Another bunch of “Average Joes” wishing you a Happy New Year!

Since both Jingle and Fred took exception to our calling our last posted dudes “Average Joes,” we thought some more modestly hung guys might make a good change of pace 🙂

Check it out, dude. “Below average Joes”!

On Tuesday, Ben did a post of “average Joes” and it brought about a bunch of comments that the dudes were “anything but average.” So I thought I’d post some guys who appear to be a bit “below average.” They’re all HOT… they just have penises that appear to be a little smaller than your “average Joe.” 🙂

The kids had a wonderful Halloween evening. Dub had thought about dressing up as Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Then, he found out that both Erik and Austin were going to go as P.M., so he decided he’d go as Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid. It took a LOT of padding, glasses, a fake mustache and a red Chiefs cap, but he was a HOOT! Since it was a Chiefs theme, Travon decided to go as running back Kareem Hunt… and the little girl formerly known as Izzie dressed as a Chiefs cheerleader. They all looked GREAT!
Of course, all the adults wanted to go trick-or-treating with them, but we decided there were too many of us – and since Denise and Scott and Ty and Damien really, REALLY wanted to go, Rick, Keon, Alex, Cal, Ben and I stayed here at the house with the dogs and a pitcher of margaritas. Bebe is pretty hyper and doesn’t do well with all the excitement, so she chose to spend the evening in her crate (her “safe place.”) Not “Buzz.” Every time the door bell rang, he was right there waiting to see the kids. He loved every minute of it. We decided he must have thought it was a big party in his honor because his tail didn’t stop wagging and he wanted to be petted by every kid who came to the door. He simply LOVES people – and kids in particular.
Scott and Denise had promised all their friends over at the condo they’d bring the kids by, so they got an early start and made the rounds there before coming back to the neighborhood to collect even more candy. Dub (who prefers veggies to candy) wanted to do something with his… and the other kids had a lot more than they needed, so after school on Thursday, he and Ben took about a ton of treats over to City Union Mission. They said they were really happy to get it!
I guess we’d all say Halloween was a huge success here in the Northland – especially “Buzz.”

Dude. It’s another “Friends Friday” – and that’s about the size of it!

Here’s wishing every one of our “fathers” and/or “daddies” a happy,healthy, fun-filled splendid “Father’s Day.” We love you guys.

A few weeks ago, Keon surprised me with a “that’s about the size of it” post where he joined pics of guys with smaller and larger junk. I thought it was great fun so I found a couple of pics, joined ’em, and e-mailed it to him. So, he sent me a pic with a challenge, saying “Join this, bitch.”! So, we went back and forth and each of us did about half these joined pics. We had a lot of fun with it… and found there are some pics we just cannot find a match for. And, to be honest, if David hadn’t copied all his pic files onto an external hard drive and given it to us, we probably couldn’t have done this post. Hope you guys enjoy these as much as we’ve enjoyed putting them together!
I want to mention one thing Ben didn’t tell you about our Memorial Day week at the lake. One day, we all went in to Branson for lunch and shopping – and the grandparents bought the boys each a pair of Sketchers light-up sneakers. All the boys like them – but Travon is absolutely crazy about his. He’ll go in the bath room and turn off the lights and we’ll hear him jumping up and down and laughing like crazy. Or, other times, we’ll be sitting watching t.v. and he’ll jump straight up and light up his sneaks and we all laugh, and he’ll tell us a funny story about something he and Dub and Austin and Izzie did at the lake. It’s a JOY to see our son being so happy. Remember, this was a boy whose former foster parents wanted additional funding for because they thought he was a “deaf mute.” His laughing and jabbering and hugs are the greatest “fathers day” gift any father could possibly have 🙂 xoxo Rick (and Keon)