Friday, December 14, 2012

Happy Friday - You Made it.....


Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

Oh my god! That is so damn creative!

Think I'll be carrying a razor blade and a small roll of tape wherever I go now. The opportunity is bountiful! ;-)

7:55 PM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

One of those long, thin bottle brushes would probably work better.

Of course, if you want to be safe, nothing beats a wire brush! (Ouch!)

8:55 AM  
Blogger Jefferson's Guardian said...

LOL FT, I must be slippin'. Had to read it a second time to understand your point. "Ouch" is an understatement! ;-)

6:55 PM  
Blogger Father Tyme said...

It reminds me of a conversation I had with a dentist a while ago. I was getting a root canal. I told him my stomach was a bit queasy and was worried about an "accident." He told me not to worry as he had lots of that kind of paper if I needed it. But all I could see were brown paper towels like used to dry your hands in public restrooms.

He said that was the trouble with Americans, that our (parts of) "bottoms" were too soft from being treated to "Angel Softness" since we were kids which he said constituted our lack of whatever. Evidently in some countries he visited, the T-Paper was similar to the brown paper towels used in average rest rooms. And they are as soft as sand paper, and just as absorbent! So, I guess, if we used those instead, our sphincters would toughen up and we'd be better for it...or probably all walk like John Wayne!

After listening to that for a while and once I could talk, I asked him if he ever used certain leaves, vegetation, grasses and even stones to take care of business. He was appalled! I told him he must not have been in the same countries as me. Since them I've treated certainparts of me with some REAL TLC! To which he laughed and agreed.

So while the wire brush might be a litte over kill, there are somethings pretty painful which we really shouldn't have to endure if possible...unless you're into Opus Dei! Eh, Justice John?

1:17 PM  

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