>What the Hell?

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>The other day I went into the ladies room and noticed I wasn’t alone.  I didn’t hear anything strange coming from the only other occupied stall, just the noises one would expect, so I just went about my business. 

Suddenly, I heard a female voice.  I thought the chick was talking to me.  Turns out, she was on the phone.  Of course, I flushed and I could tell from the tone in her voice that she was annoyed by the sound.

Hello?  You are in THE RESTROOM.  Maybe you should wait until you leave to make a call if you don’t want the sound of a toilet interrupting your conversation.  Besides, GROSS.

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>If anyone had come to my door about 15 minutes ago, they would have probably started laughing. There I was sitting on my couch with a bottle of Windex clasped between my hands staring at the TV.

The Windex wasn’t out from it’s cupboard because I needed to clean some glass surfaces without streaking. I use it as bug spray. That’s right, bug spray. I had been sitting on the couch when a very strong buzzing grew in my ear. After 10 minutes of searching the air for a minute flying object, I glanced at the windowsill next to the couch and saw what might have been the offending insect. Needless to say, I drowned it in ammonia based cleaner.

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>This afternoon I was listening to KWOD 106.5 and I heard this really strange commercial. Now, I only heard a part of it, but it was something about getting tattoos for your unborn children like in utero. They said something about a tramp stamp sticking out of the back of the kid’s diapers. There was something about the unmarked white van bringing the tattooing to your house or trailer.

All I could think of was that it had to be a joke or something from the Onion, but there was nothing to indicate that it wasn’t serious. Maybe some kind of disclaimer came on before the commercial started and I missed it.

Anything is possible, but I really hope that commercial was a joke.

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  1. Odiwan

    >there is a country station here in memphis that ran a fake tattoo commercial for kids. “And remember kids, we don’t require a permission slip to get the tattoo of your dreams”…

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  2. bananas

    >The baby commercial that you heard was Andy Sims ripping off a commercial for a tattoo add on the station for SIDEWAYS TATTOO in Sacramento. The original commercial is great.

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