Thursday, September 30, 2004

We still got love for the street, Torn Slatterns and Nugget Ranchers

Who said what to who now?
*Did you know that the automaker Hummer has an aftershave for men? It’s a great gift idea for those women who just couldn’t give their man a real Hummer before.

Thorny Rosey
*Krispy Kreme is now selling wedding cakes made out of donuts. Krispy Kreme donut wedding cakes? You thought Rosie O’Donnell was pissed she couldn’t marry her life-partner before . . .

Say it ain’t so
*A new study has found that half of all the Viagra sold on the Internet is fake. I can’t believe that. Next thing they’ll try to tell us is those penis enlargement pills don’t work.

*Martha Stewart has been assigned to a prison in West Virginia. That’s almost cruel. In West Virginia they not only don’t know that petit fores are cookies, they think petit fores is how you romance a sheep.

Martha Stewart in West Virginia? And you thought Martha hated being in a Wal Mart?

Good move
*The first presidential debates are tomorrow and USA Today reports that in past debates, being likable is more important than being smart. Upon reading this, John Kerry quit.

The debates come with a 32-page document of ground rules. It’s a little too much. Like, for example, President Bush demands that all the Dinos be removed from his Flintstone vitamins.

Too close
The Montreal Expos are moving to Washington D.C. but it is undecided what the team’s name will be. That’s because the obvious choice sounds too close to the Yankees. The Washington D.C. Yankers.

Show them my motto
*Christine Aguilera is in a campaign to encourage young people to vote. Their motto is; “Take it from the Skank, go in that booth and pull that crank.”