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Such A Nice Little Girl May 11, 2007

Posted by Michael in Crime, Ducks.
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I’m talking about Nice Deb, of course. Doesn’t she look sweet?

 

 

Who would have guessed, way back then, that in just a few years Nice Deb would be going through the hot-hippie-chick phase of her life.

The photo below the jump is safe for work, but I have to warn you that it shows Nice Deb blatantly flaunting her body. I mean, dang, I don’t think she could have hiked her skirt up any higher without getting arrested. So, if you want to keep thinking of Nice Deb as, well, nice, and you don’t want to think of her as a man-hungry little tart, then don’t  look below the break. It’s up to you.

 

 

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1. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

Well, I’ll never argue with the “Nice” part of Nice Deb again! In fact, I’m think she should now be know as Very Nice Deb.

I’ll be in my bunk.

2. eddiebear - May 11, 2007

Wow! Maybe I should have grown up in KC after all.

3. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

Pic #1: awwwwwwwwww…. look at those curls.

Pic #2: is there anything I can safely say about this that won’t get me into trouble? Cause my gut tells me no.

woooooo!

oops. Did I say that out loud?

4. steve_in_hb - May 11, 2007

Her knees are too sharp.

5. eddiebear - May 11, 2007

^
?

6. geoff - May 11, 2007

For some reason the first pic reminds me of David Duchovny.

I don’t have that problem in the second pic.

7. lauraw - May 11, 2007

Oh my God. WP is going to need a rabies booster.

Very fetching, Nice Deb.

8. kevlarchick - May 11, 2007

Girl, you’re hot. Rock on. Very bohemian.

9. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

What, no comments on the toes?

I’m well known for my monkeytoes.

10. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

Very fetching, Nice Deb.

Now fetch me a sammich!

(sorry, couldn’t resist. I get all tongue-tied and stupid in the presence of extremely hot women. In fact, that’s why this place, with all of it’s high-quotient hotness (no, I don’t mean you, Michael) is a true test of my ability to keep my thoughts in order while imagining the just truly incredible beauty that the IB ladies represent just on the other side of this ‘puter screen.)

11. Retired Geezer - May 11, 2007

*dropping eyes a little*

Oh, Toes!

12. Michael - May 11, 2007

Huh. For some reason I just never got around to looking at your toes.

13. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

see? see? Just like that there I was being dumb and junk.

14. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

mmmmmmm, monkeytoes………

15. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

I’ll bet she could make a sammich with them toes.

And I’ll bet every one of you boys would eat it too.

16. composmentis - May 11, 2007

Amazing to watch cute little girls grow into beautiful women. Those are great pics Deb. I love taking b&w photos of people. It takes away certain details, yet to me it adds nostalgic elegance and a certain, secret intimacy.

And I believe steve_in_hb was trying to be funny in an attempt to point out there are no flaws in such a perfect and thought provoking photo.

17. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

I’m glad I didn’t send in one of the bikini shots.

18. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

Well that makes one of us.

19. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

Thanks, Composmentis. I was surprised nobody noticed the toes. They just jump out at you.

20. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

I’m glad I didn’t send in one of the bikini shots.

boxtops pencils radio station hammer birdhouse trains…..

duuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh…..bikini shots?

21. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

bikini shots

{thud}

22. your amish tells you yes - May 11, 2007

Pic #1: awwwwwwwwww…. look at those curls.

Pic #2: is there anything I can safely say about this that won’t get me into trouble? Cause my gut tells me no.

Well if that dress was any higher, you could probably say “nice curls” again.

23. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

Amish, I said anything that wouldn’t get me into trouble.

24. Retired Geezer - May 11, 2007

You guys sort it out… I gotta go get muddy.

25. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

Is that what they used to call it RG?

26. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

Okay, about the skirt…the photographer arranged my clothing the way he wanted it.

That was his favorite picture of all the ones that were taken. At the time, I hated it.

27. composmentis - May 11, 2007

Deb, believe me, I noticed your pretty feet, complete with long, slender toes. You’re a complete package.

