FaceInHole.com: I am not kidding.

There are so many jokes I could make about this…but I thought I’d just leave it up to you. Because I am overwhelmed.

 
Click “Read More” to read the press release about this amazing, amazing website. 

Press Release

Jun 10, 2008 09:00 ET

Embarrass Your Co-workers; Make Yourself Look Cool and Your Friends Look Like Dweebs all With a Few Clicks of the Mouse on FACEinHOLE.com

LISBON, June 10/PRNewswire/ — Haven’t you ever wanted to see what you’d look like as Harry Potter, James Bond, Paris Hilton, one of the Rolling Stones or even Shrek? Well now you can with FACEinHOLE.com.

If you have ever gone to a fair or a carnival party and got your picture taken in a scenario where they had a girl in a bikini or a muscled hunk with their face cut out, then you know the drill.

With this great free web application you can easily select a scenario among hundreds available and then upload a picture or use your web cam to place your face in the set. After that you can resize, rotate or adjust skin tones to make it look authentic. You can even add comic-like balloons to make your picture look funnier.

Use it to make birthday cards, to play a prank or just to have fun. In addition you can easily add the pictures to your Facebook or MySpace profile.

FACEinHOLE.com also collaborates with companies and media agencies to provide great viral marketing campaigns.

You can access the online media kit (available in English) with high-resolution photos by using the link below or by visiting FACEinHOLE’s website http://www.faceinhole.com and selecting media on the bottom menu.

http://www.faceinhole.com/media.asp

About FACEinHOLE.com:
FACEinHOLE.com is based in Lisbon, Portugal. It was founded in 2008 and is privately held. The company develops a viral application that allows users to insert their faces in predefined scenarios creating a personalized picture that can be sent by email or embedded in a social network profile.

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I’ll show you face in hole! Had to say it.

Juice Box With No Straw = Confusion.

Does anybody remember the juice box that bitch-slapped all other juice boxes?

Marketed as the juice box for “adults,” BoKu was bigger than the others and had no straw, just a peel-back spout.

Circa 1989, I would steal these juice boxes from my parents, and I would think: “Finally, I am fully grown – my juice box is larger than before, and has no puny straw to stifle me from my full juice-drinking capabilities.” I became a woman when I drank my first BoKu.

Anyway, nobody could figure out why adults needed their own juice box (boxes of wine I totally understand), and the product folded shortly after its inception. What a sad, sad day that was for Richard Lewis.

Check out this guy’s rant on BoKu, hilarity: www.x-entertainment.com