Thursday, February 03, 2005

Xtremepons!

can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head
can't get this pressure point outta my head

Does anyone else get annoyed when people pronounce coupon "Q-pon?" I do. It sounds as if they are discussing advances in tampon technology. "Jane, have you tried the new X-pons? They are totally extreme!" "No, can't say that I have, Helen. But I just love the Q-pons they came out with this week. Smooth and absorbant, at home, work, or play, Q-pons are the 'pons for me!"

As you can see, work is just great today. Just. Great.

13 comments:

  1. you should know that anything to the Xtreme is infinitely better than those that are not. NyQuil has a Q and it is good. So from this we can conclude that Xtreme Q-pons would be far superior and dominate the messiest of bodily excretions.

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  2. yes, X/Q-pons should be shooting through outer space at all times, mopping up space puddles as they go and saving the Earth from the Milky Way. THey should not, however, be used to purchase goods at a special reduced price. That job is reserved for coupons only.

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  3. there are things that i will not purchase without a coupon. such as art supplies and food at arby's.

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  4. What if they're free coupons to Arbys? Like the time I had 35 "free french fry" coupons I redeemed all at one 10 minutes before they closed.

    SOoooo much waste. It was delicious.

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  5. you jerk!

    That's like a busload of ppl walking into isaacs wanting, like 35 sandwiches 10 minutes before you closed!

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  6. I did turn a busload away once! Ten minutes before we closed, a bus pulled in. They saw we only had two servers left and asked whether I honestly thought we'd be able to serve them. I said we'd do it, but pointed out the shortness of staff and told them it'd take a good while. They cut their losses and went somewhere else.

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  7. If I were that Arby's staff of fifteen year-olds, i'd jump that counter and beat you up the way only an enraged mob of fifteen year old Food service workers can do.

    I would.

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  8. getting all of your orifices stuffed full of free fries

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