Who would win? Jokey Smurf, Smurfette in a car, or Smurf with spear? I say Jokey Smurf wins. Nothing stops his secret package of desctruction.
Month: September 2007
One of the comments from yesterday’s “Helvetica coffee mug” post stated, “More bandit seagull, less Helvetica” which was a reference to Tuesday’s “bandit seagull” post. I am honoring that request with today’s blog post.
Helvetica coffee mug available for purchase at veer.com. It’s eighteen bucks. I don’t like coffee and I don’t like paying eighteen dollars for a coffee mug, but I do like the play on words on this mug.
Beware Scottish seagulls. A seagull in Scotland has developed the habit of stealing chips from a neighborhood shop. The seagull waits until the shopkeeper isn’t looking, and then walks into the store and grabs a snack-size bag of cheese Doritos. Once outside, the bag gets ripped open and shared by other birds. The seagull’s shoplifting …
Who will win? football or baseball? This is a rather timely installation of Faceoff Friday seeing as baseball is hitting the final week of the wild card/division races and football is just starting to hit its stride in week 3 of the season. However, this is not a debate over which is sport is better. …
It’s commonplace to see mannequins in retail stores displaying the clothing for sale. Why don’t restaurants have a mannequin couple sitting at a table “eating” the food for sale?
“Honey, honey, don’t do it!” “I’m just drying my hair you moron!” The “Western Dryer“another reason why to love the Japanese.
Paper animals made for The New York Times – Week in Review, by Carlo Giovani.
The images from Friday’s post came from a webpage explaining “The Monopoly Game Piece theory“. It’s a funny analysis of all ten Monopoly game pieces. I like the theory behind the wheelbarrow: Your individuality is important to you–that’s why you pick a piece that nobody else would even consider using on account of how stupid …