The title is pretty self-explanatory. Please enjoy my insanity while I get some stuff out of my system.
This is a sign that I'd like to see displayed across American fast food restaurants.
hahaha. Mr. T Pooh is awesome. I'd totally wear that shirt.
I do love the sign, but these days fast food places have double doors. If you can't get through those then you're lucky to be alive really.
High five, man. High five. You deserve it.
Love the Pooh Mr. T!
You are funny!
Like sporkgasm said, if you make that Winnie the Pooh Mr. T picture into a shirt, I'd definitely buy it. That's hilarious.
The Mr T Pooh is a laugh out loud joy! So funny... I really do love it! :-)
Alternative caption: "I pooh on tha fool"If you have any more of these types of things, I'd love to see them.
Seriously, a little sick. So, why am I laughing so hard.
LOL- love the Mr. T Pooh!! So great.
I love the sign!! :D x
Well, that squashed any desire I had for fast food LOL =PP
I pity the pooh! lmao!
I do love Mr Pooh Mr T mashup!
I want a A Winnie the Pooh Mr. T cuddly toy :D
Hahaha! I love it :)
It's true. There's something about a burger, from what I can remember, that just feels amazing in the tummy.
I think a truthful sign would be "You really don't want to know how we made this stuff!"
That is hilarious! The stomach ache thing is true. Once you stop eating fast food, it will stop looking good in any way whatsoever! High five!But poor pooh bear!
I like the idea I read somewhere of a restaurant that's also a gym. And before you eat your meal you have to burn off the equivalent of what you're going to eat. Want a 500 calorie sandwich? Then burn off 500 calories first. You burned off 500 calories but want a 650 calorie burger? Too bad, fatty, get back on that treadmill and work for it!...Unfortunately, because of lawsuits, this idea would probably never happen. But that doesn't mean it shouldn't.
So cute, Barb! You've definitely got a winner & potential bestselling T-shirt/mug/etc with Mr. T Pooh! :D
I was skeptical about this blog, but then I saw Mr T Pooh, and now I cannot be skeptical about anything, ever.
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