RoG recently told me that there was going to be a Star Wars oriented "Deal or No Deal" episode coming up, and it looked absolutely cheesy as shit, so I Tivoed it, and I watched parts of it on fast forward for a laugh, but I'll be damned if I'm actually going to waste two hours of my life watching a shitty game show.
Apparently though they had Darth Vader as the evil banker, R2-D2, Chewbacca and Carrie Fisher as moral support, and a bunch of stormtroopers and models in "Slave Leia" outfits holding briefcases with numbers representing dollar amounts (but no actual dollar amounts). Did anybody actually see this thing? It looked absolutely wretched. Unfortunately I saw a couple of the lame Star Wars jokes they made and it made me wish that lightsabers were real so I could cut my own head off. (more...)
Have you ever heard someone talk about "that guy" who goes to a concert wearing the t-shirt of the band he's there to see perform? Every time I've heard mention made of "that guy", people have spoken of him as a clueless tool, some kind of embarrassing social pariah who clearly just doesn't "get" it. (more...)
I hope this basket of puppies acts as a Red Herring!
Tonight, gentle reader, there will be tears in my house. I’d like to tell you they will be my daughters, as there’s nothing shameful in a twelve or eight year old girl crying over something on TV. I’m tempted to tell you my bride is destined to ride the boo-hoo caboose, and well she may without shame, the weeping of women being socially acceptable. But surely by now you know if I am ‘all about’ anything, I am ‘all about’ the truth. Yes, the women of my household may cry tonight, but before their tears reach the river Lachrymose, a boiling flood of extra salty man tears may join them. I could lie and tell you they were the tears of our border Lester, the wise and ancient Negro who lives in our attic, but sadly his tear ducts were long ago sold to laboratories for smack money. No, gentle reader, no. The man tears, if man tears there are, will be mine. (more...)
I'm sure you've all experienced this before, but it's one of those things that I never hear people talking about, so I'm bringing it up now. You go into a grocery store, and you find a lone coupon placed on top of one of the products you occasionally buy. It's not one of those in-store coupons that comes from the mechanical dispensers you find in some aisles, no siree... this is a bona-fide mailer coupon that was clipped out by somebody and left for one lucky individual to find. My question to you guys is simple: who is leaving these random coupons on the grocery shelves? (more...)
As I was wandering through my local CVS the other day, I noticed they had a new section of candies near all of their "get ready for summer!" crap. While the allure of new flip-flops and a rainbow-riddled beach towels would probably prove to be too strong for most people, my eyes were already locked on these marshmallow monstrosities. Kandy Kastle is a company that clearly knows how to bend marshmallows to their will. If they wanted marshmallows to take on the form of a fully functional German zeppelin, I'm pretty sure they could pull it off somehow. But since a life-sized marshmallow zeppelin won't fit on store shelves, they're going with fries instead. Let's take a closer look at their "Mallow Fries" and see what twisted fluffy secrets they contain, shall we? (more...)
We all know the Kool-Aid Man has a reputation for busting through walls to give you a refreshing drink, but this old comic book cover shows that he doesn't just limit himself to our homes. He'll nonchalantly bust through the hull of a space shuttle in outer space too whenever he has the chance. Now, on earth, this would only mean a big repair bill, but in space we have quite a different story. His busting through the hull of a space shuttle would instantly cause everybody inside to get sucked out into the endless black abyss, floating until they died either from a lack of oxygen or (in the case of the two kids with the space helmets there) starvation. Actually, I'm pretty sure those kids would suffocate too, because while they are wearing space helmets, they don't have any astronaut suits on, just t-shirts and jeans. So, unless those are some kind of magical space helmets that allow you to wear regular clothes while floating through space, I'm pretty sure those kids would be screwed in an instant. (more...)
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