Top Ten Slogans Rejected By X-Box

Gathering the Top Ten Slogans Rejected by X-Box was a long and difficult process. It’s a thankless job, and payless. But when some of my pale-faced interviewees couldn’t figure out how to light their firewall because they’d never gone camping before, we were able to surround ourselves with all of the women in attendance. Social phobia seems to go hand-in-hand with video addiction. Despite this perk, camping with a bunch of avid gamers is not recommended. They did eventually give up the goods and I uncovered the top ten X-Box slogans that were ultimately rejected:

 

1.     Doing our part to lower teen pregnancy.

2.   Making it even easier to ignore your children since 2001.

3.     Objectifying virtual women in an effort to decrease the objectifying of actual women.

4.   Giving something legitimate for Republicans to complain about about millennials.

5.     We teach your kids to kill, so you don’t have to.

6.     Sure your electricity bill is up, but think of the savings by never leaving the house (not to mention hygiene products).

7.     X-Box, almost better than drugs.

8.     Hey, now you can stare at the rectangle in your living room even longer.

9.   Equality, through making all races as nerdy as white teenagers.

10. Your kids may be way overweight, but no generation ever had stronger thumbs!

*No one should be opposable to strong thumbs.

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Alex Bone

Alex Bone

Alex Bone (Michael D. Griffiths) is a man who likes to keep busy, too bad it mostly involves cleaning squirrels. In the past, his writing has been published in numerous periodicals and anthologies sometimes even published by someone else. He was awarded first place in Withersin’s 666 contest, which he was told will later give him the Golden Ticket tour of the third plane of Hell. He is on the staff of The Daily Discord, Cyberwizard Productions, SFReader, and on the Board of Directors for the Society of Advanced Humans that Seek to Live as Viking Ninjas. His series The Chronicles of Jack Primus is available through Living Dead Press. After being bitten by a zombie, his attentions have turned toward the walking dead and he has begun a new Zombie Apocalypse series called the Eternal Aftermath. When he discovered that he was a cloned from Eric the Red’s DNA, he wrote the Science Fiction series Skinjumpers. Later while experimenting with strange fungus, he slipped into a Fantasy world ruled by the mad mage Dalsala Den. 

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