Monday, August 24, 2009

Dimitri the Stud

This has to be heard to be believed.

A guy hits on a girl in a bar, she eventually gives him her card to get rid of him. He then leaves these two messages on her answer machine. The second message is especially creepy.

She passed the tape to a local radio station and the thing has gone viral.


Here The Young Turks have fun with this.



Real Man said...


I'm a member of the "Toronto Real Men", the world's only anti-metrosexual organization, run by "Dimitri The Lover", aka "The Prophet". In the same way that John Connor fights the machines for survival of humanity in “The Terminator”, The Prophet has dedicated his life to fight "Metrosexuality" for the survival of masculinity. He is a modern-day Rasputin ... a real-life Tyler Durden.

Here is the web site for the "Toronto Real Men": TORONTO REAL MEN ... if you go to the section in the menu on the left titled "Meeting Announcements", then click on "August", you will understand everything he is trying to do. Also, if you click on the link on the left titled "Media Centre", there's both a radio interview and an appearance in a documentary so you can hear The Prophet speak.

Also, everyone knows that women in Toronto are stuck up and play games. Here is how The Prophet deals with a single woman that likes him but still refuses to cough up her number ... he hands her this flyer: DIMITRI THE LOVER’S FLYER

Here is a link to some animations that have been banned by YouTube but give you a great indication of The Prophet's philosophy: DIMITRI THE LOVER’S BANNED ANIMATIONS ... the "Crucifixion of Dimitri" represents how he has suffered for all men.

Finally, here is The Prophet's main web site: DIMITRI THE LOVER’S WEB SITE

We heard at the last meeting that his Hollywood film (the one that the producers of Borat and Bruno created) is completed and should be released in the next few months. Then the world will know the truth about what The Prophet is doing to rid the world of feminism once and for all. And the voicemails are just viral marketing for the film!



Kel said...

Ah, so this is a piss take to promote a Borat style movie? That makes more sense.