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December 13, 2009 10:14 PM   Subscribe

My purchases: Let me show you them.
posted by boo_radley (101 comments total) 6 users marked this as a favorite

 
Surely this is satire. Right? Right?
posted by grouse at 10:20 PM on December 13, 2009 [2 favorites]


No. The Lady Gaga tickets are real.
posted by Pants! at 10:21 PM on December 13, 2009


This post is a little sparse, kinda like my bank balance, in case you're wondering, which you might be, judging from this, I guess.
posted by Sova at 10:22 PM on December 13, 2009


Oh please tell me this is a joke.
posted by zardoz at 10:23 PM on December 13, 2009


keeping up with the Joneses 2.0
posted by Wanderlust88 at 10:24 PM on December 13, 2009 [4 favorites]


Facebook tried to do this for a little while a year or two ago. You know, without asking first. Freaked me the fuck out. Other people too, probably, judging by the fact that the feature did not last long.
posted by i_am_a_fiesta at 10:25 PM on December 13, 2009 [5 favorites]


This is all Charles Babbage's fault.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 10:26 PM on December 13, 2009 [26 favorites]


Jesus.
posted by maxwelton at 10:26 PM on December 13, 2009


Mathowie spent $12,745 at Onlinecasino.org Last updated December 3rd, 2009
posted by battlebison at 10:27 PM on December 13, 2009 [20 favorites]


...doom doom doom DOOM-DOOM doom-doom-doom doom doom DOOM doom Awww, but I wanted to explode! DOOM doom-doom doom...
posted by loquacious at 10:30 PM on December 13, 2009 [2 favorites]


There was an ad campaign here in Tokyo a few months back which featured pictures of models wearing things, basically, as opposed to clothes: handsome young men and women decked out in electronic gadgets, or food items, or whatever, and the ad copy was, and I'm not kidding... "YOU ARE WHAT YOU BUY". This new twist on social networking would appear to cement that idea.

Are we really sure it's not satire, though?
posted by flapjax at midnite at 10:30 PM on December 13, 2009


This doesn't sound like a joke. I hate to be a neo-Luddite, but this gives me no choice. In fact, the last few years of iPhone addiction have pushed me over the edge. I have tried to be sympathetic, if not complicit, in the increasing reliance on little computers (instead of, say, sitting on the back porch with a couple of guitars, or reading a book in a patch of sunlight), but this old guy is getting not only fed up, but a little paranoid, as much as I am repelled by conspiracy theories.
posted by kozad at 10:32 PM on December 13, 2009


I see "cat" spent $3.55 at In-N-Out Burger. Was that the old In-N-Out, I wonder? Cause, hey, that's pretty cheap...
posted by flapjax at midnite at 10:34 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


flapjax at midnite: "Are we really sure it's not satire, though?"

You can invest $50,000 in a Sony Vaio laptop.
posted by boo_radley at 10:34 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


"YOU ARE WHAT YOU BUY"

So now I'm $20, same as in town?
posted by UbuRoivas at 10:37 PM on December 13, 2009 [12 favorites]


I see "cat" spent $3.55 at In-N-Out Burger

Which naturally makes me curious: did she haz cheezburger?
posted by UbuRoivas at 10:38 PM on December 13, 2009 [41 favorites]


Is this another one of those satire pages that's so damn on the nose that I can't tell if it's satire or not and stumble into confusion and despair for a few minutes until I forget about it or force myself to forget about it?

EatTheWeak spent $16.72 at The Chevron Station
- 2 Mickey's forty ouncers
- 1 bottle of five-dollar red wine
- 1 half gallon of cookie dough ice cream
- 1 family size bag of Cheetos
posted by EatTheWeak at 10:39 PM on December 13, 2009 [4 favorites]


Don't let jessamyn see this post.
posted by armage at 10:40 PM on December 13, 2009


The ad writers forgot to add an "OMG" to "Saarsaar's" comment. I do think they are somewhat redeemed (ha!) by giving "Pud" some existential guilt over seeing Lady GaGa.
posted by mreleganza at 10:42 PM on December 13, 2009


Fuck it, that's the last straw, subsistence agriculture is the life for me.
posted by phrontist at 10:44 PM on December 13, 2009 [4 favorites]


robert spent $356.00 at Regal Adult Ent. LTD
robert spent $624.85 at Slinkies Lingerie
robert spent $926.00 at Regal Adult Ent. LTD
robert spent $1835.00 at Regal Adult Ent. LTD
robert spent $7505.23 at Berkinson Diamond Center
robert spent $8.95 at Downtown Liquor
robert spent $125 at Sporthouse Rod & Gun

Greeeeeaaaat.

