Saturday, July 11, 2009

Is "The Sun" a real newspaper?

More importantly, should someone as obviously intelligent and discriminating as Relax Max be filling his brain with this trash every morning? You decide.


  1. Who told you it was a newspaper, real or otherwise?

  2. Your talents amaze me! I'd love to know how long it took for you to learn how to balance spoons like that. Quite a while I think, your chest looks a little pink.

  3. *Cough Cough* Better you than me, but it does explain a great deal.

    Off to purge my history so I never stumble back.

  4. Say it ain't so Max. That is waaaay TMI. I never knew you were into that rag. Hmmph if indeed this is the perusal of your choice while you are drinking that perfectly brewed cup of coffee in the morning, well it explains a lot.

  5. @Sheila - Well, what is it then?

    @A. - Yes. And the eyes are different too. Listen, this guy is a human magnet and metal sticks to his body. And there is a woman in Russia who is a magnet too and can support 150 pound of metal from the vertical palm of one hand. It was in the Sun, so it must be true. An Iron imbalance, I think they said. REAL imballanced. Like they ate a ship.

    @Stephanie B - You probably think that was funny. You are probably rolling on the floor right now. Ho. Ho. You probably don't subscribe to the Sun either.

    @Ettarose - Did you find your name in today's post?

  6. A. can hold over a thousand pounds in one hand. Har har.

  7. A thousand pounds of what?

  8. If you see it in the Sun it's so.
    Please tell me it's not the same Sun as the one who published "Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus."
    Because if so, how the mighty have fallen.
    And spoon boy?



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