Just a bunch of stuff.

16 comments to Just a bunch of stuff.

  • ray

    This is one of the funniest posts you’ve ever made! Do I find a favorite? Maybe the puppies (#34).

    Thanks for this surprise post!

    Love
    Ray

  • Denny

    Ahhh, not just a bunch of stuff – a bunch of GOOD stuff that is oh-so true!!!

    My favorite is #38. It would be a good parlor game, for a few close friends, after dinner, after your second cognac and other liqueurs of your choice. You can play Shakespeare!!

    Or, the next time that same careless bitch runs her shopping cart into yours for the third time, turn to her, all dead pan, and say “Thou lumpish, folly-fallen flax wench!!!”

    You’ll never see her again – guaranteed!!! 🙂

    xoxo

    Denny

    • unrulyadmin

      Hey, Denny. Wouldn’t it be cool if Hillary turned to Trump sometime during the first debate and said “Thou ruttish, ill-natured scut!” Just one of so many possibilities!

      • Denny

        Excellent idea, Man!

        You know who else could do a real number on Trump with this is Senator Elizabeth Warren – the one he likes to call Pocahontas. 🙂

    • Bill S

      Yes! I was thinking of making copies, pass them around and, we all circle good ones and say them to each other in turn! #38 could be a great stress-reliever, and of course, funny!!

      XOXO

  • Roberto

    Agree with my friends Ray and Denny: this is great stuff that makes us laugh and think!

    Gotta love the power of #2! Unfortunately, stupidity is the source of so much evil… As Einstein would have said: “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe”.

    Maybe #24 would change his mind if he had some time with Brad! 😉

    Yes, Ray, the dogs in #34 are just too cute! 🙂

    Definitely share Denny’s enthusiasm for the Shakespeare Insult Kit (#38), but I’ll have to study it!

    I’ll pick #25 — love how the boys changed that message! They know what is good! 🙂

    Incredibly well-conceived post, guys!!
    Hugs,
    Beto.

    • Denny

      Beto, dear friend – just a heads up for you – I myself have not heard of many of these humorous yet insulting terms; they are very British/very dramatic hence VERY Shakesperean terms, rarely used in normal conversation. They are, in essence, various ways of telling people who are pissing you off to go fuck themselves, if you will. They probably won’t know what the hell you are saying, but they will know that you are pissed off.

      You, my friend, have the best grasp of the English language of any non native English speaking person I have ever encountered. Don’t sweat it!!

      love, Denny

      • Roberto

        They’re unknown exactly because they’re not spoken or written anymore, therefore one has to study them — that was my point. Sorry, I guess I didn’t express myself well with my first comment.

        You described those words as “very dramatic”, so you think they all come from tragedies? I suppose one can find words that were pretty common (i.e., non-literary) at the time in Shakespeare’s comedies?

        Thank you for the high praise, Denny, but I always think you and the other guys are too sweet and generous for that assessment. 😀

        Love,
        Beto.

      • Roberto

        Ah, it just occurred to me that you probably meant “dramatic” as related to drama, so both tragedy and comedy. Again, my bad.

  • Brad

    Good stuff, indeed! 🙂

    I am up to the challenge of converting #24, Beto… 😉

    Always love dogs with an important message, too, Ray… 🙂

    My favorite one with a serious statement is #30 (maybe, it’s because my hubby and I have lived this for 17 years!)

    My Pick of the Day is #26…If I could mow like this, I would do it every week without any nagging from the hubby… 😉 (Not sure if the neighbors would be as thrilled… 😉 )

    Kudos, Ben and David, for a great, mid-week post!

  • bw

    For some reason this post reminded me of one of my favorite quips by Dorothy Parker: “Heterosexuality is not normal, it’s just common”.

  • Larry

    n Took me a long time to read and laugh over this great post and I haven;t even had time to lay the Shakespeare game. As gay Christian I loved # 32.

    I agree with Beto on # 32 and think it goes well with # 42. Hillary should use #42 in an ad.

  • Larry

    My eyes are bad tonight, “It took me”

    “play the Shakespeare game”.

    “I agree with Beto on # 2”

    Sorry guys.

  • FredinMotul

    Great post guys!! fun and thought filled at the same time. Thanks. Just what I needed tonight after a long drive home.

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