iPod? or Fruitcake? Let the facts speak for themselves.
10 Reasons why iPods beat Fruitcakes as Holiday Gifts
- You can’t play your music on a fruitcake.
- Inserting earbuds into your fruitcake? Makes them all sticky and gooey.
- iPods come in many colors and flavors. Fruitcakes are…brown.
- You can’t play video games on a fruitcake. (Or a Zune.)
- Fruitcakes do not support smart playlists.
- You can’t really accessorize a fruitcake. Belkin doesn’t offer a “fruitcake” section in its online store.
- You can’t watch the latest episode of Battlestar on a fruitcake.
- Fruitcakes don’t fit into your pocket.
- Fruitcakes are unsuitable items to bring along with you to your workouts.
- iPods? No crumbs.
10 Reasons why Fruitcakes beat iPods as Holiday Gifts
- iPod price $249. Fruitcake price $21.99.
- Fruitcakes need no frivolous accessories. They’re usable exactly as produced.
- You’re less likely to waste your spending money at iTunes with a fruitcake.
- Walk around wearing an iPod and everyone yawns. Walk around wearing a fruitcake and you’re a trendsetter.
- iPod: 2.5-inch color display. Fruitcake: 10-inch multifaceted-crystalized-fruit display.
- You can’t use an iPod as a football. Or a door stop.
- Fruitcakes have no batteries to replace.
- iPod: 7,500 songs. Fruitcake: the song in your heart, and the antacids in your medicine cabinet.
- You can’t call your enemy “nutty as an iPod”. Well, you can. But nobody’s going to understand you.
- In all likelihood, your fruitcake will still be usable three years from now.