Mmmmm. Mormons.

If you’re like me (of course you’re not, darling, that’s just a figure of speech) when you sometimes watch Mitt Romney droning on about some damn thing or other he just made up, you can’t help but wonder what exactly is under all that expensive, badly cut suiting.

And does he dress right?

(There will be a prize for the Stinquer who knows what that means. No google.)


Dress right = wear the magic underwear?

@blogenfreude: Related to the topic of this post, do you hate those family car stickers as much as I do?

@SanFranLefty: Those are a real thing? I’ve only ever seen them in Toyota commercials.

@SanFranLefty: Someone somewhere suggested that those are like what military pilots used to put on their planes after they had shot down an enemy plane, that the figures represent run-over pedestrians. Not true?

@SanFranLefty: Yes. I’ve always wanted to have a Bondish car fitted with a retractible battering ram so I could go up behind cars like that and SLAM them.

@blogenfreude: Nope. Think tailoring.

@mellbell: Jesus Christ, those things are everywhere in the Sacramento area and Central Valley, so I assume they’re big in the rest of the country, too. Probably just those eeee-leetist enclaves like SF, DC, or NYC where you don’t see them. The only ones I ever see here in the Greater Peoples’ Republic of Ess Eff are same sex couples with dogs/cats/kids.

@SanFranLefty: Dude. Sac to Bakersfield = Little Morridor

ADD: Never saw that shit in Philly or NJ.

@Benedick: Wait. We’re not talking military speak are we, like, “Dress right…dress!”


Hint: when one’s tailor measures one for trousers.

It is a tailoring term for which side one’s member naturally hangs….adjustments are made by the tailor….

Re: family stickers. I plan to begin carrying red electrical tape to covertly “x” family members out.

@cuthbert: There you go. As in, ‘Do we dress right or left, sir?’

You win Celine Dion sings Andrew Lloyd Webber: the Disco Remix.

@cuthbert: I have been told that most men dress left. But I have not made a study of this matter.

In other news, my Dodgers overcame a wretchedly bad call by the third base ump (“for fuck’s sake, Blue, what game are you watchimg?”) to beat the White Sox in 11. A fine Fathers’ Day outing with my wife and daughter.

@Dodgerblue: Congrats. And yes, most men do dress left.

@I’m passing for white: To see he’d have to remove it from his mouth.

@Dodgerblue: Who tells you these things?

@Benedick: Don’t even get me started on banana dick.

And where the hell is ‘Catt? We’ve got oodles of Adonis girdles in this post (many thanks, Bene), and he’s missing?

@I’m passing for white: When will your secret boyfriend Bear Gryllis do a special on the survival properties of a tampon?

I always have a couple in our first aid kits and our earthquake for all the reasons given in that post.

@Benedick: Ah, yes. Knew I’d heard the term before but couldn’t quite grasp it.

@mellbell: As the actress said to the bishop.

@Benedick: Couldn’t resist.

Have you seen Memphis? I saw it at the Kennedy Center yesterday. Not bad at all, though the ending is rather abrupt and the brother character could be better served.

@SanFranLefty: Believe it or not I never saw one live until I visited my mom in the MD suburbs last month. They are ripe for mockery, for sure.

@mellbell: Book of Mormon and Warhorse are shlepping out here to the provinces. We got tix.

@Dodgerblue: We’re getting those as well. I’m certainly going to the former, possibly the latter also (if only to see how it differs from the movie).

@mellbell: I hear the play is overwhelming, far superior to the movie.

@SanFranLefty: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Lie back and think of England!

That’s right. I’ll repost that forever.

“The coe-lawn…”

Colin = Kah-lin, unless your last name is “Powell,” and then it’s “Coe-lin,” but if you’re Bear, the colon is the “coe-lawn.” SMH

Whoa. There was a dude named “Bud Weiser”?

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