I laughed. But then, I've had about 3 Red Bulls and several handfuls of peanut butter M&Ms.
Monday, April 27, 2009
Not the funniest thing you'll ever see but it has its moments, especially the ending.
Hair so bad, it's criminal.
Combover? No way. I was totally fooled.
Uncle Cal sporting the 1930s flapper 'do
All her plans just blew up in her face
Hair is the least of this thing's problems
He reminds me of the bunny with a pancake on its head
Ronald McDonald's evil twin, Donald
Wait! Wait! Can I get a comb?
Take your passion and make it happen, Flashdance
Son, you got a panty on your head
I've heard of a weave but never a basket weave
This one is more like a bad head day
Blondes have more fun. In jail.
Not where the landing strip usually goes, but ok
If you put him in a bathtub, all the water would jump out
Those curlers will make all the difference
They're always after me Lucky Charms!
Jesus, who the fuck cut your hair, Jesus?
If I were this guy I'd call GoldenPalace.com. I bet he could fit two of their logos on his forehead.
I can't grow hair up there, so I'll grow a shitload down here
Shhh! You'll wake the wolverine sleeping on my head.
From The Borowitz Report.
Talented Ugly Person Baffles World
The success of singer Susan Boyle on the reality show "Britain's Got Talent" has caused both television networks and their viewers to reconsider the intrinsic value of ugly people, media experts say.
In living rooms around the world as well as in the executive suites of media giants, those exposed to the Susan Boyle phenomenon are grappling with the paradox - thought impossible up until now - that an ugly person could be talented.
In New York, NBC chief Jeff Zucker confirmed that his network was "seriously considering" lifting its official ban against featuring unattractive people on the air.
"For years, the letters NBC have stood for ‘No Butt-ugly Characters,'" Mr. Zucker said. "We're beginning to re-think that."
Jenifer Genterson, a news anchor from Abilene, Texas, is just one of a chorus of beautiful TV talking heads who have been startled and inspired by the surprising presence of talent in an ugly person.
"In the TV business, we're told that beauty is everything," Ms. Genterson said. "But Susan Boyle has shown us that ugly people have the right to live, too."
But Professor Davis Logsdon, who studies the rare occurrences of ugly people in the media at the University of Minnesota's School of Communications, warns that the isolated example of Ms. Boyle may give ugly people around the world too much hope.
"The fact is, only one in a million ugly people will ever get on TV," said Professor Logsdon. "Most of them will wind up in academia."
Selections from Asylum.com and De-Noted, a website that collects paper money with interesting graffiti or thought-provoking questions. Me, I'm not that picky about my paper money -- graffiti, no graffiti, I could give a crap, as long as the strippers take it.
Is that a trick question?
It's a man, baby!
Nah. If it were a $100, maybe.
... of Orient are, trying to smoke a rubber cigar ...
... by giving them a tenner.
Is that a trick question?