Talk:Buy more tangerines
Boogie until you puke,
- I seem to remember this being an actual slogan from an actual fraternity party poster.
no wait, come to KGB Mondays at 4:30 PM in Breed Hall (Margaret Morrison 103).
- Everything after this point in the flier is the result of somebody telling the flier author to just fill up the rest of the page.
We love you. You'll love us. Give us money.
You can be a member of the most gratuitously silly campus organization in existence.
KGB is like Orange Juice. It's like everything you've ever known that's good for you. So, run and tell your mother that you'll be busy on Monday evening because you're going to join the KGB.
- This is a paraphrase of a radio commercial for the theatrical release of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
No, we don't hate Boris Yeltsin, honest, really.
- Keep in mind that this poster was composed within a couple years of the fall of the Soviet Union.
Bring as many friends as you have. Bring as much food as you have. Bring as much money as you have. Bring all of your clothing and as much canned yams as you can buy on short notice.
No shoes, no shirt, no service.
- Really, it's possible for in-jokes to have layers that exist further in than you think.
The other day, Mike Murphy said to me, "Hey, you know I might join the KGB." I didn't believe him, and you probably shouldn't believe me.
- Mike Murphy who was Dean of Student Affairs for many years, was perennially indifferent to KGB. Regardless, he was a member of KGB as soon as we realized that you could pay somebody else's dues.
Rampant consumerism is destroying the American work ethic, but you can still join the KGB.
Polyester leisure suits are still out of style, but everyone cool is still a member of KGB.
KGB, KGB, KGB.
- What I tell you three times is true.
Why aren't you out buying more TANGERINES?!!?!?!??!
- This is quite possibly the innermost joke. It involves a juggling poet and stars Jack Nicholson as the Joker.