Inflation of Panhandler Rates, Onion Sombreros, and The Lululemon Deception.
I was walking down the street earlier this summer when I was approaching a panhandler. As I drew nearer, I reached into my pockets in anticipation of the spare change request. Around the same time my hand was revealing itself from my pocket with a few nickels and/or dimes, the panhandler said, “Excuse me sir, could you spare $5000?”
Taken a back, and a little amused, my hand returned to my pocket with the change, and I replied laughingly with something to the tune of, “dude, if you get someone to give you that, I’ll be asking you for money.” I needed that change for the parking meter anyways.
There seems to be an influx of male humans carrying on with their lives, under the impression that it, for some reason, became “ok” to wear Lululemon clothing. Alright, alright, yoga is becoming a bit of a trend, and people like to do it, it decreases the chance of you dying in the near future, so I guess these yoga people need very specific stuff for it. That’s fine, stretch all the spandex on yourself you need to… IF YOU’RE A GIRL. All I’m saying is that there’s plently of manly workout gear out there, and this stuff ain’t it. Please refer to Figure A below for further clarification:
The symbol is a woman’s haircut, a “bob” if you will. It’s clear Fubu theory (For Us By Us, brand speculatively supposed to be only for black people), and all who oppose it are clear posers. This stuff’s for girls fellas, get over it.
The funniest commerical bit on TV right now, is the following threat by the brain to the eyeball that he will have to wear “The Onion Sombrero” all day if he can’t get along with the tongue.
The sheer visual imagery of an eyeball, sitting on its own, in the corner wearing an onion sombrero is comical/torture genius. I mean, who’s manufacturing onion sombreros? What’s the demographic there? It just can’t be a thriving business. It must just be like a gimmick product that a regular sombrero shop makes from time to time, to garner interest in the store. Luckily for the brain, he happened to be guiding his human, via the eyeball mind you, past the sombrero store during that time. Obviously they went into the store and purchased one, or else the threat would be useless. The beauty of it is that the eye would’ve seen it first, and then was forced to send the visual reception signal and information to the brain, whom then would, in turn, eventually use it as a threat of consequence for unruly behavior. The brain probably forced the eyelids open as he sensed them trying to close the eyes. That brain is a wily one, methinks.