Thursday, March 20, 2008

ha. ha.


Ok, if these quotes indicate sarcastic (rather than authentic) laughter, they are right on. But it's still amusing, as is the awkward syntax. Thanks, Claire.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I feel like getting an electric shock.

Jamie said...

I think the "haha" quotes almost work because it's you laughing, not the author. But what about the quotes around the "AAA" battery? Not to mention the lack of an article.

This troubles me deeply. Does this mean that it contains a so-called AAA battery, which is actually a cheap Chinese impostor that does not meet the specifications of a real AAA battery? Or, should we use one of the A's as the missing article, which means it contains a AA battery.

Tatman said...

Maybe instead of there being a battery(as in one) it means that there are A A A batteries(as in three). Thus producing said electrical shock.


Sounds like fun either way. Like sticking your tongue on a 9 volt battery.

Rebekah said...

I have this sudden urge to get shocked. "haha"

l'hypocondriaque said...

where is this thing from?

Not quite the Bradys said...

Feels like an electric shock. Now that's a "selling point".

Claire said...

I found it in a magic trick shop in Singapore. I think it was a fake mp3 player that gives people a slight shock.

Anonymous said...

There actually should be quotes around "MP3 player," since I don't think it really is one.

Anonymous said...

very rarely do i actually laugh "haha." but i ALWAYS feel like getting an electric shock, on account of the coolness and the excitement.