Posts from the ‘Unnecessary Products’ Category

sh*t: it’s what for dinner!

Why do they do stuff like this? It’s totally unnecessary. We are not running out of food.

And another thing: Where in the hell do they find people to taste-test this sh*t? Oh wait, they’re in Japan? Nevermind.

Finally, I can hit the ball!

Although I still don’t see the point. I’ll give the guy some credit for inventing this, but beyond the novelty of it, it looks kinda boring.

Nothing Exceeds Like Excess

Gee, this all seems so familiar. I seem to recall this same basic thing when I was in grade school. Still, gotta give these marketers credit. Take an old idea, glitz-it-up, and sell a million of them. God Bless America!

Stoners Like Presents Too!

I always thought you were supposed to leave cookies and milk for Santa?

For that guy who’s “hard” to shop for… and Grandma too!

God bless America!

A better mousetrap?

Of course, these things always work perfectly in the commercials. I’m old enough to remember the venerable Veg-O-Matic. Hundreds of Julienne fries, my ass. More like mashed potatoes.

If this really does work I’d get one. For the wife, of course. She bakes, I don’t. I make gravy. That’s it.

Multi-tasking at its finest…

iTitIt was only a matter of time…

“Apple announced today that it has developed a breast implant that can store and play music. The iTit will cost from $499 to $699, depending on cup and speaker size. This is considered a major social breakthrough, because women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.”

shamelessly lifted from Knuckledragging