"What if customers expect us to start stocking such hideous furniture in our stores?" ask the agitated retailers.
Just because a cabin is empty doesn't mean it's not still private property. Now he's facing a hefty trespassing fine!
Several home loans have been paid off with a new type of counterfeit $100 bill that is almost undetectable to even the most sophisticated instruments. Banks are worried that a significant number of these bills have already entered circulation.
Pay off your debt with huge rubber-banded wads of cash, with consecutive serial numbers if possible. Slam it down on the table, in a briefcase or just gathered into your fist, without saying a word. Frequently glance nervously over your shoulder, and ask people if they hear sirens at random intervals. Everyone present will be intensely uncomfortable -- "on edge" if you will -- turning what would be a normal financial transaction into a brilliant piece of performance art.
Something Awful is in the process of changing hands to a new owner. In the meantime we're pausing all updates and halting production on our propaganda comic partnership with Northrop Grumman.
Dear god this was an embarrassment to not only this site, but to all mankind
Yes, there are finally enough games for a new round of One Sentence Reviews
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