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Friday, June 20, 2008

FCN Classics Fortnight

We tried this last summer and it was a smash hit. No, I'm not referencing an evening spent with the local country hicks cow tipping, although that was pretty fun. Neither am I referring to the time I decided to go 36 hours without sleep, because that wasn't a smash hit. Rather, FCN is going to return to the popular classics format for a couple of weeks to showcase all the awesome content that is relegated to the back pages of this site.

And we need your help. We have our ideas about what our "favorite" post is, but we have already established that our tastes look Amy Winehouse look normal. I still think our best post was that piece about whether George Washington really existed, but most of you can't even remember it because you have subconsciously blocked it out. The memory of the post caused too much pain and had to be expunged.

We are derelict college students, which naturally disqualifies us from any right to select good clothes and, by extension, good humor. But you, the faithful FCN few, are, at least in theory, perfectly normal people and perfectly normal fashion tastes. And, by extension, you have good taste in humor, your frequenting FCN notwithstanding.

This is FCN's 534th post. That's a lot of dereliction. It's also some hidden gems that you maybe haven't read or are good enough for a second look. In the comment section of this post or by emailing us at funnyclassnotes - at - gmail - dot- com, please identify any posts you would like to see honored in a Classics series over the next two weeks. Just a line or two of descriptive text or a hyperlink would be great. The posts don't have to be the "obvious" favorites (i.e. they can be posts that C has written), but they should reflect above average writing on the part of the boys here at FCN.

Speaking about the other guys for as second, we are dealing with some pretty hefty egos. People that need to kind of approval and affirmation offered only by the anonymous internet. I know, it's pretty bad, but it's the truth. If you can, please try to them the kind of encouragement that will keep them writing on into perpetuity. It doesn't take much, but a little nod can keep the heart of selfish egomaniac palpitating. For that matter, I wouldn't mind a nomination or two.

So get digging, folks. Our archives are open to your perusal (see the links on the sidebar). Pottery Barn rules do apply, so don't manhandle anything (what a sexist term!). But do browse to your heart's content. And then comment with which one of my posts you want reposted.

6 comments:

adrialien said...

Since I'm probably one of only a handful of readers who has read FCN from the very beginning, I decided to go back to 2006 and dredge up my favorite OLD posts:

http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2006/11/thumb-knows.html

http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2006/11/q-with-curious-guys.html

http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2006/12/it-was-so-windy.html

you can call me batman said...

http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2007/01/cowomander-in-chief.html

Amë said...

Oy vey!

I can't find my favorite...about going through the contents of the pantry and drink a strange unidentified substance. :(

Envoy Forest, of course. (We need more!)

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Anonymous said...

These need to be emailed, not posted as comments. Even though comments get emailed to the writers for when they are being derelicts with nothing better to do...

whatever said...

why don't you just look for stuff that F has written and post that? it'll save time.

Jesse said...

If I can jump on that bandwagon with adrialien...(although these are all newer posts)
"Cowomander in Chief?" (already linked)

http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2007/04/dont-eat-plants.html
http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2006/12/new-years-resolutions.html
http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2007/02/north-korea-problem-solved.html
And the best set is the Homies series
http://funnyclassnotes.blogspot.com/2006/01/homies-archive.html