Thursday, October 09, 2008

I am just saying

  • I don't think there are too many places a rug burn feels awesome. I don't recall ever saying to a buddy "Hey you don't know what you are missing. Having a rug burn on your testicle is fantastic." Anyway, I got a rug burn on my toe that is located between my big toe and my middle toe. Is there a technical term for that little piggy? So I got one there and it hurts. And that image is my community service message to everyone. It is a hidden epidemic and you good folks need to be warned.
  • I just thought I would add my perspective to the gay marriage issue. I just think we need to drop the whole gay thing from it and just call it marriage. It is just two dudes or two ladies who want to get married. We don't need to throw gay in there to make it a political or religious issue. I mean when two gay dudes decide to have lunch it is just lunch not gay lunch.
Have yourself a merry little weekend.

20 comments:

Booya said...

So how did you get only one toe? I have known several girls who had rug burns, typically on their knees, elbows and forearms. Odd I know.

To play devil's advocate on the marriage/lunch issue, does that same school of thought apply to rights? So there are no longer gay rights, just rights?

And what do you have against people having happy marriages and lunches? OH! You mean the OTHER gay :)

Phats said...

how in the hell did you get a rug burn on your toe?? haha what were you and the Mrs. doing Shife?? haha

Answered your question on my blog.

I agree with the gay marriage thing.

Tina said...

I feel the same about the issue on 'gay' marriage. Agreed.

Haha, yea I saw that new candidate thing on your site and one of our faculty had sent it to me too. Oh, I think you got me beat ;) But, I shall join you and vote for Obama!

So, there was this sorority girl I used to work with oh about 13 years ago...and she came in one day with weird marks on her chin and I said, girl what happened? She said, "don't tell anyone...but I spent the nite at a fraternity house. There is this guy I really like, well, yea...they are rug burns." LOL

billy pilgrim said...

i wouldn't want to be a gay guy with rug burns on my testicles on my wedding night.

it might be hard to explain.

Ms. Moon said...

Bless your heart.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Are those topics related? Like when a husband gives his husband a rugburn from doing it? You're gross . . .

Megan said...

I also agree on the marriage thing.

I'd prefer a rug burn to a few other types of burns I could name. Gravel, for example.

Random Chick said...

I am not going to ask you how you got a rug burn inbetween your toes...because I probably don't really want to know.

I like your logic on the whole gay marriage thing. Cuz if two gay women go shopping it wouldn't be gay shopping, or if two gay guys go running it wouldn't be gay running. I mean, seriously.

just bob said...

Man, I thought you were going to say you got a rug burn on your testicle. Thank goodness it was only your toe.

As Tina Fey said as Caribou Barbie... "I believe marriage is a sacred institution between two unwilling teenagers."

The Duck said...

I agree with your marriage idea for the most part. I think a lot of people are hung up on the word "marriage" as having a religious meaning, but even if it originally started that way, it's evolved over time, and doesn't necessarily have any religious connotations any more.

Anyway, I could say more, but my comment already feels too heavy for this particular blog.

Blonde said...

I am with you on the marriage thing. Anyone should be allowed to make the choice to live their lives trapped with getting the same piece of ass forever. I am not the marrying kind but anyone who wants to do it should be allowed to.

I had rug burns on my shoulders one time...don't ask..

BBC said...

Rug burns and paper cuts are never fun, no matter where you get them.

And don't get me started about the gay thing, I'm much older than you are and understand it much better so I know that there are two different types of gays.

Penelope said...

I don't believe the government has a right to tell anyone who can/ can't marry. Consequently, I don't think the government should be allowed to tell an organization who they have to marry either.

This is why I'm a proponent of civil unions.

Remember, "Government is best when it governs least".

Go 'Stros,

Karen

Cecile said...

How did you get a rub burn there? Oh wait, I don't want to know. Your little video was cute. Hey, you have my vote. HA

Essentially Me said...

I totally agree about your thoughts on "gay" marriage.

Woozie said...

I don't know what you're talking about, gay lunch is 100 times more fabulous than traditional lunch.

angel, jr. said...

Ouch to the rug burn.

Phats said...

You have competition in the blogworld for the presidency with Tina. HMM tough vote

Andraste said...

Isn't it funny how the people who are most against "gay marriage" are the very people it doesn't affect in the least tiny bit?

Robyn said...

Hey you! I have missed you and wanted to pop in and say hello! The whole rug burn thing has me thinking...HOW?? But that is another post...! Agree on the marriage 'issue' whole heartedly!
Hugs!