Monthly Archives: November 2013
Look what I picked up at Walmart for cheap today!!! I had to dodge a knife fight and step over a trampled worker to get them, but it was so worth it! Perfect for my Hanukkah Bush.
La Chaim my little Heebie Jeebies! It’s time to celebrate BOTH thanksgiving AND Chanukkahhh! And so I give you 8 comix, and one bonus one for you to caption! Happy holidays! And now it’s your turn! What is Dolky whispering … Continue reading
There was a stormy on the web today about the most dangerous toys for children this holiday season. The below picture and description accompanied the article: Evidently the term “choke tube” means something entirely different in my vernacular.
There’s something to be said for how good a new haircut and a trim/shave can make you feel. After a shitty week of business travel, I woke up Sunday and decided it was time to clean myself up a bit. … Continue reading
Last night I used Sir to set an alarm for me. After complying, I thanked Siri for his help. To which, he replied: It is I who should be thanking you. The next interaction made me laugh out loud, so … Continue reading
With nothing to do in Middletown after dinner, I got online and just happened to surf Manhunt. You know… Just cuz. Well, since I was no longer in Minneapolis, it automatically asked me if I wanted to update my current … Continue reading
While on Facebook this morning (waiting in the security line at the airport), I happen to stumble across this in my feed: Creepy stuffed animals with human-like teeth. I don’t know why– just go with me here, people. This was … Continue reading
I’m always a fan of a good make-over. Sometimes when I’m out with a gay friend and I see an “unfortunate” I’ll turn and say: Wonder Gay powers– activate! Form of an Ice Comb! Shape of cruelty free beauty products! … Continue reading
Things always seem to break at the least opportune time. Like how my shower handle broke on Sunday. As I was getting ready for my band concert. The handle had been a bit wonky since the condo association had to … Continue reading