|Sunday, December 12, 2004
11:08 PM | link
I think teacher put something funny in the cookies she gave us for snacktime today...
10:36 PM | link
We don't know much about art, but anything that's "garnished with flecks of meat" is good in our book.
10:27 PM | link
What the seller neglected to mention is the fat wad of cash and 12" zucchini he wore with the shirt.
10:23 PM | link
Could be cheaper than braces (and easier to install!)
10:22 PM | link
Need a present for the child who has everything?
10:16 PM | link
In case you don't want to wait around long enough to grow your own...
9:29 PM | link
Look, honey! Santa Claus brought you a kittycat, just like you asked for!
What's that? You say you asked for a cat mommy?
9:27 PM | link
"A great item for someone who has everything." Especially if they have a one-legged giraffe.
9:26 PM | link
Gives a whole new meaning to the term "blockhead".
9:25 PM | link
"Anything's possible, if you just believe." For instance, I truly believe that somebody is going to fork over a wad of cash to watch me shave my head.
9:13 PM | link
That's it, young man! You're getting a timeout - maybe a few hours inside "The Machine" will make you think twice about throwing another temper tantrum!
9:12 PM | link
Finally: clothing that detracts from the most hideous of facial deformities.
9:10 PM | link
Aww, and here we thought he was going to lop off his fingers and stick them in a box.
9:07 PM | link
See my other auctions for a slide rule that measures the quality of paté.
(thanks, Itchy Squirrel!)
8:48 PM | link
Kinda makes you wonder how he got married in the first place.
8:43 PM | link
Soon afterwards, Lizzie Borden's father stopped asking his daughter to go outside and chop firewood.
8:30 PM | link
When you care enough to send the very worst: If a sweet, sentimental card just won't do, why not send greetings from a washed-up comedienne or the crew of the Enterprise?
8:13 PM | link
For those who like their art gritty and industrial.