Women on the net prefer Fenway’s junk over Weiner’s. We care a LOT more about his speckled casing. That should tell Anthony something, and not just about proper lighting.
blood and boobies and midgets?
Here you go:
maryo2 commented on the blog post Thursday Night (This Time For Realsies) Basset Blogging
Of course that Beckham! Look at the scowl.
At first I wondered how you shrunk Fenway.
God he looks so soft. What a beautiful coat. Sweet boy.
Shakira’s ass is articulate. No one can deny that.
If there were an Ass Czar, it’d be it.
maryo2 commented on the blog post Why, those were a tribute from an admirer of mine.
Deep brown sweaty bush all hiding in her pants. Coming out to scare people. Boo!
Then she’s all, “Oh excuse me, did my bush get on you? Oh I am so sorry. I didn’t mean for that to happen.”
Yeah right. Save it for somebody who doesn’t know all about deep brown sweaty bushes.
maryo2 commented on the blog post “We just tease someone ’til they develop an eating disorder. …”
“They came up with baby names for any forthcoming Palin children: Snausages, Musket, Hugh Betcha, Pander, and Mooseknuckle.”
Paying for such pleasure makes it seem so dirty.
maryo2 commented on the blog post The Logical Outcome of Juan Williams’ Legitimization of Irrational Fears
Similar, but different, and I do not know the answer.
I was flying from Orlando to somewhere (probably ATL). A male flight attendant was wearing a charm bracelet with pictures of an important xtian figure on it. (A passenger noted to him how much she liked it, thus calling it to my attention.) Then I noticed that a female flight attendant had a cross on her necklace.
I felt like it was unprofessional for them to wear antagonistic ornaments on the job – especially on an airplane post 9-11. They can wear what they want when off-duty, but shouldn’t they be more customer-oriented at work? I think legally, the bottom line is that it is up to their employer, and I should file a complaint and then fly a different carrier.
Okay – blow me away. Figuratively.