...

Still avoiding the propagation of the term "sick." Stepping it up a notch.
Few words rhyme with it: Thriller; Chiller; The Driller Killer...

When measured against the one previous, this card is iller.

2009 Topps Unique JUMBO Patch #UJR-CS CC Sabathia (03/40)


Indeed.





When equating the attributes of two nouns, this is known as a comparative adjective. Three or more, a superlative. What does it all mean?

6 comments:

Matt F. said...

That card isn't ill, it's bedridden.

SpastikMooss said...

Nice movie reference there.

Also, you can almost connect those two swatches. So cool!

Also, I say ill AND sick. How sick/ill is that?

*hangs head in shame*

stusigpi said...

I appreciate the avoidance of the term sick. People that use it sound like pimply faced 14 year old wannabe's. The second card is indeed ill and dare I say "rad like dad"

dayf said...

That's not ill or sick that's holy fucking shit.

If you do an illest I won't be able to click on it be cause it will be just too much for me to handle.

Thorzul said...

Consider yourself warned, dayf.

dayf said...

OH NOES