Truth In Advertising, Part 3

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Truth In Advertising, Part 3

This is a little gauche, but it’s pretty amusing. Photo is courtesy of Natalie (thanks Natalie!).

This is the box for a three-dimensional woodcut puzzle of a rooster, made in China (the puzzle, not necessarily the rooster). As is wont to happen, the language barrier has provided the viewer with an unintended giggle. Remember folks: cock is not for children under five!

I’m not even gonna get near the double-whammy of “small parts” and “choking hazard”.

3 Responses to “Truth In Advertising, Part 3”

  1. Joe Says:

    The mind boggles with possible responses. However, I am at a work computer so I will just have to boggle inwardly.

  2. Val Says:

    Hee. At my work, they were looking for somebody to be the focal for “small parts.”

    They had a difficult time getting volunteers.

    Eventually someone was assigned the job. Now, whenever I get an email from him, or the
    subject comes up in a conference call and he has to speak to it, I giggle.

    Why yes, I am eight years old.

  3. Uncle Andrew Says:

    Maybe the person assigned the job could replace the outgoing message on their voice mail with 20 Finger’s Short Dick Man. 😀

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