2.01.2008

Motivational Posters Round 28






Finally, more demotivators for you to love, revile, be confused by or be ambivalent towards. Hooray! (or "boo!" or "hunh?" or "meh")
Thanks, as always, for coming by the site. Tell your friends - I like site hits! Please leave comments, and let me know what you think.
And, as always, feel free to leave suggestions for future demotivators. I'm always in the market for ideas. Peace!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heh, very good work on equal opportunity, fair play and american christianity. American Christianity... risioluxic... (I think that is the spelling, never much for correctness...) Valentines... yeah...

I think it may be that I am tired, but Nepotism is eluding me at the moment. Another good round.

Steve

Anonymous said...

Bravo Jon! Another wonderful set for the world to enjoy (or be insulted by them). The American Christianity hits the nail on the head and Dan really likes the Fair Play one. Keep up the good work!

Michelle

_Daniel said...

I do recall the words of fair play being also words of wisdom from my Dad over the years. Kudos on Equal Opportunity as well.

Jenn said...

Sorry Jon, but I have to disagree with you on at least Equal Opportunity- technically Alan Keyes is running for president and should be getting half of the votes that would be for Obama based "solely on their race"...

Valentine's Day is backwards... it isn't that if you are horrible the rest of the year and great on V-Day you're fine, but the real story is if you're great the rest of the year and mess up V-Day, you'll be in real trouble...

It isn't all bad though- I actually like the picture you found for Fair Play.

Jenn said...

I should note that the Valentine's Day portion of my comment is meant to be tongue in cheek... if guys can joke about getting away with things because of V-Day, we should be allowed to joke about the perils of not making the day special.

Ravus Caelum said...

Understood, Jenn. More than anything, I wanted to point out the fact that it flows both ways. Normally, it's joked about in terms of the man being in the doghouse if he forgets, or that it's a holiday invented by women to get attention and chocolate. I think it's fun to turn that on it's head. Thanks for the comments, everybody. :)

Ravus Caelum said...

Oh, and Alan Keyes doesn't count.
:)

Anonymous said...

HI son, It's me again you favorite person to argue with.
Nice set.
How about doing one on Detention? I know that is a little High School but i would like it. Or how about pasta, or meatloaf, or clearance sales, or blizzards, or tornadoes, or Ebola, or bathrooms, or...
I have a rare day at work with littel to do. Can you tell????
XXXOO
Mom

Earning-my-pay said...

Fair play is my favorite of the series, all are pretty good.

Home Away from Home. said...

I'm so happy to see you back. :) Missed your work and glad to see you haven't lost your touch.
Now time to let others know you have new stuff up.
Take Care and thanks.

Seth Loven - My kingdom was siezed by the Romans said...

Just have to say, I never fought a fair fight in my life. If I can help it, I never will. I love the word play in Nepotism. Brings whole new meaning to "who do you know?" Or even "who do you work for?"

Lys said...

I liked American Christianity so much I kyyped...kiped...I stole it.