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Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:44 pm
by Shoe Dick
No, I'm not talking about the "actual" Bundy, referenced in an episode where the N.O. M.A.'A.M. guys say where they have done "it". I'm talking about the thing Al does when he gets to his job. Just pulls up a chair, sits down, and put his head in his hands like he's in hell and just wants to get out of there.

Here's a pic of the position I'm referring to, from the episode where Bud & Kelly follows Al to work:

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I do, every single day. Not because I hate my job or anything, but because I'm so unbelievably tired, and just can't wait to go home, grab a beer and throw myself on the couch.

So, anyone else do the same thing?

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 8:39 pm
by bundyfan666
i do it when my co workers say stupid things :wink:

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 10:05 pm
by Dr. Shoe
I have at some jobs and on some bad days. I will say it is a great comfort to know that no matter how bad my day has been people like Al are still out there "being what we don't want to be, 40 hours a week for life."

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:36 am
by ronthekanuk
Dr. Shoe wrote:I have at some jobs and on some bad days. I will say it is a great comfort to know that no matter how bad my day has been people like Al are still out there "being what we don't want to be, 40 hours a week for life."

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Hi Dr Shoe...
I have often wondered if Peg would be a better housekeeper IF Al would treat her more like he loved her..
especially when she needs some lovin' .....
Kelly is well-trained to not do housework.. Bud, I am not so sure....
then I look at the house (which is neater than mine) and have to wonder if Peg has a Secret that she is not telling Al...
like maybe she has hired a domestic... which would explain why Al never has any spare cash.

From the views I have seen, the Bundy master bedroom has a tidy made-bed, the bathroom has fresh towels on the the towelbar... there may be one of Pegs blouses tossed on the bed or bench.. and a pair of slippers on the floor beside the bed...
With the one turn-off being the lack of food... I would gladly live there and probably shed 40 unneeded pounds.
He((, considering that they are supposed to live in Chicago, I have to say I have never seen an episode
where they had snow on the ground... not even when Santa fell out of the sky into their backyard...
Did I miss an episode ?

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:57 am
by marriedaniac
ronthekanuk wrote:He((, considering that they are supposed to live in Chicago, I have to say I have never seen an episode
where they had snow on the ground... not even when Santa fell out of the sky into their backyard...
Did I miss an episode ?


Dinner with Anthrax?

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 8:50 am
by ronthekanuk
marriedaniac wrote:
ronthekanuk wrote:He((, considering that they are supposed to live in Chicago, I have to say I have never seen an episode
where they had snow on the ground... not even when Santa fell out of the sky into their backyard...
Did I miss an episode ?


Dinner with Anthrax?

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Thank You Marriedaniac...

That episode does not sound familiar
I will search for the plotline to see if I misfiled it in the memory banks..
It sounds deadly... Did anyone die?

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 9:15 am
by ARMAN

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:11 pm
by marriedaniac
Thanks, Arman.

Shoe Dick wrote:Image

Man, I was just thinking... this is like the ultimate facepalm. :D The facepalm of life.

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 11:47 pm
by Dr. Shoe
ronthekanuk wrote:
marriedaniac wrote:
ronthekanuk wrote:He((, considering that they are supposed to live in Chicago, I have to say I have never seen an episode
where they had snow on the ground... not even when Santa fell out of the sky into their backyard...
Did I miss an episode ?


Dinner with Anthrax?

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Thank You Marriedaniac...

That episode does not sound familiar
I will search for the plotline to see if I misfiled it in the memory banks..
It sounds deadly... Did anyone die?


...and in I want My Psycho Dad pt. 1.

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 3:47 pm
by AgentRed
Several of the Xmas episodes showed snow on the ground, if memory serves

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:50 am
by ronthekanuk
AgentRed wrote:Several of the Xmas episodes showed snow on the ground, if memory serves

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Hi Agent Red,

I have seen a little snow on the window frame outside the front door in a utube video
clip ... that could easily be missed because it was so short... maybe two seconds max
as the camera moved across the open-door scene.

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:40 pm
by marriedaniac
"You Better Watch Out" has snow everywhere and one of the kids throws a snowball at Al. "It's A Bundyful Life part 2" has snow on Al's hair disappearing and reappearing throughout the entire outdoor scene with his angel... more so if you watch the version on My Favourite Married.

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:44 pm
by Shoe Dick
Ok folks, I think we've gotten a bit too off-topic at this point. I'm almost doing "The Bundy" in front of the computer right now! :lol:

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:58 pm
by marriedaniac
ron started it! :P

Anyway. My dirty mind is constantly misinterpreting this thread whenever I see the subject line.

Re: Do you do "The Bundy" when you go to work?

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:48 pm
by Shoe Dick
marriedaniac wrote:ron started it! :P

Anyway. My dirty mind is constantly misinterpreting this thread whenever I see the subject line.

Hey, so do mine - and I created the thread!