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Turn On the TV Woman – I’m Missing “Crimpin’ With Jim!”

Turn On the TV Woman – I’m Missing “Crimpin’ With Jim!”

I’m not gonna lie, The Citroen vehicle here looks pretty nifty, especially those headlights. But there’s one tiny problem with fixing it: Citroens are jam packed on the inside, probably because they’re so small. As you can see, the gang has trouble reinstalling the tent for the air supply, because they moved something out a mere inch. I’m pretty sure this isn’t just how Citroen makes their cars, either. I think it’s also how they do everything at Peugeot Citroen HQ: cram stuff in so you need less space. Employees would often jam stuff into their desk drawers. They even bought more clutter to cram into their desks if they didn’t have enough clutter. I mean, they were really committed to this business practice.

Unfortunately, Peugeot Citroen bought so much clutter for their offices that they almost went bankrupt and had to sell out.

Never Go Without Instant Heat Again

Never Go Without Instant Heat Again

Imagine what you could do with a big lighter. You could start a campfire in mere seconds. You could also bring this bad boy to a concert and show how much you love the band. Or you could light all 68 candles on your mother’s birthday cake and cook the frosting a little.

Just imagine these things, of course. Don’t actually do them.

 

Forget Neck-Pillows, This is the Kind of Comfort I Crave

Forget Neck-Pillows, This is the Kind of Comfort I Crave

The nice thing about this helmet-gizmo is you get a comfy head pillow after the accident. You’d be pretty wiped out after a turbulent ride, so a big pillow is just what you need. And this isn’t just for after the accident; you now have a head pillow you can use for a long time. I bought this helmet and deliberately crashed my bike just so I can have a decent pillow at night.

My doctor says I may not walk again and that I’m a complete dolt, but a man needs his sleep!

Ah, Willy Wonka’s Bedroom

Ah, Willy Wonka’s Bedroom

The nice thing about this contraption is it adds to the property value of the house. Suppose you sell the house and move on to bigger and better things. Just leave the “Labyrinth” right where it is and the realtors will flip, and so will potential buyers. When the house hits the market, everyone is gonna try and get their hands on the fantastic ball machine that dwells within; it’s a selling point. Forget swimming pools and geothermal thingamajigs; this is what house hunters truly want.

Trust me, I have one in my house and boy, are my neighbors envious.