I don’t know whether to feel betrayed that my illusions of the ShamWow Guy are gone (I mean, if you can’t believe in the ShamWow Guy, who else might be tainted? That Mr. Clean character has always seemed dodgy. And how can I ever trust those Charmin Bears again?) or to be amazed that so many people have posted about this. When did ours become a culture so concerned about the scandals of infomercial hosts?
Although, I have to admit that I’ve kind of always wanted a ShamWow. And I feel a little let down that the ShamWow Guy is not an upright citizen. Now I suspect his claims about the absorbency of the ShamWow are not to be trusted.
It’s the end of the month again (actually it’s the beginning of the next month, but I’ve been having trouble remembering what day it is lately) and it’s time to thank you for contributing to this month’s conversation.
Taking over the world is best done with company, if only because once you’ve achieved your goal and you’re sitting in your fortress of evil, laughing and eating ice cream, you should have someone to share it with.
If you haven’t seen these series, check them out. They are original, quirky and fun. If you like them, thank Jon for introducing them to me in the first place. If you don’t, please don’t take it out on Jon by egging his house, because I live there, too.
Originally a live comedy act with 3 guys in suits. We made lights in their honor, and hung them up in our hallway. Sometimes we leave one of them off to encourage in-fighting.