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Posted on September 11, 2012 | by Bridget | 19 Comments
Thanks to Sara for spotting this.
Am I the only one who calls a nose, nose and hooters something else?
Category humor, WTF Wednesday | Tags: hooters
Maybe these are for cleanup AFTER your hooters get blown on??
What is getting blown on them?
Excuse me, do you have a tissue? My hooter is running.
I hate it when that happens…
I’ve heard of ‘honker’, but hooter? Nope. I’m pretty much with you.
That makes two of us. With me. And hooters.
Maybe they are reminder tissues? Say, if I need to blow my hooter, then that should remind me that I left my baby somewhere.
If that’s the case, then I wish I’d had these when the twinkies were little.
Can’t imagine what they call toilet paper
I don’t even want to try.
The comments are almost as funny as the picture. You have some hysterical readers!
I do. Funny people are awesome.
Seriously, the owl makes me think of looking at someone that has alot hanging out… an eyesore moment. But,lost from the tissue’s motto the marketing people were all out with the flu. There must be a good reason behind it. How it got approve for the market, beats me???
Should have been something like
honker (as mention above)
Possibly. But, do we really need instructions on tissues? I think even the least intelligent among us (me) could figure it out.
Your hooters didn’t run when the boys were babies and they would cry and you were in a public place and your hooters were so big that milk dripped onto your foot?
But I didn’t use tissue to fix that problem!
I saw this weeks ago and thought nothing of it. Why? Because A) I’m not a pervert (like you all are)and B)hooter is slang for nose in England. Guess I’m just a classy gal with bad teeth.
A classy gal with bad teeth? You certainly sound like you’re from England.
Maybe it was made by Ikea.
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