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07 August 2009 @ 12:32 pm

SomeBunny loves you, some bunny loves you so much that they didn't just send you their heart but the rest of  their internal organs as well.


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11 November 2008 @ 10:02 pm
I was poking through the Vermont Country Store, a place to get all sorts of interesting stuff from years gone by, and came across this. (Many apologies, it wouldn't let me just get the image address.


If you know friends in a three-way relationship, you know what you have to get them this holiday season.
19 August 2008 @ 12:40 pm
Many apologies to pandorasblog for not getting around to posting here until now.  I'm odd like that.  But!  What I have to present to you all should be well worth the delay.

Cut for eyes and minds, and maybe NSWF.

Have you ever wished to become a cat proctologist, but simply can't be arsed to get the necessary degrees?  Simply purchase these little gems, ringing in at only 19.95.  The link comes from a place called "Perpetual Kid:  Entertain your Inner Child."  My inner child flees from a world where half a cat can be sold for the purpose of stuffing things up its behind.

Obligatory link:http://www.perpetualkid.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=2245

I've been meaning to post this for awhile.  The ad shows up nearly every time that I look at www.icanhascheezburger.com.  Personally, when I go to that site, I want to see dorkish things with captions, not....this.
21 November 2006 @ 04:00 pm
We've all read stories where someone's imagination brings grisly horrors That Should Not Be to life. Well, I live in one of those stories. That's the only explanation. My boyfriend was joking the other day about musical horrors, and how the worst thing ever would be a steel drum version of Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor. I groaned and told him nobody would do that. I still can't believe that anyone would wilfully record such a nightmare. So how else to explain this other than as an example of something having been wished into existence?

Also... how do we get it to go back to whatever depths of hell it sprang from, along with all those CD anthologies of Beatles songs covered on pan-pipes?
Current Music: guess.
27 September 2006 @ 01:09 pm
...despite his fascination with sentient machines cleverly disguised as other things. All credit for this goes to its discoverer at ReasonablyClever.com  - take a look at the bizarre Titanic Transformers knock-off he found and photographed... also, look at the URL itself. It's hard not to love the page name.

Also, sorries for the recent neglect of l_j_wrongness. We've been very busy this summer with family visits and the like, but rest assured that both our houses contain a disturbing number of Wrong Things as of yet unshared. Actually... I believe there's something on this very hard-drive. Perchance it will make an appearance tomorrow...
08 July 2006 @ 11:03 am
Yesterday, when looking for a certain piece of kitchen equipment, I found a butterknife I didn't even know I had.

A knife sticking out of a cow's behind... I think it's hard to get any wronger than that :-D

The term 'butt ugly' was invented for stuff like this...
09 May 2006 @ 09:07 pm
Wrongness reached its apotheosis tonight with the discovery of David Hasselhof's 'Hooked On A Feeling' promo video. The depth of my gratitude to the mysterious 'M' for providing the link is equalled only by the depth of tackiness which some celebrities are prepared to plumb in pursuit of a novelty hit single.

I present to you... Mr. Hasselhof. And his iceberg. And his amazing powers of flight. And so forth.
30 April 2006 @ 03:36 pm
"Consider this my 'giving back to the community' :P" - so sayeth new LJer grailseeker, who offers a link to a sub-section of a site devoted to choosing punning alternative (ie smutty) titles for movies. The name has potential to be misunderstood, and the rest of the site is frequently verbally obscene, so we placed the link behind a cut for those of you surfing from work to avoid.Collapse )