Originally uploaded by MikeOliveri.
Imagine this baby on the news:
“Check out the Nice Tits rolling out to the launchpad, Bob. That sight always fills me with a sense of awe, and in just a few short minutes every American will be able to look into the sky and see the Nice Tits soaring overhead.”
“You said it, Chad. It’s a credit to our space program that the Nice Tits can still inspire children to become engineers and astronauts after all these years. I can’t think of a teenager anywhere that wouldn’t want to get their hands on the Nice Tits.”
“NASA let me get a closer look at the Nice Tits the other day, and I gotta tell ya, when you feel those smooth, round surfaces, it’s easy to forget she’s been taken around the world so many times.”
“Ohh, I’m envious, Chad. I’d love to get up close and personal with the Nice Tits. Growing up, though, my parents always told me it was dangerous, which is how I ended up in seminary school.”
(Okay. I officially have too much time on my hands.)