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Who is Incapable of Understanding or Doing Anything About It.
" -- Unknown

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"Eck!" -- George the Cat

Friday, January 5, 2018

"Raw Water," Penis Whitening" or
"Sweet Asteroid of Death, Smite Away!"

People are paying $37 for a 2-1/2 gallon jug of "raw water." They can refill them for the bargain price of $15.

Meanwhile, in Thailand, both men and women are paying good money to whiten their junk.

My snark tank must be running low. The only comment that I can think if "Hungry Joe" Lewis really did say "there's a sucker born every minute", that he vastly overestimated the interval between births.


M. Bouffant said...

It's the population explosion. One every 10-15 secs. now.

And two words: Anal bleaching. Google if you want.

Comrade Misfit said...

No!! You didn't write that, I didn't read it!

B said...

The best part? It is just water.

Much like folks who won't drink city tap water, but buy bottled water that comes from a municipal tap. (few people red the source of their bottled water on the label)

I don't get the penis whitening?
Is a pale pecker supposed to do the job better or something?
Longer lasting with extra stiffness? More virile?
Do ladies like pale wieners better?
Enquiring minds and all that.

CenterPuke88 said...

Yo, B., it’s the 21st Century...why assume the penis whitening is just to appeal to ladies?

And if we’re running through stereotypes, maybe the whiter wiener is assumed to be sized better for the bleached bottom?

And 2018 is off and running...

"Zack" said...

... "glow in the dark" will be next ...

Deadstick said...


Comrade Misfit said...

B, if you're in a city like NYC, there's typically no damn good reason not to drink tap water. Other places, not so much.

But six bucks a gallon for refilling a jug is a bit over the top. They could buy a jug of water from Wal-mart and have enough left over for a box of 9mm.

B said...

Comrade: Pretty much anywhere, taste is the only reason to not drink tap water where it is supplied by a municipality or a private water company. Health wise, they all have to meet the same standards.

CP: Ew, but whatever floats your boat. I never thought of that. Didn't mean to exclude anyone.

CenterPuke88 said...

My boat would sink at that, but, as you said.

I just shake my head at the comments by some people in that article, and then start looking for a nice piece of land with a spring.

dinthebeast said...

I've had some creek water that was as good as any beverage I ever paid good money for, but this is not that.
And the warehouse I used to manage delivered to Rainbow Grocery. Mostly they bought bulk honey from a supplier only we distributed for. I hooked them up after we went out of business, as I liked the honey supplier.
But I have a hard time getting my head around the idea of paying someone $650 to shoot me in the dick with a laser. Maybe I'm getting old...

-Doug in Oakland

w3ski said...

"Living Water", huh? In Northern Ca. at the base of a Volcanic Mountain called Shasta, there is a city park, built where a spring comes out of the base of that 14,000 foot peak. That water is able to be bottled at the source as "pure". It's 'hurt you cold' but it really is sweet to the taste. Think about how long it must take for water to filter through that much mountain. This is not run off, it is a deep earth tube.
It isn't exactly "fresh" and yet it couldn't be more fresh.
And their water won't go past a "lunar cycle" without getting Green?
On the other hand a water filter picture works great at home.

dinthebeast said...

w3ski: In Trinity County, near Denny, there is a creek named Birdie M Creek, and it has that same chill to it from being fed by underground springs, and I could just stand there in it and scoop it up and drink it until I couldn't drink any more.

-Doug in Oakland