Rob the Balloon Guy

"Bad jokes. Awkward dancing. Amazing balloons," Rob the Balloon Guy's website promises. But please, no robbery - that'll just make him feel deflated.

Rob the Balloon Guy has got the best tagline in the long and twisted history of entertaining people with balloons. Redditor matlockga shares his clever business card, which astute Neatoramanauts will notice can be greatly improved with an Oxford comma. Or not. Because, you know, humor trumps clarity any day, especially when it comes to balloons and eating grandpa. So don't pop Rob the Balloon Guy's lack of punctuation, mmkay?


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Though note that the term "Oxford comma" only applies to commas in series. For example: In "Rob, Pillage, and Plunder, the Balloon Guys," the comma after "Pillage" would be an Oxford comma. (I have no idea what the comma after "Plunder" is called.)
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