Posts Tagged ‘Humor’

A Hello Kitty assault rifle, yes it is true.

January 18, 2008

I’m sorry, but I am compelled to share this. Over at digg there is a blurb about a Hello Kitty assault rifle. Here is the picture. Hilarious.


So you say you have a frog who rides a motorcycle, and picks winning lotto numbers?

January 14, 2008

Here is a short post. I saw this on the late night news, did a quick search, and turns out I’m only about 4 days late on this one (but you do have to admit, I am getting faster with the topical stories). So there’s this frog in Thailand who apparently likes to ride a toy motorcycle and, until recently, was picking winning lotto numbers. The numbers appear on her belly. However, for some reason, because she seems to have lost her ability to pick the winners, she has been grounded from her favorite activity. Eh? Punishing the amphibian because she ain’t producin’? That’s cold dude. She should give the finger to the man and speed off into the sunset. The story is actually pretty funny (which you can read by following the link [pist, look <– that way]).




My open letter to McDonalds

January 13, 2008

To whom it may concern:

In reference to your recent multi-million dollar ad campaign were you showcase two young gentlemen who clearly suffer from some degenerative neurological disorder doing something that I can only assume is some form of rap on what appears to be a street corner…

Stop it.


All right you, leave a comment or the duck gets it.

December 14, 2007


Pretty funny I thought. I stumbled across this pic when I somehow ended up on the main page of photobucket. Although if you look at the lettering, you can tell that whoever changed the top line. Highly amusing.

But seriously, leave a comment or the duck is getting whacked!

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A grasshopper’s IED

July 20, 2007

Ya they’re popping up everywhere. Some are easier to spot than others.


Die Beetle! Die!

July 18, 2007

Now if I may get serious for a moment. I think that there is one aspect of immigration reform that we can all get behind and that is the complete removal of all Japanese Beetles from our hallowed soil. Oh sure, I’ve heard the arguments against it like, “The Japanese Beetle eats the foliage that us Americans don’t want.” and “Without these beetles the pesticide industry would suffer undo financial hardship.”. I say all that is nothing more than right-wing, neo-conservative, tax and spend liberal propaganda, oh, and complete rubbish too. Their very presence in our country takes food out of the mouths of hard working American grasshoppers like me. And their willingness to work for grass clippings makes it hard for honest American insects to afford the healthcare the so desperately need, especially since the presence of these NAFTA refugees has caused pesticide companies to use blends that cause cancer and other long term health consequences that we don’t even know of yet. So where you may see some cutesy little beetle, munching on a leaf, minding his own business, I see a menace to society and that is why I say, “Die Beetle! Die!”.



Insect Mafia?

July 18, 2007

You are not going to believe this, but, another dead body was found in the stray cat’s water dish. I tell ya, it’s turning into the East River. Is this a sign of things to come? A crime wave sweeping over the porch? An insect mafia? I must say, there is definitely a chill in the air. Hopefully I’ll be around to make another post.


Don’t tell Ted…Ohhh the humanity!

July 15, 2007

It was a tragic site. Apparently, one of Ted’s brothers was murdered today. He was found floating in the water dish for the stray cat. We all knew he liked the occasional bet on the horses, but no one knew he was in this deep. The cops came, the crew from CSI: Miami was there doing their usual stupid, pointless things (the red haired guy was just standing there, staring at his reflection, putting on and taking off his sunglasses in various dramatic posses [I guess we all cope with grief in different ways]), and the poparotsi were buzzing around like gnats. Come to think of it, they were gnats.


Is it a leaf? Is it a bug? Maybe its a leafbug?

July 15, 2007

Or maybe it is a bugleaf?


Hobo Joe

July 14, 2007

There goes Joe. No job, no home… what a slug.