Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Things That Make Me Go…


Roll of Foil:
I beg to differ.  It may be my only choice, but it is not the final solution to wrapping food.  (Note to self:  Bring plastic wrap and Tupperware back in suitcase after next trip home.)

Laundry Soap:
Finally, those pesky stains in the washer will be gone.  Now if only I could do something about the ones on the clothes.

Vegetable Oil:

Yay, eating fried foods is now good for me!

Box of Tissue:
I’m glad I bought these as opposed to the ones that were already used.

Floor Cleaner:
If you’re going to kill germs; do it right.  No sense in just harming them.

The other day I walked up to the small shop at the front of our complex.  One of the items I needed was paper towels.  After searching the overcrowded shelves, I finally found some.  At least I thought I did.  The label said ‘Cotton Roll’ and it was right next to a few rolls of toilet paper.  Imagine my surprise at the accuracy of the label!

Cotton Roll:


Blondefabulous said...

Why does the word dead have an asterisk next to it?? I didn't think dead was negotiable. And what is the caveat for Dead*?!?

Unknown said...

Actually - the first thing that came to MY mind was "Oh. Tissues for World Class Virgins." As opposed to your normal, commonplace, run-of-the-mill virgins.

Anonymous said...

OMG. That is so funny. You can save the cotton roll for Christmas and make little snow scenes from it. Hahaha.

Sheila said...


Well, next time you need to sacrifice a virgin, you know where to look!

lindasue said...

Hey, you don't qualify to use the tissues. See if ya can get a refund!!!

Nej said...

What is the * behind Dead all about?? :-)

Lifeofkaylen said...

Yes!! The Dead* thing totally sticks out!!!

lol-the cotton roll is the best joke on foreigners!! Should I even question why it looks like someone took a giant bite out of it?

FYI: tupperware is just a temporary wrapping solution for food. Foil is clearly the FINAL solution. :)

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

Yeah, I would say non-virginal tissues have snot in them. Or some other mucus we won't mention on this family blog. ;)