Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Fast, Easy, and Fun!: Part 2

The headline would be inevitable: Teen Killed In Dusting Party. This would be followed by: Dusting! The New Sex? And then: President Signs Anti-Dusting Bill – Teens Urged to Drink Instead. Serious men in suits would discuss the dangers of dusting. Oprah would have a special segment called Teen Dusting: A Mothers Heartbreak complete with testimonials from parents whos families were torn apart by dusting.

The other side, those that advocated dusting as a simple, wholesome activity, would urge teens to dust in moderation, but they would be dismissed as un-patriotic.

Eventually, dusting would be outlawed. Guns Do Not Kill People, Dusters Do. America would spend millions of dollars every year to keep dusting devices and products from being smuggled into the country. Columbian Dust Lords would get rich from black market feather dusters. Politicians would campaign on Anti-Dusting platforms and promise to make our streets and homes dusty again.

All because some company decided to make dusting fun.

Then again, maybe not :)



Anonymous said...

Sadly enough, if you take the canned duster crap for keyboards you can get a high off of it.

Duster is fun.

Jason Janicki said...

I would hazard a guess that snorting canned duster stuff for fun would be bad for you. Kids, don't snort canned keyboard duster!

And now you know.

And knowing is half the battle!