Oh, WOW

By now, the demotivational posters far outnumber the motivational posters that spawned them.

Then again, scratch that word “spawned”:

Google screenshot

(Poached from Dodd Harris’ Facebook page.)





7 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    2 May 2010 · 4:46 pm

    And I just keep getting those disgusting “one rule to follow for a flat stomach” ads.

    (I’m guessing the rule is: don’t eat.)

  2. CGHill »

    2 May 2010 · 4:49 pm

    This is one reason I’ve avoided putting an ad block on this site: given the wild swings in subject matter, I shudder to imagine what sort of “context-sensitive” bushwah would appear.

  3. fillyjonk »

    2 May 2010 · 4:55 pm

    And believe me, at least some of your readers appreciate that.

  4. CGHill »

    2 May 2010 · 9:53 pm

    Smitty thinks I “should consider the hypothesis that the WoW player who clicks on that advert is saving himself for a feminist.”

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  6. CGHill »

    3 May 2010 · 8:43 am

    See what I mean?

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