Friday, April 12, 2013

PRNK Officer's Bling

We're on the verge of war with these guys?

God help them... Look at all those medals.  

This gives an all new meaning to the word, BLING.

























It's by no mere coincidence that their uniforms resemble Russian uniforms of the 1950's, either.  And the hats are designed to make them look taller.

Most metals and ribbons usually indicate campaigns fought, awards for bravery, other theaters where one was stationed, or wounds received in combat.  Since they haven't been in any wars since the early 1950's, then in their cases these must mean a lot of good conduct, adequate amount of respect and morning for the departed Kim Jong Il, and being present at all roll call medals.

Very Impressive indeed!

It's kinda like the Hollywood awards.  They are always presenting themselves with awards simply because no one else will, and they so desperately need some recognition and attention.

But have no fear, Peeps.  In case of war, we can defeat them simply by flying a B-52 over the country with a giant magnet hanging from the planes belly.

It would look like Resurrection Day to the troops... watching all their officers being lifted into the sky.


14 comments:

lotta joy said...

OR, they're using bottle caps as bullet proof armor.

Old NFO said...

Gives a whole new meaning to tin pot...

klahanie said...

Oh my, I thought they were a bunch of miniature hubcaps they liberated from a group of irate Munchkins.

Pawsitive wishes,

Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar! :)

Janie Junebug said...

That's freaky. I wanna go out dressed like that.

Love,
Janie

middle child said...

At the very least.....they'd never be able to sneak up on us.

ravenjanedoh said...

LMAO! A giant magnet, now why didn't someone think of that earlier? ;)

It's like the girl scouts threw up on them; all those badges, and even on the PANTS? What happens when those fill up? They all start tap dancing?
Jeez.

Pamela said...

it's gotta be photoshopped

Momma Fargo said...

I think we could defend ourselves with a giant magnet!

chief torpedoman said...

Well this is what happens when the Bedazzler first goes onsale in North Korea

Furry Bottoms said...

Or magnet seeking missles.

Lil Dreamer said...

Funny the phrase "tin soldiers" comes to mind.

Coffee Lady said...

HI There Coffeypot - I'm Coffee Lady and thought we should link up. Nice to meet you!

Coffeypot said...

Welcome to the CoffeyPot, Coffee Lady. I hope I don't disappoint as I haven't been blogging much lately. And I hope you don't embarrass easily.

J-Tony said...

That's funny, but what do we do with them after we pick them up?