Seriously, this stuff should be no one's business but me, the bank and the police.
posted by CynicalKnight at 10:47 PM on December 13, 2009 [9 favorites]


robert spent $624.85 at Slinkies Lingerie

Sounds uncomfortable, even if they are fun for a girl or a boy.
posted by Alvy Ampersand at 10:50 PM on December 13, 2009 [13 favorites]


TechCrunch tells me it's not satire.
posted by twoleftfeet at 10:54 PM on December 13, 2009


How completely pathetic.
posted by TooFewShoes at 10:55 PM on December 13, 2009


Actuall, no, "pud", you are not redeemed by going to the Metallica concert the night before. There will be no redemption for you. Pud.
posted by flapjax at midnite at 10:56 PM on December 13, 2009 [9 favorites]


Blippy makes your credit card purchases social.

Crarppy makes your bathroom habits social TMI
posted by nola at 10:56 PM on December 13, 2009 [14 favorites]


Blippy makes your credit card purchases social.

Don't worry. Keeping your purchases at Honest Abe's Anal Plug Emporium private is not anti-social, citizen.

For now.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 11:01 PM on December 13, 2009 [3 favorites]


hey nola
posted by hattifattener at 11:02 PM on December 13, 2009


Where's that cool site where everybody shares their credit card numbers?
posted by twoleftfeet at 11:04 PM on December 13, 2009 [8 favorites]


Is this a dumb idea?
You bet your sweet blippy it is.
posted by cleancut at 11:06 PM on December 13, 2009 [2 favorites]


Huh, I think 'pud' is the pud, the guy who ran Fucked Company back during the dot-com crash.

Anyway, this is of course insane. Even if people are narcissistic and vapid enough to want this (and I'm sure there are some), is it really necessary to go right to the source and get data from payment processors, rather then just allowing self-reporting? I mean god damn is the invasion of privacy really a resonable price to prevent stuff like "Delmoi just spent $1,200,000 on at the Bugatti dealership"
posted by delmoi at 11:06 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


Wow. I have been going to the same neighborhood grocery store for a few years, and saying "no, thank you" every time they push for me to sign up for a rewards card, and they always -- ALWAYS -- look at me like I'm crazy. Then this morning my wife came back from the same store with her new little rewards card keyring thing, and I cringed. This web site, however, really puts it in perspective: there are not only people who don't mind sharing information about their purchases, but some who flaunt it.

Oh, wait! People flaunt their purchases all the time. This just lets them do it remotely, so now they don't have to invite me over to their house to see all the stuff they've purchased. Okay, business as usual, nevermind, nothing to see here.

davejay spent $1 at Clue Emporium
posted by davejay at 11:08 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


I can't imagine my purchases are interesting enough that anybody else would want up-to-the-minute updates on them.
posted by Target Practice at 11:08 PM on December 13, 2009


hey nola

I just love my kountry, and I fear for it.
posted by nola at 11:08 PM on December 13, 2009


Anyway, this is of course insane. Even if people are narcissistic and vapid enough to want this (and I'm sure there are some), is it really necessary to go right to the source and get data from payment processors, rather then just allowing self-reporting? I mean god damn is the invasion of privacy really a resonable price to prevent stuff like "Delmoi just spent $1,200,000 on at the Bugatti dealership"

There's truth to what you say, there, inasmuch as people who enjoy flaunting their purchases typically want you to think they've paid full price, but actual payment process data will expose the truth. Hmm.
posted by davejay at 11:09 PM on December 13, 2009


I can see a limited version of this working, like every time you see a movie or buy a game or something something is added to a database or something. Like Delicious Library but you don't have to scan everything in. Of course, this site is extremely silly, unless you are on a "there shouldn't be any privacy!" kick.
posted by The Devil Tesla at 11:12 PM on December 13, 2009


First sentence in that TechCrunch article twoleftfeet linked:

"As the Internet matures, slowly but surely everything we do in the real world is going social. "

I'm not sure "matures" is quite the word they're looking for here.
posted by Target Practice at 11:13 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


Also, when facebook tried this it was called Beacon. It worked by putting some kind of web-bug thing on various other sites so they could connect the purchases to your facebook account, and then that stuff got posted on your wall. Apparently it had intended to be opt-in originally and most of the retailers were expecting it to stay that way.

