Time for an update.
Really, I don’t know why I feel the need to reveal all these embarrassing facts. I’m just going to blame it on its cleansing effect, like it was some kind of virtual flagellation or something. It’s worked for a lot of people for a lot of years, to purify themselves and stuff.
I get these daily Groupon emails with offers ranging from vacation cruises to helicopter rides and Globetrotters tickets. Today, I got the Justin Bieber Singing Toothbrushes (only $14), and was instantly horrified. Not so much about the offer (“Pop star Justin Bieber’s angelic face -barf- graces a pair of dentist-approved toothbrushes, which echo his hit singles for 120 brush-heavy seconds”), but more about the fact that my brain, before I could stop its treacherous ways, considered buying one for my daughter.
It’s ok, go ahead and ridicule me. But remember, I can see how many of you click on the deal link.
- Highlights from the Rhode Island Basque Club
- On miracle diet pills, “doggie bags,” et al.