Rainbow Party

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on December 29, 2009

One of the blogs that sell ads is listverse. It is a series, frequently updated, of top ten lists. The one that sparked this post is “10 bizarre things …about christmas“, but first, there is another one that is too much fun to ignore.

It is “Urban legends that caused a moral panic“. Number ten was the “rainbow party”. It seems that an RP is hosted by a coven of teenage girls, each wearing a different color of lipstick. A boy at this party can expect to have receive oral sex from a variety of these girls, and his manhood will look like a rainbow. Through empirical forensic study, this story was determined to be a hoax.

“10 Bizarre Things You Didn’t Know About Christmas” promises much, but delivers little. Number ten is “Incest, corpses, and Jesus”. No, this did not take place in Alabama. It seems like some mythological era girl was doing the dirty with daddy. Once papa was wise to the scheme, and got his cigarettes back, he tried to kill his little girl.

The G-ds took pity on the girl, and turned her into a tree. The girl’s name was Myrrha, the tree is the Myrrh tree, and the dried sap of this tree was given to the baby Jesus by the visiting wisemen. The presence of wise men and a virgin is more evidence that the story did not happen in Alabama.

“10 Bizarre Things…” has three ads at the top of the page. The top and bottom are “GA attorney prepared wills” and “Living trust wills”. In the middle of those lawyer things lies the query, “Is your husband Gay?”. Apparently the wrong answer on number two will lead to the need for one and three.

The downlow about hubby takes you to a site called “My Daily Moment”. The first question of the quiz is “How often do you have sex with your man?” The ad next to this question is “Desperate to lose weight?” The illustration is a painfully white woman, who is about to break out of her bra and panties.

The header ad at this page seems to change. When PG went back to write this feature, the paid player was AT&T…something about bundling telephone and internet services. The lady(?) in the weight loss ad could use some bundling services.

When PG first saw this endeavor, he made a screen shot, with another header ad. It is for a stop- smoking concoction called CHANTIX. This product is advertised on NFL broadcasts.

CHANTIX has the most spectacular side effects of any new product in memory.
” Some people have had changes in behavior, hostility, agitation, depressed mood, suicidal thoughts or actions while using CHANTIX to help…” The way some NFL teams are playing this year (Eight teams lost to the Falcons) might reinforce these concerns.

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