Lest you think we’re too serious…

Shit like this happens nearly every day at the PD…I’m not kidding.

I laugh at work every day. Sometimes at the public, sometimes at myself. Frequently at co-workers. If the public knew how much fun we have on a daily basis, they’d freak right the fuck out.

Oh yeah…and this one. I’ve actually done this one during an interview…

You all pay my salary. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you…and I’ll do that. Right. About. Meow!

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12 thoughts on “Lest you think we’re too serious…

  1. My favorite is at 47 seconds, the laughing officer in the background…classic!

    I wish we had a funny movie like that. All we have is Mother, Juggs and Speed.

    HM

  2. I just saw this movie for like the 10th time this past weekend. It never fails to crack me up no matter how many times I see it.
    It's akin to Office Space.

  3. OK, let's get this straight- Supertroopers, funny. Beerfest, fucking hilarious. Club Dread? Tragic display of ignorant hubris. But 10 times!?!?! What the fuck is wrong with you?!?!??

    Cloris Leachman, playing an 80-year old whore that says "I've had lots of things shoved up my ass" is seizure-inducing funny. "Meow"? That's mildly amusing.

    C'mon, dude.

  4. If I didn't know better I'd swear you were dropped on your head as a child. I think there should be some kind of a warning label on your motor instead of your name. But then I know you need to find your giggles where you can! Stay safe and play nice with the other kids!

  5. I never realized until I started working here. Emergency services are all the same paid or volly. You can't take life too seriously no one ever gets out alive.

  6. DA,

    Club Dread was indeed a sad display, no doubt. Beerfest was indeed hilarious. Super Troopers, however, is the police holy grail of movies.

    Go watch Pelican Brief or A Few Good Men. Neither of which is nearly as funny…

  7. My Cousin Vinny is the only funny legal movie. Ironically, its also one of the most correct, legally speaking, when you look at courtroom procedure.

    "Vinny Gambini: Your Honor, may I have permission to treat Ms. Vito as a hostile witness?
    Mona Lisa Vito: You think I'm hostile now, wait 'til you see me tonight.
    Judge Chamberlain Haller: Do you two know each other?
    Vinny Gambini: Yeah, she's my fiancée.
    Judge Chamberlain Haller: Well, that would certainly explain the hostility."

    Tell me you didn't think that was funny.

    I never read/watch anything by Grisham. He's a communist shithead.

  8. DA
    Dude, your tie is far too tight around your friggin neck. Yeah 10 times-since the movie was made when? When I surf thru the channels and I find it on, I watch it. It may be 1/2 way thru or more, but I'll still watch however much is left. It is freaking hilarious at any point in the movie. Like Motor said, "It's the holy grail." My cousin Vinny is funny too, but lacks the camaraderie of Supertroopers.

  9. *If the public knew how much fun we have on a daily basis, they'd freak right the fuck out.*

    Right on, bro. The public would be even MORE freaked out if they knew exactly what our idea of fun really is. Haha. And damn, do I love me some Super Troopers…I just wish there were something similar for city cops. Especially us poor suckers on foot posts in Brooklyn. The shit that goes on here on a daily basis could churn out more movies than the Land Before Time empire.