Wednesday, November 8

Ex-squeeze me, I have a panties question. What?

Seriously, this particular pair of panties has gotten me the most hits per day than any other image I've ever posted, for the past two weeks. These panties are so old I can't access them in my flikr account anymore. What gives?


  1. I have two words:


  2. They're Indian Britches... they always creep up on you.

  3. Dunno. They look hideous to me, BG -- real birth control panties, I tell ya.

    Unless one removes them first. Yeah, that might work.

  4. Anonymous11:00 AM

    Well, at least they aren't the Potomac Drainage Basin Indigenous Persons football team panties...

  5. They remind me of the Washington Redskins. I was amazed when I first moved to DC that the local news would actually lead with a report on a football game! You'd think in DC the lead story would be something political. Maybe you have a lot of fans in DC?


  6. Anonymous11:36 PM


    Without getting all indignant or anything, that's a nasty, vicious hateful little word, regardless of the context. Which is why I refer to that particular team, which insists on clinging to that abominable name, as the Potomac Drainage Basin Indigenous Persons.

  7. Seminole underwear.

    Puns invited, I suppose.

    And boy, I do also hate that team from Washington's nickname. I hope my Iggles can beat their behinds this week, if for no other reason than that I'm indignant and offended whenever I hear it.

  8. ... to crank ... your comment is noted, sorry.


  9. Anonymous4:27 PM

    "... to crank ... your comment is noted, sorry."

    No harm, no foul. Without hijacking this thread too much on Indian Mascots, I should point out that FSU has a special deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida and they go out of their way to present their mascot, the great chief Osceola, in a historically accurate and culturally sensitive manner.

    "if for no other reason than that I'm indignant and offended whenever I hear it."

    Spoken like a true Quaker, just about the only white denomination to ever stand up for Indians.

  10. Quakers signed treaties with the locals when they arrived in Pennsylvania, and then had the audacity to respect the treaties to which they had affixed their names. What a concept.

    Yes, and the Black Hawk Nation gave its stamp of approval to the logo used by the NHL's Chicago team. That still doesn't make this right, in my opinion.

    Just take a look at the logo on the hats of the Cleveland Indians. Just sayin'...


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