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Whooo Pig Sooie, Tequila!; Don't camp big the first night; We'll camp here; Start center, work right, and avoid the large rock at the bottom; Fire hot; How far to Elephant Head?; Liquor drinks; There's a bear within a half a mile of here; Run the meat and let it eat; I'm worried about David; he's naked; Over the rail, Jim; Theeerrre's one; She's gonna blow!; It's a step up; Get 2 beers and we'll split 'em; Prevent offense; Practice vagina; Windage and elevation, Mrs. Langdon. Always remember, windage and elevation; On to Trenton!; Read and run; Schulte! You turkey!; Bigger is better; Hogs up, Horns down; Dook sux; Tuck Fexas; Who you got, Corey?; Give it to Corliss; Ref we suck; Watch it, Casey; Prick!; I ain't never seen a drunk that suffered from an oversupply of intelligence; She was raised by wolves; Balk!; Chunk it!; I'm a lot more fun when Debbie is drinking; You pulled me over for (voice cracking) several reasons?; What a dumbass; That's good advice; Tastes a lil bit like robin; And the next thing we knew there was this big boom! High comma; she can crawl through the keyhole; She sweats through her tongue; She hit me with the smooth, she hit me with the smooth; You got a grease gun?; Like the white hot passion of a thousand burning flames; Now THAT'S a rapid!; Free cheese and pencils!

Recent Comments

  1. 34 minutes ago on Frog Applause

    So I have nothing on a single cell amoeba – got it.

  2. about 4 hours ago on Frog Applause

     

    I met a woman from Cincinnati back in 1980. She lived on Mt. Adams. The Blind Lemon (named for Blind Lemon Jefferson) on Mt. Adams was a happening place back then. Walt’s Hitching Post over in Covington, KY was a must stop for ribs. The Maisonette, downtown on Sixth Street between Walnut and Main, was a très élégant Mobil Five-Star French restaurant (and deserving of every one of those 5 stars). At one time it was It the longest running Mobil Five-Star restaurant in North America.

    The woman dumped me for a Harvard professor, later worked at ABC as Roone Arledge’s executive assistant, eventually dying of cancer in 2005, the same year the Maisonette closed.

    I don’t know what any of this means.

  3. 3 days ago on Ballard Street

     

    Interesting Historical Side Note – MUTT-INY was produced by my Great Uncle, Irving G. Tailbarker (he changed his last name to distance himself from the family shame from That Ugly Incident in Belchertown a few years earlier).

    /s/ Rotty Tailwagger

  4. 21 days ago on Frog Applause

    You have to buy a vowel. (duh)

  5. 22 days ago on Ballard Street

     

    I’m flying to Boise* on Monday. One day last week the high temp. in Boise was 85 and the heat index was … 80(!).

    Boise is the jumping off point for raft trips, first on the South Fork and next on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.

    See you all on the flip side (or, as we say in the Gᴏᴄᴏᴍɪᴄs Nᴇᴡsʀᴏᴏᴍ, “See You in the Funny Papers.”"

    P.S. to the Mysterious @katina.cooper – I’m sure Sherpa will be fixed by then, amirite?

    * First Class on American for $325 – that’s less than coach was last year.

  6. 22 days ago on Frog Applause

     

    If you tried to put a bandana on my cat you’d draw back a bloody stump.

    P.S. Cat Bandana & the Bloody Stumps would be a good name for a band.

  7. 25 days ago on Ballard Street

    When I would bring my report card home and show it to my dad he would say, “Huh. Your grades haven’t improved from last time.”

    (All the As on my report card never got me any girls, though. My rugged good lucks and humility did that.)

  8. 25 days ago on Ballard Street

    Hey Plods! Thanks for the shout out.

    Glad to see you’re hanging in there.

  9. 25 days ago on Ballard Street

    It was a dork. And stormy night.

  10. 25 days ago on Frog Applause

    No words.