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The Infamous "Bed Wetting" Thread
« on: August 21, 2006, 12:59:01 PM »
One of the most notorious Slipp posts....



Stooge Posted - 20 May 2001 17:32
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In HEAVENLY DAZE, why was Shemp yelling "Help! Help!
Ohh!" after the fountain pen machine blew up?
ISLIPP Posted - 20 May 2001 19:15
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I think it was because he was feling the pain of his
burning rear end. If you're having a dream and
something real is happening to you at the same time,
you may not fully realize it's real until you wake up.
I remember a time in my childhood having this funny
dream- I was with this really little girl, probably 5
years old and I was probably 9 or 10. I saw her wet
her pants and believed it was really her, yet when I
woke up, I discovered it was me. Didn't the mixer
catch fire? That would be enough to panic me, in my
dream or for real.

ISLIPP- you SKIPP ©2001


Edited by - ISLIPP on 5/20/2001 7:23:21 PM

Afa Dollah Posted - 20 May 2001 21:0
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SLIPP, maybe you should do yourself a favor and delete
your last post.
metaldams Posted - 20 May 2001 21:14
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ROFLMAO

That Pie Eyed Metal Guy Who Trips The Light Fantastic
Elevator Style - METALDAMS

metaldams Posted - 20 May 2001 21:25
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Here's a less...er ummm...zany, yeah that's it, zany
example: A few months ago, I had a dream I was in
Chinatown in Philly. For some reason there was a
catcher and homeplate on a street corner, so I started
sliding into it. Well, I wake up in real life falling
out of my bed and sliding across the room, hitting my
head on my desk. A Stooge like moment for me.

That Pie Eyed Metal Guy Who Trips The Light Fantastic
Elevator Style - METALDAMS

Afa Dollah Posted - 20 May 2001 22:31
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Sorry, couldn't pass that up.

I think that in HEAVENLY DAZE, Shemp woke up and found
his butt was on fire from smoking in bed...

Tony Posted - 20 May 2001 22:58
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You know, Shemp getting in trouble for smoking in bed
in both HEAVENLY DAZE and DUNKED IN THE DEEP (both of
which were remade) seems an odd foreshadowing of his
own death -- his eternal slumber, as 'twere -- just
after lighting up a cigar. How bizarre....
sickdrjoe Posted - 20 May 2001 23:44
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Maybe we'd ALL better get a hobby if we're down to
bedwetting threads.
ISLIPP Posted - 21 May 2001 0:4
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Aw, what's wrong with a guy who has long since had
great bladder control sharing a story like that if it
helps someone understand what I'm talking about and
getting a good answer? Moe wrote in his autobiography
about his own slightly similar experience in his
grown-up, married years. He was dreaming that his
curtains were fire and that took a leak on them to
extiguish it. When he woke up, he was in bed, soaking
Helen. I think she woke him up. I couldn't help but
laugh when I read it, but I also kid of felt sorry for
him because he was probably very embarrased. I
couldn't believe he'd tell the whole world that story
in his book!

I agree- it is kind of eerie about Shemp smoking in
bed.

ISLIPP out of a wet bed. ©2001


sickdrjoe Posted - 21 May 2001 0:8
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What 'eerie'? The man died relatively calmly of either
a stroke or a heart attack, in a car, coming home from
the fights. You may as well attach sinister
significance to a pastrami sandwich he ate in 1948.
(Hey, it's hard to get that good lean pastrami on the
West Coast!)

Edited by - sickdrjoe on 5/21/2001 11:42:34 AM

Tony Posted - 21 May 2001 0:55
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Yo, Doc Joe:

It wasn't the pastrami sandwich of 1948 that was so
eerie; instead, it was that corned beef on whole wheat
with mayo that he ate in 1947 that would prove so
ominous (shall I say portentous [shall I say
foreboding {shall I say augurous /shall I say
premonitory <shall I say presageful>/}]).

--Well Dr. Tony

sickdrjoe Posted - 21 May 2001 1:20
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Tony the Thesaurus-
Yes, but the whole wheat (good) cancels out the mayo
(evil). Perhaps the onus should fall on those Dr
Brown's Cel-Rays and all the complimentary garlic
half-sours he scarfed while waiting for the sandwich.
You'll pardon me, but I'm wanted in surgery.
chicolini Posted - 22 May 2001 10:15
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Anyone attempting to license either the corned-beef OR
the pastrami images on t-shirts can expect to be
slapped with an immediate subpoena.
Jan Barnes Posted - 22 May 2001 13:40
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Getting back to dreams:

a few months ago, I dreamt I was mad at someone and
was hitting him. I woke up to find myself punching my
husband in the arm.

Moetta
"If it wasn't for fear i wouldn't get out of bed in the morning" - Forrest Griffin

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Re: The Infamous "Bed Wetting" Thread
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2006, 02:15:55 PM »
I actually beat you to this one Bruck. I'll 86 the first once since I've posted a reply here.
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