My wife would welcome such a device.
Friday, August 22, 2008
According to a Yale University study cited by Salon.com and Crayola.
At first glance I saw baby powder and cigarette butts back to back and thought for a split second that they'd listed baby butts. "Yep," I thought to myself, "That's a recognizable scent all right."
Hard to believe B.O. didn't make the list. It's fairly recognizable, particularly on a crowded bus or in France. The smell of desperation is well-known to most adults, too.
2. Peanut butter
3. Vicks VapoRub
5. Wintergreen oil
6. Baby powder
7. Cigarette butts
9. Dry cat food
11. Ivory bar soap
12. Juicy Fruit gum
From Crayola.com. Click each pic for a much larger view.
Check this out to read more about former colors, how some names were chosen or changed, and much more. Fascinating. Except they don't say what the fuck a cerulean is.
Some of the colors were named by consumers. Maybe we should come up with some of our own. Like Disappointment Gray... Smegma Smudge... Horny Boss Green... Pink Sock... Honky Peach.
Audio recordings of famous people being little bitches. Most of these have been around for years, but if you haven't heard them yet, you're in for a treat. Click the pic to hear someone go off.
Rated R for hilariously foul language.
Jack Palance loves doing voiceover.
Casey Kasem has some issues with a special long-distance dedication to a dog named Snuggles.
William Shatner doesn't like taking direction. But we already knew this from his acting.
Britney Spears doesn't like her band or her concert audience, and says so -- over her mic, so they can hear it. Oopsy.
Cher shares some feelings with paparazzi - and who can blame her?
Crusty old forgotten singer Paul Anka has a wardobe suggestion for his band, and some valuable tips on flying, too!
A classic - Orson Welles peddling fish sticks and hamburgers. I played Lear, goddamn you!!