Christmas Tree Menorah: 2012
Sometimes, a Christian man will fall in love with a Jewish woman and will have a child with a religiously confusing upbringing. There’s no better way to let the child be more confused about which holiday is celebrating what than the Christmas Tree Menorah.
There are no candles involved because trees burn, but the star’s a Star of David, at least.
1:31 pm • 2 December 2010
Fantasy Congress: 2011
Following an NFL and NBA lockout, C-SPAN will jump on the opportunity to capture the bored male audience with Fantasy Politics. Stats will include how much pork a politician is able to bring home, how much time is spent in a fillibuster, time working to time campaigning ratio, successful bills passed, and much more.
At the end of the political season, the winner is crowned Speaker of the House/President Pro Tempore/Vice President…titles are a little tricky.
2:29 pm • 18 November 2010 • 5 notes
When they say “All the good jobs are going overseas” they forgot about Mexico.
1:23 pm • 21 October 2010 • 1 note
Users can use sarcalics to finally be able to convey sarcasm on the internet to prevent either party looking like complete assholes. They’re like italics but leaning the other way.
The further they lean back, the more sarcastic the statement is.
11:56 am • 14 October 2010 • 31 notes
Election Day Four Square Tweets: 2010 & 2012
Expect to see “just ousted” as a trending topic on Twitter as people write “Bill White just ousted Rick Perry as Governor of Texas” or “Christine O’Donnell just ousted Chris Coons as US Senator of United States” as the polling numbers come in on Election Night.
1:02 pm • 7 October 2010 • 2 notes
The phrase “I liked the book based on the movie that was based on the book better than the movie”: 2011
And shortly thereafter, Oprah’s Book-Based-On-Movie-Based-On-Book Club.
1:12 pm • 30 September 2010 • 3 notes
Heterosexual Rainbows: 2011
Also known as the No Homo Rainbow
11:19 am • 22 September 2010 • 2 notes