Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Blog Guy, how’s Oktoberfest shaping up this year, if you take my meaning? You know, those Bavarian women tend to wear some pretty risqué outfits over there, huh?
Boy, I’ll say. For your convenience, our photo people have put together this combo shot, showing cleavage of the visitors wearing traditional Dirndls.
Well, sure, I have to protect my readers, but I think you probably get the idea.
Blog Guy, I like it when you find interesting traditions practiced by other cultures, like for instance that “love market” that you wrote about last year.
Well, I see here in the Singapore Straits Times that the Chinese have entered the seventh month of the Lunar calendar, known as the Hungry Ghost month…
Blog Guy, it’s a couple of days before the end of February and there hasn’t been a single sign of the onrushing Apocalypse this month. I’m feeling much better already.
Then you’re living in a dream world, buddy. I just saw one of the clearest signs ever. It turns out a specialist ice cream parlor plans to serve up breast milk ice cream.
Blog Guy, I’m thinking about becoming a drug dealer, or maybe even a drug kingpin, but fashion is important to me. Can you give me some idea of the dress code for this exciting field?
Well, first I should advise you strongly against choosing this profession. It is illegal in many states, and even some foreign countries.
Blog Guy, I have a medical question. I’m a woman considering getting breast implants. Where can I go to get a breast exam and a reliable professional opinion on this?
I’d probably just head for a nightclub. There may be a doctor there who can examine you right on the spot.
Blog Guy, I’m very, very confused.
That’s nothing to be ashamed of in this blog, sir. What seems to be the problem?
I saw a photo of Hooters waitresses watching President Obama last weekend. I’ve always been led to believe if the words “Hooters” and “U.S. President” ever appeared together, it would be the end of the world.
Blog Guy, I heard on the radio that a Picasso painting just sold for more than $106 million! They held up a photo of it on the radio news, but I was driving and couldn’t look.
Yeah, you’re talking about Picasso’s “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust.” It sold yesterday.
Okay sales staff, the big civil defense and security equipment exhibition is coming up, and we need to push our merchandise. Let’s brainstorm!
Boss, it’s me, Lonnie! What if we pass out glossy brochures about peaceful crowd control and stuff like that?
Quick quiz: Who would you LEAST like to find out is a bogus, untrained fraud?
a) The guy fixing your washing machine
b) The yard man trimming your magnolias
c) The accountant preparing your taxes
d) The plastic surgeon doing your breast implants
Yeah, I think most of us would have to go with that breast implant thing.
In Venezuela, police have arrested a man and woman accused of impersonating plastic surgeons and providing women with silicon breast and buttock implants from an illegal clinic in an apartment.
Police were tipped off by a former client, and caught the suspects in an apartment which contained surgical equipment and a surgical table.
Blog Guy, I’m a regular reader of your blog, and I need a personal favor.
Sorry, I can’t really get involved with helping people, I’ve got a lot of readers.
Please! My daughter is going to Washington DC, and I know you live there. She doesn’t know a soul, and I’m hoping you can help her meet some nice young men.