3 September 2008

Zebras, Dogs and Leggings

Look Left
A double check is always a good idea, even when the little green man says 'go'.
Animal Ride
Animal transport - Copenhagen style.

Leggings and Armings
Leggings have spread to armings.

Bristol Palin told me she was on the pill
Humour is relative but this is something that amuses us to no end. And it's available for purchase.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

love Love LOVE the T-shirts. And everything else about this blog, of course.

Wilma said...

I love this blog too, but not that t-shirt. As a former 17-year old girl, and mother of a young teenage daughter, my heart breaks for that young girl and all she is going through now, because of a mistake on her and her boyfriend's part, and her parents' values. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be to have the world weighing in on something so personal, and making fun of a very difficult life-changing event.

CycloneCross said...

Zak, I agree with the anon poster above. While I do feel sorry for Bristol, I think Wilma hit the nail on the head with the assessment of her and her BF's 'mistake' and her parents' values. I just think that it is EXTREMELY HYPOCRITICAL for Palin to present her family values as a point in her campaign when they're working out so well.

Anonymous said...

amusment at someone elses expense is not humour at all. It's mean and says alot about the person who finds in so. Way to lose a viewer.

Zakkaliciousness said...

The great thing about humour is that is relative. Things some find humourous may be things others don't.

There is no right and wrong regarding humour. Homo sapiens are too diverse for that. I respect the fact that some may not find it amusing. Just as I hope that they respect the fact that I and others do.

Anonymous said...

Family values acknowledge errors with kindness, forgiveness, support, and unfailing love... without excusing the error or lowering the standard. What kind of values is it that laughs at the personal moral failings of others? Perhaps Copenhagen is not such a nice place after all.

Zakkaliciousness said...

Not a big fan of the Daily Show, I assume.

Zakkaliciousness said...

Oh, and please don't judge Copenhagen based on my personal tastes. That's just silly.

the funny thing is that 21 people have already bought the t-shirt - all of them from america. but i don't judge a nation or city based on their humour or yours.

KJ said...

Looks like you caught a "speedster" on a fixed gear or single speed bike in the background of the first picture. Makes for some nice juxtaposition.

Zakkaliciousness said...

style over speed :-)

Michael said...

that t-shirt is amazing...

ChrisMPLS said...

Love Copenhagen
Love Cycle Chic
Love the T-Shirt
Great work as usual.