What is it with all those huge goddamn television sets?
I just came in from walking the dog, and in my neighborhood not only did I see numerous large screens glowing in the lit living rooms but two of them almost obscured the picture windows they sat against. I tried to take a picture but wasn’t successful. But anyway imagine a rough six foot window with about a four and one half foot wide television back squarely in the centre of it. So the tv now is the picture window. Is the next step, lose the windows? It seems another means of blocking out the real world. TV in the window, ipods and cell phones in the ears, but the size. My god, the size of these mutants!
I have a theory. Big screen, little dick. I’ve always felt there is an inverse relationship between the size of a guys vehicle and the weight of his package. Or maybe its more like the relationship between the size on one and his proficiency in using the other. And cars are definitely boyporn just like televisions. I am assuming its a male purchase; I have on more than one occasion seen those of my gender seem to melt in the presence of these things, as if sinking into a warm bath.
Purchasing one of these suckers is certainly more reliable than trying penis enlargement though I am suspecting the same market demographics. One of the most amusing and creative spams along those lines I’ve gotten was “you’ve now got your king size bed, now get your king size cock”, just substitute in king size tv there.
And while we’re on the topic, is it just a coincidence that a Hummer is called a hummer? Wishful thinking?
Remember the Australian speeding versus endowment ad campaign?
Speeders are poorly endowed, says new ad
Here’s the anti-speeding commercial that has Australia snickering this week. It’s from the New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority, and it suggests that guys who speed on the roads may be lacking in other areas. As a guy peels out and screeches down the street, women on the side of the road and a guy in the backseat wag their pinky fingers in derision. “Speeding. No one thinks big of you,” is the tagline. A rep from the traffic authority believes the commercial “will cause people who are speeding to think twice about the image they are creating. They might want to think about subbing in a Hummer and running the same spot here in the U.S.
Courtesy of Adfreak
Whatever. These televisions are gross.