Monday, May 30, 2005

Let's Hear It For Pepé!

I just absolutely love Pepé Le Pew. I can really relate to him, minus the stink (because I don't smell bad!) LOL! He has all the qualities of a great lover. He is a born romantic. His enthusiasm knows no bounds. His ego is as big as the Eiffel Tower. He showers les femmes with flowery come-ons, champagne, and gifts. He purrs. He coos. He cajoles... All in that entrancing French accent.

But like all great heroes, he has a flaw: his natural, er, "perfume." That skunk stench has been known to make flowers wilt as he walks by. Buildings clear out the moment the amorous Pepé enters. Marble statues—which have survived hundreds of years of rain and wind—melt in his presence.

But worst of all, that stench makes the ladies run away from Pepé in horror. Love may be blind, but its ability to smell is A-OK. But luckily for our olfactory-challenged lover, he has one other abiding quality, perhaps his best: He won't take no for an answer.

Perhaps Pepé Le Pew would have less trouble with the lovely ladies if he stuck to his own species. Pepé has an unfortunate habit of falling not for skunks, but for discolored black cats with white stripes painted down their backs.



Pepé's Sure-fire Pickup lines...
  • “You are my peanut, I am your brittle!”
  • “Where are you, my little gumbo of chicken ? Your French fried shrimp is sizzling for you.”
  • “Permit me to introduce myself, I am your new lover.”
  • “Where are you, my little object of art? I am here to collect you.”
  • “Is it possible to be too attractive?”
  • “You know, most men would get discouraged by now fortunately for you, I am not most men!”
  • “You stop resisting me, bebe, and I’ll stop resisting you.”
  • “You are the corned beef, and I am the cabbage. The corned beef is nothing without the cabbage.”
  • “The game of love is never called on account of darkness, my little midnight snack."

5 comments:

Elemmaciltur said...

Hey, Thanks for your comment on my Blog! Great to see that somebody I don't actually know landed there! :) Can't really think of a WB Character I can relate to, but I don't really think that I'm a Pepe Le Pew type. :p Cheerz!

Frank said...

Yeah, most people can't relate to my Pepé. Most don't know how to fight a battle that is already lost (hell, that may not be a bad thing)... most people (not all though) I've come across are much too willing to give up when things look hopeless.

Elemmaciltur said...

Well, I have just had my battle with my studies last semester and I won it. *g*

MP3 Doctor said...

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Come and have a look if you get time :-)

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