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And today is whatever day you’re seeing this or walking anywhere, because goofy is goofy no matter what or when.

Source: euronews (in English)

Walking is one of the easiest goofy maneuvers you can apply to everyday life.

Here. Goofy himself demonstrates:

Source: Jacob Praytor

Anatomically correct version (NNAFW)*
*Not necessarily appropriate for work

Source: Jasper Ellings
License: Fair use as only readily available animation of Goofy’s penis

The walk itself is not so goofy, but walking naked with goofy hat, gloves and shoes, especially when you are Goofy himself, still rates as goofy walking. Don’t try this downtown.

Rock it out goofery:

Source: Bobot Zerimar

Swinging upside down from a trapeze is a natural extension of goofy walking, but requires some preparation.

Ever try to keep up with someone you’re walking with? How to get all goofy about it:

Source: ITN

The professionals, government-funded:

Source: Medusa Rose

Related goofery:

Source: DrummerBeh

A bit of rather nongoofy follow-up: John Cleese is currently unable to contort his legs. Cruel twist (to his knee and hip) of fate indeed.

If you’re unable to walk, goofily or otherwise, you might wear the shirt. As the retailer asks: What would life be like without a little daily silliness?

And remember: One does not simply walk into Mordor…one gets one’s goof on!

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So said Fidel Castro of Barack Obama’s wearing a guayabera shirt to the Americas Summit, which the Prez had excluded Cuba from attending.

Source: Class Act

“What’s curious, dear readers,” Castro wrote in an article for the Cuban press, “is that Cuba is forbidden from attending this meeting, but not the guayaberas. Who can stop laughing?”

Turns out, though, that Obama never wore the shirt, even after Columbian designer Edgar Gómez Estévez’s daughter boasted she was making 130 “daring” shirts for this “distinct, special, happy, and extroverted person.” What became of them? I just don’t know. But their absence from the summit raises another question: “How long before we see a campaign ad accusing Obama of taking directives–on fashion, no less–from Fidel?”

Who can stop laughing?

Well, your Mayor can’t. That is one goofy put-down of one leader by another. Now, if ever I hear tell of anything suggesting even a hint of ludicrousness, there is no better response.

Kristen Stewart is the highest paid actress in Hollywood. Who can stop laughing?

Convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola had told the jury: “All he wanted to do was help kids.” Who can stop laughing?

Arizona State Senator (and birther) Judy Burges has sponsored SB 1507, supporting some Tea Partyers’ belief that clean energy programs in Arizona are a plot by the United Nations to create a single world government to control people’s lives. Who can stop laughing?

Rick Perry campaigned for President by imagining that gays serving in the military has something to do with school children not praying at Christmas. Who can stop laughing?

But it is none of these that your Mayor is laughing at today. It is the 17-year-old millionaire who has never heard of the Sistine Chapel.

It’s unfortunate Bieber has such beautiful diction. He clearly enunciated the ending “th” of “sixteenth” with a pause before the “ch” of “chapel.” And was perplexed by why people were laughing, not with him, but at him. If someone references the Sistine Chapel, and you have ever heard of the Sistine Chapel, there is no way you’re going to repeat it as “sixteenth.”

“Malaprop” (aka dogberryism or acyrologia) is said to have originated with the misspeaking Richard Sheridan character from The Rivals, Mrs. Malaprop, and it did, but her name comes from the French malapropos, inappropriate, from mal á propos: mal, bad or badly, and á, or “to,” and propos, “purpose.”

I would call it inappropriate to go on live television to demonstrate your ignorance of world culture. Oh, Justin. I, for one, cannot stop laughing.

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This Day in Goofery:

April 19
1946: Birth of Tim Curry

“I guess I am afraid of them because it’s impossible — thanks to their painted-on smiles, to distinguish if they are happy or if they’re about to bite your face off.”

“I” is Johnny Depp and “them” is clowns, and if you’re afraid of them too, Tim Curry may have had something to do with it.

Source: SolomonCaine84

This is far goofier, however (and that’s being kind):

Source: lanymphet

Move over Rebecca Black (if there’s any more room in the back seat). You’ve got serious competition.

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February 12, 2010 by

Goofy T-shirts, that is.

Source: T-shirt Wars

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