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October 21, 2008

BLOG ITEM THAT WILL PROBABLY GET SOMEONE FIRED

But it's totally worth it.

(Thanks to Sandy Coleman)

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Now that makes me think of the old Chingrish direction, "Not to be used for the other use."

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Soooooooo...where do the batteries go?

Nice...

So is that a banana in your pocket or just the bunker?

Set of two?! Well, that's hardly fair.

"Ribbed for her pleasure."

Perfect for any banana lover

So that's what we are calling it these days...

No more damaged, leaking banana ruining your CDs, wallet, books or papers in your bag

Don't you HATE when that happens!

And I saw "The Leaking Bananas" open for The Cars back in '81 or '82...

"Designed by Paul Stremple, an architect designing for many high profile fashion companies and also a pervert."


HA! I've had a banana bunker for YEARS! Now you have to BUY them?

I'm sorry, but wouldn't that be just a bit uncomfortable? Plus, with some counseling, I've managed to overcome the issue of "damaged, leaking banana ruining your CDs, wallet, books or papers in your bag."

Under the "shipping info" tab:

White glove deliveries will be scheduled, at your convenience, within 15 business days.

Sounds naughty.

If you have a banana that has been in a bunker for more than four hours, contact a physician immediately.

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