January 22, 2010
Skid Mark Brief Safe — Episode 2: HUGE price break
It was three years ago that my disgusting Episode 1 introduction of this singular product caused a wholesale reshuffling of my audience.
Many long-time readers were appalled that I would stoop this low; others applauded, and many people previously unknown to me became regular readers.
Anyhoo, there was so much Sturm und Drang associated with that post — especially after Boing Boing's Mark Frauenfelder picked it up (I hope by the waistband) and broadcasted it virally to every nook and cranny of the wired world — I thought I'd learned a lesson, to wit: don't pander.
I guess I'm dumber than I thought 'cause here I am again with that same grossout item.
But wait — there's more.
I mean less — much less of your hard-earned money required to purchase a pair for a loved one for the upcoming St. Valentine's Day.
Yo, joe — this isn't what most people would call "romantic."
Anyway, originally $39.95, these nifty briefs are now knocked down to $7.95 — cheap at twice the price.
Sure, you could make you own — but why would you?
And that's not all: They come with the bookofjoe Lifetime Guarantee™ — "If your stuff is taken from these briefs, I will cheerfully refund every penny you paid for them."
No — I won't reimburse you for what was stolen.
I mean, come on, enough already.
January 22, 2010 at 01:01 PM | Permalink
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What the hell?! You'da thunk I would've learned to not do that by now. I guess I should go leave a comment about the poopy undies on the film title post: They're so affordable now, and actually wearable, too, I guess, so actual skidmarks would be undetectable!
Posted by: Flautist | Jan 22, 2010 2:00:00 PM
I've only made it up through 1969, and almost all of my favorites have been foreign film titles. That shocks me, for some reason. (But I do LOVE the title for Kubrick's "Lolita" - oooooooh.) Hitchcock's "The Lodger" and Lang's "Metropolis" (both 1927) probably first and second so far. Can't wait to finish. Whee!
Posted by: Flautist | Jan 22, 2010 1:21:07 PM
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