I realize it might be a little hard to see what’s happening in the pic above, it looks like it was taken by a Justin Beiber paparazzi with one of those old Polaroid Land cameras and a flash cube while riding on a moped through downtown Rome.
The Jagoff-estrator, however, points out what you’re seeing… a car driving down the road in a snow storm with snow piled up on the hood almost to the driver’s eyeballs. And, I guess in their hurry to ALMOST clean off the car, I guess they forgot to clean off the headlights… or even TURN THEM ON!!!
At first, I took a second look… I thought I was seeing one of those Hot Wheels cars with the engine sticking out of the hood… and.. of course.. covered in snow.
So we’ve had a bunch of car pics come in of cars driving with snow on them but this was the BEST! Do ya think they were driving around going…”Look at those mountains… how huge they are and how pretty they are covered in snow!”
FYI.. it’s a bad thing to have to stack phone books on your driver seat so that you can see over the dashboard…it’s even worse to have to stack milk crates on your driver seat so that you can see over the snow that your were too lazy to clean off of your hood, Ya Jagoff!!
Pittsburgh Comedian, John Knight
Showcasing some of Pittsburgh’s comedy talent.
Click the video to play
Click the photo above to watch if the video doesn’t appear below.
Follow John’s show schedule on his website HERE.
This rant sponsored by
A website created to spread the word about comedy in Pittsburgh and be a resource to performers in Pittsburgh.
Click the logo to get to the website.
Quotes on the Bus back next week.
For the production!
Today’s post originally appeared on the blog, Sean’s Ramblings Blog. It is a PERFECT Guest blog post!
Watch the Heinz Ketchup Commercial from the Super Bowl. No REALLY.. watch it!
Am I the only one who notices something wrong with the commercial? Everyone in the commercial hits the bottom of the bottle to get the ketchup out. Growing up in Pittsburgh, I learned at a young age the proper way to effectively get ketchup out of a Heinz bottle. You tap the 57. This might have been part of the first grade curriculum. Heinz even writes this !
What’s the best way to get Heinz ketchup out of the iconic glass bottle?
To release ketchup faster from the glass bottle, apply a firm tap to the sweet spot on the neck of the bottle— the “57.” Only 11% of people know this secret. Now you’re “in-the-know.”
While Heinz may have spent $4 million on the TV spot, perhaps they should have spent the $0 to tell the marketing people the right way to get ketchup out of the bottle… YA JAGOFFS!
(I added the little Ya Jagoff thingy!)
Thanks to Sean for offering to re-post his blog post here. Follow him on his website and on Twitter @SeansRamblings.