Being the author of several bestselling humor books means a lot of folks send you funny stuff. While most of the stuff that I get usually has to do with Duct Tape, I do get a few photos that are funny, but don't fit into the duct tape genre. So, I decided to create this site to display those contributions. I generally don’t know the origin of this stuff (if I do, I’ll always credit the creator appropriately). If you have stuff come your way that you would like to share, e-mail it to me! Thanks! Tim - mayor of Parodyville.com
|The Man / The Woman
|One visitor suggested that this was an amazingly accurate representation, although "The Woman" was missing a large speaker that lets you know the second you do anything wrong, and a 5,000-page instruction manual (available only in Aramaic).|
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|A Ground Level Opportunity:
This wonderful accessory will work with all brands of cellular phones on the market today.
Let me know, as soon as possible, if you want to obtain one (or more) of these accessories before we are completely sold out. It may be a couple of months before our next shipment arrives from the factory. I have attached a photo showing you how elegant and sleek this device is.
Thank you for your support (sent to us byTrip Uhalt) Click here to see the photo attached to this email.
|Holiday Greetings (left) This was Parodyville’s sick Easter greeting.(right) Halloween: The morning after.|
They were alone in the house. It was a cold, dark stormy night. The storm had come up quickly and each time the thunder boomed he watched her jump.
She looked across the room and admired his strong appearance and wished that he would take her in his arm, comfort her, protect her from the storm, she wanted that.... then the power went out.
He raced to the sofa where she was cowering. He did not hesitate to pull her into his arms. He knew this was a forbidden union and expected her to pull back. He was surprised when she didn't resist but instead clung to him. The storm raged on... as did their growing passion and there came a moment when each knew that they had to be together. They knew it was wrong, their families would not understand, but....
So consumed in their passion they didn't hear the door or the click of the light switch ... the power was back on........ click here
Thanks to Scott Novotny for forwarding this.
|(above) A parody of a Successory Poster by Trip Uhalt using a shot from Climbing.com. Question: What's the helmet for?|