Is it hot in here? Bikini?

Yeah, um, I gotto go get muddy too. Geezer and his euphemisms.

28. eddiebear - May 11, 2007

26:

And you wonder why he liked it so?

29. irritable amish syndrome - May 11, 2007

Yeah, um, I gotto go get muddy too.

Jesus dude – is there anything that doesnt set your colon off like a Bolivian mudslide?

30. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

Woah!

From Nellie Olsen to Hoochie-Mama! Great bod!

31. composmentis - May 11, 2007

Engelbert Humperdinck doesn’t do much for me. Except for his name, which I’m rather fond of saying. It’s like six syllables of poetic cursing.

32. lauraw - May 11, 2007

a Bolivian mudslide

bwaaa ha ha haaa

33. dr4 - May 11, 2007

its funny that you mention Englebert Humperdink. I was flipping through some old 45s of mine and ran across one by him. Its got After the Lovin on one side and Lets Remember the Good Times on the other. I have no idea who bought this or how it got mixed in with my records. Ive found a bunch of them that i dont remember buying.

thats got to be one of the worst stage names ever. He’s Indian did you know that?

34. lauraw - May 11, 2007

Look, I have a lot going on tonight so I won’t be able to monitor this post for WP’s inevitably cringe-inducing remarks. Be a shame to miss them, especially if Michael ends up deleting stuff.

Geezer, do me a solid and give me a call at home, K? Thanks.

35. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

the photographer arranged my clothing the way he wanted it.

I can see that, yes.

36. composmentis - May 11, 2007

Ive found a bunch of them that i dont remember buying.

That’s why I quit going to the record store while high.

No, I did not know he is Indian. Now everytime I call a help line, I’ll be hoping I hear, “Thank you for calling Dell customer service. My name is Engelbert. How may I assist you?”

37. doc - May 11, 2007

Schawiiing

38. composmentis - May 11, 2007

Geez, you got a direct line to the Humpphone?

39. Dave in Texas - May 11, 2007

I swear, hundreds of Vegas show girls, Laura’s private line, a 40 somethin year old youngster of a wife. RG, you’re killin me here man.

40. skinbad - May 11, 2007

Now why, oh why can’t crazy interpretive dance chicks look like that? I think we need a celebrity big toe wrestling match between Lipstick and Deb.

41. wiserbud - May 11, 2007

Geez, you got a direct line to the Humpphone?

I wonder what that would look like.

42. geoff - May 11, 2007

the photographer arranged my clothing the way he wanted it.

It’s like he read my mind.

43. Michael - May 11, 2007

Say Deb, would you like some help “arranging” your clothes right now ???

44. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

I really got nothing.

she’s a hot broad, nice pid deb.

45. mesablue - May 11, 2007

Wow.

WP, what’s a pid?

46. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

Celebrity Big Toe Wrestlemania?

OK. See how good I am to you guys?

47. daveintexas - May 11, 2007

mesa, I think I know.

48. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

Wow! Lipstick, you have monkeytoes, too?

We should start a support group.

49. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

pic.

50. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

We should start a support group.

“People Who Can Pick Up Objects With Their Toes” can be the name of it.

51. daveintexas - May 11, 2007

Doesn’t everybody pick up stuff with their feet? I do, and my toes aren’t all that.

52. Anonymous - May 11, 2007

Can you play cards with them?

53. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

52 was me.

54. daveintexas - May 11, 2007

I can cut the deck with em if I have to.

55. skinbad - May 11, 2007

For the life of me I can’t figure out why this thread has drawn so much more interest than Pupster’s. It’s a mystery.

56. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

had a cousin who would make fun of me for that. I would pick up my bedroom by walking along, grabing the clothes laying on the ground with my toes, and then lift them to my hands, then toss the pile in the hamper then go back to reading.

I saw it as a useful skill.

57. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

It saves back strain

58. Mrs. Peel - May 11, 2007

I’m severely tempted to post my own set of before-and-after pics with major leg showage (and bonus high-heeled leather bootage). I don’t want to be outdone by Nice Hot Deb.

