The modern golden age of messages occurred between 1978-1983, when The Police, Melle Mel/ Grandmaster Flash and INXS all released cool songs about messages. A steady decline followed, culminating in the nadir of pop-culture message references that was Kevin Costner's 1999 film Message in a Bottle. But the SA Goons have managed to make messages cool again, and all it took was some clothespins, glue and paper scraps, and/or the Photoshop equivalent!
With e-mail, twitter, Facebook, and telegrams, everyone seems to have forgotten about the most prototypical and heartfelt method of sending personalized messages:
Yes that's right: Clothespins, like out forefathers intended! But surely there are more gripping messages to be sent than "I heart you" ...
Hey, have you guys ever seen a picture of a cat before? Well, guess what. It’s your lucky day, because I’m mixing the concept of a picture of my cat with the concept of the Internet!
Once again I'm stuck with a useless egg man statue and nobody to tend to my robust physical and emotional needs. Worst of all, the egg man didn't even come with a stool. I have to share my recliner and bed with him, and he is not sensitive to my needs at all.
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