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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Follow-up to "Worst Blog Ever" - Part 1

Let's have a show of hands.

Who clicked through to be disgusted by the vile putridicity publicized by the author of The Worst Blog Ever?

Be honest with yourselves.
Be honest with me.

Personally, I have looked at it at least four times (including once when I was typing this entry). Every time I am disgusted with it. And I am disgusted with myself for looking.

10 Comments:

Blogger FLAMINGO1 said...

I did. And then the blog author left me a message on my blog and I felt guilty. It was awful. You should be ashamed of yourself for using this woman's medical trauma for your own personal entertainment. Jerk.

8:16 PM, November 07, 2005  
Blogger Complete Game said...

Word. I checked it out and read the majority of it and purused the pics. That's some rough riding. Makes my snip seem like a walk in the park (sans the three nurses dry-shaving Mario and Luigi prior to the procedure and trying to carry on a conversation with me while so shaving).

7:49 AM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger Dongley Shlongford said...

Do tell, were the nurses hot?
Did you fire a map of hawaii at them?

8:20 AM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger Complete Game said...

Fraid not Dongley. They were three middle-aged house fraus, and not of MILF variety I'm afraid. Was funny when they asked me if I'd seen the weather forcast though, all while shaving the twins.

"Yea, I think Jim Flowers said it might rain tonight. The lawn could use it. Oh by the way, YOU'RE HOLDING MY SACK AT THE MOMENT, SO CAN WE F'N GET ON WITH IT?"

8:49 AM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger The Velvet Fog said...

That is a fantastic story.
Dry huh? Did they use a dull disposable razor, or at least did they use something decent?

12:14 PM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger Complete Game said...

I couldn't see down there too well; I was lying on my back at the time. But the lack of water/shaving cream was awful. My recollection is that the razor she used resembled one of those old-school single-blade barber's razors (see, Mississippi Burning, the barbershop scene with Gene Hackman). Not for the faint of heart. As for the procedure itself, I had heard it wasn't too bad. My experience was otherwise. It felt like someone had my nards in a vice for about 15 hellish minutes.

Hope this doesn't blow it for anyone thinking about the snip.

1:54 PM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger garrett said...

Do you have pictures?
You should start a blog.

1:56 PM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger Complete Game said...

I'll leave that to the gal with the thing on her back. Besides, why start a blog when I've got yours to post on? I type 40 wpm tops and you type like 105 wpm. Help a brother out!

2:14 PM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger The Velvet Fog said...

that isn't going to be good for business.

Thanks for the imagery. I wanna go home.

I'm not getting any sympathy from the powers that be on this issue....

2:25 PM, November 08, 2005  
Blogger FLAMINGO1 said...

Earlier today you told me that you were a stallion...come to find out you are just a gelding.

5:24 PM, November 08, 2005  

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