Oddly Enough Blog

Skimpy bikinis, lots to think about!

April 29, 2009

Hey Blog Guy, it seems like you’re always sort of making fun of fashion models. Why don’t you just once listen to what they have┬áto say, and learn something?

Toss me the nuke, Duke!

April 27, 2009

Blog Guy, I’ve read about the so-called “nuclear football” that goes everywhere with the U.S. President in case he needs to authorize a nuclear war. Are there any pictures of this doomsday gadget?

Stay out, hon, I’m eatin’ scampi!

April 15, 2009

Blog Guy, I need help. I’m a smoker, and…

Say no more, I’ll try to help you quit.

No! I don’t want to quit, I just don’t want my wife to catch me! How can I cover the smell?

I can poop right in the back seat?

April 13, 2009

I have to chuckle at the Honda folks, who have unveiled a “dog-friendly” SUV.

You tired of havin’ a tongue, pal?

April 6, 2009

I like fancy new technical gadgets as much as the next guy, as long as the next guy is an Amish farmer, but here’s one I just don’t see catching on.

Honey, will you marry… Ewwwww!

March 22, 2009

So now they’re┬áselling a diamond and gold-leaf “carat cake” as a $2,500 gift for guys to give when they propose marriage. I see disaster ahead.

Gadgets: bloggin’ on the noggin!

March 18, 2009

I know my readers love gadgets, so I keep an eye out for the very best new stuff.

The Swiss Army Survival Hat?

March 11, 2009

Blog Guy, I really need some fashion advice!

“I’m invited to a very nice cocktail party. The problem is, I have a deep-rooted fear of getting lost late at night while I look for the valet parking guy, and wandering around for days waiting for rescue. This has happened to six of my friends. Help!”

Meet the man of your dreams, in a flash!

March 5, 2009

Ladies, it’s been years in the making, but thanks to genuine Midwestern Storm Cellar Door Technology, we’re proud to unveil the miracle Trashy Flashy dress!

Step away from the Lamborghini so I can see you better!

March 4, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m back for more of your professional photo advice.

I understand that there are commercial aspects to photojournalism, and I’m ready for that. You know, shooting gadgets, expensive toys. Can I have some tips for shooting a big glitzy auto show?