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Thursday, August 11

Mr. Happy Crack Ain't the Only One that's Happy

Yesterday a Sidney Crackstein from St. Louis' Crack Team left a comment by my original Mr. Happy Crack post (making the streets of St. Louis safe again). I removed the post entirely and e-mailed Mr. Crackstein to be certain he was all right with my voluntary endorsement of his fine crack-loving company. Needless to say, I was struck with ultimate delight when I received the following e-mail from Mr. Happy Crack himself, addressing my concern that Minnesotans like myself have cracks up the wazoo--especially after the winter months:
Sylvia: Hopefully Minnesota will be seeing Mr. Happy Crack very soon, as we have plans on opening an office in your fair city within the next few months. I just can't sleep at night knowing a large group of very nice people have cracks up their wazoos. It pains me Sylvia. Regarding our image on your blog, don't be silly. Slap it up there as you wish...And as a reciprocal measure we'd be delighted to send you a free Mr. Happy Crack tshirt for the nice mention on your site. May all your cracks be happy, Mr. Happy Crack

5 comments:

Xolo said...

That cracks me up...

Sorry. :P

Sarcasticboy said...

I'm surprised that a fine enterprise as The Crack Team and Mr. Happy Crack himself would even want to be associated with a blog that endorses eating shit to excel, stepping on dogs because they're cute, and biting off the heads of chocolate animals then taking pictures of them mutilated like a sick pervert.

As a member of the Concerned Parents of America, I shall lead a protest against Mr. Happy Crack and ensure that America knows Mr. Happy Crack isn't all that he's cracked up to be.

Daily Texican said...

this is freakin' hillarious.

Elenamary said...

you brought a smile to my face.

Anonymous said...

Actually, in some societies, women consider a dry crack a not-so-happy crack....know what I mean?