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  • And he (Samson, not Michael Bolton) could have slain an entire army with the jawbone of a donkey, provided the army was not very large and passed-out drunk.

    Todd Hartley: Biblical Miracles You Can Perform at Home

  • However, this peace of mind was shattered an hour or so later when I walked past the child's room and saw the reality horror-show of my exhausted, passed-out wife snoring loudly while attached to this milking apparatus as it huffed and sucked meager spurts of life's elixir into two little half-filled plastic bottles.

    Len Filppu: Parental Survival Tip # 1: Develop Mirth at Birth

  • After a fitful three-hour “sleep” passed-out unconsciousness following an unusually strenuous night at the karaoke bar, I drag a razor across my face, make a part in my hair and resign myself to what I am about to endure.

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • Especially when your kid can't keep his pecker out of passed-out broads.

    An Arm and a Leg

  • Watching a random crazy girl COVER a passed-out friend in ketchup!

    Scene-Stealers readers respond with scary drunk stories! » Scene-Stealers

  • Happy rainstorm, passed-out genie and other paper ...

    Bioshock 2 Rapture Edition

  • But my love evaporated when I read a quote from a promotional interview for his new film, Observe and Report, in which he defends the most controversial scene in the movie, where his character, an idiot with a bullying problem, has sex with a passed-out woman played by Anna Faris.

    Anna Wainwright: It's Not OK, Seth Rogen

  • Even there's one lonesome straphanger or passed-out reveler riding home at 3 in the morning, the subway's capacity expenses are basically unchanged; a discounted off-peak fare only makes the subway more competitive with taxis and cars.

    Alex Pasternack: Why New York Subway Chief's Congestion Pricing Idea Makes Cents

  • One laughs at the stories, at almost every one, except at the story about the seventh-chordist and the waves of the Pacific and the body of the passed-out woman.

    Steady Keel

  • One does not know what Clara, the 12-year-old interviewer from Madison (by another account she is nine), might think of isolating the wave idea or of Buell or of the body of the passed-out woman or of the beach or the doorbell or of the fact that Buell knows, even before the storyteller rings the doorbell, that the story is about combing and that the combing is about Buell.

    Steady Keel


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