Some lucky couple christened one the Dallas Cowboys stadium’s new bathroom stalls the other week. Gnarly. They just took home the Whiskey Tango Lifetime Achievement award. Link with video. Some things are better left unseen. Trust me.
I love this next one. Hey, tough guy. Nice rig. Way USA, right? Your Hummer just went tits up. And GM sold it.
It’s official — lovers of big, honkin’ gas-guzzlin’ all-American Detroit SUVs, get out of your foreign communist cars. Hummer belongs to the Chinese.
[This] may mean Hummer’s image will take a hit. According to Car and Driver, A recent study in the Journal of Consumer Research showed that “people may choose the Hummer image of super consumption as their way of showing their ‘full-blooded American-ness.'” With Hummer sales down more than 60 percent this year, the automaker is already struggling — and it isn’t clear what Chinese ownership might do to its reputation.
It’s like Christmas came early.
Drill here, drill now, please buy this money pit.
Subject: Are you looking to buy a koala?
Koala Bear (Aurora)
Date: 2009-09-29, 11:03AM MDT
Reply to: email@example.com
I have a three year old Koala Bear named GumNut, that I’m desperately trying to find a new home for. I bought him back in January figuring it would be an awesome pet that would enjoy living in my greenhouse, sadly I was wrong. I paid $3200 for him back in January and I’am not sure what the used Koala Bear market is like in a good economy or the one we have now; so I’am open to offers. Please use some common sense before contacting me, don’t be an idiot, I’am not interested in trading my Koala Bear for your busted up 1980’s Camero, pictures of your naked wife, or an offer to paint my garage door.
*He is somewhat housebroken, uses a cat box most of the time.
*For the most part he is very quite; this also falls into the bad category which we will touch on in a moment.
*He eats spiders, (not kidding) we haven’t had a spider in our house since we got him.
*Hates watching Desperate Housewives, used to be my wifes favorite show until GumNut bit her for changing the channel from Jeopardy, to Desperate Housewives.
*Gets along well with one of my two dogs.
*Loves to go for car rides.
Now for the Bad:
*He eats a lot of eucalyptus, which is not as cheap as I expected.
*Apparently eucalyptus is like a drug for Koala Bears, when GumNut is coming down from his high he becomes very violent and aggressive.
*He raped and killed my wife’s cat “Miss. Kitty'” (Honestly, I wanted to put this in the good section because I’ve been trying to find a way to get that worthless cat out of our house for two years, thanks GumNut.)
*He does not like Asian’s, I have no idea where this Koala was raised but someone of Asian Decent must have really mistreated him.
*Loves Vin Diesel movies, not sure why, he just does.
*Has extremely sharp claws and teeth which he uses often.
*Loves shiny objects, steals and hides them frequently in my dog’s ass.
*He is quite, and as a result has snuck in on my wife and I during intimate moments. I mind him watching; maybe it won’t bother you as much.
* GumNut smells terrible and is not easy to wash. I had to hold a gas soaked rag over his mouth till he blacked out to get him in this tub for a bath.
*Once he is in the water he is fine, getting him into the water is a challenge, he will scratch you, he will bite you, and you will bleed.
And, finally, I’ll round out this post with a nice little gallery of horrors. Run your eyes over 30 bizarre family photos.
I’d write something all snappy and Liberal and shit like “good night and good luck,” but it’s 11:30 in the morning and I don’t care. Go Phillies. Billy Penn gave up the curse. It’s on, Denver. Bring it. I even bought a new hat.
Update: Tonight’s game just got pushed back.
“Game 3 of the Phillies-Rockies playoff on Saturday night has been postponed because of cold, snowy weather.
Major League Baseball rescheduled the game for Sunday night at 10:07 p.m. ET, and Game 4 was pushed back to Monday, at a time to be determined. Game 5, if necessary, will be played as scheduled on Tuesday in Philadelphia.”