Facebook, I think, learned something but the fact is they obviously have a lot of contempt for their users. I find the idea of commoditizing our relationships and selling them back to us kind of creepy. Why should our relationships make Mark Zuckerburg rich?

Although rather hilariously, facebook's new privacy settings Opened up Zuckerburg's photos to everyone for a while.
posted by delmoi at 11:14 PM on December 13, 2009 [6 favorites]


"As the Internet matures, slowly but surely everything we do in the real world is going social. to be monetized by anyone who can finagle the data, by selling it to anyone who cares or using it in lieu of creativity to create 'content' we can put ads on "

Fixed that for him.
posted by delmoi at 11:17 PM on December 13, 2009 [5 favorites]


why did I look at that? I clicked, then went "ew" then I looked for a second longer, and my second reaction was "eeweeewww"
posted by 5_13_23_42_69_666 at 11:17 PM on December 13, 2009


Fuck yes. I don't know what everyone is getting so worked up about. I can't imagine anything better than being able to share with all my sort-of acquaintances an automated list of all the stupid shit that I regret spending money on.
posted by Caduceus at 11:22 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


delmoi, the Zuckerburg photos completely vindicated my feelings towards facebook. "But we could keep in touch this way!" -- SEND ME AN EMAIL; I WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO BLOG; ALL THESE TECHNOLOGIES ARE YOURS BUT FACEBOOK -- ATTEMPT NO REGISTRATION THERE.
posted by boo_radley at 11:24 PM on December 13, 2009 [3 favorites]


nooo don't look at my drunken ebay benders. noooo.

Conspicuous consumption is something I prefer to do from the cozy environs of my shame cave.
posted by louche mustachio at 11:31 PM on December 13, 2009 [4 favorites]


I was just going through valleywag in google reader and came across even more pics of facebook mangement. Check out this pic of Facebook's spokesperson Brandee Barker (example of her spokesing)
posted by delmoi at 11:38 PM on December 13, 2009


Wow. Stayin' classy.
posted by louche mustachio at 11:44 PM on December 13, 2009


Oh my lord. This can't be real! It just can't.
posted by hurdy gurdy girl at 11:55 PM on December 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


saying "no, thank you" every time they push for me to sign up for a rewards card

The stores I frequent hand out a brochure with two halves - one with the removable rewards card, the other with the biographical info form that I'm supposed to fill out. If you wish to sign up, the cashiers just give you the brochure to fill out while they scan your groceries.

Protip: Offer to helpfully move out of line while you fill out the form, then just never turn it in.

All the money saving rewards, with none of the personally identifying info!
posted by niles at 12:01 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


Like niles said; or fill it out with entirely bogus info, just for fun! 123 Fake street is getting a lot of my mail.
posted by emjaybee at 12:14 AM on December 14, 2009


123 Fake street is getting a lot of my mail.

This guy hates you.
posted by Mikey-San at 12:50 AM on December 14, 2009 [21 favorites]


closest i could find to make the joke work
posted by Mikey-San at 12:51 AM on December 14, 2009


Good lord pud.... what is the opposite of "redeemed"
posted by tehloki at 1:01 AM on December 14, 2009


Take off and nuke it from orbit.

It's the only way to etc etc.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 1:45 AM on December 14, 2009


Even if this was Internet theatre, I can guarantee that somewhere a VC is thinking "Hmmmm".
posted by rodgerd at 1:59 AM on December 14, 2009


Conspicuous Consumption 2.0
posted by Rhomboid at 2:19 AM on December 14, 2009


So now I'm $20, same as in town?

