1)I don’t know why they call them hair balls. They should be called hair snakes.
2) I wish magnolias held their blooms longer.
3) the word steamer should NEVER be used in commercials about food. In case you haven’t seen them, there’s a “special” bag that some brand of veggie comes in that are called steamers. Last time I checked that was a reference to poop.
4) Zantac works…thanks dad for scaring me into using it
5) gabby, our geriatric dog, is on a slew of meds. It reminds me of my mama. She used to take heaping handfuls of pills at each meal.
6) cats are stinky.
7) the term”extreme angler” is as silly as “Olympic fast walker”.
8) friends of friends should NEVER comment on people’s photos. Especially if using the word boobies.
9) the hunger games was the first movie in a long time that I wasn’t looking for the door before it was over.
10) we are so lucky to have such great live theater here. EPAC’s “next to normal” was fantastic.
And one to grow on:
I can finally be proud of being a Pennsylvanian for something that happened more recently than 230 years ago. PA senator larry farnese planned to introduce an erectile dysfunction (ED) bill to counter the ultrasound bill. The ultrasound bill, introduced in Idaho (ironic if you have ever heard the joke about their state name. I da hoe….)would require all woman seeking an abortion to have a ultrasound first. Our governor,Tom Corbett supported the bill, silly rabbit.
My hero, senator Farnese’s bill would require men being treated for ED to have a prostate exam, cardiac stress test, participate in sex therapy, as well as watch a movie on the side effects of the medication. My favorite part is that men would be required to have all potential partners sign a document acknowledging that their partner suffers from ED.
The best part of this debate is that the reason that the bill was finally tabled was because the opposition wanted to rename it the “trans-vaginal sonogram bill” and supporting legislators of the bill didn’t feel comfortable debating a bill with the word vagina in it….
Let me get this right….they had no problem requiring woman to have a rod shoved up their vagina in an attempt to dissuade them from terminating their pregnancy, but didn’t feel comfortable talking about it?!
This is as ridiculous as the fact that my class was taught sex ed in 8th grade by a man who refused to say the anatomical words for people’s parts.
If you can’t defend the reason for you stance, stay the hell out of my VAGINA!!!!