Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Happy HUMP Day!!

It is that time of week again, when we get to discuss humping in a semi-legit manner.
Doncha just love it?
So today I have another question for you all.
I know when we start discussing the word
HUMP
we all get a mental image.


What do you find most important about the object of your potential attention?
This character here for example has very poor grooming and his knees, lord have mercy, pumice!
Posture is also important. He also probably has a tendency to spit, very unattractive.
How about you?
P.S. Happy Turkey Day to those of you who only check in at work or will be away, have fun!

8 comments:

snavy said...

Actually --- from where I'm looking, I think it's a girl.

Tom & Icy said...

Let's just hope it doesn't wonder into our yard!

bsoholic said...

Spitting is a nasty habbit.

:Takes finger out of nose to type that:

DaMasta said...

My potential object of affection better "spit" in the right spot.


That's all I'm sayin.

barefoot_mistress said...

I never talk about who I hump! :P
I think that camel is adorable..in fact, I think I rode her in Rajastan once! :P

lime said...

not spitting is a fine start!

Doug said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Ariella. Good day to sit under the table.

Oh, and moral lassitude always gets my attention.

rygnn2@voteswagon.com said...

As I went out today and contributed my share of money to the gross domestic product of America, I took time to consider my fellow Americans in the military who are serving abroad. They are performing an admirable job carrying out their assigned mission for the American people, as well as completing a very appreciative service to a foreign country trying to embrace a new concept of freedom. Rather than spend time debating the merits of bringing our soldiers home today or tomorrow I wish to reflect on a moving story I read a day or two ago about soldiers just trying to perform their duty. The story revolves around the life of marines in and around Fallujah. I wake up each morning, have my morning drink, take a shower, warm up the car, drive to work, drive home, then relax. After relaxing I turn on the daily news and watch the highlights or hot topics of the Iraq war. The television has sensationalized the war so much that at times I believe people forget these are real people in these 30 second video clips, this is someone’s brother or sister we are watching, not an actor who walks back to his trailer after a filmed battle scene. I hear debate over when the troops should be brought home, the discussion seems so impersonal, I feel that this is the wrong way to discuss this topic, the topic should be nothing but personal. Each time I drive down the freeway to work and I see the flag at half staff I throw up a quick prayer for the soldier that flag symbolizes, I may not know him but I know his kind and if praying for him is the least I can do to show my appreciation and respect then I consider it an honor and privilege to do so. I hope in the weeks to come more and more people discuss this topic, do not be discouraged by close-minded people who call you un-American if you discuss this issue. American soldiers such as these same brave men and woman fought for and died for your right to discuss these exact types of issues. Educate yourself, speak with your elected officials, do all that you can to support these brave men and women. Do more than just watch a 30 second clip on CNN or Fox News. Get involved, find out information, make an informed comment when you discuss the issue of bringing home our soldiers.
Raymond B
www.voteswagon.com