"If you touch my junk" TSA-themed cross-stitch by Steotch.com

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14 Responses to “"If you touch my junk" TSA-themed cross-stitch by Steotch.com”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The tiny needlepoint representation of the blue glove ‘shocker’ just made my morning!

  2. fataltourist says:

    I think we should all insist on a full cavity search in view of the other passengers.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The hands go everywhere.
    Two by two, hands of blue.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Because I backtraced it.

  5. Ean Moody says:

    Exactly. If we don’t do stuff like unwarranted searches, seizures of property, and restriction of speech, how will we protect our way of life?

  6. dr.hypercube says:

    The shocker ties the (w)hole thing together…

  7. gabu says:

    “Oh no! It’s the Cavity Creeps!”

  8. SamSam says:

    T-shirts with this same quote are being hawked on all the right-wing new sites.

    It’s funny that it takes touching penises to get the conservatives to suddenly realize that they hate the TSA too. Before the junk-touching started, conservatives laughed at any notion that liberties were being taken away for the sake of safety. But a man’s private parts are more important than his liberties, naturally.

    • retchdog says:

      different president.

    • Anonymous says:

      @SamSam: You can imagine how terrifying the idea of having one’s penis touched by a TSA agent is to a conservative – after all, what if the TSA agent is !!GAY!!?!?

      But yeah in general, neither schizophrenic half of the duopoly is real strong on liberties…

  9. Jumile says:

    Am I the only one who laughed aloud at the “two in the pink and one in the stink” gloved hand?

  10. gabu says:

    Quoth Fred Sanford: “If you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested, ya big dummy!”

  11. tikaro says:

    A minor correction, which should in no way detract from my enthusiasm for this clever item: that sampler happens to be cross-stitch, not needlepoint.

    Needlepoint is done with yarn, and each stitch goes one way. Cross-stitch is done with thread, and makes crosses on the fabric.

    This is, of course, trivial, but as someone who’s rooting for the success of needle arts, I like to spread knowledge of the right vocabulary :)

  12. Rayonic says:

    Well maybe you should have left your junk in the trunk.

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