Sears Sells Grill to Cook Babies

Finally! Sears took my suggestion seriously:

GrillBaby

They’re claiming their website was just under attack.

But we all know they’re just caving in to some customers’ complaints… :)

(Thanks to Wendy for the link!)

  • David D.G.

    Hemant, I love your regular blogging. But I still consider your running gag of eating babies to be puerile, offensive, and not the least bit funny. It is unworthy of you.

    Mostly, I just skip these things, but I felt that for once I should say my peace. Having done so, I’ll now go back to ignoring these and simply enjoy your regular blogging. Thanks for letting me vent.

    ~David D.G.

  • http://blaghag.blogspot.com Jennifurret

    David, you don’t like eating babies?! What kind of atheist are you?

  • http://noadi.blogspot.com Noadi

    You may not like it but I get endless entertainment out of these posts, especially babies dressed as food. Everyone needs they’re juvenile bit of humor and I prefer baby eating to fart jokes.

  • Matt

    I hope Laurie Higgins realizes your post is just a joke as she’ll undoubtedly be reading this. Obviously, we atheists prefer our babies fried – not grilled. Seriously who eats grilled babies?

  • David D.G.

    Noadi said:

    Everyone needs they’re juvenile bit of humor and I prefer baby eating to fart jokes.

    Well, yeah, I’d say that this sort of thing is easily superior to flatulence jokes or any other sort of “bathroom humor.” But that’s setting the bar pretty darned low.

    ~David D.G.

  • http://3harpiesltd.org/ocb Judith Bandsma

    Sorry put a comment in the wrong place. Will fix that now.

  • Ron in Houston

    Now the David D.G. has vented, I love the running joke. Besides, the baby pictures were priceless. I still smile about the baby with the lobster hat.

  • Wendy

    I mean we do know WHY Hemant talks about the baby eatin’ right? I know I’ve been called an immoral atheist baby eater at least ONCE from the lovely people here in Texas. At least we can laugh about it

    Plus babies as food? Nothing better

    /have not dressed my babies as food
    //yet–October 2009 might be the year

  • ccubeman

    I consider How to Raise Your IQ By Eating Gifted Children by Lewis Frumkes one of my all-time favorites.

  • http://logofveritas.blogspot.com Veritas

    This is now making the rounds at work. Hemant, another great find.

  • Robert Thille

    I eat the unborn! Scrambled unborn chickens are the best!

  • cypressgreen

    What a scam. Any atheist cooks worth their salt could cook baby on any grill just as well as in some fancy schmancy contraption. I’ll stick with my 55 gallon drum grill, thank you very much.

  • Hal in Howell MI

    You mean eating babies is only a joke? I was looking forward to sharing recipes.

  • Carlie

    If one is a fat acceptance atheist, one can also have baby-flavored donuts. They are awesome.

  • Epistaxis

    Their website wasn’t “under attack” by a certain party; they just configured it very stupidly and everyone on the internet found out how to manipulate it.

  • http://marag.livejournal.com Mara

    Darn it, where did I put that photo of my daughter in the roasting pan next to the Thanksgiving turkey? (The turkey was several pounds bigger…)

  • Abstruse

    Those parties that manipulated the website were maybe referencing the case of the Detroit couple that attempted to cremate their baby on the grill?

  • Hankins

    I too vote with the baby jokes are not funny and a bit disgusting.

    It’s hard to claim I hold myself to a higher standard and then have prominent atheists sinking to such a low level. Seriously, how is eating babies funny?

    People’s biggest complaint about atheists is they must be twisted with no morals and here you do everything you can to promote that idea by telling sophomoric jokes.

    Frankly, it’s embarrassing and below Hemant’s character. I think he has been hanging out with the H.S. crowd too much as his sense of humor appears to be stuck there.

  • Bacopa

    Humans taste like that dark cut of the pork tenderloin. Human muscles are all like that dark center cut tenderloin. Chimps and gorillas are strong, but ask a chimp to carry 10kg across a 5KM wide field on a day when the temp exceeds 37C. Chimp and gorilla can’t do it, but most humans can. Our rich and dark muscles along with our naked skin and sweat glands make this possible.

  • http://www.theemperorwearsnoclothes.com Ben Pelham

    Mmm. Fresh grilled baby.
    “Madam, there’s no such thing as a tough child. If you parboil them first for seven hours, they always come out tender. (W.C. Fields)
    Seriously though, I wonder how many babies die every year partly as the result of large corporations using the cheapest possible labour to make luxury goods in third-world countries for the West.


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