*sulks*

59. Mrs. Michael - May 11, 2007

Nice, Deb! Beautiful little girl and lovely lady!
Kansas City, according to the song, has “some crazy little women there.”

60. mesablue - May 11, 2007

Hey, there’s a show about the chupacabra on the National Geographic Channel right now.

61. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

Mrs. Peel,

I have a feeling the men on this sight are going to react enthusiastically to your proposal.

Mrs. Michael:

Thank you. we ARE a little crazy!

By the way, if you don’t mind…could you whack that scalawag husband of yours over the head with a frying pan for me?

Thanks!

62. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

Exactly Lipstick.

It’s not “lazy” if it’s “efficient.”

63. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

I think Global Warming has caused an increase in the populations of chupacabras.

64. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

I mop the floor with my foot and a wet rag, sometimes.

Yep.

65. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

Ummm….eenie meenie miney moe….

Uhhhh, well….we don’t want to KILL him, so not the heavy iron one. The lightweight one doesn’t sound like it would have the necessary ooph to knock him out….how about the the medium aluminum?

66. geoff - May 11, 2007

I’m severely tempted to post my own set of before-and-after pics with major leg showage (and bonus high-heeled leather bootage).

After Nice Deb has thrown down the gauntlet like that, I don’t see how you have a choice. It’s the only just course. It’s the moral imperative. It’s the long pole in the tent.

Oh wait. That last one is me.

67. BrewFan - May 11, 2007

Nice Deb, Do you like people with big heads?

68. Mrs. Michael - May 11, 2007

Mrs.P.
Go for before and after pics with leg showage and leather bootage, Girl!

69. Nice Deb - May 11, 2007

“Nice Deb, Do you like people with big heads?”

I married one.

He’s bald, too.

70. Mrs. Peel - May 11, 2007

I have a feeling the men on this sight are going to react enthusiastically

But my man wouldn’t, so…

71. PattyAnn - May 11, 2007

A lovely child and a beautiful woman, Nice Deb.

72. Michael - May 11, 2007

I’m severely tempted to post my own set of before-and-after pics with major leg showage

Honestly, Mrs. Peel, I just don’t think we can handle that. The already abysmal standards of decorum around here might sink out of sight.

*Michael hopes the old “reverse psychology” trick might actually work*

Hey, there’s a show about the chupacabra on the National Geographic Channel right now.

Off topic comments are a hallowed tradition at Innocent Bystanders, but I think Mesablue deserves a round of applause for that one. Seriously. In a thread where we are slobbering about Nice Deb’s legs and a potential look at Mrs. Peel’s high heeled leather boots, Mesablue actually posted about the chupacabra.

I am impressed. I tip my hat to you, Mesablue.

73. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

Yeah michael, I don’t know if I could follow the train of thought that figured that could fit.

74. mesablue - May 11, 2007

Isn’t that the point?

It was one of those, “hey, look over there” moments when I steal the last slice of pizza.

Besides, chupacabras (and Chtullu) are always relevant.

75. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

After Nice Deb has thrown down the gauntlet like that, I don’t see how you have a choice. It’s the only just course. It’s the moral imperative

Dave started this whole thing. “Let’s post baby pictures” “Let’s post pictures when we were older.”

I think he’s sitting back now and quietly laughing…

76. dr4 - May 11, 2007

Yeah michael, I don’t know if I could follow the train of thought that figured that could fit.

Well arent chupacabras small creatures with large heads with mouths red with the blood that they have drained from defenseless livestock?

I figured he screwed up and posted the comment here instead of the thread with Skinbads baby picture.

77. daveintexas - May 11, 2007

with major leg showage

Before, or after the accident?

I think he’s sitting back now and quietly laughing…

Well, not quietly.

78. Mrs. Michael - May 11, 2007

Patty Ann — I thought you would say “a lovely child in plaid”…

79. cranky - May 11, 2007

Hubba hubba. Nice!

80. compos mentis - May 11, 2007

Frankly, I doubt any of the other IB gals can post anything as provacative as Deb’s intoxicating offering.

