This is part of a little party planner from Betty Crocker about how to throw a happy-fun robot-themed soiree for a child including a creepy-ass robotic cake (and I thought you were cool!). Also, who would have thought meatball hoagies and turkey-spinach (I will whip your monkey ass, Popeye!) wraps were the perfect accompaniment to A CAKE OF DEATH? Not cool, Betty, not cool.
Snap, replaced by a Golden Girl! That speaks volumes.
Robots Rule! Birthday Party [bettycrocker]
Thanks to Jenny, who knows a good old fashioned dino-party is the way to go. Rawr? RAAAAAAAWR!
How would you like this creepy little bastard staring at your ass when you're performing squats? Or maybe holding your feet while you do crunches? Or maybe you've got to be out of your got-damn mind!
Bandit is helping the University of Southern California Center for Robotics... / Continue →
This is a childhood photo FROM THE FUTURE. Don't ask me how I got it, but suffice it to say I got some wires crossed when I was building my time machine (read: I showed up in 2120 with a trash bag full of dinosaur-sized condoms). Anyway, I brought this back to show you how no... / Continue →
Evan, a 5-year old from Whoknows, Orcares, got a Transformers cake for his birthday. As you can see, it's fairly well made and features a lead-based Transformers logo on top. But don't eat the figurines, Evan, or your fifth birthday may transform into your last. HAHA AHAH! S... / Continue →