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Pink Toilet Ad

LuvMaerz's picture

Has anyone else noticed that ad for the "Enviro-Toilet" at the left side of the page.  It just strikes me as funny, a fluroscent pink toilet sitting in the middle of the forest.  Maybe I will be lucky and find one of these next time we are out mushroom hunting... Wink

LuvMaerz's picture
Amish ring tones??

"Time is free, but it's priceless. You can't own it, but you can use it. You can't keep it, but you can spend it.  Once you've lost it, you can never get it back."

 There was another of those ads for Amish Ring tones... which made me think, what would an Amish ring tone sound like?  Too bad the yodels have to come down, or else those might be great ring tones! 

(Joe is a great yodeler.... I would pay more money to hear him yell out "Riiiiiiiiiicola!." )

re: Amish ring tones

You know I actually THOUGHT of offering this as a ring tone, but Lovina nixed the idea....she just isn't comfortable with people "having" the yodel in their posession...listening, yes...having, no....the Amish often draw distinctions like that.....the ad for Amish ring tones is something that the Google ad program we uses cycles in, no clue what it is for...has anyone tried it?:)

enviro toliet

Yes I've seen it too.  VERY in style :)  It reminds me of my grandmother's bathroom.  She had a pink toliet, sink and bathtub.  Sure in a few more years it will make a comeback.  But the ad for losing a fat belly is a little ironic being I haven't notice any low cal recipes from the amish cook (no disrespect intended). 

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