Voting, and flying ponies

4 November 2008 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in art, mind control, politics | 10 Comments »

The great thing about voting is that not only does voting bring you a flying pony and make rainbows fly out your ass, it also makes rainbows fly out of flying ponies’ asses. And that, dear friends, is what it’s all about.

This could be you! Now go vote!

This could be you! Now go vote!

  1. 10 Responses to “Voting, and flying ponies”

  2. By Aaron Kinney on 4 November 2008

    The pony is wincing with joy! 😀

    That does it, I’m gonna head to the polls and get myself a pony with rainbows flying out its ass!

    Hey, whichever candidate wins, can we see rainbows fly out their ass too?

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 4 November 2008

    Sorry, the rainbows fly out of YOUR ass, right behind the pony. Lube well.

  4. By Peter Kovar on 4 November 2008

    well actually I’m not sure I get the metafore. Why is this blog so biased against non-native English speakers? 🙂

  5. By Ethan Lee Vita on 4 November 2008

    Well, I must have missed this earlier so I commented on an earlier post. Just feeling blah about argument about how I don’t care because I refuse to vote.

  6. By David Z on 5 November 2008

    I successfully mocked teh vote. And took pictures of my ballot, in defiance of yet another stupid law.

  7. By Aaron Kinney on 5 November 2008

    Hey Mike, there was a big upset tonight. The fucking DRE 700 won the election!

  8. By Aaron Kinney on 5 November 2008

    Mike, does your comments section reject web links? I tried to post a link and it didn’t accept it! 🙁

  9. By Seth on 5 November 2008

    Once again, delivers emergency relief humor to the downtrodden freedom lover. haha, love it.

  10. By Mike Gogulski on 5 November 2008

    Aaron: It should work, I have wordpress set to allow up to 100 links per comment. Akismet may be rejecting it, but I don’t know why.

  11. By Rebekah on 5 November 2008

    Hahahahahah! That amused me greatly.

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