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"Warren Buffet's E-mail Address."   After Rich Tehrani trumpeted about the letter his company received from Warren Buffett, he received many emails directed to Buffett. Then he wrote a post about how he didn't have Buffett's email address. Subsequently, the post received 538 more comments from people worldwide, crying for aid from Mr. Buffett.
From TMCNet Bloggers . Filed under: help me,international,irony,money —  Comments (0)
i have got a destination to become a successful person but due to lack of money i cant read .can u help me sir?

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"How we work: Bill Murray, actor."   "Bill Murray has replaced an agent with a freephone number and an insistence upon asynchronous communication," begins this post from a design blog. Commenters do not realize that "asynchronous communication" does not include the comment thread of this blog.
From rodcorp . Filed under: celebrity,irony,sports —  Comments (0)
Hi Mr. Bill Murray,When my coworkers heard about your golfcart episode recently, they all laughed and looked at me. As teenagers, a few friends and I had taken a few golfcarts from St. Georges Golf Course in the mid-north west corner of Toronto and drove them downtown and back. Sure, we were drunk too. I got ratted out to the police by some pals whose party (and front lawns) we crashed with the carts. At one point I was “side-sliding” out onto a quite middle-of-the-night throughfare. Side-sliding is when you as going so fast on a corner that your golfcart tips onto its flat side, 90 degrees to the road, and you have to hold on tight and not laugh too much. when the cartrt slows down it usually falls back onto its wheels. Good times. My favourite movie of yours is Groundhog Day. Assholes and idiots should be forced to watch it until they understand the message within the movie. Next time you’re in Toronto, look me up. Cheers!

"ashleyolsen's Profile."   If your comment falls in the woods of the Internet and Ashley Olsen isn't there to hear it, should you get upset?
From StyleFeeder . Filed under: celebrity,irony —  Comments (0)
i know both of you are very famaous.. but why u cannot reply our cmmnt?? so arrogant

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"Cancel Google."   Perpetuating the eternal echo chamber of the Internet, a group of bloggers from South Dakota links to a known gumbaby thread -- the "Cancel Google" thread on OK/Cancel -- and thereby unwittingly extends the phenomenon to their own website.
From Gadgetopia . Filed under: irony,technology —  Comments (1)
I want to have the Google home page taken out of my computer. I am used to work with microsoft and I prefer it. Thank you.

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"dualing banjos."   Creative titling on a Linux development listserv delivers fans of a backwoods banjo tune.
From the Debian-devel listserv, by way of elsewhere.org . Filed under: information seeking,irony —  Comments (0)

Hi,I saw your ad about sheet music for this.

Could you please send it to me?

I did find it on olga.net but it looks incomplete.

Cheers

Marty

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"Fan mail!."   A Minnesota blog following local gay and lesbian issues is visited by a host of angry fans after the blogger announces his "marriage" to Smallville star Tom Welling.
From Eleventh Avenue South . Filed under: celebrity,irony —  Comments (0)

I think everyone who thinks that Tom Welling is gay should take a long hard look at themselves… seems to me that you have some gay tendencies yourself… if you fancy the guy then thats not a problem, everyone on this site does but just cut the crap…you all should be ashamed of yourselves really.

i think you should all count yourself lucky that Tom probably doesnt read this site, coz if he did he would be very disapointed!!!!

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"Jay-Z Construction Kit."   Matthew Mullenweg is the founder of blogging software company WordPress. He is probably not the Matt these commenters are looking for. Nor is he Jay-Z, even though he wrote about him.
From ma.tt, unlucky in cards . Filed under: celebrity,help me,irony —  Comments (0)
hi my name is charlotte i live in a small ton named pleasntville nj im a single parent i have put my son sincehe was little till he was 18 through your line of clothes and know im putting my grand daughter through your line of clothes .i have an idea concerning your clothing line .its about business, dont want much . (THATS OPEN FOR DISCUSSIN) where im from your clothing lining is hot trust me i know my son swears he is jayz.my idea has to do with the whole suit ,( shirt shoes /boots)CHARLOTTE
AGE 38 YEAR OLD FEMALE WITH BIG IDEAS

I KNOW U BUZZY I BEEN FOLLWING YOUR LIFE STYE AND I KNOW YOUR DOING BIG THINGS AND THINS IS HAPPENING BUT IF YOU HAVR TIME CAN YOU PLEASE HOLLA BAC AT A SISTA BECAUSE I BELIEVE MY IDEA IS A GOOD ONE, THANK YOU FOR TAKEING TIME OUT TO READ MY LETTER.

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"Cristina's Court Message Board List."   Want to be a judge? Maybe television judge Cristina Perez can help you get elected to the job. Maybe you should try contacting her through a generic online talk show forum you found to ask her.
From tvtalkshows.com . Filed under: information seeking,irony,tv show —  Comments (0)
I THINK YOU ARE GREAT.

HOW CAN A PERSON BECOME A COMMON PLEAS JUDGE? CAN YOU BECOME ELECTED? THANK YOU FROM OHIO

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"How to cancel an AOL account in 3 minutes."   The blogger's description of what's going on: "Morons who subscribe to AOL have made this site (sort of) famous. Over two years ago I posted a simple, quick little link about how a guy canceled his AOL account in 3 minutes. Nothing really exciting about the link, really, but for some reason the entry got listed well on Google (as well as this search), so people are coming to the page, thinking that by posting a comment on my site, I can somehow cancel their AOL account (even to the point where some idiots were posting usernames, password, credit card numbers, etc...)"
From UtterlyBoring . Filed under: help me,information seeking,international,irony,technology —  Comments (0)
Hi

I am Akhil and working for AOL cancellation in new delhi,India.

LoL…american company shifting jobs to india.
Its easy to cancel AOL but u americans are really duffer.

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"Tyra Banks."   From the website's description: "AskMen.com is... a men's portal, designed to provide men with... subject matter that interests the general male population." From the article: "Sexiness: 90... [Tyra] is voluptuous and curvy in all the right spots, and do we love that. Her confidence on and off the runway lends her an I-could-destroy-you aura that could translate nicely to the bedroom."
From Askmen.com . Filed under: celebrity,irony —  Comments (0)
Hi Tyra, I have never written anything to a celebrity before but this is so important to all the women in America. I am so glad that you are standing up for change and letting the world know how beautiful women, such as yourself can be without being stick thin. Thank you for national attention to this issue.

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