Smooth Operator celebrates one years!
on 7/22/2003 (5)
Amazingly one year ago to this very date, the site Smooth Operator, burst onto the internet scene not unlike the train I derailed that burst through the window of my local 7-11 earlier today. Nothing like it had been seen before, nor nothing else like it since. Most people widely agree that this is a good thing.
| Now that the first year for Smooth Operator is done, we've compiled a list of thoughts and memories from those many dozens of visitors that have visited the site over the past year. |
"I remember one time, they updated the site three times in one week!"
"My bday is in 2 days hehe"
"I have a belly button."
"They had an article that made me laugh once... just once."
"MORE CHEESE PLEASE"
"This is the most screwed up site I've ever visited other than those wacky porn urls i get in the mail."
"I eated the paint chips."
"Now that's a super value. Just click on the link above."
"I hate this site, yet I am strangely drawn to it."
"Initially, the site was all about the ongoing war between Robots and Sea Serpents," claims site founder and future parole violator Kris. "It was a terrible war that left many dead bodies, robot shells, and smashed ships all across the seas of North Dakota. Sadly though, no one anywhere could find any mention of this battle or seas in North Dakota. So we changed the site to hard core porn."
While the site flourished as a porn site, catering mainly to men who love goats and feel they are being spied on by robot chickens from Denver, Kris soon felt it wasn't the right direction for the site.
"Goat porn was nice, but I wanted a site that did good and not evil," he claims. "I soon realized there were countless wild tales and stories that were never covered because of their disturbing nature and complete lack of any reliable factual information.
It is with this new direction that Smooth Operator was able to bring to the public such tales as Aliens open Taco Bell Franchise, Hopeless town destroyed by forest, and Pirates vs. Vampires: The Eternal Struggle. These stories shocked the very foundation of tasteful journalism, leaving a bitter taste that can only be described as horrible, vengeful, and strangely akin to Pepsi Blue.
"By far, these are the most idiotic and clearly fictional stories I have ever heard," says one fan of these stories who we suspect is less of a fan and more of a critic or possibly some sort of Mexican robot sent back in time to protect the future leader of the human resistance.
Now that Smooth Operator has been around the web for entire year, many are asking what is next for this website, clearly seated in a position for worldwide domination or at least a brief endeavor in online stock trading.
"Flying squirrels would be pretty sweet I think," claims Kris. "I'd also like to try and do a second year."/tds/go.php?si
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