By David Pescovitz at 11:16 am Fri, Jul 8, 2011
The sunglasses are the best part. That’s how you know he’s a cool dude just letting it all hang out.
i keep wondering what came after that, or, rather, who?
The sun’s not wearing dark glasses because it’s bright out, he’s gone blind.
I guess that means NASA is the king of money shots:http://rst.gsfc.nasa.gov/Sect20/solar_flares.png (SFW unless you’re a star)
Yeah, don’t piss off your graphic design team…
I’m so happy this one made it out of the submitorator. Almost as happy as that thermometer!
With all the wet weather here in the NE, it’s not so big a worry today. But sun stroke can really beat you down if your not careful. This summer, remember to pace yourself, slow and steady wins the race.
Definitely sexual. Debatably masturbatory!
:O Lisa Simpson!
I’m only commenting because when I read this it had 34 comments. Heehee!
Now THAT is how you “beat the heat”…
So, we’ve had lunar porn, and now solar porn. To make the set, can we please have some graphics of interstellar probes penetrating the heliosheath or plunging deep into Uranus?
I hope he’s using at least SPF40.
â™« Heat Wave â™«
â™« Ain’t No Sunshine â™«
That’s a handy infographic.
I can tell this was designed by comity and drawn by an over worked artist with a sense of humor.
“Here Comes The Sun” suddenly has a whole new meaning.
OMG there is no way that is an accident. Some one must be laughing themselves to death at USA Today!
My thoughts too. You have to me the most oblivious human ever to miss this. Hilarious.
@OldBrownSquirrel: It does give new meaning to the term “chartjunk”.
Weather is HOT, baby. The HLN weather dude was cracking me up this morning. @ 730 cst he made space launch weather sound like this infographic looks.
“It’s raining men..!”
It’s hot and heavy out there today. Let’s hope this systems blows over soon.
God, my innuendo skills are lacking.
Danger, that thing is going to blow!
I think I need those markings tattooed on my member.
All thos pesky markings. I have mine tattooed with “Welcome to Southern Maryland, Have a Nice day”
i c wut u did thar
A good old fashioned is perfect in any weather
Here comes the Sun; I say it’s alright.
And don’t forget the lotion.
The worst/best part is that the arm and hand add absolutely nothing to that graphic. It started ugly and was made hideous through that addition. Hideously hilarious, that is!
Infographics make me think of Edward Tufte, which reminds me of this related but totally SFW image.
It is actually quite possible it was unintentional. We’ve had graphics designed at the company I work for that were much more suggestive than this, and it had to be explained to the artist that there was something “wrong” with what they had done. Usually this happens between everyone else snickering and the graphic actually getting published though… :)
This pretty much screams “summer intern” to me. Also, while we’re criticizing this, why is the SUN wearing SUNGLASSES? The sun isn’t looking at the sun. I see this all the time – baffling.
It’s partly because of mirrors, but mostly so he can ogle you without you knowing.
White, puffy clouds will soon ejaculate into the atmosphere.
Loosen up your gorilla grip there, Mr. Sun…and use some lube.
“Up for the Down Stroke”
Ah, my mistake. That image had been posted already. Then, after the suggestion that this was inadvertent, I was reminded of this.
This infographic remind me of Frankie Goes to Hollywood Logo
Careful, keep an eye on the sun’s face as you work… you don’t want to blow your load early and earn a ROTTEN rating on the PETER METER.
You beat me to it, that was the first thing I thought of as well.
Just the face the sun is making… LOL.
Check out the Commodore 64 “classic” here:
That’s one way to beat the heat.
I’ll be the first to point out the ever-accommodating sun is blowing on the uh… base of the thermometer – that tickles.
best. infographic. ever.
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