...separated at birth?!?!Ippolito de Medici, 16th century soldier, womanizer, and poet...TrueFightScholar, 21st century vitamin salesman, fencer, amateur historian, and overall clown...You be the judge.
if he gets hurt, do you feel it? :-)
LOL! I hope not!
LOL!!! I am still shocked at the resemblance!!
I know, it's pretty bizarre...
who is your daddy and what does he do?
My late father was a graduate of NJIT back when it was the Newark College of Engineering--Class of 1940. Served as a Navy ordnance specialist stateside during WWII (where he supervised a couple of plants that built gun directors) and Korea. Became a chemical engineer in civillian life. A brilliant man--I still miss him.
He never saw the pic of Ippolito, but I'm sure it would have cracked him up!
martinburke,...yeah, Ippolito is INFINITELY cooler...Let's see, who would I rather be like? A Renaissance nobleman who kicked ass in Hungary against the Turks, and was popular with the ladies, or some red-headed, un-funny putz? Hmmm, I don't know... LOL!
TFS, "who is your daddy and what does he do?" is an in joke. It is from a prank call bit made using Arnold Schwarzanegger movie samples.
I hate carrot top.
TFS, "who is your daddy and what does he do?" is an in joke. It is from a prank call bit made using Arnold Schwarzanegger movie samples.Oh. Shit, I had no idea! (Come to think of it, who calls their father "daddy", unless they're a 12 year-old girl? Wake the f*!k up, TFS!!!) :-)I hate carrot top.I'll go even further... I despise carrot top.TFS
ahaha, you bastid TFS, you made me cough up a lung by giving a serious response to that question! I figured you would get the joke being on the OG. Cheers to your dad, I just thought that the daddy line was appropriate here. Maybe you've got a little Ippolitio in your bloodline way back.
"I'm gonna ask you a bunch of questions, and I want them answered immediately!"
RobRPM,LOL, yeah, I felt like the King Fool after that! Perhaps I should change my screen name to TrulyCluelessFightScholar, or something. :-)Cheers to your dad...Thanks, bro.Good Lord, I love this forum!TFS
You're lucky. I look like Vincent D'nofrio.
(edited to remove unnecessary cursing)
LOL at the TFS/Ippolito 'family resemablance' ;)
TFS wrote: Come to think of it, who calls their father "daddy", unless they're a 12 year-old girl?
Actually, calling one's father 'Daddy' is typical colloquial usage in the American South, as in "My Daddy taught me..." or "My Daddy always said..." etc.
So, if you're at a seminar or whatever and some big dude with a Southern accent mentions his Daddy, you may want to keep a straight face ;)
Yeah. Those rebel assholes are always saying "Daddy."