Oddly Enough Blog

Nobody gets off THIS train, pal!

November 8, 2011

Blog Guy, I know you’re closely following the race for the Republican presidential nomination. I’m a little surprised you haven’t chosen a Quote of the Week yet for last week.

Perhaps you recognize my large chest?

November 3, 2011

So, pal, what do you do for a living?

What do I DO? I am FABIO!

Sorry, I don’t understand. What is that?

I am an actor and a model!

Oh! Have I seen you in anything?

Probably. I played the Handsome Man in “Scenes from a Mall,” the Blind Date in “Boogies Diner,” and I have done numerous cameos.

Pushing shakes for a sheikh?

October 18, 2011

OMG, Blog Guy! A few days ago, in an item about Paris Hilton helping open a shopping mall in Poland, you said, “Coming soon, Kim Kardashian appears at a milkshake bar opening in Dubai,” and here she is!

I’ve got all your spam, Ronald!

September 26, 2011

Believe it or not, I’ve found something even more irritating than getting spam.

How many floozies live at this address?

September 8, 2011

Alert readers of  this blog will recall my complaints about the U.S. Census last year.

When life is just a beer commercial…

May 26, 2011

Advertising staff, today we’re here to honor Lamar, whose work on the Guinness Stout account has been pure genius!

Waldo shows his true stripes…

April 13, 2011

GEORGIA/

Okay publishing staff, we’re here to start promoting the latest volumes in our wildly popular “Where’s Waldo?” series of children’s books.

A great year to be alive, or at least undead

December 15, 2010

FRANCE/

Blog Guy, is it just me, or did you write a lot more about zombies this year than you have in the past?

“If it ain’t Lamar’s, it just ain’t steak!”

November 23, 2010

INDONESIA-OBAMA/

Blog Guy, I know you get around. I’ve heard that U.S. celebrities, even superstars, often do TV commercials and endorsements for overseas markets, since they know the ads won’t be shown here. Does this happen a lot?

Get the Lobo, Bobo, we’re drivin’ to Cabo!

November 8, 2010

USA/

I love this story, and I’m not even making it up.

The president of Ford’s subsidiary in Mexico says his company’s Lobo pickup trucks are so popular with drug cartel hitmen that regular people are now afraid to drive the trucks and risk having soldiers and police mistake them for criminals.