And Don’t Bring the Shredder

June 18th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

Nathan’s nomination for Worst Father’s Day Gift is already out there (as is my dissent), but he’s got competition. The Huffington Post’s nominees are up here, in slideshow form. And they are definitely bad, at least most of them (that bike/mower doesn’t seem so horrid to me, though I doubt it’s much fun to use once the novelty wears off). But this one stood out:

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Let me be crystal-clear about this: The last thing anyone wants–and in that “anyone,” I definitely include myself–is for me to spend an entire weekend unclothed.


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  1. Ellen M says:

    June 18th, 2010at 9:22 am(#)

    That’s incredibly disturbing. Not the part about you spending an entire weekend unclothed, but the fact that one is supposed to be getting this gift for Dad — what he always wanted, you in the nude. CREEpy.

  2. c hemp says:

    June 18th, 2010at 11:39 pm(#)

    I would love the beer holster! Of course, I would also love slingin’ the cowboy references with every draw…

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