Monthly Archives: October 2011

Some Interests Should NOT Intersect

So Grandma has been trying to “get in touch with the younger generation.” She has been reading up on teens and their interests in order to connect with her grandchildren. Grandma tried to get her grandkids interested in her hobbies, … Continue reading

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Trials of Childcare: And There He Kept Her Very Well.

(fail blog.org) Where did this person/these people get such a creepy picture to go on the giant magnet advertising a child care center with a name only a hair better than “Kinko the-Kid-Lovin’-Clown’s Pre-school?” A trash can at an art … Continue reading

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Wal~Mart Wednesday: Squeal Like a Pig.

You’ve seen the movie Deliverance, right? Some businessmen from the city go on a canoe trip in rural Georgia. They head into the backwoods and stop at, what passes for, a gas station to try to find some locals to … Continue reading

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It’s Important to Be Regular.

Dear Abby, Recently I’ve developed an inexplicable fear of toothbrushes and celery. I know both are good for you, but for some reason I just can’t face them anymore though I used to use and love them both. This fear … Continue reading

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Wal~Mart Wednesday: Debra, Debra, Debra

Awe, Honey. No. Debra? Oh, I see. “Dressed up” because you don’t wish¬†to be identified¬†as someone who shops at Wal~Mart. Well played, Ms. Jackson. However, next time, don’t give the person interviewing you your real name. That is, if “Debra … Continue reading

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Coke v. Pepsi: Coke IS IT!

This really should be presented as a triptych. Sadly, there is only one picture associated with this splendid display of moronitude. I’ll just have to describe my “vision” for the last two panels. The first panel… The second panel… —–The … Continue reading

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