One of my on going jokes was to tell folks that i was six years old before I realized my name wasn't "godddammit". As my dad was always saying , "Goddammit, come here" or "godddammit, stop that" or some such. Aldo I th
sorry 'bout dat.. It wasn't really intended for dial-up ..but I did figure you may be able to see the short ones... It's an animated tale by one Cane Toad talking about looking for another named "Baz" one of his concerned being the p
My dad had such a thick drawl all my friends would tell me, "I really like your father! ..but I can't understand anything he sez!" At the chemical plant he worked in, they called him "Jonny Yuma" alluding to the old Nick Ada
Fun to read them. When my youngest was little, the song " country bumpkin" was on the radio. I liked it and still do, but I then started calling her "Pumpkin". I still do. She likes it. Her husband likes it. My other daughter,
Hey Judy, get Trudy You said to call you up if I was feeling moody Hey little Donna, still wanna You said to ring you up when I was in Toronto I have lots of friends that I can ding at any time Can mobilize some laughs with just one cal
I think I preferred the days without it, but I'm too old to remember. I can also be outraged by all things, all day, I like to think of it as multitasking. Sure, I admit getting caught up with the outrage of the week, but most times, it's justifie
I know we've all run into this kind of stuff. It doesn't happen here very much because there just aren't that many of us left. My Outrage is Better than Your Outrage The net. It's a scary place, but it's kinda pathetic too. And funny. And inte
Having taken a ton of wedding photos over 40 years, I had to look at these. Some were just typical crazy things the wedding part might do. Some are really strange. The last one for example. Most were not taken by professionals http://uberhavoc.com/2
State fairs are something else. I love looking at the farm equipment. Or any equipment. As for animals. I've spent weeks at big fairs, tending my ex inlaws brown Swiss cattle. Interesting. That's where I became a "pilot". Yep, I would pick
Quote:Bird : I can't tell if your cat is grinnin', or swallowed a habanero !! Lol.... Silly You know kitty is grinnin' Dave ....if she had swallowed a pepper....her bum would be to sore for her to sit.....
Yes I know country folk tend to be called bumpkins...etc when I moved to the farm the locals kidded me cause I was a city slicker.... Your post started me thinking how when folks visit or move to different states or countries certain names for so cal
Originally Posted By: RebootIn the process of ghosting a spare HP laptop, in case I or it doesn't like 10.So far so good, the interface is much better than 8. Kind of a melding of 7 and 8, the desktop is always there, still getting used to the Start
Was going to change the names, as they , as they do too often, make fun of poor rural folks. But decid d to leave Em in. Interesting how we can't make fun of most groups, but poor uneducated rural folks are fair game. As long as they are white, of co
Two great wrestlers died last month . Roddy Piper and Dusty Rhodes.They were great entertainers and brought happiness and excitement to the audiences through out the world.They will long be remembered. RIP both of you.
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