Tuesday, January 08, 2008

A Boy and His Balls


My husband is in the kitchen pounding his meat. We’re having hamburgers for dinner. Was it wrong of me to start off this way? You must forgive me. My mouth hurts. I have a bad tooth which kept me awake all night and I’m tired. I have a tendency to be bad when I’m tired. Poor impulse control.

I love double entendres. Almost everything I think or say has more than one meaning. I find saying things with underlining risqué meanings in a very offhand way entertaining. Most people don’t even pick up on it but every once in a while I’ll look at someone and they’ll have a stupid lopsided grin and I’ll know they’ve understood. People I click with play the same game.

I particularly love to do this in large groups and office meetings when I become bored out of my gourd. I feel bad sometimes because I really can get carried away and I make others laugh and misbehave, too. I do it so subtly that I never get in trouble. I get tingly just thinking about it.

I put up a slide show of Longwood Gardens on my Photograph Site. It used to be a DuPont estate and is now a horticultural wonder. I went there on New Year’s Eve with my Mommy. My Journal Site has some short, short, story snippets that come from random phrase five minute timed writing. If you have been reading Divine Death there have been a couple of additions and things have gotten a bit hot.

I commented at Nessa’s Reading Room and updated my reading list. And finally, to see some of the things I made in December have a look at my Craft Site.

Now I am so worn out from exposing myself to you, that I must take a nap.

38 comments:

  1. grinning at your double entendres! I love doing that too! I see you've been quite busy! Happy belated New Year!

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  2. It's great to see you exposing yourself anytime, Nessa.

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  3. You go, Nessa! It's good when people have a sense of humor. The danger is always that some stick in the mud will get offended and make noise. But so what? We all like to have fun. I'm going to go now and try out a link or two that you included in the post. I hope your tooth is better soon.

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  4. Thanks for the peep show Nessa!

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  5. I don't know if I'm old enough for this blog.

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  6. Katie: Glad you are feeling better and are out and about.

    Ms. Wilde: Free to be me; )

    Sandy: I prefer to laugh, too.

    Quilly: Peeps for my peeps.

    Doug: I keep forgetting you have sensitive puppy ears.

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  7. How in the world do you keep all this stuff going Nessa? Double entendres make me laugh but I have no talent at creating them.

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  8. Double Entendre? Is that a ballet movement? Didn't know your hubby was into that.
    Lots of info here. Will have to go make my coffee and come back to fully enjoy.

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  9. Yer funny. We do that at our house too. I fear that everything inappropriate that my children do was learned from watching my bad example!

    Time to vote at TGQDC.

    xo

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  10. hehe.. you are good at this...
    no wonder how you could get away with makin others misbehave ;)

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  11. Now I will read your blog differently but I'm so slow that I'll miss them anyway.

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  12. Exposed? ;)

    I do that sometimes, too, and say things that have double meanings. Then I find it's not so original. LOL.

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  13. Longwood Gardens!! I love that place. I have a friend who was there just last weekend. I must look at your photos...
    Your logo can be viewed more than one way, too:)

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  14. Kat: I have a feeling it has something to do with my good girl training.

    Swampy: My hubby is full of surprises.

    Andrea: Thanks.

    C: I’m a bad example to my daughter, too.

    Hammett: It’s what I live for; D

    Dr. J: I could be more explicit but then I’d get in trouble and we can’t have that.

    Shari: We don’t have to be original, just risqué.

    Jay: Welcome. The burgers were very mouth watering.

    Actonbell: My logo? No, whatever could you mean? He, he.

    Pauline: Sleep, perchance to dream…

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  15. For some reason this reminded me of the time I got my hair cut when I was 16 and the stylist asked me if also wanted a wash and a blowjob.

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  16. You dirty thing, you! What a mouth.

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  17. ahahahaha. found you thru Rhea, putting you in my Are Ass Ass feed.

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  18. wow! loving it when you're naughty!!!

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  19. Pauline: That’s my great-nephew. He’s a cutie, can’t you tell.

    Diesel: They never say that any more.

    Rhea: I washed it out with soap.

    GLS: Love your picture. I must come and check you out.

    Crystal: I’m a bad, bad girl; D

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  20. Hi, Nessa. I love seeing what other artists are up to. Your totes are lovely and it was fun to reminisce about Longwood Gardens. My mother-in-law lives in Newark Del and my aunts in law are in Kennett Square - so Longwood is a favorite visit when we go out that way!

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  21. (!): Thanks. I always enjoy your showings.

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  22. "wink wink nudge nudge say no more, say no more!"

    from a Monty Python skit

    Yes, the art of the double entendre. Sure makes a meeting a little more bearable.

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  23. G: I love Monty Python. They were so pleasantly warped.

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  24. I enjoy your sense of humor! Hell, I enjoy everyone's sense of humor! More, please.

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  25. Mizmell: I love to laugh and take every opportunity to not take things seriously.

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  26. I had a couple laughs from your post today!

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  27. You really need to put spew alerts when you open posts like that! wine stains are hard to get out...

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  28. David: I was very happy with that one.

    Zhadi: I hope you didn't disturb the cats.

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  29. Ahahaha - the beginning of this post had me laughing out loud

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  30. Misty Dawn: You fell into my evil plan; D

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  31. Nessa, I relate to your "evil" ways, but my husband is more adept at double entendres than I! But he's louder and less subtle, lol...

    It's great to be around people who let you be yourself and fool around, expressing wry and sometimes ill-timed humor, don't 'cha think?

    I'm impressed with the number of projects you seem to have going on. Such creative energy!

    I live "next door" to you in NY, and I've written four novels and a a bunch of stories. So we have a common interest!

    I'm adding your link to my page...

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  32. Lynda: Hi. My husband has sayings like he's from the south, but he's only from south Jersey. I should record them because I can never remember them.

    Thanks for visiting here and adding me to your site. I'll be back.

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