A: Lindsay! Great job in the sales meeting! – Hey, do you have a pad I can borrow?
B: Sure! Here you go!
A: No, you know, the ‘other’ kind of pad.
B: I can’t believe you still use maxipads.
A: I know, I just… I have a narrow cervix, so it’s painful for me to use tampons…
B: No no no, I meant, why use a maxi pad if there’s the new iPad from Apple?
B: With the new iPad I just hook up my Apple to my peach. And I can download protection for up to a thousand periods!
A: I like that!
B: And with wireless bluetooth technology, iPad sets you up for fast uploading without all that water bloating.
A: Oh, wow! That’s great! But what if my computer has a virus?
B: Don’t worry. Each iPad comes pre-installed with vaginal firewall protection.
The new iPad. Please don’t make us explain how it works.
- pad – noun
- pad – verb
- bachelor pad
- brake pad
- Brillo pad
- ink pad
- landing pad
- launch pad
- launching pad
- lily pad
- mouse pad
- sanitary pad
- scouring pad
- shin pad
- shoulder pad
- pad out
Earth to Steve, could it be that only creative, artsy graphic designer types immediately associate sketchpad?
PS: The real iPad presented by Phil Schiller (Senior Vice President Worldwide Product Marketing) and Jony Ive (Senior Vice President Design)
Well, this joke got stale faster than a white breakfast roll. I wonder whether the iPad will take off. It seems like a toy for people who already have anything. I’m far more interested in seeing whether a Kindle will be an alternative to buying books.