Is IT in You?
Ever taken a really good look at a Gatorade bottle? If you have, then perhaps you've noticed it bears a rather striking resemblence to a very thick pud. The Basketbawful blog examines this and how, once you realize it, it causes much of Gatorade's advertising to take on a rather softcore porn edge. It certainly gives new meaning to the ad slogan 'Gatorade: It's what's in you.'
Ooooh, lover! Text me! Text Me Hard!
Introducing The Toy. It's like a remote control pocket rocket. You simply insert the toy into the place that toys go. It will then use Bluetooth wireless to connect to your cell phone. Then the fun starts. Your lover sends you a specially-coded SMS text message. When you decide to read it, the Toy vibrates in response to the message's content. Isn't that sweet? The telephone company was always urging us to 'reach out and touch someone.' Now we can—deeply.
ice ice baby
click. Crash. Yes! click. Crash. Yes! click. CRASH! YEAAA! click. SMACK. Shit.
I don't know why I like this game so much. It's ridiculously simple and yet I found my self clicking away at it for a good chunk of the evening. The premise is simple. Your man charges towards the ice walls. If you click at the right time, he smashes through with his fist. If you don't he kisses them—hard.
brought to you by every letter but 'E'
Gadsby is a 50,000 word novel written back in 1939 that doesn't contain a single letter 'e.' Think about that for a bit folks. In English, the vowel 'e' is used 5 times more than any other letter. Hell, it's used three times in the author's name! I was going to be devilishly clever. I tried to write this segment of the column the same way. I got seven words in and realized that I wasn't clever enough to do it ( or at least waaaay too lazy to give it much of an effort ) . If that sort of cleverness floats your boat, pop over to the sight; the whole damn novel can be read online.