Everything I Like Causes Cancer

Where we've been convinced to write a new post on Dec. 2. Stay tuned!

The other day I published a post and as I did this ad popped up on the right side of my screen:


WTF? Making electricity at home? Does this involve gathering and processing my own urine? Hamsters, a tiny bike and a huge battery? Am I going to have to wear electrodes? Because I get a rash from tape.

This ad doesn't even look real, does it? I don't know why, but it skeeved me out. Did the aliens take over while I wasn't paying attention?

14 comments:

mo.stoneskin said...

It does involve hamsters. But not on a bike. Hamsters don't like riding bikes on a matter of principal. Actually the idea is that you have one million hamsters running in wheels out back. With a bit of luck, and assuming they are well fed, you should be able to power a couple of lights.

Organic Meatbag said...

I've never seen shit like that when I post anything... On the other hand, I have discovered a way to make electricity, and it is all based on me removing my pants!

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

It involves a glass rod and a dead cat. That's all I'm sayin'.

-R- said...

What made them think you were a make-electricity-at-home kind of gal? Your interest in Kim Jong Il?

SkylersDad said...

My make electricity at home scheme involves capturing methane, which apparently I am pretty good at producing.

Soda and Candy said...

A balloon and your hair.

: )

Mr. Condescending said...

It involves lightbulbs and heavy petting!

Son of a Thomas said...

(With Barry White voice) You wanna make Lectricity at home? I'll show you how to make lectricty at home, oh yeah.

Valerie said...

you're readers are scarier than blogger.

words...words...words... said...

It involves winking at a photovoltaic sensor, but not everyone's wink has the electricity to make it work. If you have trouble, give me a call.

Also, it might have to do with whatever you did successfully that you have so frustratingly cut out of that picture.

Sass said...

It involves corn.

Cheez Whiz.

A can of Heet.

And lots and lots of lube.

Oh wait...that's NOT the recipe for electricity.

Never mind.

Nothing to see here.

Girl Interrupted said...

Hmm ... you seem to know an awful lot about making electricity!! ...

Nanodance said...

My ads ask me if I am interested in making nuclear power at home. I guess they think I am really smart.

Cora said...

Seriously? .....uhh.... yeah.... I'm at a loss for words....

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