I’m taken aback that they consider 15% a blowout of any kind. We need to get some economists to set them straight.
It’s 3:50 am, and I’m looking at 50’s thanksgiving ads. When I could be curled up asleep next to my beautiful doggie.
I have issues… And jello molds!
Speaking of jello molds, noone is ever very excited about my lobster jello.
It’s just jello, shaped like a lobster. Well, it is supposed to be shaped like a lobster, but it always turns out looking like a gentleman’s… Business.
Yaaaayyy! On BoingBoing, everything you loved is actually awful.
Thanks, Cory, for living up to expectations!
Ask your Mom how to make it come out just like the picture.
I did, but she just gave me a smile and a wink.
I like the slide show that tells me I should make a moral choice on whether to own a Kenmore appliance based on an advertisement run 50 years ago.
“Meanwhile, Thanksgiving advertising through the ages has been a predictably contemptible shitshow of sexist garbage, genocide humor, and awful foodstuffs.”
This statement prompts one to click on a link that leads you to one of those ad-encrusted slideshow sites. Classy.
I’ve seen black Friday sales advertised where I live - in New Zealand! There are also more kids every year doing Halloween here. I’ve even heard of people here celebrating Thanksgiving. To that I say WTF?!
That is kinda weird… (Hides my Robbie Burns paraphernalia from view)
Unless it’s from Disney.
If we’re talking about the 50’s and 60’s ideals, we’re not necessarily talking about long-dead people, we’re talking about the people that make our younger generations drink during the holidays.
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