by Volker Weber

Let it sink in a few seconds.


3 - 2 - 1 .... meins

Hans-Werner Mattis, 2006-11-27

Wie geil ist das denn??

Alexander Hauser, 2006-11-27

I have always thought it essential for combat clothes to blend in to Grandma's sofa!

Simon Barratt, 2006-11-27

Basic military service, lesson 1, "How to camouflage in urban battlefields"

Next week: "Using garbage dumps and bulky waste for street fights"

Ralf Stellmacher, 2006-11-27

Reminds me of "I went to buy a camouflage shirt... but I couldn't find any..."

Frank Dröge, 2006-11-27

Noch besser wäre es, er hätte sich seinen Camouflage-Anzug selbst genäht - aus dem gleichen Stoff, aus dem auch der Sofabezug gemacht ist.

Rochus Wolff, 2006-11-27

Rochus: Das würde nicht funktionieren. Fehlplatzierung von Mustern etc. fällt viel eher auf als wirklicher, guter Flecktarn.

Tobias Lange, 2006-11-27

Reaction 1: Who wears a helmet to take a nap??
Reaction 2: "Lesson 1 in how not to be seen: Don't stand up!"

Bob Balaban, 2006-11-28

Is it any wonder? Its a regulation, standard issue sofa for one zonked out GI.

Slawek Rogulski, 2006-11-28

Very nice - had to laugh twice here. Once about the picture, the second time because of Bob's comment - Monty Python's "Not being seen" always cracks me up :)

Helmut Naughton, 2006-11-28

The link is dead now: "Uh oh!
We can not find the requested file.".

Richard Kaufmann, 2006-11-28

Reminds me of a great scene in Garden State

Alan Lepofsky, 2006-11-28

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