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Thursday, December 26, 2013

#GBE2: Happy Endings

Beth from GBE2 gave us the weekly blog topic of "Happy Endings," so I was thinking about how I could write about a happy end. I've always heard about the happiest of end names around: Gladys, which means "Happy Butt?"

Then my daughter talked about someone having a "bubble butt" that popped. How could a bubble butt pop? Is that one of those silicon butt jobs that leaks with age? I don't know about bubble butts, but I have seen a "booty do." That's when someone's stomach sticks out more than their booty do.

Anyway, my kids said I can't write about "Happy Endings" because it's inappropriate, dirty, and gross. 

"What's wrong with the theme Happy Endings?" I asked. 

Since I couldn't get an answer, I looked it up in Urban Dictionary. They were right. 

BETH, HOW COULD YOU?

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: The Shower

My son took a shower with three beautiful redheads while a black guy watched.






Sunday, December 22, 2013

Musical Monday Fun


Here’s one more for keeping with the holiday spirit.


And another one for fun.


Aw, heck. Why not a third?






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Thursday, December 19, 2013

#GBE2: Naughty Can Be Nice

When Santa checks his list, twice, he's looking for folks who have been naughty OR nice, but can't one be both? I'm not saying being naughty is good, just that being bad gives beings super strength, agility, and strong thresholds for pain. Nice! At least that's what I see on TV. For example, take a look at the Wet Bandits, Harry and Marv.


Although these two bad boys are about as naughty as one can get, they've achieved superhuman status that keeps them going even in the direst of circumstances. Nice! After all, who else could withstand a hot iron in the face, being burnt, blown up, tripping on marbles, being struck by paint cans, bricks, and anything else Kevin thrusts their way?

But wait, these two naughties are not the first bad guys who were given superhuman abilities.


Remember Wile E. Coyote? Poor little Road Runner just wants to cruise the highways endlessly, with no place to go, but this sicko won't leave him alone. Naughty! But, being naughty has its advantages. He's fallen off cliffs, been whacked on the head with anvils, and as you see to the left, blown up by TNT. Yet like the Wet Bandits, Wile survives. Nice!


Or how about Moe? Constantly smacking one's brothers doesn't get one on the Nice List, yet these crazy brothers survived it all. Of course Santa still doesn't come to Larry, Moe, and Curly's home because he's an antisemite, but that's another post. Naughty!



So the moral of this story . . .  If you want to be protected from harm, you must be naughty


Now that's nice!



Sunday, December 15, 2013

Musical Monday: Brandon Walker


I eat Chinese food on Christmas and go to the movie theater, too; because there ain't much else to do on Christmas, when you're a Jew.







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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Back Seat Barrier by Kurgo

I was asked to review the back seat barrier 
by Kurgo

This material wall was designed to keep overly affectionate dogs from jumping into a driver's lap and causing a horrific accident. Does it work? Actually it depends on the dog.

We first tried this product with our two dogs on a trip to the dog park. The installation was reported to be easy, and maybe would have been had we not let the directions slip out of the box unnoticed. 

"Where are the directions?" my husband asked.

"We didn't get any," I said, only to find the slip of paper on the floor after we struggled to install it. Recommendation number one, print the directions on the box.


After we installed the dog barrier, it didn't quite hold as tightly as the one in the photo, but it provided a good barrier for Honey Bear and Millie. Although Millie typically does not venture into the front seat, Honey Bear likes to. With the dog fence, she could lean her head over for a pat but not become an accident provoking nuisance. So on a long trip with a dog like Honey Bear, I would strongly recommend this product; however, this is not a good idea for large, active puppies like my grand dog Mowgli.


Since Judy had a long drive ahead of her from Memphis to Ann Arbor, Michigan, we gave her the dog gate to keep her little trouble maker in the backseat. The traveling crew waited until Nashville to install it, since they had to drop off Daniel. Next, Daniel struggled with installing the dog gate, even though he had the directions available and is of the twenty-something generation, meaning he typically doesn't have trouble installing anything. 

The gate was not as wonderful for Mowgli. Being the active puppy he is, he wouldn't take "No" for an answer and continually jumped on it and tried to get over the gate, creating a dangerous situation for the dog. Judy worried he'd be injured with his attempts to hop over it, so she took it down. 

In conclusion, this could be a great product for a mature large dog on a long trip or a small dog, but I wouldn't recommend it for large puppies. 




Check it out yourself and see if it's right for your dog.



Sunday, December 8, 2013

Musical Monday: Adam Sandler


Christmas Dolly at Monday Music Moves Me has asked for Christmas music for the rest of the year. Although I like some holiday tunes, it’s not exactly a prompt for me. None-the-less, here’s an Adam Sandler selection to explain why you won’t be singing Silent Night on this blog. Better late than never, our holiday has passed, but I’ll still give Adam Sandler his turn.







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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Happy Birthday to Me


Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na.
Today's my birthday.

Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na.
Happy birthday to me.

Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na.
Getting old feels like crap.

Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na, Na.
But it's better than a dirt nap.

Bwa, Bwa, Bwa, Bwa, Bwa, Bwaaa

And if I close my eyes and make a wish, will we get to start the weekend early?
Yes we do! School has been canceled today due to inclement weather (that hasn't hit us, yet). 


Don't I look great for eighty-two?