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  • It's always fun watching skip try to behave himself. ;-)

    June 15, 2009

  • Skip, I nearly fell off my chair! :)

    June 15, 2009

  • Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse :-(

    June 14, 2009

  • echoes of the Old South's fictional queef contests, sionnach. where do you find these gorgeous tidbits?

    I heard from a historian that baking bread on Sundays was a necessary process of hand-washing for 19th century women who did housework. apparently their hands would become so thoroughly begrimed from a week of baby-changing and cinder-poking, etc., that nothing short of wet dough would remove the layer of filth.

    June 14, 2009

  • You can have your cake and eat it too, said strev innocently.

    June 14, 2009

  • What on Earth did you search to find that picture, bilby?

    June 14, 2009

  • *will not go for the cherry joke--will not go for the cherry joke--will not go for the cherry joke*

    June 14, 2009

  • Next time, when she asks what kind of cake you would like to order, don't say "Surprise me".

    June 14, 2009

  • I'm getting suspicious of the lady who works in the cake shop.

    June 14, 2009

  • Thanks for the visuals...instantaneous and I fear permanent...I'll have the toast.

    June 13, 2009

  • You know, I have always kind of wondered about certain varieties of dinner rolls.

    June 13, 2009

  • Better than impressing it with the mark of their nether throat, I imagine.

    June 13, 2009

  • That's 'cause you've been away! Wordie does hilaristurbing as well as anywhere :-)

    June 13, 2009

  • That is simultaenously the most disturbing and hilarious thing I have read for a very long time.

    June 13, 2009

  • ih.... egh.... eeew.... ick.... egh.... *chunders*

    I should not have clicked on this page.

    June 13, 2009

  • English damsels of yore used to impress a piece of bread dough with the mark of their nether petals and feed it to their intended in the hopes that eating this "cocklebread" would cause them to succumb.

    June 13, 2009