Selleck Waterfall Sandwich

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Nearly a year ago Selleck Waterfall Sandwich stirred the Internet. Now it shook Meerschweinchenreport. We tried to withstand reporting about it as long as we could but now it’s time to surrender – and to confess: This site is simply 2good2Btrue.

In the following we quote two statements in full, which have already been made. The first comes from abc: «Greg Szmurlo, creater of the web site Selleck Waterfall Sandwich, told he was inspired by a recent dream he had of Tom Selleck eating a sandwich in a beautiful, springtime meadow. “Tom Selleck’s mustache spoke to me in Portuguese and told me to ‘make this dream a reality.’ But on second thought, the mustache insisted on the use of a waterfall setting instead of a meadow.” Selleck did not respond to requests for comment from»

The second review comes from popwatch by Chris Collis: «When people find out I’m an entertainment journalist — and not a rogueish, 19th century ship’s captain, as I like to claim — they usually ask one of three questions: “Is George Clooney as nice as he seems?,” “Are Brad and Angelina really splitting up?,” and “Where can I find photographs of Tom Selleck, a waterfall, and a sandwich?” Until today my answers were always the same: “Yes,” “Couldn’t care less,” and “I’m calling the cops.” But now lovers of moustachioed actors, falling water, and tasty bread-based foodstuffs — and crude Photoshopping — can turn those frowns upside down thanks to the accurately-named website Selleck Waterfall Sandwich.
Of course, this is exactly the kind of purposefully odd and hipster-ish site that seems specifically designed to attract the attention of blogs such as PopWatch in the hope that enough publicity will lead to a book deal for whomever is responsible. But it’s still worth 90 seconds of your time — and I found the site’s child-sung theme song to be almost as strangely haunting as its lyrics (“Selleck, waterfall, sandwich/Selleck, waterfall, sandwich…”) are predictable. Anyway, check it out, and tell us what you think.

Selleck Waterfall Sandwich