Laguna Beach, Credibility, and Pickles

I’ve been sucked into watching Laguna Beach by my fiancé. Alright, so I lied. She doesn’t even watch it, while I faithfully catch it every week and gossip with her friends about it. And you thought the only weird thing I did was start a pickle company.

Amway, I digress. Back to the point.

This week’s episode demonstrated the incredible power and tenuousness of credibility. Before making out with his ex-girlfriend in front of the whole town, Jason (the guy with the strange looking beard in the picture below), somehow gained the trust of LC. She thought him a credible suitor, and they happily dallied away their time smooching and saying completely ridiculous stuff to each other.

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Jason and his ridiculous beard

Like any good jerk, Jason screwed his good fortune up by taking advantage of the situation. His stupidity astounds even the casual viewer, as he not only made out with his ex in front of the whole town, he committed this egregious offense IN FRONT OF LC’s PARENTS. What a moron. Needless to say, LC has a backbone (unlike Jessica) and won’t come within 100 yards of him now. You go girl.

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LC – out of Jason’s league

So what the heck does this have to do with Pickle of the Month?

I am glad you asked. We highly value our customer’s trust. We will not share their information, send them unwanted emails, and we’ll treat them like we want to be treated. And, to emphasize our point, we have Marty ready to pummel any shady character who says otherwise.

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2 Responses to Laguna Beach, Credibility, and Pickles

  1. Hi from Canada.Your Blog is very interesting! Keep on going!I will talk about it to my friends.Get Firefox! and Reclaim Your Inbox!

  2. While, I love a good pickle every month…I am even more entertained by the Laguna Beach commentary. Please keep up the great work and keep the LB talk coming!!

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