Friday, December 19, 2014

WTF Christmas Tree Ornaments Of The Day

Who comes up with this shit?

Army fetus

Lil' Wayne?

Balding Blackula

Sasquatch

Dead Santa

Farting butts

Eye booger?

Heartballs. "Turn on your heartballs/Let 'em shine wherever you go."

Deer got your cheer right here

Jesus stuck in the chimney

Merman/fireman, here to get Jesus out of the chimney.

Anatomically correct nudists who lift weights?

Poo

Santa's brain (complete with stem)

Here comes Santa Claus!

Whatever the fuck this is. Looks like a cross between Curly from
The Three Stooges and Mr. Roper from "Three's Company"

"I hope these are new socks!"

No.

Pooh in a bikini

?

Embryo wrapped in bacon

Zombie mistle-toe.

And one I want on my tree:

The Dude abides Christmas.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Celebs At My Holiday Party (Of The Day)

I've posted this guy's work before. He Photoshops celebrities into party pictures and does a damn good job of it, too. Here's the holiday version. Link from Mike Gentile.


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News: 'Vulgar' Undies Called Comfyballs Denied U.S. Trademark

They don't look that comfy to me.
'Vulgar' Undies Called Comfyballs Denied U.S. Trademark

WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UPI) -- The Norwegian manufacturers of Comfyballs underwear said the U.S. patent office told them the brand name is too "vulgar" to trademark.

Company founder Anders Selvig said officials filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office earlier this year with an aim toward bringing the products to the North American market, but the office's reply said the name was too "vulgar" to trademark.

"The mark does not create a double entendre or other idiomatic expression... When used in this way, the word 'balls' has an offensive meaning," the office said in its reply to Comfyballs.

The ruling came after lobbying against the brand by One Million Moms, a wing of the American Family Association aimed at fighting "indecency."

Ben & Jerry's Saturday Night Live-inspired ice cream flavor "Schweddy Balls" was similarly denied a trademark by the patent office after protests from the group.

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