Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The Jack Sh*t Players Go Camping





















47 comments:

  1. umm wow!! ive always been kinda afraid to comment on your posts although i LOVE reading them!! You are such a special and gifted person and so many of us draw inspiration from you.

    Your look at weight loss is unique and refreshing. I love it!!

    btw... how can bird crap his pants when he doesn't have any lol.. let alone a crapper!!!

    Trina~

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  2. LMAO....I think there is something seriously wrong with you and I love it. :)

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  3. You are so friggin funny BUT always a message to be heard! Love it!

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  4. That was all kinds of awesome. Love love love your blog. (And the Jack SH*t Players, too.)

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  5. Not bad... Now to one up you, I must grab all of my son's playmobile accessories such as helmets and vests and hats and create a more dramatic scene. Well played.... well played.

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  6. How on EARTH do you come up with these things???

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  7. Too funny... but a great message too. Thanks for the post.

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  8. Entertaining and educational, what more could your blog readers ask for?!

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  9. Ummmm, Richard and Mount Anita? Totally trumps any of my posts - shart, hoohah, or otherwise. Hillfreakinglarious.

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  10. All I can think is that I'm wondering how Mount Anita feels about all this.

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  11. Jack......you have really done it now....I am speechless!

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  12. Bwahahahahahaha. That's all I got.

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  13. Well, alrighteeee then. Great way to begin my day.

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  14. OMGosh!!!! Still laughin"!!!! I Loved this.... you are so creative in the way you deliver your info ... thanks for the lesson on HBP and thanks for the morning chuckle!!!

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  15. Love the Jack Sh*t Players! A good message too! I want to add that high blood pressure can also be inherited. My son who is 21, skinny and physically active has mild hypertension as does his dad and as did his granddad. He doesn't like the idea of taking medication at his age but realizes the importance of it.

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  16. TO FUNNY!! Either you have a lot of free time or you need to teach some of use how to draw on ourselves in a hurry!!! Loved it!

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  17. You're such a goof. Thank goodness.

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  18. LMAO! Love the foot! Hilarious.

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  19. Bigfoot is creepy :)
    How you come up with all of this and deliver such a great message - well you are on to something there Jack!
    Way to go!

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  20. ADORABLE!

    My mom used to do this whole thumb people thing with us when we were kids. Called them PooDoo and FooDoo. And I thought SHE was crazy! =P

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  21. LOL! Great way to send a message! :D

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  22. LOL is that a foot monster? Great way to get across an important message!

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  23. Haha! Footie looks like that orange monster from the Bugs Bunny/WB cartoons. I want to do its nails and remark how "monsters are such INteresting people." But, oh yeah, about HBP, very very good point.

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  24. Good point!! Made with your foot!! Well, and some fingers!

    Thanks!

    WeighDownSouth.com

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  25. Where do you come up with this sh*t?

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  26. You are extremely strange but I find myself helplessly addicted to you. I think you hit that weird spot in my soul that has been empty for so long.
    Enjoying my incredible bike in an insane fashion. I now have a basket but need something more stable than yellow yarn to secure it to Lulubelle. My husband is now joining me in a nightly ride, which is a completely unexpected joy. I knew I would ride with the kids but never thought he would. Today I rode to the school to take a kid his glasses then hit the grocery store. Yes, I had a goofy smile on my face the entire time.
    Big hugs to you Jack.

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  27. good lord you are freakin SILLYlarious.

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  28. "Big Foot" I love it lol you would have thought I would have figured that one out sooner lol.

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  29. That index is a know it all..lol.
    Bird is my big brother.
    So anywhoozle. MOUNT ANITA....RICHARD.
    okay....lol.
    like that your feet made an appearance...think I might check my blood pressure at walmart now.
    Thanks.

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  30. Awesome! Although I must question the mixed message of informing the public of the dangers of high blood pressure and then encouraging the consumption of s'mores! ;)

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  31. i've been reading you for a while, but the first time i've seen the players. good stuff!

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  32. Camp Hands!

    It doesn't help the BP to see those feet ya know.

    It's fun watching u have fun.

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  33. I have GOT to stop reading these at work. I have to explain myself to the office mates every time I start cracking up.

    Mount Anita..... heh

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  34. I've never seen a better and more humorous way to warn about high blood pressure! You remind me of some of the coolest teachers I had growing up - ya know, the ones that make the subject interesting so you remember it? :)

    Thanks for being awesome!

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  35. AHAHAHAHHA! I saw the foot coming right from the beginning but it didn't stop the surprise and RAWR of laughter!

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  36. I think this post raised my blood pressure!!

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  37. You are seriously twisted in the most hilarious way. I love your posts!

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  38. Thank you for the hilarious PSA.

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  39. HAHA! Loved the chuckles Jack- Thank you! :)

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  40. LMAO! I hope I get as crazy as you when I hit my goal weight. LOL. I loved it.

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  41. My dad just had a stroke a couple of weeks ago, due to unchecked high blood pressure. He is on meds for it now, but he's lucky because it could have been much worse. Both of my brothers suffer from it as well, and while they have both been overweight, my dad never has been. He's always been in excellent health until the stroke. It's good to get it checked even if you don't think you have a problem. Thank you for warning people about this. Hilarious as always, though. ;)

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