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chained_bear commented on the word bacon strips bandages
Pro! You found it! *adds to newly created Archie McPhee list*
Thank you so much. It was bugging me!
August 28, 2008
Prolagus commented on the word bacon strips bandages
Maybe this page, chained_bear? (See narwhal.)
reesetee commented on the word bacon strips bandages
I've been saving up for the Shakespearean Insult Gum for quite a while. :-)
July 10, 2008
Thank god someone finally posted a link to McPhee.com. BACONNNNN!! and unicorns. and killer narwhals. and martian popping things...
July 9, 2008
frogapplause commented on the word bacon strips bandages
Fast Food Ads vs Reality:
I'm sure those bacon strip bandages look more attractive in their ad too. My festering weenus wounds feel so unworthy.
bilby commented on the word bacon strips bandages
It's an enticing catalog when you have Jesus sandwiched between Unicorns & Ninjas and Poker. Where do I start?!
jennarenn commented on the word bacon strips bandages
Oh, a friend actually gave me those bandages for Christmas! They come with a tiny plastic pig. See my comments on bacon and fried goodness for further illumination.
sionnach commented on the word bacon strips bandages
two things strike me about the catalog.
1. The zombie line does not include a philosophical zombie, which seems like a serious omission.
2. it is kind of touching that they have a self-identified 'stupid product' section. As opposed to what? All the other brainiac sections of the catalog?
Real men use real bacon!
I can't decide. Maybe I'll just go with these meaty first aid treats instead.
Ummm, I'm lost for words about these. Are they a better buy than the electronic yodelling pickle?
I think I'll have to defer to the expertise of someone like skipvia.
July 6, 2008
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