How come no one says "all right, more mister nice guy"?

@phooky would mister nice guy even have the capacity to end mister nice guy time? It wouldn’t be nice, after all

@ranjit I always assumed that as Mr Nice Guy was being referred to in the third person, they were being forcibly evicted from the premises

@phooky @ranjit
But it's just the price I pay
Destiny is calling me
Open up my eager eyes
'Cause I'm Mr. Nice Guy!

@ranjit "ok, Mr Nice Guy has lost his lease. Once eviction proceedings work their way through the courts, no more Mr Nice Guy."

@ranjit @phooky This sort of positive feedback loop is precisely why humans were created by "Bob" with the capacity for both "good" and "evil". Unfortunately, Fred Rogers was conceived one evening while "Bob" was intoxicated on frop extract. "Bob", being a low energy god, waited seventy-five years before killing him off, restoring moral equilibrium in the universe. Thus the expression, "no more Mr. Nice Guy".

@rudyschwartz @ranjit "humans were created by "Bob"" is a common misconception; humans were actually created in 1969 by the Ford Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to provide an audience for the then-new "Sesame Street" program

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