Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Type E Annoyance

Outside of the fact that I'm sick and tired of seeing this commercial aired about every 5 minutes, this is truly annoying.



I hope everyone associated with this project develops a nasty and hard-to-reach rash.

Friday, April 18, 2014

"Classic" Paper Dispenser

I found this paper towel dispenser in the bathroom of my local comic book shop: 


This is truly a "classic."


For more inappropriate quotation usages, be sure to check out the Gallery's special feature, Don't "Quote" Me on That.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

When Delicious Happens

Here's a sign I found on the door of a McDonald's: 


I had no idea that "delicious" was a noun...indeed, even an event that "happens." 

Be sure to check out more McCrap at the Gallery's special feature, "Reasons to Hate McDonald's."

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Wacky Macky

I found this product on my grocery store's shelves the other week: 



Do you really want to put something with the word "wacky" into your mouth?

Monday, April 7, 2014

Closing Me for Hughes

This ad appeared on my Facebook page the other day:


Not only do I not know who the hell Peggy Hughes is (and why would I?). I have no friggin' clue what this ad is trying to say.

Thanks, Facebook, for continuing to live up to my expectations.

For more of these annoying Facebook-sanctioned ads, check out the other Gallery entries Refinancing Freaks, Refinancing Freaks Revisited, Belly Fat Sex, Man-Child, Bin Laden Car Insurance, School for Scoundrels, He Has Risen, Facehole, Storybook Hell, Storybook Hell 2Trans Dad, Sexy Mummy, and Busty Language.

Wanting It on the "Stick"

The inappropriate use of quotes is enough to feature this image in The Gallery of the Absurd. But to compound the sign's ambiguity by referring to someone wanting it "on a stick"? Priceless.


For other such wacky quotation mark usages, be sure to check out the Gallery's special feature, Don't "Quote" Me on That.

Thanks to Averi Clements at Distractify, who compiled a list of these errant quotes.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Members Only Fire Escape

Here's something that Friend of the Gallery, Nick Zachariasen, found in a thrift shop in the Morningside neighborhood of Sioux City, IA:


Changing LINKS