Anyway how do we know….

March 13, 2007 at 9:29 pm (Uncategorized)

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what lasting phsychological\physical effects glitter graphics may have on us? Has anyone done any tests to ensure they are not damaging to our health?

I don’t think so!

So I think some immediate funding should go to some small group of “experts” who can do some sort of study on this phenomenon.

Ooooh am I stirring the pot?

Let’s see who bites!

hehehehehehehe

Love Me xxxxxx

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8 Comments

  1. Anonymous said,

    One of my good friends went out drinking with the guys and when he got home late that night his wife found some glitter on his face, clothes, and hands… When I saw him the next day he had a black eye, fat lip, and she left him.

    Based on that case I found glitter to have psychological, physical, emotional, and financially damaging effects. (LOL)

  2. Anonymous said,

    Love the above comment by Big Al.
    Fluffy seriously now as your a good artist I think you should design a ‘Bad Taste Page’ just for a day or so.Get as much Glitter Graphics, of all kinds and the ‘I Love You Bears’ and ‘Little Girls’…Puke, and put them up on your page.
    Now we don’t want anything tasteful, only tacky crap please.
    This is only a humorous thought and dare of sorts but I’d love to see it all merged together.
    I bet you’ll get a few surprise responses.
    Have a good day and I’m laughing at the thought and horrified at the outcome.
    L Mich

  3. Bowzer said,

    Dr. Fritz Kugelscheiber from the Department of Graphic Glitterology at the University of Spangle, Bavaria says:

    “Ich haff been eating glitter for years, and it has hat no harmful effekt vatsoever, except I tend to do shiny burps. But, zese glitter graphics are a pain in the ass to LOOK at, and ve recommend limiting your exposure to zem. Danke schon.”

  4. Anonymous said,

    Chuckling at the above comments. I really dont think i have anything to add, these are priceless.

  5. Tess' Chevalier [Listig the HomERphobe] said,

    You have a wonderful wicked sense of humor and- horror of horrors- you combine it with actually KNOWING what you’re talking about! I loved your original much maligned post. I am wont to take out my frustrations in similar fashion (such as ranting about people who wouldn’t know the turn signal lever were it inserted in a highly sensitive orifice of their body.)

    It is obvious from this that even beyond the danger of demon glitter graphics there is an even more dire health risk to the general populace: Not enough fiber in peoples’ diets!!!

  6. Anonymous said,

    Whodda thunk that the support or desired demise of glitter graphics was such a political issue in todays society, eh?

  7. Greg B said,

    hey there beautiful!!!!!!!!

  8. Anonymous said,

    I’ve personally noticed social/emotional regression, loss of cognative abilities (especially the ability to discern truth from chain email hoaxes) and chronic use of inordinately large font sizes associated with the use of glitter graphics, especially by women over 40. I’d like to submit a grant proposal for a study on the global impact of the use of glitter and blinkies.

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