Thursday, April 9, 2009

Random Funny Stuff

I was reading my friend Brigham's blog, and found the most uh-mazing website!!

Here are some of my favorites!! (and just so you're not super confused, these are April Fools jokes, NOT REAL)

(I wish this was real! If you know anything about Star Wars, I hope you laugh as much as I did when I saw this one...)
In the sub-zero wasteland of the planet Hoth, only the strong survive... and of course those lucky Jedi protected by the thick skin of a Tauntaun. This high-quality sleeping bag looks just like a Tauntaun, complete with saddle, internal intestines and glowing lightsaber zipper pull.

(I don't even know what this MEANS and it's funny!)
What's a QR Code? It's a quick-scanning 2D barcode that's readable by many newer phones, and is hyuuuuge in Japan. We're guessing your friends and coworkers will think this is one of those stereograms from the 90s. We vote you let them stare at your shirt for at least five minutes, watching them back up, refocus their eyes, stringing them along by asking if they can see the seagulls above the sailboat before you tell them that it's really a QR Code.Note: The QR Code on the shirt in this image is *not* the QR Code on the free shirt. Cause that'd just be lame. What IS on the shirt? Just trust us. It probably says something like 'What the frak happened to Starbuck?'
(okay, I wikipedia'd... QR codes are huge in Japan! And "Starbuck" is probably a reference to a "Battlestar Galactica" character... I looked that one up too!)

(This is SO random...)
Let's face it: even if you take the time to learn about it, history repeats itself. Everything that's old becomes new, and the Pet Rock fad of the 70s is no exception. But we've added our own touch to the phenomenon: a USB cable. What does it do? Abso-frickin-lutely nothing. And therein lies the beauty, for this is, without a doubt, the greenest USB gadget ever created (it draws absolutely no electricity). And best of all, the USB Pet Rock is plug-and-play compatible with all past, present, and future operating systems.

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