Always check the merchandise.

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15 Responses to Always check the merchandise.

  1. Jordan says:

    Pure genius with the title–thanks for the laugh.

  2. Just Being Me says:

    That was quite witty. I laughed out loud.

  3. Erik says:

    Hey, um normally I really like your index cards. They’re witty and pointed. This one shows some insensitivity towards transexual/transgender folks, and that’s kinda not cool.

  4. gem says:

    That’s inspired, Jessica! Very, very good.

  5. gem says:

    Jessica, I hope you just keep doing what you are doing and don’t cotton to the politically correct police who are so busy being politically correct they have forgotten how to laugh at things that are, well, just plain funny.

  6. Anonymous says:

    As one of those ‘transgendered folk’ myself, I don’t find this insensitive. Keep up the good work, Jessica!
    p.s. Thank you for defending our honour erik, you are very sweet!

  7. Robert says:

    Pardon me while I wipe the coffee off my monitor.

  8. Ulliz says:

    Robert: Im sure you´ll be excused. As long as it is just coffee that needs wiping off;)

    Couldn´t helt it.
    Jessica: I really enjoy your blog!

  9. Clarixiña says:

    SO funny!

  10. Jessica Hagy says:

    Oh, I meant no offense.

    But if I can see up your skirt, the cables that suspend my disbelief will snap.


  11. Chipaca says:

    I’m either particularly obtuse today, or there is something very U S of A-centric in the right-hand-side venn diagram. Anybody care to throw a hint my way?

  12. Anonymous says:

    As a reader of your blog for a couple months now I must say that this is definetly the best one yet.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Hmm, not to be an annoying pedant, but unless you mean that you’re not buying any Times Square Rolexes which are made out of a combination of Florida swampland and expired milk, I think in the second diagram you really want A to be the union, rather than the intersection.

  14. ziptie says:

    @ Anonymous (2): I was actually about to post how I enjoyed the asymmetry in the use of the two different diagrams with the same punchline.

    @ Chipaca: Both the swampland and “rolex” are likely to be poor purchases. One presumes that purchasing sour milk is also a poor choice.

  15. mUdd says:


    my coworker put this one on the door of our office…