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September 24, 2008



I concur. I was helping my mother move and was filling a box and boy, did I wish I had a Tiger Taco. I couldn't believe it! They're more useful than you'd think.


Give me a break, this is just a thinly veiled tiger taco ad! Who do you think you are fooling you multinational tiger taco gestapo!


"I shall never move again, but if I do, I'm getting some Tiger Tacos."

Sounds like a thinly disguised "Bitch gon' get a Taco."


Why not decoupage a real taco? Probably cheaper... unless Chris is just gonna give 'em out to everyone.

chris miller

ROFL at Jason's "multinational Tiger Taco gestapo" ("ve vill rule de box vorld")
I have sent free tacos to CWC minions because I respect his creative and honest vision, but mostly I'm down with Libby on running away from home to shoot heroin because life sucks big hairless rats most days; boo-hoo, pity poor me. (TMI)

Ana Bananna

omg, that's exactly what i was thinking when chrissy did his schtick. but he's so cute when he's being sarcastic!

mmmmmmmmmmm, chrissy....

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, tacos.........

Melissa H.

22 years worth of crap. Holy moly I'm getting twitchy just thinking about it. I HATE moving, and I've only had to move a couple years worth of stuff at a time.

Courtney in Arkansas

Bitch gonna to get a taco next time.

Don't take it with you

Most people around here who move have a MOVING SALE - they sell crap like that gawd-awful sun/start clock thing on the wall. Or did that come with the house?


I am the Wendy. Yes, we had 2 moving sales. I took many, many carloads of reusable items to Goodwill, Dress for Success, and the Salvation Army. I spent all summer shredding old documents and making weekly trips to the paper recycling. I recycled my old sports awards for the metal content. I sold books to Powell's Books and donated most of the rest.

As a result, all our stuff fits into the new house.

The clock was made by my now-departed father-in-law and given to us as an unsolicited gift. It stopped running years ago and couldn't be repaired, but I wasn't going to be the one to take it off the wall.



shipping boxes

I am totally agreed with you.. I have also moved from Alaska to London and really it's very difficult to manage the boxes.. It's really the one of the hard stuff I faced at that time.. but now I am more concerned about this point and always take precautions while I move to somewhere else.. Anyways thanks for sharing your experience with us..


People deserve very good life and credit loans or consolidation loan will make it better. Just because freedom relies on money.

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