Theres no story or observation behind this one but these are some laughs I have been collecting. Tell me what you think. Please feedback is welcome and appreciated.
Ok one observation, Kyle and I found this monkey tea pot on clearance, I wonder why. Also I think this cat is having a bad day.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Posted by slow loris at 5:40 PM
Recently I viewed a lovely film called Santa Claws, wherein a man dressed as Santa went around murdering porn stars with a garden claw. Here's the thing. I loved it. I love movies that are so cheap and unrealistic, it is almost as if the producers know my hearts desire.
The problem is that finding such films is almost near impossible these days, however back in the day they were everywhere. This is probably due to the fact that computer created graphics and special effects were not readily available as much, but what do I know? So I uncovered a few gems that I'd like to share with you.
Now if any of these is your favorite film... I apologize..................You are an idiot, and not in the savant way either.
Posted by slow loris at 5:24 PM
Friday, May 8, 2009
I want to address something today, that affects each one of us, on an almost daily basis.
Mustaches. They can project power, or something else, that I am having trouble quantifying. I don't know what to call it.
Example of a Power Mustache: State Troopers and Police, Civil War Generals
Example of (other?) Mustaches: all blond mustaches, thin, sparse mustaches
To further expound on this topic I have some photo-examples;
Power mustaches: 5-8
"Weak?" mustaches: 1-4
I personally believe that in order to successfully wear a "stache" you must choose a power "stache". All others are inferior and should be abolished. Frankly, I think they're gross.
Posted by slow loris at 11:59 AM
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I have the utmost respect for the aged. I dislike ageism, and when advertisers and the media portray the elderly as incompetent, demented, and feeble. I don't think it is funny to laugh at their struggles and the slow and sometimes painful walk to the grave.
However, why do they do stuff like this? They will get no special treatment from me, when they are asking for it. I never see an older person in the media, that I can say, "Oh, that could be my grandma", or "He is a strong and sharp individual". Its like, "Oh that robot is helping that old lady" or "Why are those old people giving me the finger?", "Why does that woman have to wear such a tight unitard whilst working out?" , " I hope their teeth don't come out from eating all that corn on the cob"
What do you think?? Am I nuts? (yes) Can you provide examples of strong, sharp elderly persons from the media??
Posted by slow loris at 11:26 PM
Everybody has seen this kid.....maybe you are this kid........ you know the one, the one who has the kool-aid ring around his mouth.
Maybe he has sticky hands, sweatpants with holes, maybe he wears ninja turtle velcro tennis shoes.
He's naughty, he is running around the grocery store. He's knocking shit down, and his fat mom is yelling at him. She doesn't want to put forth the effort to curb his behavior, but believes she escapes judgment, and maybe responsibility for his actions, "I told him not to stick his hand into the opening on the crane game." and so forth...
The point is, I know his name. More of these kids are named Cody, than any other name. I call them Codys.
Follow this link to a site where you can see the breakdown by state, where Cody is a popular name, and even how many Codys were named that year.
As you can see from the accompanying chart, the name Cody is most popular in the frontier states. I can see why, as it is quite a gem.
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I'm a school teacher and every Cody that I've had has been the "rough-and-tumble" sort.