17 August, 2015
17 August, 2015
16 August, 2015
I don’t have anything against George Takei. I’m just suspicious of any product where the makers clearly thought of the name before designing the product itself.
Besides, I’m not sure that running a clickbait Facebook page qualifies you to make cologne.
15 August, 2015
Remembering something isn’t the same as liking it. But, I guess if you actually liked the “Jazz” pattern which was on half the paper cups you used in the 90s, you can buy this mug, and continue to drink out of its teal-and-purple glory. You could also buy the definitely-unlicensed, doesn’t-even-wrap-around t-shirt of the design.
14 August, 2015
This is only funny if it only takes the baby a week to become accredited as a vascular surgeon, and she’s still a baby, so she has to crawl to the operating room.
13 August, 2015
The best way to make any thing in life less fun is to add a QR code to it. And the best way to ensure that it’s not fun at all is to require you to scan a QR code in order to use it. The “Truth Or Dare QR Cups” manage to do both of these things on their way to selling twelve cents’ worth of plastic cups for the price of a board game.
12 August, 2015
In the modern world of 3D printing and offshore slave-labor, why settle for a rhinoceros statue that’s only about 1/4 the size of a real one? Get the life-size stegosaurus statue. Sure, it’s over five grand including shipping, but according to the manufacturer’s picture, you can ride the motherfucker.
11 August, 2015
It’s always seemed strange to me that the people who are most obsessed with American patriotism, and the American flag, purchase products like this spittoon. But, hey… If you want to spit directly onto the American flag, you can do that. You want to wipe your feet on the American flag as a doormat? Be my guest. Put an American flag vibrator on your hotdog, or your hotdog bun, or your b-hole? Go for it. This is your country too, even if you disrespect the flag.