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Very dubious — and definitely unlicensed — knock-offs from the close-but-no-cigar products department. Batman’s secret fetish; Superman’s secret brother; Peter Parker’s other job … and more.
Today we ran across the newest member of the “Snoopy-esque” knock-off characters. It’s … SNAZZY! (with his little bird pal who, oddly enough, is still named Woodstock (properly spelled too!) And here are MORE of the almost Snoopys…
This does not make us want to belly up to the bar. It does, however, make us think of many things other than scotch. In fact, we are thinking this is a wonderful gift for ob-gyns.
from the Stupidest “Something’s Not Quite Right Here” Business Names Department, Caffeinated Spelling desk
from the Stupidest “Something’s Not Quite Right Here” Business Names Department, Fruit-Inspired Nomenclature subdivision
from the Stupidest “Something’s Not Quite Right Here” Business Names Department, Not-Very-Timely desk
In honor of the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, we present the following t-shirt — which could be from design firm Dolce & Gabbana if we are to trust the D&G logo. But we are mot convinced.
another “Something’s Wrong Here” Product from the Close But No Cigar Licensed Product Knock-offs Department, Super Hero Section
For some strange reason, we have the sneaking suspicion this DVD isn’t the official studio release. Why could that be? egotvonline
There seems to be a small problem here. Or is it simply that more people than we realized have identity issues?