Monday, October 06, 2008

Guaranteed to Repel About 57% of Your Local Trick-or-Treaters



Or, by October 31, probably about 70%. You knew this was coming, right? Thank you, Better Homes and Gardens.

I don't think this is going to help my whole Sarah Palin nightmare problem.

13 comments:

Evan said...

Jesus Christ, that's heinous.

Put a speaker in there playing a constant loop of "In what respect, Charlie?" and the children are sure to run away screaming.

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

No, c'mon, it's got to be "drill, baby, drill."

Jess Wundrun said...

Are you sure they're not just reusing the Peg stencil from King of the Hill?

Just wondering.

rptrcub said...

Jeebus H. Vishnu that looks like my 3rd-grade Sunday School teacher....

Steve said...

Got to hand it to Granpa McCain. He certainly came up with an effective way to keep those damn kids off his lawn.

word verification: haiism

drew in sf said...

why does she always look like Peggy Hill in 2-d cartoon representations?

Lau said...

Well, jeez, that's just not even flattering. I mean, she's clearly the devil incarnate, and I will cut her if she comes near me, but she is nonetheless an attractive woman. It's just unfair to choose a running mate cuz she's cute and then continue to make her look like an ugly cartoon.

karenzipdrive said...

How I'd love to drop a lit round of Black Cats into that pumpkin.

Anonymous said...

I thought it was Bill Gates.

Karen said...

Oh man, where to start. If you go to the Better Homes and Gardens link they have all four candidates. Strangely, in thumbnail it's hard to tell Obama and Biden apart, so I'm thinkin' the designer may lean the other way. But they do have a "register now" button, and the freakin' patterns are downloadable. I'm headin' out to get a dozen pumpkins. I am going to have the scariest porch EVER!

dguzman said...

Why isn't Pumpky Palin winking, tho?

samael7 said...

Princess, your blog has taken a seasonal turn to the scary, what with this madness and Kash-n-Kari above.

Yes, this pumpkin, "Drill, baby, drill," and maybe someone with an actual power drill going on and off would be enough to wet the pants of the less continent little moochers lining up for candy.

tangobaby said...

That will definitely keep the little witches from trick or treating at those houses. I bet Martha Stewart would have done a better job, though.