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October 02, 2013


Seek no further.

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko)


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i never thought to use a chainsaw as a 'stimulant' . . . wouldn't that cause a mAssacre ?


But isn't a chainsaw usually used to CUT branches?

[Your "root" or "branch" jokes here]

there is a "disconnect" here...

We don't need this particular product, but I wouldn't mind having some of whatever their marketing department was on when they named this thing.

Too bad I'm allergic to White Willow (aspirin).
Or maybe not too bad.

Oh, no... Not Horny Goat Weed ?! After the New York Mayoral election I thought we'd seen the last of him.

The description points out that it "Pairs great with Ball Refill!" That is funnier than any comment I could come up with.

With 29 customer reviews, the product came up with a rather flaccid score of 3.5 out of 5. On the other hand their "Wrecking Balls" product got a perfect 5 out of 5!


I been needing me some titanium.

I'm glad they included the warning about use during pregnancy. Pregnant women and chainsaws is not a good combination.

(...although "Pregnant Women With Chainsaws" WBAGNFARB)

Pairs great with Ball Refill?

I so want to hear their description of that product.

If you want your rosco to invert, then a chainsaw is probably a dandy idea.

Chainsaw, Wrecking Balls, TestosteRip. I think they are employing a boss I had. He always came up with the darndest names for products. He called an under vehicle inspection camera array "UndAware" just because it would be amusing to have his government customers request hundreds of thousands of dollars for "underwear".

I have an old chainsaw with low compression that won't start; I'd try this if I could be sure it wouldn't attack my gas can.

I saw Ball Refills warming up for Jackyl back in '92. Helluva chainsaw show.

Goodness gracious, GREAT balls afire!

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