Don't flatter yourself.
posted by chillmost at 2:29 AM on December 14, 2009


But I have to flatter myself - nobody else will do it for me.
posted by UbuRoivas at 2:40 AM on December 14, 2009


So now I'm $20, same as in town?

And you only paid 5$ to find out. That's right!

1. Join Mefi ($5)
2. Find out your worth ($20 SAIT)
3. Leverage your worth by other 2.0 apps
4. Profit! (300% minimum return on your investment. May be liable to a crash of social markets. May help if you like being sold what you have. You may be eligible to win an ad tattoo that'll be the envy of your friends and we won't even charge you. Only for you. Cause you're special. And so much better than everyone else. Really.)
posted by ersatz at 3:05 AM on December 14, 2009 [2 favorites]


delmoi: "Although rather hilariously, facebook's new privacy settings Opened up Zuckerburg's photos to everyone for a while."

That's the guy that runs Facebook? He looks like he's 17? God, I am so fracking old.
posted by octothorpe at 3:41 AM on December 14, 2009


This isn't that PVRBlog I've heard about, is it?
posted by maxwelton at 3:41 AM on December 14, 2009


That's the guy that runs Facebook? He looks like he's 17? God, I am so fracking old.

Presumably like the rest of us, he's uploaded fewer photos of himself ever since he got out of college.
posted by explosion at 4:00 AM on December 14, 2009 [4 favorites]


Talk about old. It wasn't so long ago when I thought to myself, "Cell phones, nah. Why in god's name would anyone want to carry a telephone around with them?! Available to be interrupted all the time?!" This reminds me of that -- maybe I just don't get it and it's time to stop opinionating.
posted by thinkpiece at 4:43 AM on December 14, 2009


This is why I pay in cash wherever possible. What you buy and where you buy should be no one's business but your own.
posted by spoobnooble at 5:07 AM on December 14, 2009


I think someone just purchased my soul. As soon as I opened the link, it went missing.
posted by grapefruitmoon at 5:12 AM on December 14, 2009


This is a logical extension of FourSquare, which users pretend is some sort of social exercise, but is mostly just a program design for people to broadcast and brag about their consumerist habits. It was just a matter of time before the amount of money you spend would become the real subject, because we live in a world in which people think they are defined by how cleverly they consume.
posted by Astro Zombie at 5:27 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


This is the nadir, right? We've finally reached it, right? We can go no lower than this, right?

Right?!
posted by Spatch at 5:42 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


This is the nadir, right? We've finally reached it, right? We can go no lower than this, right?

No. Beyond this is the tumblr blog of things people bought, wanted to keep secret, but shared out accidentally (LOLDONGS).
posted by jquinby at 5:56 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


This is way more complicated than necessary. Just make your annual income and net worth your facebook status.
posted by condour75 at 6:13 AM on December 14, 2009


Social network analysis looks even more creepy this morning. I didn't think that was possible. Thank you, Blippy, for lowering my faith in the future even further!
posted by Alterscape at 6:18 AM on December 14, 2009


I don't see why this is viewed as such a bad thing: it exists because there's a demand for it, and frankly i'm fine with it. It serves a purpose like FB status updates do: it keeps this kind of bullshit ephemera off of the pages and feeds of other social blogging sites.

If Blippy decreases on blog posts and FB updates and whatever else about how much Jerkoff McGee spent on his bar tab last night, or the new plasma screen that someone else picked up, I'm behind it 100%.
posted by Uther Bentrazor at 6:20 AM on December 14, 2009


My purchases: Let me show you them.

No.
posted by sandraregina at 6:21 AM on December 14, 2009


This is the nadir, right? We've finally reached it, right? We can go no lower than this, right?

Right?!


Let's see...you can put your purchases and bathroom usage online, what else is there?

Volunteering to put a microchip on your genitals. Lets your friends see when, how often you are aroused. You just need to fill in the "why."
12:47 Saw 2 dogs humping in the park. Thought about Beth.
3:12 Bought a venti mocha Frappuccino and the whip cream reminded me of that time in Chicago with Gloria.
6:20 Got a call from Ted about playing tennis and started thinking about his little sister wearing a tennis skirt and nothing else.

