Nom, nom, nom . . .
Close up (whale tail).
To bake some thongs for yourself, check out the recipe here.
Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: food
// Apr 17, 2009 at 2:20 pm
Jesus H….in my day this kind of shenanigan would have landed you 10 years in the hoosegow. Put some proper granny underpants on those cookies!
// Apr 23, 2009 at 12:56 pm
// Jul 13, 2014 at 3:14 am
This is too funny…its funny because it is true. I am mairerd 35 with 2 kids. I remember when I was young my mom would say she found “insert whatever here” while cleaning my room. One time while in college I signed up for a promo and I guess that company sold my info to Victoria Secrets….2 months later coming home for summer vacation, my mom asked me why am I looking at womens underwear?!!?!?!In my late 20’s after a long business trip to Korea I visited my parents before going home, I bought a present for my mom and told her it was in my briefcase. She didn’t find the present but a Maxim magazine, she thought that was porn and made some reference to the Victoria Secrets catalog…I still laugh at that one.I visit my parent’s place every now and then and still have some mail that gets sent to their house. My mom tells me I have mail and of course it is already open. Hahaha I don’t mind now since I have my own family to tend to.
// Feb 21, 2015 at 2:27 am
i like cream colored acressocies perhaps a bit more than cream colored clothing (not that i wouldn’t wear cream, i just dirty things too easily!)
// Mar 23, 2015 at 5:42 pm
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// Apr 24, 2015 at 1:56 am
I don’t really know how to say what I’m about to say whoutit looking like a pervert or a pure product of my society. And actually, that might just be true: I AM a product of the world I live in.It is very well true, everywhere in magazines, on telly, we see flat and almost perfect girls. In a way, it is a sad thing because it does affect the way young girls see themselves and how they act and dress. But the problem, I believe, comes more from the parents than the society and the models as a whole.Yes, I know It’s easy to blame the parents. But when men are asked, they’ll always say with a vast majority that they don’t mind if their girlfriends are not perfect. We very well know that these are just a front, something pretty to sell. We want to look at beautiful girls on telly. We want to see a cute girl with a perfect breast advertise Wonderbra. But when it comes to our girlfriend, we don’t necessarily want perfection. Otherwise nobody would have a girlfriend because there’s obviously not a single girl around looking like a photoshoped one for real!The real problem is: we don’t know how to teach that to the youngsters. We didn’t learn to tell them : Yes, she’s beautiful and perfect. But she’s not normal’. She’s been photoshoped, or there was a team of several people working’ on her to make her look like that. Nobody CAN look like that on the street. It is also our duty, as parents, to say no if they want that sluttyish piece of clothes. It is the parents who buy these things. And as an uncle of two little girls, I see it as my duty to bash and yell at their parents if they don’t wear something I deem acceptable.Our children need examples, not a telly. But that’s taking the debate on another ground