Tuesday, December 13, 2005 :::
I'm confused about these photoshopped pictures. They were either done by anti-Republicans who want to make the Bush Administration seem like perverts and panty-sniffers, or they were done by fetishists, who have a thing for both Republicans and panties. Or perhaps they are bi-partisan. Either way, I think they are funny, but I found them on a site that did not explain their existence, which is maddening.
Not that it comes up in conversation a lot, but I am not allowed to use the word "panties" in front of K-Mack and J-Balls. They are repulsed by it. They also don't like the word "moist," and if you mix the two words together they practically have seizures. I myself don't have any word phobias, but I do get oddly uncomfortable when someone orders a Pot Pie at a restaurant. I seriously hate those things at a primordial level.
p.s. Of course blogger doesn't recognize the word "fetishist." Blogger is such a prude. Either that or it has word phobias, too.
::: posted by dan at 11:21 PM :: [ link ] :: (13) comments
13 previous comments:
If not panties, then what do they call them?
By stapler, at 4:14 AM
You should see Uncle Ray's panty collection. Interestingly enough they are all in his size.
By billthecatlives, at 4:26 AM
Hey! Are you trying to take away my thunder by posting about panties?! You know that's the only reason people visit my site.
I'm surprised you don't come up in the number one slot on google for panties.
By Colleen, at 7:30 AM
moist and juicy are my phobic words.
argh! i can't even look at myself type them, they gross me out.
By Honey Bunny, at 7:41 AM
They're undies, bum pants, knickers ... the possibilities are endless.
Panty is a nasty word.
When I was in sixth grade a group of girls who went on to be the high school A-listers issued our teacher with a list of words they could not tolerate to hear.
Interestingly enough, that list included "moist" and "juicy."
Don't recall whether "panties" made the cut, though...
(And I grew up just outside of Boston -- honey bunny, did we go to elementary school together? ;)
By lady j, at 8:59 AM
please disclose the website you acquired these from. i am intrigued on several levels.
By hubs, at 10:54 AM
Love this. Are those red socks photo-shopped as well?
Accidentally dropping your panties during a business meeting is one thing, wearing red socks on purpose is quite another.
By Elle Marie, at 3:12 PM
Glad to know I'm not the only one who hates the word "panties." I officially like K-Mack and J-Balls now.
By Cara, at 6:02 PM
Panties and Moist - the very same words I hate as well. Odd.
By Robert, at 7:02 PM
funny. in college, my friends banned the words panties, moist and the slacks. p.s. if you want to annoy almost any man, refer to his underwear (btw, that's what they are called) as panties.
By kelly, at 6:39 PM
Count me in as another hater of 'moist' and 'panty/panties.'
I prefer the word "skivvies" as a replacement.
By vespabelle, at 10:50 PM
You people who canīt stand hearing words like "moist" and "juicy" have to have experienced some weirdass stuff in your childhood or something. You`re probably in on that whole "Oh my God! He said 'Merry Christmas'!!! How politically incorrect!" - NONSENSE, too, arenīt you? Well, here`s a personal holiday greeting from me to you: HAVE A MOIST AND MERRY JUICY CHRISTMAS! no offense if any was taken... itīs a free country....?
By , at 5:07 PM
yeah, moist freaks outmy grandma... It was on "Dead Like Me" too. omg you would love that show... too bad they canceled it. They cancel everything I love, don't let them cancel you!
By Sarah, at 5:24 PM
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