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Sunday, April 8, 2012

None of your @#$%ing business, Beulah



22 comments:

  1. that would depend on how often the washer is over loaded for some! :P

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  2. LOL! Great find. Happy Passover, Erica.

    Hugs,
    Hermione

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  3. Wash my mind out with soap! Why did I immediately think of sex rather than church?!? Thanks for the laugh.

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  4. I have the feeling, Marne, that that's the reason Erica's so indignant. The sign wants to know how many times you attend church, not how many times you orgasm. Happy Easter/Passover/Whatever you do or don't celebrate this weekend.

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  5. Erica maybe these religious organizations wish to know. "How often are you spanked?. Tell them with a wink in your eye. "Once each weekday, Twice on Sunday, and Three times on 'Shabbosh'. As for further questions?. "You can kiss my VOLUPTOUS ASS.

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  6. Anonymous -- perhaps I haven't had enough coffee, but that went over my head!

    Hermione -- I didn't check back; you're the queen of Internet finds, so you probably found this one yourself about three Easters ago! :-)

    Marne -- exactly!

    Anonymous -- yup.

    Terri -- I didn't celebrate anything... and I'm going to hell for this, but I'm glad the hyper-religious holiday weekend is over for another year!

    Six -- that's none of their damn business either. :-)

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  7. That's hilariousl. I love church signs. Once Ross of kilahara posted a church sign that said, 'crying out OH GOD from your bed on Sunday morning does not constitute prayer' and recently, I passed a Catholic church sign that said, 'a loose tongue gets in some tight spots'. A man was standing on the sidewalk taking a picture!

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  8. Hahahahaha! There's a strip club near my house that has almost the exact same thing posted.

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  9. Sarah -- HA! Love it! This isn't kinky, but I passed a church with a sermon being given by Pastor Kwak. My first thought was, "It's a good thing he's not a doctor."

    Craig -- LOL! That figures!

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  10. Screw religion remember the chocolate :)

    Prefectdt

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  11. Prefectdt -- I agree! But no Cadbury Creme Eggs for me, please. As I said on Twitter last night, they look like chocolate-covered snot.

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  12. Loved the sign. And the "oh, God, one was great, too.

    FD

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  13. FD -- wasn't it? ST often points out that for an atheist, I certainly invoke God's name on a regular basis in certain circumstances. :-D

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  14. No joke, Erica, but the doctor that delivered my first son was Dr. Hymen! LOL

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  15. I celebrate Easter only in looking for the eggs and giving presents to my girls. They have no idea about the religion inherent in Easter and I am not going to force anything down their throats. I'm an atheist too. :)

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  16. Erica,

    That is a funny sign. Reminds me of some funny things in church bulletins.

    Yeah, there's a lot of religion in Easter. Pagan, Christian, and Jewish. It actually has its roots in the religion of Babylon and the pagan goddess Ashtaroth. The bunny and the egg thing have to do with fertility rites and spring being on its way. Most of the Easter season has nothing to do with the resurrection of Christ, the Christian part of it. Then there is Passover. Easter is rife with religion of some kind.

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  17. About those Cadbury eggs. The only one I care for is the dark chocolate fudge filled one. That is good. As for the others? GAK!

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  18. Sarah -- I believe it! I've actually heard of a gyno named Dr. Beaver, too. :-D

    NV -- it IS kind of funny when you think about it, how these serious religious holidays have such whimsical icons like bunnies and reindeer and so forth. Considering how heavy the subject matter is, I sometimes wonder if all the fun stuff was invented to make it more palatable for children?

    Bobbie Jo -- when I was a kid, I thought Passover Seders were an exercise in tedium. "Why is this night different from other nights?" Uh, because my effed-up family is here, and we can't stand being around them the rest of the year? (sigh)

    I'll take See's chocolate-walnut fudge eggs, hands down. Or Bordeaux eggs. Or coconut. Or... oh hell, I just like See's.

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  19. Hehehe LOL you are so funny Erica :-)Goodnight my very dear friend, i don't feel well and i am going to bed,i hope my Moo does ok tomorrow :-( oh how i love that very sweet cat,much love and hugs to you from your naughty girl Jade

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  20. Lol! Definitely more than once a year!

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  21. Jade -- I will hold good thoughts and wishes for Moo tomorrow. You take very good care of him and I'll bet he will be just fine.

    Lea -- oh honey, I sure hope so! :-D

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