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Border patrol

Border patrol

Montreal is a fun and friendly city, but the people there dress funny. What were they wearing? Lots and lots of flipped collars. Mesh shirts. Parachute pants. Leg warmers. Acid washed jeans. I don’t know which way this stuff is flowing, but I suggest a swift crackdown at the border. Now that SARS and mad […]

plaid family

Happy Father’s Day, Moon Pappy!

Outsourcing to India

Outsourcing to India

Press Release: To better compete against the Japanese and the crack whores and to continue providing maximum shareholder value, Good Grief! will be outsourced to India beginning next month. It was a tough decision, but outsourcing Good Grief! will allow me to focus on my core competencies. I have completed the due diligence and partnered […]

Are you trying to compensate for something?

Are you trying to compensate for something?

The current Reagan-induced eighties nostalgia has prompted Good Grief! to address a serious issue: people flipping their collars like it’s 1987. It started innocently enough when Superwoman and I went to the god-awful-evil-super-mega-outlet mall and noticed flipped-collar guy being dragged around the Banana Republic factory store by his girlfriend. He was in his early twenties, […]

Good Grief! Japan

Good Grief! Japan

Hey, there’s a Japanese Good Grief! And it has little animal pictures. And games! How can I compete with games? Damn the Japanese and their infernal cuteness!

Fafblog!

Fafblog!

Is this a fable, an allegory, a metaphor, or just a story about people poundin grapefruits into a keyboard? Can it be? A political weblog that does not whine or proselytize? Maybe it does, but you’ll be so busy laughing your ass off that you won’t even notice. For example: The pie of the proletariat […]