Put sensors on your refrigerator so your friends can see how often you open the fridge.
6:12
6:18
6:19
Cooking dinner
6:27
7:14
Putting leftovers away
7:27 Getting a beer
8:11
8:41
9:12
9:14
10:15
Getting a beer
10:22 Getting a snack
10:27 Getting a beer


Wear special contact lenses so your friends can see what you see.

3:47:20 Computer monitor
3:48:22 Phone, incoming call from Jack
3:48:28 Sheila from accounting's chest as she walks by
3:48:30 Sheila from accounting's butt
3:48:40 Computer monitor
posted by Secret Life of Gravy at 6:45 AM on December 14, 2009 [14 favorites]


Blippy? Is this run by that smiley face with arms and legs from Pearls Before Swine? I knew that thing was more evil than a guard duck and a fluffy cat put together.

I guess that thing's Bippy. Hm.

Maybe they're related?
posted by Neofelis at 6:50 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


Volunteering to put a microchip on your genitals. Lets your friends see when, how often you are aroused. You just need to fill in the "why."

Or just rig your (or your friend's) honeymoon bed to upload to Twitter.
posted by octothorpe at 6:58 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


Here's a little more info: http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/12/11/blippy/

The 'pud' in the teaser graphic is apparently the same 'pud' from fuckedcompany.com:
http://twitter.com/pud

The lack of an 'about us' link, or a privacy policy (even for a 'beta') gives me a hinky feeling.
posted by device55 at 7:26 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


There's gonna be a meter on your bed
That will disclose





What everybody knows.
posted by louche mustachio at 7:48 AM on December 14, 2009 [2 favorites]


For the record:

Registrant:
Blipify, Inc.
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
posted by roll truck roll at 7:54 AM on December 14, 2009


Such a company does exist. That still doesn't mean this is real.
posted by grouse at 8:01 AM on December 14, 2009


Combine this with the I-Phone Credit Card Swiper and you'll get

Ron Thanagar spent $125.00 for an eighth of kind bud at Some Guy in Girard Park
posted by Ron Thanagar at 8:07 AM on December 14, 2009


$125 for an eighth?!? Hopefully it was snowcapped with a lil' cocaine.
posted by porn in the woods at 8:09 AM on December 14, 2009 [3 favorites]


Awesome! No, wait, what's the opposite of awesome? Because that's what this app is.
posted by mkultra at 8:14 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


This is way more complicated than necessary. Just make your annual income and net worth your facebook status.

Why stop there? Why not include your FICO score?
posted by blucevalo at 8:22 AM on December 14, 2009


Why not include your FICO score?

A friend once showed me a woman's ad on an online dating site. It said that, as a minimum qualification, any potential suitors would have to know their own FICO score. It didn't explicitly say they had to disclose it, but I still thought it was an odd requirement.
posted by grouse at 8:35 AM on December 14, 2009


The automation aspect may be different, but in spirit this is the same as the thousand "Sally is a fan of Product X" groups/announcements everyone gets spammed with on Facebook. That is to say: identity through consumption and taste. Maybe in the land of 3000 friends, you start to appreciate that you're not all that unique, and it's only the combination of Hello Kitty toothbrush, original glow-in-the-dark frisbee, and Pokemon backpack that make you who you are. Blah.
posted by Durn Bronzefist at 8:40 AM on December 14, 2009


In Horace Rumpole's wallet now:

$5 bill
Grocery store receipt
Dry cleaning receipt
Reminder card for next haircut appointment

Click here to friend Horace Rumpole's wallet.
posted by Horace Rumpole at 8:49 AM on December 14, 2009


Some people consider "Things I Have Purchased Recently" to be a can't-fail conversation starter. (I like to think I'm not like that myself, but I can hardly judge such a thing.) So I'm not so surprised someone had an idea for a service like this.

But I wonder if the Twitter-like efficiency of a system like this will negate the conversation-starter "value" of the very information it transmits. Maybe this could be a good thing. If you've already broadcast the news about your new TV or whatever, you'll be expected to have some more interesting news for face-to-face conversation.

