Prince Gomolvilas

Handjobs Are the Perfect Christmas Gift!

Filed By Prince Gomolvilas | December 15, 2009 12:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: funny commercials, handjob, ineedahandjob.com

When I first saw the commercial for a product called a "Handjob," I thought it had to be a joke. I mean, there's nothing strange about a grip pad that helps you open tight jars - I believe there may be one in my kitchen. But, again, this particular product is called a Handjob, for Christ's sake, and the people who made the funny ad seem to be in on it.

I went to the product's website, ineedahandjob.com, and it appears to be a legitimate product that you can indeed buy and have shipped to you.

I never would've imagined that you could get two handjobs for under five bucks, but I guess things are tough all over.


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Prince,

This really should come with a warning: "Do not watch while simultaneously drinking a beverage at your computer - laughter may cause keyboard damage or at least temporary stickiness."

I like the wink-wink quality - "Don't believe we're serious?" is a tip-off that they're in on the job, I agree.

I wonder if the teabaggers were infiltrated by the same crew?

I'm waiting for Pat Robertson to um, grab a hold of this.

Wait until you see their new hairdryer. It's called...

... Bil, you beat me to it!

... and I hear that an eyeglass company, a distributor of custom automobile wheels, and a drum manufacturer are all suing each other because they each want to market The Rim-Job.

In the meantime, the drum manufacturer is in negotiations with Stevie Wonder about coming out with a harmonica called The Hum-Job.

And all the while, millions of Americans would be happy if they could just get a job ... any job.

You all should take your act on the road. :)