The Wienermobile Is 75 Years Old

No, I’m not talking about Anthony Weiner’s mobile, which is younger, and still might be somewhat mobile.  Depends entirely on what Antny is doing these days with HIS wiener.

I’m talking about the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile that’s shaped like a giant hot dog, unlike Antny’s which is shaped like a smaller hot dog and doesn’t have wheels.  As far as I know. Nor does it come with condiments….Antny’s that is.  Although I could be wrong.

I’ve never personally seen the Weinermobile in person, (Oscar Mayer’s, not Antnys)  but another product mobile similar to the Wienermobile will be in the Boston, Massachusetts area today between the hours of 11am and 6pm. It’s the Planters Peanut mobile with Mr. Peanut promoting, I assume, peanuts, which will be at the Boston City Hall Plaza.

Might be a great day to pack up the kiddies and, if you’re within driving distance of Boston, drive up, or down there, depending where you’re driving from, and meet Mr. Peanut in person.  Maybe take a few photos with Mr. Peanut and the Peanutmobile.

I think these advertising mobile units are a great attraction and other companies should think about using them.  So I had a few ideas of my own that I’m thinking about pitching to some companies and perhaps cash in on my idea.  Here are a few.

Of course with the configuration of the Wienermobile and the Planters Peanut mobile my first thought, due to my perverted mind, was the Condommobile. I personally would travel great distances to get into that one.

How about a Grapemoblie sponsored by Welch’s grape juice where you could go in and just whine.  (sorry)

The Playtex or Victoria’s Secret Bramobile.  This one would be great for us guys.  You could go inside and have a giant “CUP” of coffee for that “lift up” effect. Sure to give you the “bounce” you need to get through the day.

(I know, I just can’t help myself)

For the women, the giant Fruit of the Loommobile. You know, those guys in the company logo dressed up as grapes, (green and purple) an apple and a leaf.  Don’t spend too much time in there however, especially on a hot day… know, the fruit fly effect.

We’ve all seen various bloodmobiles all around the country where you go to donate blood.  But, another version of this could be used in the Washington, D.C. area strategically parked outside of the IRS building called the “Bloodsucker” mobile. Might not be much of a draw for tourists however, as many of us get our money sucked out of us by the IRS without ever leaving home.

By far, my greatest idea for a travelling mobile unit would be the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Politicianmobile.  All circuses have freak shows and we all have to wait for the circus to come to town before we get to see those strange people, like the bearded lady and Siamese twins. What could be more stranger than actually seeing a politician, especially during an off election year.

THAT definitely would be a major attraction…um…..bring tomatoes.

So, there ya have it. My brilliant ideas for more travelling mobiles. Feel free to add your own ideas in the comments section of this blog.

Oh, by the way, if you happen to come across the MisfitWisdommobile, just ignore it.  There’s nothing inside worth seeing.

Except for yours truly, which, nobody gives a rats ass about.

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Copyright 2011 MisfitWisdom RLV


The Planters Nutmobile with its classified specifications obtained from the CIA via Wikileaks

The Oscar Mayer Weinermobiles. One for big weiners and the other for smaller weiners.

About misfit120

Former disc jockey, (Dick Jones) 30 years, and author of, "I Could Have Been Famous But Sex, Love & Life Got In The Way" available at books, & Kindle, "The Covert Chamber" a mystery novel available at and Barnes & Noble, and "Forgotten" the story of two WWI pilots who were forgotten for over 70 years available on and Kindle
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