Posts Tagged ‘germs’

Seattle’s Gum Wall deemed one world’s germiest attractions. USA! USA! USA!

June 14, 2009

A bizarre tradition at Seattle’s Market Theatre in Post Alley has turned into a fascinating yet very germy attraction: a giant wall of gum. In the 1990s, visitors began sticking their gum to the wall while waiting in line, resulting in a colorful and somewhat stomach-turning sight after more than a decade of gum gathering. Some intrepid visitors have even molded shapes and faces out of their masticated gum. One TripAdvisor traveler reminds us, “Don’t forget to contribute to the gum wall!”

Full list of the Top 5 Germiest World Attractions

Farkitrol: Conquer your unreasonable fears

July 8, 2008

The entire world is fucked up and you’re going to die. Farkitrol® keeps everything in proper perspective.

About Farkitrol®

Farkitrol® was created as a treatment for Media Dischordia combined with Media Sterilitus – a deadly combination of scattered and boring facts which atrophys the brain and causes dependency on sub-standard channels for information nutrition.

When combined with common sense and basic human awareness, Farkitrol® can greatly decrease the reliance on the only three sources available in the Mainstream Media for predigested, highly editorialized, commercial “news” and allows for a broader understanding of why certain information seems to show up again and again in the Mainstream Media. Farkitrol® may be habit forming. Ask your doctor or the guys in your company’s IT department about the potential side effects of Farkitrol®, such as snarkiness, immediate detection of bullshit, and the inability to see the “news” reported on mainstream news networks as anything other than what it is – commercially viable infotainment broadcast exclusively for the purpose of keeping your attention long enough to advertise products at you.

For Beach Depression/Shark Mania (BDSM)

For Missing White Girl Syndrome

For Dangerous Playgrounditis

For Mediastatial Germaphobia