What an insult to Federer’s conditioning!
And the colorist has no clue how to make spaghetti. You don’t drain it after adding the sauce. You only drain the water. The contents of the pot on the stove should be red, because that’s where the sauce is.
A tennis racquet colander – I see a marketing opportunity for Mr. Federer.
Much like in the movie The Apartment with Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine. Jack Lemmon’s character does this with the spaghetti noodles. I believe Shirley MacLaine’s character also does this later in the movie.
Jack Lemon did it first.
The artist clearly emulating the scene in “The Apartment” where Jack Lemmon does the same thing, albeit before saucing the drained ’ghetti, and is hoping none of us remembers it.
Federer needs a low carb diet
Did Jack Lemmon ever do that? (I’m being a wise guy here; see the previous posts and comments)
And he slams another one.
Ah, shades of Jack Lemmon in “The Apartment,” except he put the sauce on AFTER straining the pasta! LOL
Many of us revealed our advanced age by picking up on the reference to Jack Lemmon’s character in one of the best movies of all time, The Apartment. A very young Shirley MacLaine as his love interest just made it all the more delightful. If there is such a thing as a perfect movie, that was one of them.
Were those noodles sliced with a Swiss Army knife or a Callaway iron?
Is a tennis player really a RACKETEER?