Thursday, January 31, 2008

Rerun Of The Day: Poorly Placed Ads


The ad reads, "Dad, what would happen to Mommy and me if you died." Yikes.

The ad on the bus reads, "If you don't have GIO Third Party Property Insurance, we suggest you don't hit this bus."

Photos from,, CNN, Yahoo, Fox News and other sources.

Classic TV Show Open of The Day

I don't remember watching this one. Looks like I missed out on something wonderful.

Really Bad Dating Profile Videos Of The Day

Yuks from LOTD reader Andrea and


Profile headline: “Hi, I’m a PC.”

Major mistakes: Mentioning how you are specifically looking for a girl with red hair because “I used to date a girl with red hair who is really special to me.” Also, having "perfectprofile" as your MySpace page kinda sets him up for failure.

Conclusion: No girl wants a guy who’s going to make them wear a mask of his ex-girlfriend’s face while they have sex, especially when you know it will end with a tearful orgasm and mumbled whispers of regret. And if she does she’s probably fat.


Profile headline: “If you’re looking to settle down into a relationship that moves way too fast and is intense and miserable from the get-go, I’m your girl.”

Major mistakes: She was actually doing pretty well, right between the part where she put on those sunglasses and the part where she revealed that she will eventually choose her husband based on his footwear and ring tone. But it’s probably good to discount three-quarters of the male population for wearing black shoes and not downloading hip-hop ring tones. That can’t possibly fail.

Conclusion: Chandelier is a stupid name.


Profile headline: “What rhymes with d-bag?”

Major mistakes: “Don’t rap your online dating profile” is one of those rules that’s just so obvious that no one thinks to reinforce it. It’s like “Don’t climb up on your boss’ desk and take a dump.” You just know it’s wrong, don’t you?

Conclusion: Many, many girls will go for this guy. And all of them will have herpes.

Looking For Mr. Greenbud: Pot Products Of The Day

The DEA made several major busts in 2007 of companies that were producing pot-laced food and drink products based on actual brands. Check out the names of the seized merchandise. Hilarious. From The Smoking Gun.


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