I feel dirty doing this, but...

Posted on May 3rd, 2010

There are, of course, exceptions to the rule and I must admit that Stuffed Animal Fight Club made me smile. I was even more amused by the fact that the most popular entry is thirty seconds of a guy screaming "I'm a sell out!" in a banana costume. For the most part, though, it's nails on a boobie-filled chalkboard.

Steve Hall at Adrants, being a bit of a horndog, posted pics of his favourite GoDaddy Girl wannabes. This one in particular jumped out at me:

It jumped out at me because the naughty schoolgirl is none other than my best friend's sister. I've known Melanie since we were kids and there's nothing about that picture that's not creepy to me. I totally understand if you feel otherwise.

I won't claim her ad is the best of the bunch and I'd never ask you to vote for it, but I will say this: she's important to my friend and my friend's important to me and I'm important to you. Maybe not oxygen-important, but I'll bet I'm pretty close. Also, she wants it really badly and there's every reason to believe she'll come over to your house wearing the uniform in exchange for your vote. I haven't double-checked that with her, but it's probably accurate.

Last, but not least, Melanie's entry was endorsed by - I shit you not - Dancing With The Stars host Tom Bergeron on his Facebook page. Which means I'm only three degrees of separation from everyone who ever appeared on Hollywood Squares. Call me up, Shadoe Stevens! We'll do lunch.


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