The put-down resembles in form the kind of normal-person outrage that the gang often elicits, but because it's presented in a rhyming performance by someone with the power of local celebrity, it somehow comes across as utter devastation -- less funny than savage.
That said, Dennis's Ziggy Stardust-rouged recantation of the aspersions he cast on Kevin's mental ability does pull the ending back into territory.
Right now you are surrounded by billions of fibers.
Both from the clothes that were in the dryer, and other fibers the clothes might have picked up as you wore them, perhaps in contact with other clothes, or the clothes of other people you touched, or off furniture.
When paper, clothing or furniture shed fibers, the tiny fibers float around in the air and land on surfaces. If you take a fresh post-it pad and dab the sticky part over your face a few times, you will find it get quite a few fibers on it.
Another common paper product is facial tissues such as Kleenex.
Here’s some Kleenex at 60x: See it’s just like paper, made from millions of fibers – the fibers are just more spaced out to make it softer.
Is it better encapsulated in the band name Electric Dream Machine or Chemical Toilet? His fear of rejection is better when it's purely theoretical.
Are those contorted hand gestures genial white hiphoppery or evidence of developmental delays? What's going o-- Dee: "I am not dating a retarded person! - Huffing glue is rock and roll according to Frank.
Dennis protests and reminds all of them that there isn't a single person in the pub with any musical ability whatsoever.
Frank, however, is quick to point out that nobody needs musical ability to make it as rock stars in the current world.
"Sweet Dee's Dating a Retarded Person" is the ninth episode of the third season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.