“The greatest pleasure I know is to do a good action by stealth and have it found out by accident.” ― Charles Lamb
You don't wanna know how the sausage is made.
It Takes a Village Idiot.
Pictorial, step by step instructions for how to mount a phallic object if you're a feminist. (You climb inside, with assistance, and hide.)
Give me the keys, I am driving the dick-mobile.
Gosh, I haven't seen one of these since the FBI confiscated Anthony's phone!
Listen if I said it once I said it a thousands times.....I can be inside a Weiner but I will never have a Weiner inside me.
And I called Trump a wiener.
Since you ain't getting it at home, may I suggest?
Sausage? I was looking for a taco!
Fish taco, that is.
"Will strapped in feel as good as strapped on?"
lol I knew you guys would rise to the challenge :)
Oscar Mayer is closing its main plant and corp headquarters in Madison, after being there for generations. The production will move to an Iowa plant and overseas. The offices to Chicago. But, the Weinermobiles will continue to operate out of Madison. Oscar hires UW students to be good will ambassadors driving the Weinermobiles around the country.
"Sorry Ma'am, but the Old Bat-mobile is in the shop."
Let's go find a tunnel!
I had a minature wiener mobile when I was young.
I drove the wiener around my block.
Where did you park the wiener, Titus?
It's a cheap, mean-spirited, ugly little joke.She ran for president and she lost.Let it go.
"She ran for president and she lost.Let it go."No.
She lost but she hasn't quit.
@Eric: I was prepared to let it go until she jumped back in the recount, enabled by her benefactor, George Soros. Go watch that old "60 Minutes" interview of Soros I linked last week and tell me that that hag isn't personally enabled by George Soros.
George Soros' death will split the nation politically like Fidel Castro's death did: lefties will openly mourn; others will openly scorn.
@Titus: I thought you grew up on a farm outside of Wannahickee, WI? How could you have driven anything around your block?
My parents had the farm but we moved to the big city of waunakee. They still own the farm. They got some award for having a farm for 100 years.
100 years with the same family. It was my mom's parents farm.
I wondered at the point of the post, then realized it was labeled as a contest. Which caused me to regard the first comment by the poster herself as lubricant.If Titus's parents still own the farm, it appears as though his dying dad who miraculously bounced back from end stage hospice care where he was close to taking his last breath, is still alive enough to own the farm instead of buying it.
And, according to the always-honest Titus who never lies about anything (husband, dogs, income, fabulousness, promiscuity, HIV status, etc.) his father is now well over 100 years old. Too bad Titus won't live to see 50. And by too bad, I mean - is he still here?But back to the contest - "Just a few more steps, ol' gal, then you'll have this Wiener licked!"
The farm was in my mom's family name before my father purchased it as a result it has been in the family for over 100 years.You sound very angry Sixty and your obsession with me is unhealthy. Focus your energies elsewhere and on happy things!You don't know anything about my husband, health, dogs, etc...I am actually a fat, gay, data entry clerk in North Dakota-totally not fab and really poor.Have a wonderful day and keeping reaching for the stars Sixty!
BTW the urban dictionary of Sixty Grit:When a prolonged night of sexual activity causes the male's penis to dry out and leave a thick layer of dried skin around the balloon knot.John woke up next to Jane the night after the party with a hard ass Sixty-Grit.
Defensive much? As you were, you illiterate inveterate liar. You have told so many lies even you can't keep them straight. Ha - I wrote "straight" when referring to Steve.
FWIW they send the Weinermobile to Mardis Gras every year (it's even in a couple of parades) and hand out tiny miniature plastic weinermobiles that can be used as whistles.
*heads to ebay*
You don't know anything about...Not true, Titus. In fact another lie to add to the pile. Worthy of a blow on deborah's hoped for Wiener whistle.As for a contest winner, it's Sixty Grit's "Just a few more steps, ol' gal, then you'll have this Wiener licked!", hands down, no reaching for stars needed.
LOL - thank you, MamaM - you are too kind.
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