Flotsam and jetsam.

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A little bit of this and that for your reading pleasure.

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I really don’t want crabs, but human sized rubber claws are mighty tempting.

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I have to admit I had no idea what the term whisker biscuit meant.

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Well, okay then….

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Underboob funk?

Please, if you can spread this ridiculous product all over your body? How about spreading those ‘ly’ adverbs through your ad copy as well.

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That’s pretty much my take on it. And while I still love Seuss and the crazy creatures of my childhood, if you do your research and check out some of his racist drawings? You wouldn’t want children exposed to them either. It’s not erasing history, it’s learning not to repeat it.

And if that’s too serious a note to end on, here’s one more chuckle.

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Ponder that image for the rest of the day.

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25 thoughts on “Flotsam and jetsam.”

  1. Crab claws? Well, when my relative finally push me into the geezers home, a pair would help keep the orderlies at a distance.
    Boob sweat … ok … I am going to let this one go by
    Wisker Biscuit? I thought the mode today was whiskerless
    Seuss? What I don’t want is someone else telling me what I can read and what I cant.
    The onesie? I can’t think of anything more humiliating than being in a car wreck and the paramedics having to cut the thing off before using the paddles on me.

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  2. Hrrmmm… I wonder how men feel about undoing, and redoing, the crotch snaps in the bathroom. Now I’m picturing the guy in the pics using a urinal. Great.

    I think the claws are from one of the many games co-creates by The Oatmeal. He’s also involved in Exploding Kittens, Throw Throw Burrito, and Bears vs Babies.

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  3. I admire your adventurous spirit. Daring even. However I would opt for skipping entirely these consumer opportunities. Yes even the mansy onesie. I would opt entirely to go directly to the drink to forget phase.

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  4. Thanks for that. Really thought provoking. Stimulated some interesting discussion at home. Interesting how a tuck in shirt like that is common for women but not men. We thought it infantised the man so does our clothing contribute to the infantilising of women?

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