I’m not really sure what Pringles is shooting for here, but I’m certain they missed the mark. Unless, they were going for “things that make you vomit instantly.” Because if that’s the case — nailed it.
As a fledgeling Arch Villain here at Nemesis University, goal numero uno is to seize the moon and somehow befoul it to the detriment of humanity. Why? If you have time to question me, you have time to give me 50 evil cat-sidekick curls. Now! Of course, if you’re a lazy sack of crap who’ll never amount to more than a third-rate Dr. Evil, you may as well go with the Cliff’s Notes version – the Illuminated Remote Control Moon. Bend it to your every evil whim. Bwa ha ha ha ha. So long as said evil whim is just to remote control a fake moon.
“This dynamically designed ball is used in the mysterious art of contact juggling. By exploiting the sphere’s reflective properties you can create the illusion that its defying gravity or even moving on its own…” Or you can just sell your soul to the devil for actual mystical powers. Sheesh. Everyone’s looking for a shortcut these days…
[Badder Homes and Gardens] had me laughing uproariously, and totally wishing I could say half of what they say. Be forewarned that if you are offended by cursing... then take my advice and forget I even mentioned it. But if you like your snark pretty offensive with a little dash of design, read it and weep.
Badder Homes and Gardens is maintained by three whip-smart Texas gals [who have] a great collective eye for clever art and design, and a knack for describing beauty with bathroom humor, which is no easy feat.
The stereotype of the good housewife is old. Enter Badder Homes and Gardens. Their tips are more likely to make life hilarious than to get you a parent of the year award. If you’ve ever gotten nauseous watching Martha Stewart, then this delightfully sarcastic—yet still useful—site is for you.