Home - by BigFurHat - October 20, 2012 - 00:15 America/New_York - 55 Comments
October 20th, 2012
I’d have to ask the author of this piece of junk WTF is the point you brainless liberal twit?
The phrase “apples and oranges” comes to mind.
Yeah, Dom Perignon is $755+ per gallon, BUT I DON’T RUN MY F***ING CAR ON IT
Pound for Pound? Bad metaphor when your talking volume. (dip shit) This is obviously some Jr, High class project with some dumb ass loser liberal teacher that’s been totally isolated from the REAL world, cheering them on.
Dumbfu**k…everything is that high priced BECAUSE gas is $3.84 a gallon.
But why is it that bottled water is more expensive that gas? legit question don’t you think? Just askin you economists.
oops..dat was coke.
And don’t you dare call me a dumbfuckmotherfucker
Tom, Fuji water is some designer water bull shit that a normal person would not waste their money on. Don’t get me wrong, somewhere, some place, the guy that came up with the bottled water idea is still laughing. Canteen anybody.
Moe Tom -
because idiots think bottled water is better than tap water, and they pay for it.
The national average for water is
1 gallon x (1CCF/7.48 gallon) x ( $0.79/CCF) = $0.11 per gallon. that is 0.11 cents per gallon.
dumbfuckmotherfucker, whahaaahaaaahaa. Good night I’m packing it in.
go to 1:45
This might not be a totally stupid chart, and we could use it to our advantage.
Take everything on this list and compare it to prices in 2008.
The food inflation prices alone would be damning!
Oh, the simpletons that make life hard.
You can spend 4 to 24 dollars a day on gas for whatever reasons. However how much bleach do you use normally in one day? And when I eat yogurt, I wish I could eat it by the gallon, but I don’t. If I drank a gallon of the Robitussin in one day, I would not only feel my cold disappear, but everything else–for good. I use a quarter size portion of shampoo, and not have the whole neighborhood showering with me to use a gallon’s worth. You get the idea. Almost like comparing apples to oranges. The Liberal mind. Why should we ever be surprised?
BFH, Bad Brad. FFS my wife told me that corned beef and cabbage tasted better when cooked with bottled water. So?
Did you watch the video I linked to?
Huh, It looks like Trayvon had a pretty spendy habit. No wonder he had to sell pot!
Yeah, let me see you put that milk or wine in the gas tank and see how far your car will go.
In fact, the one item in that chart that is needed to transport the other items is gas.
That’s because the village water smelled years ago. it has since been corrected, but just try to explain.
Hee, hee…Penn was awesome in exposing water hypocrisy.
In my opinion you could cook cabbage with water that has dripped off of God’s brow and it would still taste how a wood pulp mill smells like…and my middle name is Callahan.
Yo BFH where is that Corregeous Vid. The two lads in Lybia.?
Edith Mc. Man there is nothing like a cabbage sandwich. White bread with butter and about half an inch of green leaf cabbage. Man, better that fukin’caviar.
So … I’d like to see a chart with the different tax rates on each of these and see where gas stacks up then.
What was their chart like when they were BLAMING BUSH for high gas prices???
I wonder when their “Profit Margin Per Gallon” chart comes out??
@Moe Tom, does your wife make you sleep on the couch after you eat that cabbage sandwich?
No Shit, that’s gotta be worse then a Chili Breeze.
A cabbage and cucumber sandwich would create more than a cubic meter of gas. Let’s all covert our cars!!
Yeah, this chart is incredibly stupid. A gallon of shampoo lasts a lot longer than a gallon of gasoline. Since I have my nails done every 10 days or so, a gallon of nail polish is a lifetime supply. Etcetera, etcetera…
I watched the video. But I am not convinced.
Fur, have you ever heard of fluoridation?
My precious bodily fluids remain precious because of distilled water.
Seriously, that video was incredible Fur. We stopped with the tap filters, refrigerator gallon filtered containers, and bottled water a long time ago. We got tired of spending the money. Once in a while, on a hot day, my son will grab a cold bottle at the store, especially if he’s going on one of his long walks.
