If you haven't come across a hubber called "Shadesbreath" before, you're missing out on a treat.
(His avatar looks like a brain on a stick)
Recently, there's been a bit of activity with a couple of hubs about MLM and associated activities in which shadesbreath and I have taken part.
Now he's written what I consider to be about the funniest 2 hubs I've seen.
Fair dinkum - the tears of laughter nearly ran down my legs!
http://hubpages.com/hub/Make-Money-NOW- … ement--Inc and
Have a look at these. Vote them up. Leave comments. Become his fan. Read his other stuff.
And in return, you'll learn how you can save babies, kittens, puppies, and indeed the WORLD.
This guy is a great satirist, and needs to be encouraged ! !
(But stay FAR away from his "Self Cannibalism and Water for Gas" hub.
You definitely DON'T want to go there !!!)
You can't be serious, You mean to tell me I became an affiliate, sent him my bank account#'s and it was all just a joke? I'm deaply hurt...Will I never learn? Everytime I come accross something that sounds too good to be true.........deep sigh....Now I'm in crap as I don't know how I'll explain to my children that I gambled away their inheritense on Excrement.Inc....booohooohooo woe is me
I think you guys better be careful about the use of the word "crap".
I think he has it trademarked, and he takes legal action against everyone who uses it if they are not licensed to do so.
Actually, I think I should've said that it behooves me to spread the good word. Either way, I'm spreading a load of crap.
Oh crap, is he dating Paris Hilton?
Stacie, your comment about the scratch and sniff products was hilarious!
Wow, this was a very nice thing to do Eric.
And Shirley... "behooves to spread" the word..? LOL Now I'm crying.
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