"Someone once told me that time was a predator that stalked us all our lives. I rather believe that time is a companion who goes with us on the journey and reminds us to cherish every moment, because it will never come again. What we leave behind is not as important as how we've lived."
-Jean Luc Picard

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Hilarious products advertised on the Tee-Vee

Thanks to the Ridiculous Infomercial Review Blog for some of these!


Gee, we'll just spell out the name and that will fix everything. LOL




Boy, I'm sure glad I'm not golfing with these guys! That peeing in the golf club is way disturbing.





Why do I think some company had a warehouse full of metal lazy Susans they needed to unload?





If it rips, can you patch it with some duct tape?





I am so 12.




The people trying to work at their desks while using this is priceless!






Can I wear my Slim-Suit, sit on my Aerobic Body Shaper in my Hawaii Chair and use my Facial Flex all at once? I am gonna look sooo hawt!! Then I'm getting in my car with my bear, my golf club, and my fish deboner and have myself a par-tay! Whoot!

4 comments:

Heather Cherry said...

That Tiddy Bear thing has got to be a joke, right? Please tell me that's not real. Then again, I thought there was no way the golf pee stick thing was for real but my mom tells me she's seen it on TV! If you haven't already, look up the clip of Ellen Degeneres talking about the Hawaii Chair on her show. She tries it out while trying to drink something and she tries doing other things. It. Is hysterical!

Hairball said...

Nope, they even made a second commercial where they explain how they came up with the name.

Thanks for the tip about Ellen and the Hawaii chair! I did see the bit with Ellen and those Bumpits thingies. Too funny!

Shawn said...

Let's not forget the Bender Ball, for which I see an advertisement every six seconds. It's like, oh, yeah, I remember this incredible ab shaping Bender ball...from back when it used to just be called a ball.

Hairball said...

Hi Shawn!

How much longer must I wait for the infamous Bag O' Glass from SNL to be advertised on TV?