Wednesday, August 08, 2012

born to ride .... you straight to hell

I receive TV Guide in the mail. Like a paid subscription my husband's grandmother, who passed away FOUR YEARS AGO, paid for.

Here's my policy on all magazine subscriptions. If you really want to renew your subscription, you wait until you receive the notification that says THIS IS THE LAST MAGAZINE YOU WILL EVER RECEIVE FROM US UNLESS YOU GIVE US MORE MONEY. Otherwise, this is what happens. You end up with God knows how many years worth of subscriptions; in this case enough to literally carry you into the hereafter.

Anyway.

While I was flipping through TV Guide last night I happened upon this ad for a five-inch figurine of a biker baby who, even though he still shits his diaper, is a badass on a motorcycle.

So I immediately posted it to facebook, and my friends obliged with entertaining comments. For your viewing pleasure ...





In other news, I've obviously decided to start exploiting the cleverness of my facebook friends on my blog. Toodles!

10 comments:

  1. I can't stop laughing at the title.

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  2. I didn't comment on it, but that thing is super creepy.

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    1. It's grody. Reminds me of those fake babies people with weird baby compulsions carry around.

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  3. sometimes that "this is your last issue" is a lie. there is a code where you can see how long your subscription is till. if you look on the label where your name and address are...look above it, at the end, it should say something like FEB13 or whatever it is. its going to be on all correspondence from that mag, i always check that before i write another check!

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    1. omg you are so right! I checked and it says it expires in january. the things you learn ...!

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  4. I'm imagining your husband's grandmother being literally carried into the hereafter by her "TV Guide".

    I'm so sad someone made the "five inches" porn joke before I got to!

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    1. If you stacked all the magazines in her house on top of each other, she could have gotten to heaven just by sitting on top of the stack. So in theory, her TV guides COULD have carried her into the hereafter. Five inches ... the joke writes itself!

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  5. The scariest thing is people actually buy this stuff.

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    1. No joke. My husband's grandma also had a highly creepy doll collection. She was proof people buy this stuff.

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