This page last updated 03/18/2018 A salute to alternate sexuality
I can see how this would appeal to some people.
"Oh yes. Inflate me baby. Faster! Faster!"
Well, I'd be happier if I could get a girl to do it...
It's not the size that matters...
From the people who brought you "Two Girls, One Cup."
I have some friends that would probably like this.
Specialty marketing at its best!
This is a candle salad. This was a kid
favorite many years ago. I suspect one would get in quite a bit of
a fix if they served it to children now. Did the
salad's original maker even know about the, er,
symbolism in this? I wonder. Now, it's
A knockoff of an American
brand. Good lord, I can just imagine what
the commercials for this are like.
It's bad enough that we
eat them. And now...
"Cheap, fast and
I have these horrible images of what they'd do
with the bottle once they drank the water.
I can see where there
would be a market for this.
This was the title for a porno film in the 1980s,
if I'm not mistaken.
I don't think doing that
would keep bugs away.
How do they get the time to print their own magazine and...
A cup of coffee would be really great right now.
Because everyone knows that prostitutes make really great pies.
Homo gal won't you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight...
I'll bet you do.
Not even a little lube?
As Rod Serling would say, "No comment. No comment at all."
Best ad campaign EVER.
I'm lovin' it.
Ingredients are better imagined than described.
One wonders about the
I suppose there are areas where this product would
be very popular.
I don't like the mental
images that this brings to me.And it's spicy. Oh
god, take it away.
One wonders how they harvest their main ingredient.
This is wrong on so
very many levels.
least it's pure.
Oh dear god.
First there was Soylent Green. And now...
He must have a really bad case of hepatitis.
Honesty in advertising.
"No, you want the casa de las heses, right down the street..."
Think of the fun you can have with the telephone operator: "I'd like the
fucking Chiense restaurant's phone number." "There's no reason to
use that sort of language..."
Denny's claims it's a sausage. It's a turd. And a smiling
turd at that. To give them some credit, they have a sense of humor
about it, and have no plans to change it.
Sign outside the Bass Pro Shop, Columbia MO. Three things that go really well together.
Someone read Swift's "A Modest Proposal" and took it to heart.
Of course it does.
Another in a fine series of baby products.
The only reason they have this sign here is because at some point, someone did just that.
I would hang around just to see who is qualified to use this.
Can something be so
ironic that it's wrong too?
Sign outside of a local restaurant. How can they enforce that? How do they define crappy?
Sure, I was drunk when I dreamed this up. So what?
So that comes to
104%. Makes sense to me. But why are the parts of the graph
different sizes if the percentages are the same?
Not since I was a kid.
They know their market base.
If you like backpacks,
Sonic the hedgehog, Harry Potter, tulips or
President Obama, we've got you covered.
So I guess pressing a big log is a real accomplishment now.
Oh, the indignity
An alien named Frieza destroys your planet, this
guy named Goku keeps beating you up, and your wife
Bulma bosses you around. And then someone
names a sissy spice mix after you, and they don't even use a good likeness. I tell
you, there's no justice in this world.
Sure, it's the best comic book cover ever. But it's still wrong.