Tuesday, December 2, 2014

The RESULTS from our poll: What would you like to be attacked with? personally, I would have picked giant trout, but the voters disagree!

Do you agree with the poll results? What would you have voted for? Please comment below!

Sharpened pencils (0%)
  0 (0%)
Fresh organic produce (60%)
  3 (60%)
Giant trout (0%)
  0 (0%)
Rolls of bathroom tissue (20%)
  1 (20%)
Chainsaws (0%)
  0 (0%)
Chickens (20%)
  1 (20%)
Karate (0%)
  0 (0%)
Huns from Mongolia (20%)
  1 (20%)
  1 (20%)
  2 (40%)
"Cereal killeer" (20%)
  1 (20%)
Ratchet sockets (like from a ratchet wrench) (20%)
  1 (20%)
Dirty Laundry (0%)
  0 (0%)
Flute used as a blow gun (40%)
  2 (40%)
Hot Sauce (0%)
  0 (0%)
kittens (60%)
  3 (60%)
Cuordory pants (clean) (0%)
  0 (0%)
  0 (0%)
Trogdor the stove (0%)
  0 (0%)
Canadians on mooses with maple syrup guns and weed (80%) 
  4 (80%)
Board Games (20%)
  1 (20%)
a salt rifle (60%)
  3 (60%)
an vague and embarrassing illness (20%)
  1 (20%)

Votes so far: 5 

Sunday, October 5, 2014


Please take our free uncosting survey. All participants will be entered in a raffle to win a free and complete print-out of this blog. Participants are recommended to choose at least five options.

RESULTS AND THE WINNER WILL BE POSTED ON NOVEMBER 5, 2014 (unless one of us forgets)

List of awesome blog ideas that may or may not ever actually exist

By Lisa Grab and guests Jen Grab and Mark Ludas
All these ideas are trademarked, copyrighted, and patented forever.

1) Life of a Cornflake (from birth to death) and have pictures of cornflake with random crap

2) Why some trees hate each other (and for good reason): with evidence as to why they are not actually in love (even if it might look like it)

The biology of rocks: all about their life cycle
Birth, Reproduction, and Death (and everything in-between)
"In case it's not clear, rocks are living."

4) People Eating Against Rocks (aka People EAR, aka PEAR)

5) Giantcarrots.com featuring pictures satisfying your everyday giant carrot needs

6) The physical, emotional, social, and socioeconomic hazards of being a professional full time sword swallower.

7) In Olden Times: featuring experts talking about events, and artifacts, and reminiscences from a couple days

8) Animal Poop - features recommended poop walking trails, where hikers can view wild specimens of exquisite terds, and high definition photographs, and some videos with exclamation points. 

9) House Footprints: snails, houses, and turtles all have footprints too. But which one has the carbon footprint? the oxygen footprint? the hydrogen footprint?

10) The Science of Pie Pumpkins

11) A Conspiracy blog about how seedless watermelon are eventually going to destroy the world.

12) A huge stupid and never-ending story that goes no where but absorbs readers into thinking something MIGHT happen

13) The never-ending TANGENT

14) The never-ending infinite tangent that never ends

15) The never-ending work load of an ant

16) GHOSTS! Analyze mysterious shapes in pictures and explain why they are ghosts

Saturday, September 13, 2014

All about cats

By: guest author, Thea

1) cats like ice cubes but dont like beer

2) cats like iced coffee

3) cats tell their hoomans when there is a stranger in the house. Its up to the hoomans to listen

4) to fix a cats attitude problem, just hold them in a sink of water until they stop resisting

5) he loves under the bed

6) fight n bite

7) he likes opening cabinets

8) he quacks

9) when he is looking out the window at birds

10) he is trans-ginger

11) he has a empty expression on his face

Role Playing Scenarios

By Greg Tuttle and Lisa Grab

1) Explaining to a neighbor that you ran over their cat
2) the process for genetically modified food to be created, protested, and approved by the FDA (3 groups)
3) explaining to a night companion that you may have peed the bed the night before
4) wedding proposals: 2 stacks of cards, 1 stack for objects that need to be used as part of the proposal, the second stack of nonromantic locations.
5) making up excuses: you crashed a friend's vehical into a fruit truck and you have to come up with an excuse as to why it happened.
6) explaining to an uncle why you and a cousin are together.... Familiarly
7) cover-up campaign for a business to a news reporter
8) trying to buy contraband in an unfamiliar location, and the seller is an undercover cop

Stuf We've Laerned Over The Past Year (and it cant be anything we learned in school, not that we've learned anything in school)

1) All landlords are liars
2) Cats dont like it when you throw them up in the air
3) Foxes are clever and bulletproof
4) You can wash dishes with shampoo (optional: in the shower)
5) Making iced coffee with coffee ice cubes makes your coffee stronger
6) 3-year-old lipton tea tastes like clean pondwater
7) There are three types of sewage treatment plants. The first type is old school and basically just sorts out the solids and then dumps the rest in the river. What do they do with all the solids? Good questions. I think they collect it and put it in a landfill. The second and third types are more modern and use chemicals to treat the water. The third types uses more chemicals.
8) The less seriously you take a job, the more you will succeed.
9) People with nut allergies are actually not that concerned about their allergies.
10) If you say it with a straight enough face, people will believe anything.
11) If someone disagrees with you, don't freak out. And then you can change their mind.
12) Every kitchen is like this: if one makes a mess in food service, and no one is looking, one can put everything back and not waste any food. It doesnt matter if it mixes together, just do the best you can to make it presentable.
13) You can fish for shrimp with a spoon, string, and cone-shaped shell.