Archive for February, 2010

“Do you want that for here or to go?”

Thursday, 4 February 2010

[Found here, crossposted here.]

More Breaking News: Ask AXE COP!

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Good God! The Nicolle Brothers have a goldmine with AXE COP, and Episode 6 is up. Ethan Nicolle reports that since 25 January they’ve been getting 30-45 THOUSAND hits a day, and now they’ve got a splinter thread called “Ask AXE COP.” [Don’t squint, click the image.]

Due to the massive volume of traffic, their site is being revamped to handle the load.

[Related post with links here.]

Babe Magnet Sharky

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Well lookee here. We haven’t posted a Babe Magnet in a while, but this excellent Sharkmobile hit the radar screen door with a resounding splat heard ’round the  cul-de-sac. That it’s bleached and beached and unblocked on redneck ramps makes this mako all the more dangerous.  Pure efficient genius. THIS is a mean machine.

Sharkmobile is a True Babe Magnet. There are only three things that could make it better:

1.  A synchronized hydraulic system to allow it to leap and thrash through the asphaltic concrete surf of the metropoli of Northern California;

2.  A bass-heavy sound system broadcasting The Obvious Theme Song;

3.  Leggy bimbos with silicone implants in short shorts, oozing around the awesome parts (of the vehicle).

The drawback is that the owner has a ponytail and is possibly nicknamed “Skye,”  but that only affects the babe magnetage factor by -1 in this case. The creator of this Flathead 6 Isurus Paucus has a coolaborator and a website here.

[Found here. The story behind Telstar Logistics is pretty cool, too.  Our Archive of Babe Magnets are here.]

World of Warcraft – Finnish Edition

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

We really don’t know what’s going on here, but something tells us that it has a Great Purpose.

[Found here.]

Ninja Cat Stealth Fail

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

YOU lucked out. YOU get to live.
It’s in the Code of Honor.

[Found here.]

Mr. T Shirts

Monday, 1 February 2010

[Found here.  It’d be a pity to miss our Mr. T Archives.  ]

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