Monday, April 23: A Chinese manufacturing company has come under severe criticism after unveiling a line of sunglasses they’ve tastefully dubbed… the Helen Keller collection. And if the name wasn’t bad enough, their ad slogan capped it: “Perfect for any blind date!”
Tuesday, April 24: Residents of the Austrian berg of Fucking will be voting on whether to change the town’s name. They’re tired of the crank calls and practical jokes. One local suggested just making the “F” into an “S”, saying it would be easy to paint over all the signs and besides, it’s a somewhat safer practice…around the world.
Wednesday, April 25: Think Like a Man handily beat out The Lucky One at the box office last weekend…with most men thinking, “I AM definitely the lucky one for not having to sit through another crappy weep-fest from Nicholas Sparks.”
Thursday, April 26: Details on the Secret Service scandal continue to come out. The latest is that the lead agent assumed the cost was $47 when, in actuality, the hooker wanted $800…serves ‘em right for bringing on agents that used to protect the congressmen working on the budget committee.
Friday, April 27: A new study finds that more Mexicans are now leaving the U.S. than entering, reversing a four-decade wave of immigration. Given the economy, the job situation, and the tough laws that have been coming from the Border States, it makes sense. So basically, the wealthy will now have to raise their kids themselves.
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About the Author: Lawrence Dorfman is the bestselling author (Yeah, right) of The Snark Handbook; The Snark Handbook: Insult Edition; The Snark Handbook :Sex Edition; and the forthcoming Snark Handbook: Politics and Government Edition (really good at the whole naming thing, eh?). He honed his snark chops while working in publishing for more than 30 years. Like you really care.