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HOT/NOT April 28, 2008

Posted by kevlarchick in Women Ranting.
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Smokin’s still cool.  And apparently a very lucrative investment.

HOT:  The chaps.  I can hardly stand it. 

 

 

NOT:  these horrifying creatures will be at my house in a few weeks: 

 

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1. daveintexas - April 28, 2008

Is he setting a cicada net out in your yard?

That’s awfully nice of him.

2. eddiebear - April 28, 2008

All while smoking, to boot.

3. kevlarchick - April 28, 2008

If that man was in my yard, he would be doing another kind of “work.”

4. PattyAnn - April 28, 2008

If he smoked menthols, he could be your ‘Kool boy’.

5. Malrboro Ma*HAAACK*cough cough* haaack* - April 28, 2008

Thank you kindly, little la- HWAAARK HACKHACKHACK COUGH COUGH COUGH
WHEEEEEEEZE

6. Sobek - April 28, 2008

CNN’s political ticker has a post about a recent poll showing Clinton and Obama neck-and-neck in national polls and in Indiana:

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/04/28/clinton-obama-dead-even-poll-says/#comments

I can’t say the post is all that interesting, but the 238 comments in one hour (after which comments were closed for some reason) make for some interesting reading.

7. eddiebear - April 28, 2008

^And Realclearpolitics.com has one showing Hillary! +9 in Indiana
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2008/president/in/indiana_democratic_primary-639.html

Sadly, it is SurveyUSA. My daughter is more reputable than they are when it comes to polling.

8. Cicada - April 28, 2008

Girl, you know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.

You think that Marlboro pretty boy is hot, but he is not. I have large widely-spaced eyes, and I hear women find that attractive. I’ve also been told I’m a good singer. And seventeen years from now, he will be long gone, but you know I’ll return to you, my lady.

I’ll see you in a few weeks. I’ve missed you, girl.

9. eddiebear - April 28, 2008

^I miss you liker I miss that rash I had one time.

10. Dave in Texas - April 28, 2008

Chaps huh?

I could get some of those.

11. eddiebear - April 28, 2008

^wear them to your next pool party!

12. Cathy - April 28, 2008

^ with your leopard print thong

13. geoff - April 28, 2008

^ with your leopard print thong

I have this vision of DinTX on border patrol…

14. kevlarchick - April 28, 2008

*make it stop make it stop make it stop make it stop*

15. eddiebear - April 28, 2008

Will Dave mow the lawn in that thong?

16. daveintexas - April 28, 2008

And risk mosquito bites?

Wait. That causes swelling.

Ok I’m in.

17. Retired Geezer - April 28, 2008

I didn’t Google it cause I don’t want to be disappointed but I think the Marlboro Man is a Spudder.

I also heard that he attended our church.

18. Federico Sayd - April 29, 2008
19. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

I didn’t Google it cause I don’t want to be disappointed but I think the Marlboro Man is a Spudder.

Spudder? Is that a potato thing?

20. kevlarchick - April 29, 2008

It means he’s from Idaho, where many hot men are from. Including Geezer.

21. Retired Geezer - April 29, 2008

^ *blushes*

Hey PJ, I adopted a Feral Cat that hung around Camp Geezer for a year. I had a contest to name her and “Spudder” was the winning name.
She has her own website with guest commenters, Bob and Hilton, cats owned by Russ and the Momma Janis.

http://spudder.wordpress.com

22. Cathy - April 29, 2008

It means he’s from Idaho, where many hot men are from. Including Geezer.

Ditto, KC. Geezer’s a babe.

23. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

*blushes

Sorry, I’m so used to The Hostages that I automatically assume it’s some sort of sexual innuendo

*tries to get mind out of gutter

*can’t

24. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

I thought maybe it meant he was gay or something.

*kicks The Hostages

25. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

I didn’t Google it cause I don’t want to be disappointed but I think the Marlboro Man is a Spudder.

See? See how that might sound bad? I realize I might be justifying here, but I’m mortified. I can get down and dirty with the best of them, but there are just waaaay too many innuendos to keep up with.

26. geoff - April 29, 2008

I realize I might be justifying here, but I’m mortified.

Now, now. You’re not the first to be shocked by RG’s “potato thing.”

27. Cathy - April 29, 2008

I remember when the Mr. Potato Head game came without the plastic body. We had to get mom to give us potatoes from her pantry in order to play. I think I remember my mom using the potatoes after we played the game. She just washed them up. We were cheap.

28. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

We were cheap.

So, no innuendo this time? 😉

29. daveintexas - April 29, 2008

uhm, “spuddin” is against the law in 27 states.

I’m just sayin

30. Michael - April 29, 2008

*tries to get mind out of gutter

*can’t

That right there is what I like about you, PJ.

31. Cathy - April 29, 2008

That right there is what I like about you, PJ.

Me too, PJ.

No innuendo. We were just cheap. She washed and cooked them (I should have said) figuring any bad stuff would be boiled out of them, I guess. We were fairly healthy kids, so good for her.

32. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

Should I be proud of that, or should I start cutting myself?

33. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

hah! That comment was to Michael. I like it if Cathy likes me.

*snuggles up to cathy

34. Muslihoon - April 29, 2008

What does it mean when a person threatens to “cut” another person? “Oh, I’ll cut you!” sort of retort. Does “cut” refer to a rhetorical flourish, like a superior (if not superlative) insult? Or does it refer to “fight” as in “I’ll fight you, dear sir and/or madam, indeed”? Or does it mean “cut” as in “I shall utilize a sharp instrument, such as a knife or chainsaw, upon your person, indeed I shall”?

I get confused.

35. Michael - April 29, 2008

Should I be proud of that, or should I start cutting myself?

Either cut yourself or start leaving your miniblinds open.

KC can advise you about this.

36. pajama momma - April 29, 2008

Mussy I am not creative enough to think of these things by myself.

This is where I got, “I will cut you” from.

KC can advise you about this.

KC, advice? Blinds open leaves less scarring doesn’t it? Maybe?

37. Muslihoon - April 29, 2008

Ah. So it’s not some hip thing the kids are saying these days?

Good I’m not missing out.

Much.

38. daveintexas - April 29, 2008

musli, it means I’ll cut you with a knife, usually.

at least, it does when I say it.

39. eddiebear - April 29, 2008

^hey, me and hip go together like vote fraud and St. Louis.


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