Torch in DC

With all the hype about the Olympic Torch coming through the D.C. area, certain gory details about the Torch’s journey were omitted by the media (probably a conspiracy by those “black helicopter” guys). Accordingly, I thought you might like to see a minute-by-minute account of what REALLY happened as the … Continue reading

100 Ways to Confuse Your Roommate

Insist that you are a vegetarian and protest anytime your roommate eats meat. Then leave “Slim Jim” wrappers on the floor and lie on the bed holding your stomach everytime your roommate walks in. If he/she asks about the wrappers, say you know nothing about them. Get some hair. Disperse … Continue reading

Urban Legends

The Washington Post had a contest for it’s readers to come up with new Urban Legends (Typical current urban legends would be: There are many aligators living in the sewers of New York City as a result of tourists bringing back pets from Florida that later too large and are … Continue reading

absurd warning labels

The Washington Post: Sunday May 14, 1995, Final Edition Report from Week 110, in which we asked you to come up with absurd warning labels for common products. We loved one particular entry for its wonderful idiocy: On a cardboard windshield sun shade: “Warning: Do Not Drive With Sun Shield … Continue reading

fortune Cookies

The Washington Post Style Invitational challenge was to come up with a fortune cookie you’d like to see. 4th runner up: If Newt wrote this, it would be worth $ 4 Million. 3rd runner up: Help! I’m being held prisoner in a chinese fortune cookie factorie so I’m putting my … Continue reading