Last week, the moment we had all been waiting for finally came to pass. Ronnie the Limo Driver dyed his mustache and had it shaved into the Batman logo.
The Stern Show brought in Mike the Barber – who was used to shaving all kinds of wild designs into heads and faces – to do the deed.
The verdict: Everyone loved it. It looked even better than Howard imagined it would. “Ronnie looks fifty times better with the logo than his regular mustache.”
It was revealed that Howard 100 News reporter Lisa G wanted to make out with Ronnie the Limo Driver so badly that she pitched the idea multiple times.
The ageless newswoman got her wish.
@Sternshow tweeted a simple message:
If you want to see Lisa G make out with Ronnie RETWEET this now! #LisaKissRonnie
The moment it hit 5,000 re-tweets – which only took a few minutes – the two went at it, with Ronnie going as far as groping Lisa’s ass and exploring with his index finger.
Who is Ronnie the Limo Driver?
The part of the country that doesn’t listen to Howard Stern and his pranksters learned the answer to that question when Captain Janks decided to prank CBS LA into putting him live on the air as a spokesman for California Department of Fish and Game druing the Christopher Dorner standoff.
“We believe it was Ronnie the limo driver who filed at Mr. Dorner,” Janks said. “He was on his way to a block party and got caught in the fire-out.”
An application that makes its goal to tell you how ugly you are is riding high in Apple’s App Store.
Ugly Meter, which has been around for quite some time, has suddenly found itself threatening Angry Birds Space for the top spot in Apple’s App Store. For a period of three weeks recently, the application topped China’s listing of top iPhone apps, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail. As of this writing, it’s in second place in the U.S. store.
Ugly Meter first made headlines last year after raising concerns among anti-cyberbullying organizations. The application allows users to snap an image of their face, and then scans it for symmetry, contours, and other elements to determine how good- (or bad-) looking a person is. Ratings are handed out on a scale of 1-10, and include some not-so-nice quips about a person’s looks.
Although Ugly Meter had maintained some relevance in the App Store, the app became a phenom nearly overnight recently due mainly to none other than Howard Stern. According to the Daily Mail, app developer Dapper Gentlemen made $80,000 in a single day after the $4.99 Pro version of Ugly Meter was showcased on the shock jock’s morning radio show on
Sirius XM. All told, according to the Ugly Meter listing in the App Store, the application has been downloaded over 5 million times. The developers have generated over $500,000 in total revenue, according to the Daily Mail.
That cash isn’t going to waste. One of the co-creators of the Ugly Meter app, Joe Overline, went back on the Stern’s show last week and said his company is now planning to hire another programmer to advance its application-development plans…
Howard Stern Show Poet Laureate Ronnie Mund’s latest composition is causing some major on-air turmoil.
Mund debuted his newest poem ‘The Holiday Party’ at the Howard Stern Show holiday party on December 15th, but Tuesday January 3rd was the first chance that Stern had a chance to comment on the poem on air.
Stern called the poem “offensive,” particularly the backhanded compliments about how many people think that Stern is “crass” and “an ass”.
“I didn’t expect good poetry from Ronnie, [but] I didn’t expect it to be insulting to me,” said Stern on Tuesday morning’s satellite radio broadcast.
Read the poem here:
At this time every year,
We have a party to celebrate our year.
We have great food, booze and beer,
and plenty of fun and cheer.
Sometimes we have a DJ.
Sometimes we do karaoke.
And sometimes, we even do the Hokey Pokey.
We sing and we dance, and once in a while a jerk will pull down his pants.
We look forward to this event,
Where we can let loose and get bent.
Some people say the host of this party is an ass.
Some people say he is crass.
But the people at this party love Howard and Beth
Cause in our eyes they are top class.
We raise our glasses to you in cheer,
Until we meet again this next year.
So, we thank you two for this great night.
And now, let’s party into the wee hours of the night.