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You’re Not Fooling Anyone

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Larry Parker

posted December 14, 2007 at 12:57 pm


At least she’s not as, um, cantilevered as most Hollywood stars feel the need to become …



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Anonymous

posted December 14, 2007 at 7:49 pm


My daughter used to work at Snowcone. One day this kid saunters in, dressed like a little cowboy, with a big cowboy and and six-guns. He looks mean as catshit, and barks orders to my daughter “I want a double dip sugar cone, with vanilla ice cream, none of the imitation stuff either! And I want chocolate syrup, on it, Hershey’s, not that cheap stuff, and wipped cream, real whipped cream, none of that imitation stuff. And I want it covered in walnuts! … and my daughter smiled at him and said “And how would you like your nuts crushed?”
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Wisdum

posted December 18, 2007 at 3:00 am


I’m sorry, my wife, just pointed out the last line in that story (I suffer from CRS, you know !0
My daughter used to work at Snowcone. One day this kid saunters in, dressed like a little cowboy, with a big cowboy and and six-guns. He looks mean, and barks orders to my daughter “I want a double dip sugar cone, with vanilla ice cream, none of the imitation stuff either! And I want chocolate syrup, on it, Hershey’s, not that cheap stuff, and wipped cream, real whipped cream, none of that imitation stuff. And I want it covered in walnuts! … and my daughter smiled at him and said “And how would you like your nuts crushed?”
And the little kid, immediately whipped out his six-guns and replied “How’d you like your tits blown off ! ( Ahhhh! Out of the mouths of babes!)
LUV 2 ALL
Wisdum



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Stacey

posted January 2, 2009 at 9:36 am


I laughed so hard when I saw this. What a way to start my day!!
Stacey AKA Estacia



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blanche

posted January 3, 2009 at 12:56 pm


I laughed again. I really needed this and the previous post today, as I’ve been having a hard time (again), and your humor helps me, Therese. Thank you, and a Happy New Year. :)



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