Ok, so I just finally checked back onto my blog today. Its been most of the week, as I haven't had the time, as I had my first summer camp this week. Yes, it turned out nicely, thank you for asking. I was a genius, I must admit and only lost it one time, when one of the boys started jumping on my couch in the lobby/waiting room area.
Why do kids have to do things like that? Don't parents teach these kids any respect for anything anymore? (lots of "anys" there)
But, of course, I digress.
I had put several ads by Google on my blog, thinking that I would make, oh, I don't know, some extra cash from all four people that read my blog, when they clicked on the ad to check it out. So, normally, I don't really notice them.
But, boy howdy, I am going to start reading them from now on!!!!!
Today, I have an ad on there about men's bras.
Yeah, you heard me right, Men's bras.
Ok, so I must be naive, because I didn't really know about them, and how the heck did they get that idea to advertise on my sight for something like that? The ads usually have something to do with my posts, so its usually pretty cool, but MEN'S BRAS???
Say no more, say no more...
Wikipedia has this to say:
A brassiere (Brit. /'bɹæzɪə(ɹ)/; U.S. /bɹə'ziɹ/, commonly referred to as a bra, /bɹɑ/) is an article of clothing that covers, supports, and elevates the breasts.The bra is considered a foundation garment, as well as an undergarment, because of its role in shaping the wearer's figure. It was originally developed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to replace the corset, and has now become, in many parts of the world, the defacto method for supporting a woman's breasts.
Note the word woman. Hmmm, they didn't know either.