people accidentally swallowing moths in sleep

apron sex
shark sex
taxidermied cats in clothes

poop panic
pro llama
sexy spaghettios

sit down hobbies
speaking toilet
mustache villain
carny

bolo bouncer
rutger hauer
couldn’t hoit to ask

is there anything i can do to prevent homeschool
what teen books are out there to help feel good
how to explain to grade schoolers what the kidneys do
do the jews control the world

i speed because i have to poop
ugly people in santa hat
eating refried beans while breastfeeding
edith street 4 a crabby one

mandy patinkin
mandy patinkin
mandy patinkin naked

john saxon pictures john saxon pictures john saxon pictures
patrick smelly teeth
coloring pages of hearts for lesbians
simcha fisher bitch

muse

13 comments

  1. He hasn’t died, in which case it would not have been fitting. But, while its certainly a specific call to prayer this Lent, I don’t think announcing his resignation carries the same “no silliness!” impact.

  2. Lol! I’m careful that I don’t Google anything too embarrassing if I have your blog page open, but I can never vouch for my children who can’t resist an open laptop.
    The human condition IS poetry! You are such a giver to connect the dots for us. Thanks for the laugh. God must get a big kick out of us– like the antics of our toddlers.
    .
    The shock is wearing off about our dear, lovely, lovable Pope, but I think he is playing a mean game of chess. Humble, yes, but so bright, so sharp. I’m even more impressed by him. He doesn’t care about exiting our poor world with Pomp and Circumstance. God bless him, bless him, bless him!

  3. Sheila, I believe these are search terms used by random Internet strangers where Simcha’s blog was clicked on from the search results.

    I get a lot of “emergency bacon”s myself, but I’ve never seen anything quite like this list.

  4. I’ve found the best way to prevent homeschooling is to spend all morning on facebook and blogs reading about the pope’s abdication. Worked like a charm today… ended up with a house full of cranky kids begging to do school so they could get their Wii time! However, tomorrow I will have to pull myself together and NOT prevent homeschooling.

  5. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long, long time (except for the last line, which made me want to sock someone in the nose). My 17 yo was reading over my shoulder, and we’ve been following each other around all day whispering “Mandy Patinkin” and busting out in immature snarky giggle fits. Thanks for that!

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