81. Wickedpinto - May 11, 2007

THATS WHO I THOUGHT OF SEEING THE AFTER PIC!!!!

Anne wilson (before she was fat) Was it anne?

The long wavy raven haired sister who was the lead singer of heart. Thats what I thought of, I couldn’t place it right away.

82. Lipstick - May 11, 2007

Nice try, compos.

(Must resist)

83. wiserbud - May 12, 2007

Not that my opinion means all that much, but I am convinced, based on her photo, that Nice Deb is probably the hottest commenter on IB.

Ladies, prove me wrong.

84. Wickedpinto - May 12, 2007

Yeah wiser, how about you follow up with “put them on the glass” cuz the IB wimmins are JUST that gullible. :)

85. Mr. Matamoros - May 12, 2007

ay, chihuahua! That’s HAWT!

86. Saturday in the park... « Absolute Moral Authority - May 12, 2007

[...] Posted by mesablue on May 12th, 2007 The folks at Innocent Bystanders have been having a little fun posting pictures of themselves as cute little kids and then also in their later, not so cute years — with one obvious exception. [...]

87. kevlarchick - May 12, 2007

Yep, Nice Deb is the hottest. She’s got that early Stevie Nicks thing going.

I ain’t nothin, and you recall that I have seen Lipstick’s feet.

88. daveintexas - May 12, 2007

We’ve seen your nails and your kill zone.

89. PattyAnn - May 12, 2007

Mrs. Michael, I almost did post that plaid thing. But then I was afraid that I would be carrying on that plaid thing a little too much WickedPinto-ey and I didn’t want to hurt your feelings. The fact that you remembered it was me that ribbed you about the plaid shows that I should have kept my mouth shut then and now :)
I am on my way to plaid-therapy. Anyone seen my dotted-Swiss?

90. geoff - May 12, 2007

I ain’t nothin, and you recall that I have seen Lipstick’s feet.

Pshaw. ‘Sides, you’re not qualified to make that sort of judgment. Leave it to the all-knowing experts, i.e., . . . me.

91. Lipstick - May 12, 2007

KC is a damn liar.

She is very pretty!

92. Mrs. Michael - May 12, 2007

Patty Ann,
I don’t mind being ribbed about plaid. I remembered your plaid comments because they were funny — not because they hurt my feelings. I didn’t say anything because I lurk more than I comment.

I’m a dork. I still like plaid. Plaid is risky. I like stripes and polka dots too. And florals or paisley. And sometimes you can find fabric in the same color groups in all of them. They look cool all matched up together — like in a tote bag or something.

93. S. Weasel - May 12, 2007

So this is where the internet got to today. I wondered!

94. daveintexas - May 12, 2007

yeah, well my plaid pants in 1976 looked el dorko.

95. Mrs. Michael - May 12, 2007

Thanks, Dave. You’re sweet.

96. daveintexas - May 12, 2007

hush wit that

97. Nice Deb - May 12, 2007

” She’s got that early Stevie Nicks thing going.”

That would be HAD. Had that early Stevie Nicks thing going.

That picture is about 20 years old.

98. PattyAnn - May 12, 2007

Mrs. Michael, I’m glad I didn’t hurt your feelings because I really wasn’t trying to. Your bridesmaid’s dresses were lovely and in quite high fashion. When I saw NiceDeb’s picture I literally thought, OMG she’s wearing plaid and I can’t mention it. I think I must have a plaid phobia. However, I absolutely ADORE paisley. Go figure.
I was trying to find a word for fear of plaid, and couldn’t find it. I did find a dream interpretation for plaid. “To dream that you are wearing plaid, suggests that your conservative views are in conflict with your liberal and wild side.” I’d say that’s pretty much true in my case.

99. Nice Deb - May 12, 2007

My mother made that dress for my first grade picture. I seem to recall not liking it very much.

100. PattyAnn - May 12, 2007

NiceDeb, plaid is the absolute hardest fabric to cut and sew. You have to match all those lines together. My compliments to your mother.