That does it!!!
From now on I’m filling my truck with Clorax
The Looking Spoon
Oil is the life blood of the world economy, none of that chart means anything without it. That we NEED it means its affordability is vital to economic viability.
It can’t be directly compared to…yogurt?!? Whoever made this deserves a tricycle for the rest of their lives, because that’s clearly all their intellect can handle.
More gas for the rest of us.
Stranded in Sonoma
Jorel — That is the only reason to even THINK about buying bottled water. Quick convenience. If you’re planning an outing, you can fill up some containers at home. If it’s a spur-of-the-moment thing, then a few bottles of store-bought water is fine.
I make powdered milk for the family. I use tap water. Tastes fine.
Massengill Douche $62.00 a gallon
Yeast guard douche $89.45 a gallon
Hepatitus vaccine $113,550 a gallon
AIDs Vaccine $2,345,000 a gallon X 1.8 million gays who’ve died from AIDs = 4 trillion 210 billion.
Now tell me again about how much Bushs wars have cost versus your peace loving free for all lifestlye.
Oh, and in my neck of the woods, milk is about $3.50 a gallon and gas is $4.50 a gallon.
Boobie the Rocket Dog
@ Moe Tom -
Is that a raw cabbage leaf, a steamed one or a thoroughly cooked one? Just the bread and BUTTER sound good right now.
Major Mal function
How much for a gallon of leftist whine?
The lefties are actually trying to claim that gas prices are okay in this day and age, and that you should feel good about it instead of angry at their Kenyan god.
I don’t think their elevator goes all the way to the top.
The guy who did this chart probably consumes several gallons of Robitusson each week.
But conservatives had SOME NERVE saying how many condoms Sandra Fluke could have purchased with three thousand dollars.
sure, the hippies probably consume more designer bottled water than gasoline in a week since cars are evil and they ride their bicycles and take the bus everywhere.
academics tend to forget that the working class who support them actually need to drive cars and (gasp) trucks in the course of the day in order to build and maintain the communistic academic utopia in which their argument with that chart makes sense.
btw look @ the cost/gal of printer ink. the outrage!
First, where the hell is milk 6 bucks a gallon? second, I don’t use 30 gallons of orange juice a week. Library fuck
Czar of Defenestration
I wonder what he pays for a gallon of semen.
You’re right…this chart is pointless.
Some of those items make about as much sense as these:
Gallon of Gold = $220,000
Gallon of 2003 Dom Perignon = $800
As Breitbart would say, “So?”
Gallon of shit.
Like the dead white dude said about the dead French dudes: “They know the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
That must be upper level economics for an affirmative action student.
CLEARLY this shows that food prices are WAY TOO HIGH. What we now need is the ObamaFood plan (similar to ObamaCare). Food companies are clearly making obscence profits and are driving up the costs at the expense of Main Street. We need to level the playing field and provide access to to quality food for everyone. My grandmother, lives in Florida, yesterday she went to buy some asparagus annnnnd… BLAH BLAH BLAH.
Maudie N Mandeville
She forgot a quart of Fame Daddy sperm – $785,000/white daddy; – $827,000/asian daddy; – $29.99 Buy one-Get one free/Long-legged Mack-Daddy
That’s beautiful, finally a chart that details all the everyday things that the cost has exploded on under Obama.
Finally, One Chart Libs and Cons Agree On | Lady Liberty 1885
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not really intersted
i never listened to hannity much, but, didn’t he do dem shit like that?
Boobie. I should be boiled. Mustard, salt and pepper. Yummy.
Doesn’t this kinda negate the “Greedy Oil Company” BullShit?
not the droid you seek
First up, as mentioned, someone needs to do a chart listing from 2008 for comparison.
Second up, the chart is dumb on its face. How are you supposed to average shampoo price when it ranges from 1 to 30 dollars for an 8 oz bottle? Is Dom Perignon on the oft-purchased list? So much stupid.
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