Politically Incorrect Offensive Crayons Have Off-Color Names

Not for the meek or easily insulted, the politically incorrect Offensive Crayons have off-color names. A box of 24 real crayons you can buy with hilariously inventive blunt, direct and shudder-inducing colors. Read more

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A Visit To The Museum of Failure in Los Angeles

The Museum of Failure is the brainchild of Swedish clinical psychologist and self-described “innovation researcher” Dr. Samuel West. Brought to Los Angeles last December for an initial two-month run, the temporary museum exhibition consists of a 100+ marketing failures from some of the world’s best known brands and companies such as Mattel, Apple and Nabisco. Read more

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A Merryjuana Christmas.

Three years ago, I came across these little “marijuana drawings” on imgur by Pantry Pervert and saved them to a folder deep in the bowels of my laptop. While doing a recent “Christmas” search, they popped up and thought they might make for an amusing holiday post. Enjoy! Read more

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TAXI!!! The Hot Hunks In This Year’s NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar.

I just love the good-natured attitude of these New York City cab drivers poking a little fun at themselves for a good cause. And no one does this better than Brooklyn-based husband and wife team Philip and Shannon Kirkman with their annual New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar. Read more

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Stove Top’s Expanding Thanksgiving Pants Are Hilarious.

As you may have noticed, the food industry has been getting into lifestyle and apparel more and more lately. Now, in a fun marketing move for the Thanksgiving Season, Kraft’s Stove Top Stuffing is the latest to join the craze with their expanding “Thanksgiving Pants”. Read more

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Ryan Gosling Still Has Nightmares About Avatar’s Title Font In Funniest SNL Skit

In what has got to be one of SNL’s funniest skits during a banner year for the television show, Ryan Gosling continues to have nightmares over the now decade-old movie’s title typeface, Papyrus. Read more

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Dadbag Fanny Pack Let’s You Strap On A Beer Belly

Albert Pukies, who works at London-based news and media company Joint, has created the Dadbag fanny pack (or bum bag) to give him the appearance of a middle-aged paunch. Why? The trim Londoner wanted a “Dad Bod” without the health risks. Read more

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Freelance Achievement Stickers Are Badges Of Honor For Those Who Work From Home

Brooklyn resident Jeremy Nguyen clearly knows what it’s like to be a freelancer. His satirical Freelance Achievement Stickers created for The New Yorker ring true for most of us who are self-employed and work from home. Read more

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The Joy of Paintings’ Bob Ross Reaches Legendary Status.

Bob Ross, the afro-donning, soft-spoken, nature-loving PBS painter of Little Clouds and Happy Trees has moved beyond a cultural icon to a world-wide phenomena. Equally mocked and revered, he was the 25-year long host of The Joy of Painting, TV’s most popular, most watched instructional art show. And now, as if reaching the Tipping Point, a bunch of brands are offering products and apparel inspired by him. Read more

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