Tuesday, February 7

Put on your Blue Gal panties
and deal with it.


The goal is that when you Google "panties" and click "I'm feeling lucky", it will take you right to my blog.

When I did it today, this is where I wound up. Browse around their site, you'll like what you see.

Oh, and start the Google bomb whenever you like.

BTW this is my 200th post. Not quite as prolific as Douglas Walnut, (loving his new digs) but still.


  1. Finally! Now I can find my wife when I need to.

  2. Lord 'o mercy! I was reading, and holding my breath, thinking, "No way. They're kidding, right?"

    I remember reading "The Best of Dear Abby," many, many years ago [I think I was nine or ten].
    There was a letter from a wife who allowed herself to be strapped into a chastity belt while her husband was at work.

    He came home once a day to let her go to the bathroom. And she was okay with that! Even at ten, I knew they were both well and truly cracked.


  3. Am I the only one to check out the price on these and discover the gag?

    Until that point, I was "Oh. My. God"-ing, wondering what kind of whack job would come up with something like this.

    Congrats on your 200th post, Blue Gal. I changed the theme tonight at my place. Hope you like it.

  4. Um, no, I kept going until the end, where they admit it's a hoax, but I didn't want to give it away. ;-)

  5. That was a hoot. This reminds me of the time I was looking for small desktop utilities at Tucows and found a little software program that a man had made for "self protection."

    It seems his wife had PMS, so he created this little program that sat in his toolbar to tell him the most "dangerous" days of her cycle.

    Those were the times, he said, when he was likely to get klonked with a lamp or find himself sleeping on the couch with a single scratchy blanket.

    I lost it. I was laughing so hard I nearly fell off my chair. I offerd to download one for my husband, but he tactfully declined.

    We are still reformatting the computer, but I wanted to surface long enough to visit some favorite blogs. This is the first time we have ever reformatted Windows XP. We are almost feral at this point.

    We had to start all over again and wipe the hard drive clean. We are still only about 1/3 done. I never knew an OS could have so many error messages that don't pertain to anything real, and which will not go away no matter what you do.

    Tomorrow, the third pass awaits. I'm looking forward to it as much as I did my last Root Canal.

    Take care, and never crash your computer if you are running Widows XP, service pack freaking 2.


  6. I was surprised to actually read something of decency at a liberal blog I've been monitoring. I wish I had known about these things before my wife started seeing that Jew lawyer.


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