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re: #272, TexaRican: DAMN funny picture on Yahoo. BUT, did you also catch the sidebar picture/caption? That says, “Related Slideshow” and the photo title says “Tiger Woods”? And it’s a picture of STEVIE WONDER reading Braille? WHUPS.
Can never have too many Chuck photos.
And…I am relaxed. I don’t take offense to your views at all. Just because I want to share my own happiness with people regarding my choice doesn’t make me “uptight”…
I wasn’t the one who started sharing first. I think if nothing else this comment board, and this site is about free speech. Sorry I am not talking about the almighty popular poop.
Is this where Girl A got her start? hee hee.
Run Kitty RUN! Chuckles is coming to get you!
Amanda B., you don’t want none o’ this, sista’.
For more reason than one.
My hometown is extreeeeemely Catholic and birth control methods didn’t really get discused. Needless to say, by the end of my senior year of high school, OVER 1/3 OF MY FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS had dropped out for pregnancy related reasons. One girl in particular had her fourth child when she was seventeen.
Not talking to kids DOESN’T WORK.
P.S. Boss Hog was a stone-cold fox.
I dun’t si innitheng rang wit thatt pishir. Didd yew gif mi thee rang lenk? Mebbe yew mint 2 lenk 2 1 peeshir ef Shuck with 1 catt?
cake or death!?
And I forgot to say that I kissed Tom Wopat (one of the Duke brothers) at a World of Wheels show. Twice. Yup, I got a polaroid picture of it. It faded!
(gotta go update the paypal account)
Chuck chuck bo buck
Banana fana fo…
Squish, alas, there are far too many people that talk through their asses! Just shake it baby, shake, shake, shake!
I don’t know about impervious, annabelle, but you are thoughtful and articulate. It is a very complex issue, and either side that tries to present it as simple misses the boat.
WOOT TO CHUCK FRIDAY!
Okay, H. I’m shakin’ it baby!
I sure wish I had thought harder about consequences when I was a younger woman, and I sure wish there would have been less talk about how abortion was just fine and it was every woman’s right and girl power, etc. I wish NOW and Naral would recognize that people who suffer abortion really suffer- but doing so is impossible for them since doing so is a recognition that something may just not be quite right about “empowering” a woman to destroy her own fetus. I think we as women and feminists of both genders have not done enough to eradicate negative stereotyping of pregnant teens and I wish that the party that supports life would do more to help people who’ve chosen life rather than making things more difficult by placing blanket limits on welfare regardless of a person’s situation. I’d also like to know why the number one cause of death among pregnant women is murder and whether it has anything to do with a waning sense of respect for pregnant women since the “fetus” they are carrying is (when convenient) not regarded as actual human life.
Sorry for the rant- I also think it’s interesting that pro-life organizations spend way more money on counseling and therapy and outreach to women post-abortion than do major choice organizations and feminist organizations.
You may all sling mud at will- I have been reflecting and writing on this issue for years- I am impervious.
Thank you Susie for playing so well with others. I too prefer to ignore trolls.
Hey Claude here’s one for you.
What did the snail say when he took a ride on the turtle’s back?
Give me cake or give me death….cake wins every time!
part timer, i’m here too, and it’s so sad.
Kids tv today isn’t all boobah, my current favorite is Between the Lions.
And, abstinance is a pretty good option if you haven’t taken biology yet. In my HS, that was 10th grade.
Did I cover everything?
(One more comment,and I’m gonna have to donate!)
What a gorgeous doggie…
Just logged in, and I don’k know what Bucky4E’s is on about, but i’ll be in it for a part of the action!
maggie, you rock like a fraggle, too, grrrl. Your site looks amazing!
What is a troll?
I’m not very good at making ass talk, although I’m pretty good at making my ass talk, or talking through my ass…okay
I was too busy with work and everything else when I was in public school, I didn’t have any time to even THINK about sex. I had friends in the seventh grade though, that were huge sluts. I just didn’t get. Of course, I’m not a push over like my friends were, and I was very blunt on the things I didn’t or did want to do. Even if I WASNT slightly Mormon, I would still be a virgin. Simply because my life is too hectic, and I’m doing fine and dandy without all the blowjobs and romps-in-hays. Just my two cents.
Go Get’em Chuckles!
i like a nice grabby, globey kind of man butt. not girly. just powerful and muscles a workin.
amanda b., home safe and sound? good.
cristin, off subject, but wanted to apologize about the hate i also expressed here at dooce the other day against that e-mailer. what i posted bothered me a lot; i too was letting myself get drawn into a spooky mob mentality.
hope i did not offend anyone.
i liked bo, not luke.
