ewwww! Sorry but I can't imagine. I mean those people are someone's mom and dad. Oh and I found you thru Badness. Fun blog!
Memories of the grow up next door :)Never fails to amaze me what's going on behind seemingly "normal" doors.
K, that was pretty funny:)I just came over here from Badness and I wanted to say how sorry I was to hear of your father's illness. I will be thinking of you and your family as we head into the holidays.
Naked Twister?No, no, not nice at all. Right hand on blue, right leg on yellow, left leg on green, left hand on - er - um.I would not care to see that at all.
NEKKID twister! EWWW..The images that come to mind. I sure hope mass quantities of liquor were on hand!
I'm thinking mass quantities of booze and maybe some x.
Made me laugh out loud when I saw this article. You just never know with people.
Wow. To each his own, but really, when you're clogging up traffic in a residential neighborhood on a regular basis it is time to move that crap further out of town!
OH good grief! I am thinking if there's that many people showing up, I wouldn't want it going on on my street either... And I also assume they don't want to make it a legitimate business venture because they don't want to have to obey all the laws and ordinances and other issues.
Duncanville is so ghetto, I'm honestly not surprised!I got your card in the mail today!!! Thank you so much!
I have to write this but I apologise in advance."As long as it's only your mind it blows"
We don't need that. We've got two daycare to block drive ways.I'd rather belong to the block that gives parents a treat (a little something for the mug that everyone is carrying) at Hallowe'en!
A house in my former neighborhood, I found out years after everybody else knew about it, was used solely as a swingers' club. Turns out, some people I knew belonged to it. GAAAA! I can't imagine how much the membership dues were - the house was worth over $1 million and annual taxes were probably in the $15/year range! Astonishing.
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