Random nonsense.

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The combination of marshmallow fluff and cream cheese is enough to make me hurl, but I suppose it’s an appropriate name. Eat enough of that and your booty will definitely be dipping.

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If you’ve been in or around the military you’ll be laughing right now. If not, please continue reading.

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A talking pear?

Damn it… now I’ll have to go out and listen to ours.

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There’s no reason for this chicken. He just made me smile.

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That’s one bottle that will not be making it’s way into the man cave bar.

WTH?

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44 thoughts on “Random nonsense.”

  1. a short journey starting with booty dip and meandering its way to turkey breast infused tequila. either your are holding the mouse wrong or you have poured something else other than tea or coffee in you cup this morning. i hope someone used photoshop to attach the bowtie because it is too early in the morning for chicken wrestling. darn i knew there was a key phrase missing from that trans military vocabulary chart ! PS when will it be upgraded to include the space force ?

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  2. First of all, that military jargon is hilarious, I have four cousins two in the Marines and two in the Air Force and they are always putting each other down for their “enlistment” choices. They do this every single time we get together….lol
    That pear looks like the Grinch from Dr. Seuss, and the last one, turkey infused what the fuck now? Ewww.

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  3. Well, as an air force baby, I’m not thrilled with that list.

    The booty lost me at fluff + brown sugar. That would make me illl!

    As would TURKEY vodka. I love crazy vodkas but even I have to pass on that!!

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      1. I have one of the Thanksgiving edition Jones Sodas somewhere. I think I missed turkey and ended up with green bean salad, or something like that. Never had any intention of drinking it.

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      1. Maybe he wasn’t, but the big brass still is. Playing chess with human pawns is not an acceptable pastime, unless you’re sitting in an office while your pawns are on the ground, on the ocean, or in the air defying gravity.

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      2. This was our mistake during the Vietnam War, blaming the soldiers instead of the government who sent them there. My husband was a teenager sent into a living nightmare…. and was spit upon when he returned. Protest the policies, not the servicemen forced to carry them out.

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      3. The problem thenwas, and still is today, the generals and such, and even the politicians, are hiding out in their offices while the servicemen were still on the front lines, visible for all to spit on. My Lai was a crime, but the wrong people were found guilty. “It wasn’t their fault the captain followed their orders!” Oh, no.

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      4. I lean that way myself, but can’t in good conscience punish a young man/woman who feels they are proudly serving our country. We’re too quick to send them in harms way.

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      5. And by letting them be sent we are all silently supporting the practice of sending them into harm’s way.
        I almost joined the air force myself when I was a young man, but luckily the doctors rejected me for having flat feet. What the hell does flat feet have to do with flying?
        Those flat feet saved me. I became a hippie instead, and learned how to be a pacifist, an atheist, a socialist, and all kinds of other ists. Now I’m just me. I like being just me.

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