Or on the other hand your face-to-face could just get worse, I guess.
posted by Western Infidels at 9:06 AM on December 14, 2009


Finally someplace to post my Magnum condom and yacht polish purchases.
posted by Challahtronix at 9:15 AM on December 14, 2009


Twitter
just met this nice guy online hes a real prince lol #africa

Facebook
shakespeherian is feeling helpful.

Classmates.com
Ask me about my generosity.

Myspace
Expecting to come into a lot of money soon thx to my new friendz!!1

Blippy
shakespeherian spent $25,601.92 at Click From Nigeria
Laptops, IPODs, Playstation, Original Premiership Jerseys, Wedding Gifts, Electronics.
posted by shakespeherian at 9:21 AM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


But I wonder if the Twitter-like efficiency of a system like this will negate the conversation-starter "value" of the very information it transmits.

That's kind of my big question about all online social networking doohickeys. Facebook can expand the number of people whose lives you're aware of exponentially, but it's impossible to increase the number of lives you actually participate in nearly as quickly.
posted by roll truck roll at 9:36 AM on December 14, 2009


This article started my week off on a dystopian note, so thanks.

I join the others who thought this was biting satire on the narcissistic tendencies of social media. And then I read the links. And then I despaired.
posted by mrdaneri at 10:02 AM on December 14, 2009


This guy hates you.

Dude lives on the corner of Fake Lane and Landfill Road. His receipt of my junk mail addressed to Sir Harold Cockbasket IV must be the least of his problems.
posted by cmonkey at 10:21 AM on December 14, 2009 [4 favorites]


I didn't doubt this was real, because hey, people will jump into it...as dumb as it is.
posted by maortiz at 10:40 AM on December 14, 2009


mrdaneri: "This article started my week off on a dystopian note, so thanks.

I join the others who thought this was biting satire on the narcissistic tendencies of social media. And then I read the links. And then I despaired.
"

Thank you. I'm preparing a breathtaking post of crushing agony that explains the backstories of several pictures for small children comics for next week. I hope you like it. Well, not that you like it, but you know, that you read it. And favorite it. Regardless of your intent in favoriting, I'll take it as a sign that you're as horribly depressed and frustrated with your life as I am with mine.

Stay tuned!
posted by boo_radley at 11:13 AM on December 14, 2009


A friend once showed me a woman's ad on an online dating site. It said that, as a minimum qualification, any potential suitors would have to know their own FICO score. It didn't explicitly say they had to disclose it, but I still thought it was an odd requirement.

My impression would be that implicit in the request to "know" your score is a passive-aggressive signal that you both "know" said score and also are self-impressed enough with it to volunteer it in a casual dating conversation.
posted by blucevalo at 11:18 AM on December 14, 2009


So odd. No one has ever told me their FICO score in person ever. The only ones I know are those of anonymous internet commenters.
posted by grouse at 11:26 AM on December 14, 2009


boo_radley: I'm preparing a breathtaking post of crushing agony that explains the backstories of several pictures for small children comics for next week.

What do you mean by backstories? About the creators or the characters or the backstories for specific strips or what?
posted by shakespeherian at 11:38 AM on December 14, 2009


His receipt of my junk mail addressed to Sir Harold Cockbasket IV must be the least of his problems.

Well, now I know where all my paychecks have been going. Thanks.

---Harold Cockbasket Lokken
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 11:39 AM on December 14, 2009


Pud also started AdBrite, which is a relatively large online ad network with a relatively skeezy array of sites. He seems to make these grimy ideas work (read as: make money).
posted by ejoey at 12:24 PM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


This is likely a sign of the coming apocalypse.
posted by LakesideOrion at 12:26 PM on December 14, 2009


> I see "cat" spent $3.55 at In-N-Out Burger
Which naturally makes me curious: did she haz cheezburger?

posted by UbuRoivas

Those are good burgers, Walter.
posted by Greg_Ace at 1:10 PM on December 14, 2009


Can I configure it to only show things I purchased ironically?
posted by Legomancer at 1:19 PM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


Homer Simpson spent $112.34 at Li'l Value Mart

- porno magazine
- large box of condoms
- bottle of Old Harper
- 2 panty shields
- box of illegal fireworks
- 1 2 disposable enemas
posted by The Card Cheat at 4:36 PM on December 14, 2009 [1 favorite]


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