Comments: Riddled by Disclaimers

Do you realize who will find this blog entry and give you all sorts of unfriendly spam? Very funny, but I pitty your poor eyes. Thanks always for the entertainment.

Posted by joe at October 17, 2004 10:35 AM

How much caffeine did you have before this post? Woah.

Magic Erasers also take the scuffs off of little kid dress shoes. And grass stains off of sneakers. And the grey streaks my son's Medic Alert bracelet makes along every. single. wall.

In short, we heart the Magic Eraser.

Posted by Mir at October 17, 2004 12:49 PM

OK, I think you spend WAY too much time analyzing advertising jingles (did you take a college course 'cuz I haven't seen that much analyzation of a commercial since one of my college classes years ago, although yours was much funnier), but I have to agree, I LOVE the Magic Erasers too. It truly is magic.

Posted by Linda Sherwood at October 17, 2004 2:32 PM

*snort*

Posted by Heather at October 17, 2004 4:13 PM

It gets out permanent green marker. Of course, then everyone was mad at me for getting out the green marker, but it was gone! And I was glad! For a few minutes until it was made known to me that I had destroyed precious childhood memories.

Boy, I love this new house. And the Magic Eraser that helps me keep from losing our security deposit.

Posted by Jensgalore at October 17, 2004 10:48 PM

It will also take off linseed oil, danish oil, motor oil, and accumulated sawdust stuck to said oil, plus random scary black marks left on the door leading into the house from the woodhop...

Posted by Christina at October 18, 2004 11:18 AM