All that electricity mumbo-jumbo is just quack medicine anyway. :eek:
Something tells me this is one of the plaques Geezer had to have Spicoli take down off the wall while he was showing the house......
LOL - reminds me of something I saw somewhere (for all I know it could have been here) where a Jr High Class was given a health pop quiz where they had to give five benefits of breast milk.
The kid comes up with 4, can't get a fifth and finally writes,
"Served in attractive containers."
Yeah it was on here, and I couldn't quit laughing.
In 10'th grade history we did a group project reviewing American History - 5 or 6 in a group. Each group was given a time period - maybe 40 year blocks or something and were supposed to cover several different aspects, one of which was medicine.
So this kid, Dave Francavilla is reviewing with us what he's found out on medicine which was his area. He was talking about the smallpox vaccine and - this is a direct quote because I remember it like it was this morning - says, "He created the smallpox vaccine by scraping cowpox pustules off cows' udders." He looks up, "What's an udder?"
Now Dave was a recent NYC import - but not THAT recent. And the county I'm from at that time had 30,000 dairy cows and 18,000 people. And I'm a farm kid.
Anyway, this girl, Debbie Reef, is in our group - cheerleader who after every game had to put steaks on both eyes. I point at her chest (conveniently supported by a desk) and say, "Those."
Evidently enough people heard that to throw the room into chaos. Bob Lawyer who was in our group fell on the floor laughing, Mr Bernocco - I thought he was about to have a stroke - he was trying not to laugh and couldn't help it - it was like the gym teacher in Porkies.
I was 2nd team all-conf in basketball my sr year - two years later - and got more people signing my yearbook talking about "udders" (including Mr Bernocco) than anything else.
You had to be there, but it was classic.
I had a young knockout teacher in high school that wasn't much older than us. I used to crack her up in class all the time and ran in to her in a bar one night and told her she had nice tit's. Oh man she did too.
Drinking age in Wisconsin was 18 at the time and the drivers license didn't have pictures.
Dierdre used to sit next to me in chemistry, wear something low cut and lay them babies right on the desk - I KNOW she did it so if I got called up to answer a question I'd do it with a hard-on.
This is no lie - in Dierdre's "action" cheerleading picture you can't see her face. I am dead serious. I don't know who from the yearbook comm picked that one to put in but it was great - I was pretty early in line to sign her yearbook and there was no room to put anything else on that page.
For just being a little sugar and protein, you can't get that stuff out of your armpit.
This thread really is enlightening. Whenever I have a moment where I think to myself, one day I'm going to mature, I just come here and it reaffirms that no matter what I'll always be a teenager at heart. (Or maybe in another place of my anatomy, but point is I know my teenage spirit will always be with me.)
May those that love us, love us.
For those that do not love us may God turn their hearts.
And if he cannnot turn their hearts may he turn their ankles
so we will know them by their limping.
I just had a professor refer to something I did as "truly excellent." And for once, it wasn't a double-decker poop. I'm cracking open a beer TONIGHT.
Went out to mow some pasture - tractor wouldn't start so I stuck the battery on the charger.
Then I mowed part of my lawn.
Why is it I like mowing my pasture riding a tractor but hate mowing my lawn - riding a smaller tractor?
Same friggin' job - just with one I sit a little higher off the ground.
I wish it would make up its mind and either rain or not - got another 4 acres to mow. If it would just friggin' rain I'd go do something else.
I had a special experience today.
Went to the gas station - $162.00
I was filling up gas cans to take home too but still - had a quarter tank left on the pickup.