Archive for the ‘Grown Up’ Category
LINK: via Reddit. Thanks to Craig Z for sending my way.
If you’ve been paying attention at the back, you’ll know I’ve launched my first product with the aim of making cash for a sexual health charity. Â I’m taking subject lines form those adult email spams and putting them on funky lil’ badges/button. It’s time to notch-up the fun though by turning a good idea into a lightning fun contest.
Here’s the deal: Â You can win one of these fabulous packets of 5 Seksi Spam Buttons. Â All you have to do is post the worst/best/awfullest adult spam subject line you’ve received this weekÂ in the comments section. Best one (or ones) wins. How fun is that? Maybe yours will even end up on a button of its own. Bet you never thought someone would ask for spam did you!?
Ever ponder the science, dynamics, and distance of boob-jiggle? Me too. At last, all of the answers can be found in one simple Flash app. Plug in the cup size, and amount of activity, and New Zealand’s Shock Absorber Sports will show you the difference going at it naked, in a regular bra, and in one of their sports bras.
Write anything you want. Stencil any place you please. Let your needles run wild. Sure, it’s just another ‘add graphics to picture’ flash widget in honor of a new video game, but if you can find a funner canvas to play with this morning, I’d like to see it.
There’s something fun about this commercial. See if you can spot it.
LINK: via Illegaladvertising.
Puss in jeans equals, well, just plan puss I guess. Makes sense to me. How fun is that?
WHEN: August 11th – 30th
WHERE: New York City’s Bleecker St Theater, 45 Bleecker Street
WHAT: Two Australian guys who like playing with their penises – bending, folding, and twisting – to much fanfare and delight. You’ve heard of these guys. This show was big time, like Newsweek coverage big time, a few years back. They’re bringing it back stateside. A word of warning: It’s all fun and games, but “the wristwatch” (in which a dong gets bent around the wrist like a fancy flesh-colored timepiece) ends with a joke about sun dials that might not be for everyone.
Check out this amazing homage to Make The Girl Dance… with a twist. Which one of these things is not like the others. See if you can spot it before the big reveal.
Here’s how it works: Simply text someone the following… “Can I Tap That?”
See where it leads. It’s almost always some place good.
If they send back something mega-awesome, post it to the official Can I Tap That site. Fun, right?
BONUS: Bored? They’ve got over 150 taps on file already. Have a look. How fun is that?