Joined: 04 Feb 2004
Hidden meaning in seemingly random forum postings
A few days ago Baron made a bunch of very strange posts in the PIE forums. They appear to be movie, tv and song references. They didn't appear to make any sense, however Baron has just said otherwise:
|They make perfect sense to me. There is a deeper meaning to what I say.
Here is the list of Baronisms I used for the Baronism Generator I made.
"I want fish and chips!",
"I want a midget for a friend.",
"I want to eat a waffle!",
"I don't believe in love.",
"I have never seen a weird scene inside a goldmine.",
"I don't understand why a bell won't toll for a troll.",
"I have not been to Oxford Town!",
"I don't want to feel.",
"Away put your weapon, I mean you no harm.",
"I don't have a cup of sugar you can borrow.",
"There is no amp that goes to eleven.",
"Helm's Deep is where I will make my final stand.",
"Where is Annie?",
"That board is not just a game but a tool for communicating to another world.",
"What to do when a birthday cake barks?",
"This land is your land, this land is Wes Borland.",
"Fly fishing? Why fly fishing?",
"My feet don't love me like they used to.",
"When you sleep, that shadow will creep.",
"Can you hear the sirens?",
"What really is between peanut butter and jelly?",
"Too many waffles irons in the fire.",
"Throwing eggs at the stars...and they laugh back.",
"Halt the salt (so say the pretzel snail).",
"I can't reach the beach or the bleach.",
"It is true, the past is always greener.",
"I am fine and fine is me. Fine will set you free."
I am pretty sure that "Where is Annie?" is yet another Twin Peaks reference.
Joined: 26 Jun 2009
Hmm, it could also be a reference to the tag ending of A Day in the Life by the Beatles in their Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. It repeats "I never do see Annie, Oh!" over and over, but I think there might be some backmasking involved. Worth checking out, I suppose.