- John Travolta's got another guy accusing him of touching his junk. (Johnny, it's OK, we know. We all saw "Grease." Just own it and move on.)
- Tom Cruise's evil spell finally wore off on the latest princess he kept trapped in a golden tower. (I actually read last night that all three of his wives divorced him when they were the same age: 33. You laugh, but maybe there is something to that magic spell thing.)
- Colorado is STILL burning.
- A cyclone of some sort hit the east coast and no one has power and it's a heat wave.
- The Supreme Court got busy and made some decisions.
- Adele is pregnant! (Can you imagine a whole CD of Adele singing lullabyes?! I would totally buy that.)
- A thinly-veiled porn film opened to the masses. You're welcome, women of America who have had nothing to fixate on since they finished reading the Shades of Grey trilogy.
Top Read Posts This Week:
Open Letter to Elizabeth Lloyd - A woman went to a Little League game and got hit in the face with a baseball. So she did the natural thing: she sued the kid who threw the ball. Oh, and her husband is suing the kid too because his wife tells him "No" every time he wants to get with her.
PIWTPITT Road Trip 2012 - The Road to Pimpdom - Honda sent me a minivan to try and I needed the experience of the open road to really feel it out so we drove to Minneapolis. I tweeted the whole way there and pimped out brands that I love (and a few that I had complaints for). Thank you everyone who followed me on Twitter and interacted with me, it made the 7 hour car ride go so fast! My biggest complaint is to T-Mobile - your coverage in Iowa really sucks and you should work on that, because that's a big chunk of the trip. My last pimp goes to Kum & Go gas stations for having the funniest name and relatively clean bathrooms along the way.
|According to a local resident, the preferred name for this establishment is: Ejaculate & Evacuate.|
Making the Bus Monitor Cry - A bunch of punk ass kids picked on an old lady. She couldn't fight back or else she'd lose her job, but I wish she could have. This is what I WISH she could have said to those little shits.
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Favorite Comments of the Week (and My Replies if Necessary):
In reading these frivolous lawsuits, I was reminded that I never sued my junior high when I sewed my own finger during sewing class. I had to have nine shots in my tiny little finger, just so the doctor could dig around to find the tip that had gotten buried in there. I bet I could have made BANK off of that. And my mom could get in on the action and sue for "loss of pay, " since she had to leave her job to take me to the doctor. Oh, and I bet my little brother could sue for "loss of quality mommy time," since my mother had to divide her attention for the duration of the day. I wonder what the statute of limitations is, on eenage idiocy here in Utah.... on Open Letter to Elizabeth Lloyd
Does anyone else see the irony in the idea that her husband is suing because somebody else's balls are hitting her in the face? on Open Letter to Elizabeth Lloyd
Dear Ms. Lloyd, Please go consortium yourself. Sincerely, Me on Open Letter to Elizabeth Lloyd
Whatever you do, do not cross state lines with a duck on your head! on PIWTPITT Road Trip 2012 - The Road to Pimpdom
I was too busy teasing skunks to find a duck.
Both my parents work in the school system - my mom in the schools and my dad a bus driver. Over the years they have noticed that parents hold their kids less and less accountable (my mom has often been treated as though she's a student's personal assistant by the parents). I'm just happy these morons posted it to the internet. Now their parents are complaining about how they're being treated and how they are "scarred" for life from the backlash, like we're supposed to feel bad for them. Are you kidding me? Stick your boot up those kids asses and tell them this is what it feels like and that they better remember it the next time they even consider treating another human being this way. on Making the Bus Monitor Cry - Karen Klein
Those little bastards deserve a public caning and a punch in the throat! Last night, Anderson Cooper asked the father of one of the little bastards what punishment his kid has received. The Dad's response was that the family was locked up in the house due to death threats and that was all the kid could handle right now. Great! Now I know why the little bastard did what he did. His parents have never disciplined the little bastard and they still aren't disciplining the little bastard. That little bastard is lucky he is not my kid!! on Making the Bus Monitor Cry - Karen Klein
The kids were horrendous and a direct reflection of how kids are these days. Self entitled, untouchable, etc. But (isn't there always a butt?) this was a school bus and this woman's job was to maintain order on the bus. She was hired to do a job she could not perform. What would she have done if another kid was being bullied? To be quite honest, the person that hired her should be fired for putting this very nice, elderly and kind person in charge of children's safety. Last, did the bus driver have noise cancelling headphones on? Flame away............ on Making the Bus Monitor Cry - Karen Klein
We literally just bought the Honda Odyssey EX-L tonight! Was a tough decision between it and the Sienna, but really, the Ody is just better styling inside. Although, and I will say it again, the Ody resembles a hearse. Lol. Even so, i'ma rock my Mommy Hearse and love it! :) it drives great! on Look What Honda Sent Me
I just saw your blog, so true, so unpolictically correct, I love it! I was dying when I read this blog because my husband and I made fun of the christmas letters this past holiday. We made one up ourselves and sent it to a few family members that we hoped knew we were mocking the traditional letters of b/s all out happiness. I laughed my tail off writing it. My brother however was ready to send in a social worker thinking I was on the brink of insanity until I explained it was a joke. (He is the one I thought for sure would know my humor) Sounds like a successful letter in my opinion. Keep writing, you a good, and you speak without holding back. In country that is full of complete wimps now, this is a breath of fresh air. on Holiday Greetings
My friend posted on FB that her child came home with the following goody bag after a bday party and all I could think of was this blog... "Johnny Doe came home from a birthday party with a goody bag containing fun dough, big putty, a kit to build a wooden helicopter, 13 temporary tattoos, sunglasses, a handheld water-filled game (push the buttons to float the rings onto the seahorse), a hand-held mini pinball-type game, a little game with 2 balls spinning around a handle, an animal-shaped punchball, fruit snacks, 2 packs of Gummi bears and a new toothbrush and toothpaste... " Surely this belongs on the over achiever parent blog... on The Over Achievers Are at it Again