Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Uncle Fidel!!!!!!



Girls, isn't he dreamy? I posted one of the young pictures so you can appreciate him to the maximum. Virile. Youthful. Mansize. So masculine and hairy, like my Usnavys and every bit the man I wish I could attract instead of the spineless jellyfish I always end up with, hairless types. So regardless of what the oppressive Miami Cuban party line is, and all the polite thought I must put out, in reality, I like that young, virile Fidel, not the old crumbly one, my Fidel, Fidelitos, adoritos, Doritos. Ummmm. My Uncle Fidel and now that he's resigned from dictatorship of Cuba, maybe he's available?

Fidel, Fidel, Fidel...

4 comments:

Drew Dickman said...

I think that this would have more of a impact against all the evils of the world if you actually read the real post it is suposed to be based on because the real Alisa says that she dispises Fidel Castro, so therefore you're attempt at mocking her is inacurate.

Anonymous said...

Ah, a typical Alisa reader, all full of Alisa-grade spelling skills. Listen up, champ: this is a satire. Get it? Satire. Maybe when you grow up you can look that big word up, big boy.

-Not Alisa

Drew Dickman said...

Yes I no satire. I mean imagine if shows like Saturday night live had a scetch about George Bush and it dipicted him as smart. That wouldn't actually work as some people mite become confussed. The scetch would work be being true to the real Bush, but to exsaserbate his stupidity. You, on the other foot, don't really convery this sentiment with your blog; you choose to put out the opposite of what Alisa really says. It makes no sense. I mean you could really satire her by keeping her blog posts about her trysts and shit and make it sound like she's an idiot, but you go in the other direcion. And I mean no disrespect my friend when I say this but you just sound like a whining and jealous bitch. And we all know that nobody likes to read shit by a whining bitch. Sorry if that hurts you're feelings.

Anonymous said...

In your nonresponse to Drew, you defend yourself by calling this a satire, but at the top of the blog, you refer to this as a parody. So which is it? If you looked up both terms, it is apparent that this blog is actually neither although it tries to be something. Ridicule Drew's spelling all you want, but when he's done with that dictionary, you may want to borrow it.

Not a fan of Alisa or Not Alisa