101. Mrs. Michael - May 12, 2007

Conservative views playing nicely with the liberal or wild side — kinda sounds like an Innocent Bystanders attitude.

Maybe we could have IB plaid boxer shorts or PJ pants (no feet)!!

102. Lipstick - May 12, 2007

Nice Deb, my first grade picture is in plaid too. I remember my mom making me wear it a lot.

In third grade we were allowed to wear slacks for the first time to school. What did Mom buy me? Two plaid pant suits.

103. Michael - May 12, 2007

Spurs are ahead of Phoenix, 81-72, at the beginning of the fourth quarter.

I’m just trying to compete with that chupacabra comment by Mesablue.

104. Lipstick - May 12, 2007

You’re right on track, Michael!

105. dr4 - May 12, 2007

Heres an interesting story:

http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_10356.shtml

The paper says that 42 year old Antonio Navarro, who is 95% disabled, and who drives and controls his motorised bed with his mouth, had got drunk and was intending to visit ‘Jade’ a local whorehouse, but took a wrong turning off a local roundabout.

106. Mrs. Peel - May 12, 2007

ok, I just now got home and caught up on this thread. compos’s ploy almost worked. But the boy definitely would not like me posting that particular picture, so no dice.

Also, didn’t anyone notice that Michael said Mrs. Michael was “certificated”?

107. Michael - May 12, 2007

Spurs won.

I know that there are thousands of IB readers out there who were waiting to find out.

108. Michael - May 12, 2007

Also, didn’t anyone notice that Michael said Mrs. Michael was “certificated”?

I think that’s actually a word (it’s not the same as “certified”) because I’ve heard it in several contexts. And yes, Mrs. Michael actually is certificated in Clinical Pastoral Education by the United States Army. She went through a rather rigorous program at Brooke Army Medical Center (the cool place to do this) that is normally reserved for Army officers (chaplains) slated for a promotion. It’s not easy to get in. Aside from trauma duty in the emergency room, she did tours in oncology and the burn unit, both of which are pretty tough. BAMC is sorta nationally known for that burn unit. The Army will fly the really bad burn cases from the Middle East or anywhere else to BAMC. The pain and suffering you have to deal with in there is pretty intense. There’s nothing worse than a bad burn case.

Mrs. Michael is not your average wife.

Some of the guys she did this with were actually trying to get her to join the Army. She was thinking about it. This was about ten years ago.

I said, “Honey, please do not join the Army. If you do not join the Army, I promise that some day, like when the kids are out of college, you can have the kitchen that you have always dreamed about.”
:)

109. Nice Deb - May 13, 2007

Wow, Mrs. Michael must be made of stern stuff to be able to work in a burn unit.

I take it she’s getting that (well deserved) kitchen of her dreams, now.

Someday, I may be so lucky.

110. eddiebear - May 13, 2007

Michael:

The military burns are pretty nasty stuff. One of my wife’s friends is a surgeon in the Navy deployed to Iraq. As a result, she sees plenty of nasty stuff. To her, the worst are always the ones burned severely, because she knows they will have to go through months of painful skin grafts and therapy back in the States.

111. mesablue - May 13, 2007

Spam bucket!!!

112. mesablue - May 13, 2007

Spam.

Buck.

Et.

113. mesablue - May 13, 2007

I give up.

Funny linky, though.

I might post it.

114. mesablue - May 13, 2007

It’s that good.

Or, I’ll send it to wiser to post on his new blog.

115. Kama Sutra positions for Internet losers « Absolute Moral Authority - May 13, 2007

[...] Not to be confused with this. [...]

116. mesablue - May 13, 2007

Done.

117. daveintexas - May 13, 2007

BAMC also treat severely burned civilians – they’re that good.

118. Michael - May 13, 2007

Actually, the emergency room at BAMC is open to civilians. I think they have some kind of contract with the city. They dread Friday nights, when the partying starts in some of San Antonio’s rougher neighborhoods. Alcohol + gangs + guns = emergency room traffic.


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