Monday, February 15, 2010

Dingleberries

I don't like ’em and I don't want to see them, on people or on animated bears. Frankly, dingleberries irk my shit. If this baby bear is smart enough to be potty trained, he's smart enough to lose the scat and the TP wads hanging from his bear hair. If the little Mensa member can't take care of business, I think the only choice is to wax the bear's bum until it's completely bare.

8 comments:

lexismonkie said...

What makes me sick is they try to depict wads of feces as "cute" in an animated way.

Gross.

Heather said...

I agree. That commercial makes me want to punch Charmin in the neck.

Yet Another Steve said...

I doubt I'll ever buy Charmin again, after those commercials. There are SO many other brands that are as good or better, and don't inflict that coy smarminess on us.

Jewels Diva said...

Here in Australia we call them dags. Mainly on a sheep's butt, they get shorn off etc so there's no infection.

Apparently Pink, the singer, had a problem with this and blasted us for it but then later apologised when she realised she'd be doing her concert tour for so long.

We also use the word dag to describe something or someone that's old fashioned or not ''cool''.

Heather said...

Had a problem with dags, herself, or with the shearing of said dags from sheep bottoms?

CarlaCarlaCarlaCarla said...

The only suitable buttwipe commercials featured Mr. Whipple. Now that he's passed, no one can take his place.

PrettyThings said...

I hate these commercials too. I don't care if it's a "cute" bear. I don't want to see ANYONE's dingleberries! Plus, I am forced to get my fair share with two pomeranians at home. *barf*

Jordan Laine said...

At least Dingleberries is a charming euphemism... I have friends who refer to them as "rosebuds", like the small chocolate candies... Barf.