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(Canada.com)   Novelty items, from "Wipe Out Saddam" toilet paper to a talking Iraqi "Disinformation Minister" are for sale on the Web   (canada.com) divider line 42
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2003-04-26 11:55:55 AM
Old & Busted = Big Mouth Billy Bass
New Hotness = Iraqi Most Wanted Cards
 
2003-04-26 12:03:18 PM

Cards? There are no cards! They do not exist. Is my picture on a so-called card? NO! Therefore, they don't exist.
 
2003-04-26 12:05:09 PM
...and?
 
2003-04-26 12:28:18 PM
step 1: Make war with Iraq

step 3: PROFIT!
 
2003-04-26 12:29:16 PM
They'll go nicely with my Khomeni toilet paper and Dart Board from 1980.
 
2003-04-26 12:31:02 PM
How timely.
 
2003-04-26 12:32:54 PM
Well,I'll hold on to my Bin Laden urinal cakes,thank you very much.
 
2003-04-26 12:33:20 PM
Obvious
 
2003-04-26 12:33:35 PM
When I was in Desert Storm we didn't have Saddam toilet paper.
I just used a page out of a bible.
 
2003-04-26 12:35:07 PM
I hope you don't mean that literally, Forsythe. That just paints too weird of a mental picture. I mean, you there holding the cakes and all...
 
2003-04-26 12:35:35 PM
Nothing like making light of a stupid war that should never have taken place..
 
2003-04-26 12:35:38 PM
I hear that Al-Sahhaf is gonna be the new PR man for the Jets.

"We did not trade two first round picks to get the number four pick, we forced the Bears to commit suicide at the gates of the glorious Jets Stadium and we took their pick. Who will the fabulous Jets draft next? I will show you, IN ONE HOUR!"
 
2003-04-26 12:37:34 PM
eh, stories like this have been posted before.
 
2003-04-26 12:40:20 PM
I want this on my toilet paper:

 
2003-04-26 12:42:00 PM
novelty items based on real threats (i.e. Hilter during WWII) = funny
novelty items based on ficticious threats (e.g. Saddam Hussein) = not funny
 
2003-04-26 12:43:42 PM
 
2003-04-26 12:43:52 PM
This stuff is like, soooooo, early 2003...

Old and busted:



New hotness:

 
2003-04-26 12:44:18 PM
Bush, Ashcroft, Cheney, Rumsfeld and that whole bunch have the constitution written on their toilet paper.
 
2003-04-26 12:45:41 PM
B0rg9: Hehe. Funny,since I'm sitting aroung in my Kim Jong II underwear right now. ;)
 
2003-04-26 12:46:14 PM
This is not 'A piece of history...'

It's a piece of shiat.
 
2003-04-26 12:47:54 PM
Garanimal: Dude, that nearly made me fall out of my chair.
 
2003-04-26 12:49:15 PM
This stuff is just in time to be a little too late.
 
2003-04-26 12:50:14 PM
04-26-03 12:47:54 PM Antialias
Garanimal: Dude, that nearly made me fall out of my chair.


Ten my work is done...

some day I'll get someone to shoot milk out of their nose...that would be a crowning achievement...;)
 
2003-04-26 12:54:04 PM
I ordered the talking doll... and got an e-mail yesterday saying it would be another two weeks at least.

Attention... span... drifting...

In two weeks' time we'll all have forgotten about the Iraqi information minister, I'll get a mysterious and unidentifiable figure in the mail, and we'll be at war with Eastasia instead of Eurasia. Durned bladgasted manufacturers and their production and shipping times. I'm an American; I need and deserve INSTANT gratification.
 
2003-04-26 12:55:09 PM
Bobbyboey

I'd respond, but you can't read the thread....
 
2003-04-26 12:58:00 PM
Garanimal: I once got someone to shoot a Wendy's spicy chicken sandwich out their nose. That was cool.
 
2003-04-26 01:09:11 PM
Speaking of the new hotness, if North Korea wants to play this silly game of threats and demands, I say we give it to them. Not only do we hold our ground on multinational negotiations, but we should also demand that the NK delegation wear poodle skirts throughout the talks. And to speed things along, impasses will be resolved by drinking games, with the losers to be humiliated publicly on a Japanese game show. They're not so tough.
 
2003-04-26 01:22:37 PM
Young_Fart: with the losers to be humiliated publicly on a Japanese game show

Dude, take a good look at their Supreme Leader:



and ask me if anything could humiliate you after calling that fat reject for a thug role on Miami Vice your "Supreme Leader."
 
2003-04-26 01:26:41 PM
I had an idea for a new reality television show. Get all the world leaders together in a beach house in a neutral country. Find out what happens when people stop being polite, and start being real!
 
2003-04-26 01:27:20 PM
 
2003-04-26 01:50:07 PM
That is so, like, two weeks ago.
 
2003-04-26 01:53:27 PM
All this commercialisation detracts from the real meaning of blowing stuff up.
 
2003-04-26 02:04:24 PM
Jon Steward had a clip about a guy who made that tp a few years back.
 
2003-04-26 02:47:18 PM
Muchspl I remember that. It had Bin Laden on it, at the time. What blew though, was it used toxic dyes, so you couldn't use it on your ass.
 
2003-04-26 02:56:51 PM
You'd think that the guy would have paid a little extra for non-toxic (and hopefully non-water-soluble) inks... it's not like he was selling the things at $3 for a pack of 4 :-)
 
2003-04-26 03:49:33 PM
I say we get some o' them stolen old Babylonian documents and make TP outa them. That would truly symbolize our protection of ancient treasures. Maybe we could get Halliburton to make and sell it too, yeah, that would be perfect.
 
2003-04-26 05:28:29 PM
Someone was selling a t-shirt that had him on it going "This is not a t-shirt"
 
2003-04-26 08:16:47 PM
Amusing? More like stupid.
 
2003-04-26 08:20:27 PM
It'd be great if they'd stick to JUST selling it on the web, instead of spamming my inbox with this stuff.
 
2003-04-26 08:22:17 PM
Psychonaut:
Hey, I just got one of those "IRAQ'S MOST WANTED DECK OF CARDS" spams right now. I agree with you 129%, man.
 
2003-04-27 12:15:44 AM

Saddam's proposed punishment.
 
2003-04-27 12:17:38 AM

Saddam's proposed punishment.
 
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