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  • April 18, 2012
    Note: NSFW language, just put your headphones in and pretend you're catching up on the news. So it's only mid-April and already we've got a 2012 blooper reel of reporters accidentally saying penis, hooters and boner on-air. Wow, these people might actually suck at their jobs ... / Continue →
  • February 11, 2011
    Seen here looking like he might have smeared a little doodie in the middle of his own forehead, Oliver Smith poses with the Wii game that taught him the word 'shitheads'. Hey -- everybody's gotta learn it sometime. The Wii game Countdown, based on a UK game show of the same n... / Continue →
  • January 26, 2011
    Note: Larger version HERE and a giant f***ing PDF version (11MB) HERE. This is a map of the United States charting geographic dirty-word (buttfudge!) use through Tweets. The darker an area the less profane, the lighter an area the more profane, and, if you zoom in on my ap... / Continue →
  • July 13, 2010
    Note: There's no way you can read that version because it's so small which is good because it's filled wiht nothing but seriously NSFW language so make sure your boss isn't looking and then click HERE to see the thing in all its high-res glory. This is the Periodic Table of Sw... / Continue →
  • June 21, 2010
    Pepper Mouth is a little USB peripheral that monitors your typing and releasing a stinky-ass spray if you type dirty words. *poof* WHAT -- because I typed stinky-ass? *poof* Mmmm -- I love a good stink. This first version blasts its obnoxious peppery smell whenever it detec... / Continue →
  • September 3, 2009
    I typically use a gum wrapper or dog-ear the pages to mark my place in a book, but hey, a glorified rubber band, that's cool. The Bookmark II is a simple rubber band with an arrow on one side and a "Bookmark" tab on the other. The arrow allows you to point to the line you were... / Continue →
  • June 19, 2009
    Apparently somebody hacked a couple DC traffic signs to say dirty words. In case you were wondering, there's a UC missing in the first line and an ALL in the third. Some people, no class. If you think your commute can be offensive, you should have been driving northbound o... / Continue →
  • March 17, 2009
    Goes to Sega's The House of the Dead: Overkill for the Wii, with over 189 f-bombs dropped throughout the game. This knowledge comes to us from the ever diligent Guiness World Book of Records, who have apparently started recording the number of bad words in video games in addit... / Continue →
  • February 10, 2009
    NOTE: VIDEO AFTER THE JUMP IS VERY NSFW DUE TO IT CONTAINING EVERY BAD WORD KNOWN TO MAN AND SOME KNOWN ONLY TO PIRATES. This is a parody news report by The Onion about some new Sony product. It's really funny if you love hearing people cuss or hate new technology. It's less... / Continue →
  • December 24, 2008
    The F-Bomb is a little $10 plushie with a sensor inside that, when thrown to the ground, says everyone's favorite f word. Which, I can only assume, is fingerbangarang. drop as many f-bombs as you want [technabob]... / Continue →
  • August 20, 2008
    This is a commercial for the inappropriately named Tiddy Bear. It's a $15 stuffed booby bear that attaches to your seatbelt's shoulder strap and prevents it from cutting into your skin. But the commercial is funny because *snicker* every time they say "Tiddy" it sounds like "... / Continue →
  • August 5, 2008
    Well folks, it happened. Somebody went and named their energy drink after a slang term for a woman's nether region. Or a cat. The one that starts with p and ends with ussy. Yep. This is almost as bad as the German Poontang Juice. (Our product) is unique. It is made with... / Continue →
  • June 6, 2008
    First, there were the Star Wars raps, and now, Star Trek. This is song called The U.S.S. Enterprise (is getting *insert slang term for a woman's nether-region here* tonight) by some group called Those Aren't Muskets. It's very NSFW because it's all about doing it and they say... / Continue →