Having said that, I acknowledge that Chuck is a (clearly) consenting adult dog and who he licks and snuffles and where he licks or snuffles them is OK with me. And when people are so mean to dogs, not feeding them all the time and not letting them sleep on the bed and saying “No!” and “Bad dog!” all the time, I can understand how they can look for the emotional support they need from other dogs.
Awwww geeez. I don’t think we are going to solve the great abortion debate tonight. Reeelaaaaaaax. Blog about it maybe?
Everybody deeeep breath…
I wouldn’t put it past my mother to come looking for me here. Of course she would put, “THE FONZ”
I swear, I created a monster!
Anyone know how to find Dooces very first post on dooce.com ?
“Here, kitty kitty” is the punchline.
The setup is…”What does a 500-pound mouse say?”
Thank you, I’ll be here all week. /TGIF
Bucky, I’m all about your ass baby.
Yeah, Kristine. The Fonz lookes like she’d totally understand digging the Duke boys.
Katiebbaw likes to _trol asses_ NOT the same thing..mmhmmm
how very strong you must be. happy birthday to your beautiful girl!
ashik, your “emotional” comment reminded me:
Years ago I had to teach an abstinence curriculum to middle school girls. One of the most memorable exercises was having the kids call out what their “dream” mate was like — Brad Pitt’s eyes, Robin Williams’ personality, WHATEVER. Then they pictured their perfect future mate. Then they were each given a large, perfect, tissue-paper heart. And they were told that each time they were intimate with someone before the “right” one came along, they gave that someone a piece of their heart. So I had them imagine how many people they thought they might be intimate with before the right one, and to tear off pieces of the heart for each of those. It was fun and funny, but when we were done, some girls still had perfect hearts, some had a few pieces missing, some were still well-shaped, but smaller, and some were unrecognizable as a heart. The point being, what do you want to have to offer your dream when he shows up? It sounds hokey here, but it was quite powerful to those kids. I had some of them tell me years later that that experience affected their decision-making through h.s.
Like Janis said, “take another little piece of my heart, now baby”
He’s just so slick looking. Kitty, kitty.
I’m all about the ass talk.
Who’s with me?
I had pink pajamas that said “My heart belongs to Bo” when I was 10. I wish I still had that nightshirt – I was the envy of all of my friends. All two of them. 10 was a hard age.
Mouse: Here is one link for you: http://crazyus.textamerica.com/?r=2168767
The picture is not scary, but you may not approve of Chuck’s behaviour.
Girl A. you too are my Super-Grover.
Nathan Logan! Have at thee! I challenge you to a duel! Muwaahahaha.
part-timer, stay safe kiddo.
Jenie, you are not the only one who does not know where Matt You-Know-Who works.
Susie, wow, thanks. That’s the nicest thing anyone has said to me all day. I think you’re cool enough to be, like, 7-1/2! Definitely.
Morally Bankrupt: Hate to say it but what made it possible to decide that the baby didn’t have a right to live? I am confused by this way of thinking. For me personally…when I am pregnant…it is a baby that I am carrying. I just don’t relate to how people can say it is just a fetus when it is a baby they don’t want, but then it is is a baby when they do want it. Is life that cheap? I am not jumping on you, I wish I could understand. If you think I am talking from self righteousess I am not, I was a victim of rape by a man who hurt me physically and emotionally. I found myself pregnant from that rape and extremely depressed…yet, the life that was produced was not mine to take away. I had no right to terminate another human beings rights…and now that I look into my daughters eyes…I am consoled by the realization that while she was conceived in violence, she is surrounded by love. She is not her father. She is an individual. She brings me joy each and every day. It does not seem a coincidence that this topic is being brought up on her birthday. Had I made the decision 8 months prior to this date in 2000, I would not be able to say that my daughter is a rainbow. What is even more amazing is that she is MINE. No one can take that away, and I am glad that I didn’t deny myself the love that I experience with her just because I hate the man who hurt me. Again, this is my story…and I am not you. But I wanted to let you know that there is always potential for a happy ending. From hurt can come great joy.
Kristine, I think that’s not your mom but Heather’s
Thanks, Susie. I have definitely had a lot of practice using the term around here lately! But there are definitely more fun people that visit than ass trolls, thank UPPERCASE GOD!!!
Wow, this is a whole new side of the Reverend Girl.A. (Head explodes)
My first boyfriend was named Luke. Considering what a loser he was, I can only think that subconsciously it was all because of The Dukes.
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