Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Robot Update

I had mentioned before that Asian chicks dig robots. Well, it looks like some white chicks do too...

Monday, January 29, 2007

Matsby Fact

Matsby Fact:

Sometimes I wish my son and daughter were robots.

Because robots don't poop in their pants.

Robot Fact

Robot Fact:

Robots prefer Pringles to regular potato chips.

Because they hate when they are eating regular potato chips and their pinchers get all greasy and covered in crumbs and they wipe their pichers on their shirt and it makes a big stain.


A little piece of advice:

Never trust a robot with a mustache.

Come to think of it, a good rule of thumb would be to never trust anyone with a mustache!

Including walruses...


Did you know that some robots can "transform" into cars or trucks? That's right. So next time you see a car or truck, you need to remember that it might actually be a robot.

For example, look at this Semi truck.

I know - it just looks like a regular old Semi truck doesn't it?

But remember what I warned you about...

That semi is actually a robot named Optimus Prime!

Interesting Robot Fact

So since we have been discussing robot sexuality, I thought I would let you in on an interesting robot fact along those same lines:

Whether you are a wussy little ifBot,

Or a bad ass, old HardcoreBot,

Asian chicks will dig you!

Sexual Preference

Last year, Gay Robot 3000's coming out of the closet was a real eye-opener for alot of pleople who were not aware that robots had sexual preference. Perhaps we should then get this out of the way before we go any further.

Some robots like girls.

Some robots like boys.

Some like other robots.

No, I'm just kidding. Everyone knows C3PO's gay.

Let's Talk About Robots

Last year I met a very interesting blogger who would change my life forever. He was a robot - In fact, he was a Gay Robot (model 3000). At first I was unsure how to best deal with this robot as I was raised in a community where we only really see robots on TV. Also as I mentioned, he was gay.

At first we didn't get along. And then we did. Then we didn't again. But then we put everything behind us and we got along again. Then we didn't for a while - and then we did.

Anyway, to make a long story short, Gay Robot 3000 opened my eyes to many robot issues that I had never considered prior to our meeting. And since our meeting, I have done my homework and I have become a bit of a robot expert.

I decided to start this blog to help open your eyes to the world of robots. I hope you enjoy...