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TekTuk: Making Domestic Violence Fun Again

Remember those moments on the classic TV comedy The Honeymooners when Ralph Kramden would threaten his wife by saying something like, “One of these days, POW! Right in the kisser!” But that blowhard Ralph Kramden, unlike the man in the TekTuk commercial, was all talk. It’s a good thing they didn’t have iPads back in the 1950s, otherwise Ralph would have sent Alice to a place even farther than “to the moon.”

What better way to sell an organizer for iPods and smartphones than to show a man weeping at the grave of the woman he murdered!

One of the greatest benefits of TekTuk—other than preventing you from slaughtering your girlfriend in a fit of rage—is that it will free up so much floor space for your massive stash of multi-colored, foil-wrapped chocolate coins, very convenient for a midnight snack:

Also, it’s good to see that Meg Whitman has lost weight and is keeping busy after her failed California gubernatorial campaign:


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  • 5 Responses to “TekTuk: Making Domestic Violence Fun Again”

  • By killing his girlfriend he freed up space in his bed, and by using Tek Tuk he freed up space on the carpet for his pile of condoms. “Twisted Logic” is right!

    Comment by euGene on September 10, 2013 at 12:21 pm

  • How many times has this happened to me? Enough that they call me the iPad Killer down on D Block.

    Oops, warden’s coming, gotta go…

    Comment by Paul on September 10, 2013 at 10:38 pm

  • Just goes to show that having a little bit of fun with a product will make at least one person upset. Geez – really?!?

    Comment by Kevin Jennings on September 11, 2013 at 9:30 pm

  • First, his exaggerated “joke” of killing his girlfriend in a rage, then his monotone plea for funds? What a weird commercial. I wonder if he will succeed with the Tek Tuk.

    Comment by Liz on September 12, 2013 at 8:21 am

  • Ho ho, the epidemic of women getting murdered by husbands or boyfriends is perfect comedic fodder with which to promote a product that’s only necessary for people who can’t figure out how to clear off their nightstand.

    Comment by Canaduck on January 25, 2014 at 10:46 am

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