26 April 2008

Camera Day

How 'foxy' can you be in a Honda Civic? Ali thinks you can be, evident by the number of times she checked herself in her visor mirror. Who knew Honda Civics were the height of foxiness? I would wonder if it is only in the red Honda Civics in which you can be foxy or do the other colors work as well? Only Ali would know for sure.




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I like that my grocery places these cans at children's eye level.


"Mom, can we buy some Bawls?!"

I can hear the commercials now:

Try new Bawls! Tastes refreshing, gives you a boost of energy, and comes in a convenient four pack. You can always find our blue canned Bawls at most major retailers. So guys and gals, head out now to buy your favorite Bawls, and bounce with Bawls today!


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Speaking of Bawls, I am going on record to say these jacked trucks look ridiculous. Please bear in mind, I am sitting in my minivan and not a car. This vehicle is nearly the height of a semi.

What possesses a man to do this to his vehicle? Women do not drive these, let alone compensate in this way so it must be a dude. Maybe this is the fallout of drinking too much Bawls?



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Mr Coffee has been known to wear pink on occasion. Granted, that was back in the 1980s when it was entirely cool. He'd be dressed to the nines, and accentuated with a blazer and pegged, stone-washed jeans.

Both of my boys shrieked at the mere suggestion of my purchasing one of these shirts, and immediately pointed at the other for my benefit.

"Buy it for HIM!"

"NO, HIM!"

We left empty handed except for the photographic evidence. If ever there was an argument that today's clothing designers are determined to make our young boys gay, this below would be convincing enough evidence for me.



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23 comments:

Jo Beaufoix said...

I want some bawls.

Anonymous said...

Beef,

There are a lot of young hot chicks that drive Civics but they are not named Ali.

Men who drive those big trucks are pussies with 2 inch penises. Redneck white trash that's all it is.

There is nothing wrong with a boy wearing pink but the shirt you have posted is for a girl. The puppies are boobies for trashy girls.

The move toward faggotry and lesbianism is really just because most black men are in jail.

Have a great weekend.

... Paige said...

No blue Bawls for us.
Poor Ali, foxy is when I have my top off as I fly north on I-45 on a fine Friday afternoon in my Z3 Roadster.
Everyone knows bigger is better for the gas companies.
As for the shirt, I agree with the slogan they carry because those puppies are sick.

holly said...

i really really can't stop picturing the creative session that person had as they were making the t-shirt. that person thought long and hard, and this was the best outcome of that session.

now *that's* sick.

Doozie said...

I'm confused about the Tshirt.

My butt itches real bad

That Janie Girl said...

Weird t-shirt.

Gen said...

Nothing like slurping blue Bawls to get ya going in the morning.

Jamie Dawn said...

LOVE the pink shirt. You should have bought it for him.

Any woman who puts FOXY on her license plate is in dire need of attention. Does she have to TELL us she's foxy?? If so, maybe she's not so foxy after all.

:-)

Bawling for Bawls.
Pleeeeeze!! I want some bawls!!!

Anonymous said...

i have yet to see a good can of bawls on our super market shelves. Darn the fun we are missing out on!

Whistle Britches said...

NASA NASA NASA NASA

Oprah Oprah Oprah Oprah



Help I've swallowed Larry King and I can't get up!

The Lazy Iguana said...

Trucks raised like that are probably not street legal.

But the police do not seem to care. They are too busy stuffing donuts into their faces to actually do anything useful.

Kimberly Vanderhorst said...

Bwahahahah!

You deserve front page billing on any and all humour sites. Oh yeah, baby.

Jaina said...

Haha, great pictures. As far as the truck goes...my bf has a truck kinda like that, not quite so lifted though. And yes it's a beast, but he goes on a lot of desert trips and needs it to haul his trailer and all of his toys (quads and bikes and stuff) And yes, it's horrifically expensive at the gas station. And yes in general I'm against such huge tanks, but really? It's SO much fun, I love riding in his truck. I even drove it once...it was slightly scary because it's a monster, but it was fun. :)

R said...

I'm old. I don't get it. Must be the menopause.

loveyh said...

Dying. from. Blue. Bawls. Can't. Breathe. For. Laughing.

Come get your reward on my blog, you winner you. :)

Gwynne said...

I do not understand the t-shirt. At all. Or the blue bawls. Or the monster truck. Or putting Foxy on anything...car or t-shirt. What is wrong with people? What is wrong with me?!?! Sheesh!

Millie said...

Is the phrase "these puppies are sick" supposed to be positive? All I can picture is dog puke on the carpet.

Why didn't they just spell it "Balls?" Did they think we weren't going to catch on to their clever turn of phrase?

(Sorry I used the word "phrase" twice in my comment)

(oops, that's three)

Whistle Britches said...

Being foxy is felt on the inside, not the outside.

Jeff and Charli Lee said...

I coulda sworn I commented on this the other day. Hmmm, must have eaten my comment.

Anyway... did that truck have any of those stupid hanging blue balls from his trailer hitch? Those things are an embarrassment to the male gender.

Rebecca Blevins said...

I found you through Kimberly, and this post is hilarious. LOVE that shirt! Of course, I'd be wondering if either of my boys wanted it.

david mcmahon said...

Great post all round. I like your irreverent sense of humour - we might have that in common!

Here in Oz we can only have six symbols on a licence plate .... so what would FOXY ALI do then?

Dapoppins said...

you said balls....!

Unknown said...

I bought that shirt for my son...I loved it. My husband and son are manly men, and this is the only pink shirt acceptable in our house!

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