March 23, 2004

Explanations? Anyone?

Would someone please explain the appeal here? To me? Not something I'm going to sprint to the cash register to buy.



Posted by Chris at March 23, 2004 8:57 PM
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Christ on a Cracker.... that's creepy. I don't understand the appeal either. I could not open that book (it is a book right?). I have bad enough nightmares as it is. Where did you hear about this??

Posted by: Tjej at March 23, 2004 9:21 PM

I totally understand the appeal. It's so you feel better about your own life. Like, after reading that, my swollen feet and hemorroids won't be such a big deal, I'd be all "wow, I could have been shredded by Piranhas but instead I just have a swollen ass. Thank you God!"

Or something like that.

Posted by: yvonne at March 23, 2004 10:01 PM

...maybe some people LIKE being shredded by a piranha - i prefer being shredded by a Guinness, myself.

Posted by: sledge at March 23, 2004 10:09 PM

mmmm this would be a book for people who have no lives. and that they think this is what real life is. pfft weirdos

Posted by: Maureen at March 23, 2004 10:12 PM

It ranks up there with the 'Faces of Death' movies. For the errant seekers of horrific demise! You know, your Uncle Bob? No really...it's for the rubber neckers who pass a crash hoping to see the gore so they can go home and tell Uncle Bob all about it! Then Uncle Bob hops in his 1973 Ford Ranger for a little lookie of his own but on the way he see's a slew of fire trucks headed down Winberry Lane so he drops that baby down to second and halls ass down that dirt road only to...er..yeah, it's for those kind of people.

Posted by: kimberlee at March 23, 2004 10:33 PM

Some people seem to enjoy watching and reading about things like that. Morbid curiosity maybe? Or it could just be that they are psychopathic freaks who should be locked away in padded cells. Who knows. As for me, if that book was laying on the coffee table. I would NOT want to read it, I probably wouldn't be able to control my curiosity though, I'd wind up peeking. I'd never ever ever buy it though. Not my thing.

Posted by: Jaded Angel at March 24, 2004 12:59 AM

duh! it has "extreme" in the title! of course it's going to be excellent & of course you're automatically going to go "wow! it has extreme in the title! it must be excellent!" like all the other gullible schmoes.

hey. wait..

Posted by: Marie at March 24, 2004 5:12 AM

sokay. Splain this to me. Why is this so different from midget porn now?

Posted by: wlfldy at March 24, 2004 7:52 AM

hi,

i lived in so called midgetville when i was 13-19 years old. there are no midgets there. i'm 55 now and there are no midgets there.

The houses were rundown then but it was a good place to live for us poor folks.

The ceilings are over six feet and the doorknobs are regular height. Yes it's rundown but it was home.

One of the current owners has a hereditary kidney disease. She needs a kidney.

The only thing I can see is the midget brains that manke up stories about the residents throwing garbage at them and etc.

Maybe one of you midget brains have a kidney that you can spare for a non-midget full grown woman that is facing a life and death situation.

You've shot off your mouths about midgets that don't exist. Maybe you can be helpful and help the ones that you have tried to make stories and fun of.

If you want to know about the real Wedderburn Station, please feel free to contact me.

Rusty

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