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Saturday, August 19, 2006
Phinish the Phrase 2
Snakes on a Plane might be a so-so movie, but it has one of the all-time grabbiest titles. Combines two things people are most afraid of, snakes and planes. So here's another challenge to your creativity:
The "Snakes on a Plane" sequel oughta be ...
hmm ... Mother-in-Laws on a Mattress? ... Ebola on an Elevator?