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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by McPaul, Mar 21, 2005.
this is HORRIBLE!!
I can't believe anyone would ever do something like this...
Could this actually be Oral Roberts trying another blackmail attempt on folks?
Don't worry, it's fake.
"C'mon everyone...test drive for Toby...."
A joke huh. Well, General Woundwort and I don't think it's very funny. Those guys don't want to piss off the General.
You'll be happy to know that clicking the "Donate" button brings you to Pay Pals site with the message:
This recipient is currently unable to receive money.
So this asshole is no longer able to get scam $$.
So how much less $$$ do you figure this guy would collect if Toby was human?
I think that's actually really funny. A lot like the bonsai kitten thing.
You know, I checked and "Gullible" is not in the dictionary.
Please, please, please say that no HTF members actually believed this. We're a better lot that that...........(hopefully)
[just a joke]
Perhaps Congress will pass emergency legislation to save poor Toby's life.
[/just a joke]
I thought this site was brilliant, and I didn't for one second take it seriously. The images are great, and the recipes that include Toby as an ingredient are hysterical.
The site has an online store (i.e. Cafepress.com store)...Even as a joke, I still don't think this person deserves peoples $$.
Site seems to have worked. It's got a bunch of Home Theater enthusiasts talking about it. More power to him!!
I wonder if he's actually selling any T-shirts and wall clocks.
I might have to start a website like this for the damn Possum who's moved into my garage!
I hate to break it to you, Paul, but people eat cute little bunny rabbits every day:
Also, an empty threat to kill an animal has a precedent in humor:
The dog must have died of natural causes, because this issue of the magazine was a best-seller.
But that doesn't mean we have to agree on the humor. I'd never buy that edition of that magazine. I know that's my opinion, but that's my opinion
Back in 98 when i went to visit my sister in Biloxi, MS, there was an ad campaign for a local radio station which had 2 different billboards. One was of a puppy with a gun to its head and another with a kitten. The slogan was pretty much the same as the Nat'l Lampoons cover "Listen to our station or the kitten/puppy gets it"
Call me demented, but i thought it was pretty damn funny. I took a picture of the kitten one.