Take Me Out to the Meme Game

This is for scott

BoughtThisPrisonBus

CanIGetAReddsAppleAle

CashierThatKnowsTheCodeForBread

CreepyBanjoBoy

Finally

IfLifeGivesYouLemons

LittleGirlCrying

RapperOrPublicRestroom

SirWhatsInTheBottle

SomePeopleWontAdmitTheirFaults

SometimesIwonder

SoTheGameIsASimpleOne

TheyFinallyCalledAProfessional

A little metal for the head bangers. And a cover for wiser (fun one though)

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DuckEggs

(that was because of the duck joke above. you’re welcome)

101 Comments

  1. National Pun Day?

    Never heard of it …

  2. We’ve moved into the Windows Open, Fan Running phase of sleeping comfort. Too early to take the AC out though. We like to delay that until at least October after the leaves start changing.

  3. Elliot doesn’t get fed today, he was to have a patch removed from his neck. he’s staring at me as I eat breakfast. wait until I leave you instead of going to daycare!

  4. wakey wakey

  5. Stella was limping yesterday. I can’t figure out what exactly is hurt. She’s sleeping in erin’s room rn. Another mystery.

  6. My new favorite meme background: My Feminist Cousin Calling Me Hitler

  7. Oh man, I’m using that.

  8. Lib friend’s birthday is today, and she is doing the Faceplant “donate to my chosen charity for my birthday” schtick. The charity is for helping transgender homeless in a specific state. That helps 3, 4 people?

  9. Once word gets out about the cash available I’m sure the ranks of homeless trannies will grow

  10. They must be all over, with all the votes they are bringing in. Worked in the pizza place for 30 years, one trans employee!

  11. My daughter lives with a trans dude.

    What do I win?

  12. In 20 years of work, I’ve met one tranny on the job. He was tall, thin, and very obviously an old man in a dress. Extremely creepy to be around, obviously unbalanced. I suspect he eventually failed a polygraph and lost his clearance, but who knows.

  13. What do I win?

    Uncomfortable gatherings and fewer grandchildren, sadly.

  14. I worked with a tranny during college. He was hired into the women’s shoes department, where I occasionally pulled shifts. Interviewed in a dress and wig, came to work dressed as a woman. Actually managed to look professional. Eventually he started coming in to work dressed as a man. The impression I got was that he had been going through a serious rough patch (tempestuous relationship with his then-gf, money trouble, trouble adjusting outside the Army), and thought that changing genders was his solution. When he realized that it wouldn’t solve his problems… he stopped.

  15. Maybe once he realized he would never-ever have anything resembling normal sex as a tranny woman he switched back.

  16. No matter how much I want to go back in time and have happy fun time with a young Clara Bow, it ain’t happening. I got over it, and I’m happier for it.

    Trannies should follow suit.

  17. That would be married lesbians responsible for space crime, thank you.

  18. “Married” lesbians are still women.

  19. I’m overthinking a meme. I officially have become Lame.

  20. *hands BC a stylish walking cane*

  21. Uncomfortable gatherings and fewer grandchildren, sadly.

    Actually, no. He was our friend before he knew our daughter – they met at one of our parties.

    And she’s fifty now, so more grandkids are not a consideration, and judging by the way she’s raised our spoiled brat of a grandson, that is a good thing.

  22. excellent selection. poisoning the minds of other now….

  23. Who the heck is clyde?

  24. *whispers under beasn’s basement door*

    you have silverfish in your laundry room

    HAHAHA!

    Silly McHumpy, those aren’t silverfish. Those are millipedes.
    Good thing it wasn’t the basement at our last house. That one had some of your mutant offspring….

    https://tinyurl.com/y23v9xss

  25. What the hell are those things?!

  26. Crickets.

  27. Beasn’s house is full of them.

  28. Camel crickets. Our last house had some. When you went down into the basement and saw one, you would suck in your gut and edge your way around them because they tend to JUMP in your direction.

    Sticky traps took care of that problem. *avoids eye contact with lauraw*

    One time, one of them f*ckers, the size of a small squirrel, came up the stairs and stood in the middle of my son’s room. He, my son, was pretty young at the time and started screaming. When I saw what the problem was, I jumped on the bed with him and started hollering for my husband, the designated killer of all things disgusting, making the son giggle like a loon.
    Husband comes running like WTH? Sees this cricket holding us hostage, makes an annoyed sound at me/son, GRABS IT WITH HIS BARE HAND, and tosses it outside.

    Whew, it was a close call. Had husband not been there, we may have missed having lunch.

  29. you should smoke one!

  30. how does oso feel about crickets?

  31. oso would poo her pants over a camel cricket.

  32. Camel cricket, cave cricket, weta, it’s all big honkin’ bugs.

  33. they sound small, only 1.5 inches

  34. Biggest bug in Michigan is a crawdad.

    #Winning

  35. Crawdads are not insects.

  36. crawdads are delicious in etouffe

  37. I didn’t say “insect”, did I?

    Pedantry failed.

  38. It wasn’t pedantry. You said bugs. I equate bugs with insects.

    Although they do call crawdads bugs in Louisiana and other backwards shitholes in the south.

  39. they sound small, only 1.5 inches

    Their appearance and aggression make them as big as squirrels.

  40. When I was a kid we would lift up rocks underwater to catch crawdads. We didn’t know they were edible. Our parents were fucking clueless.

  41. baby squirrels

  42. where did you grow up, HS? must not have been by the ocean?

  43. *bites back Pangaea joke

  44. I equate bugs with insects.

    This is a failure on your part. Are spiders bugs? How about centipedes?

  45. leon took his mean pills today

  46. What I’m saying is that it’s not my fault that you’re wrong.

  47. Huh, we have crayfish in Maine

    https://sites.google.com/site/mainecrayfish/

    I remember finding them as a kid in MA. Never seen them here but I haven’t been looking

  48. *bites back Pangaea joke

    And Jay thinks I’m the mean one.

  49. Are spiders bugs? How about centipedes?

    Spiders are not bugs. Centipedes are the devil.

  50. I grew up on an inland lake in Michigan.

  51. Heh, no cajuns around to cook anything that moves.

  52. Spiders are not bugs.

    I wasn’t aware that you were speaking some sort of regional dialect where words mean things that they don’t mean to the rest of us. I’ll adjust accordingly.

  53. If you are small, creepy, and not a mammal, you’re a bug and I don’t care if I’m wrong, you will be crushed if you’re in my house uninvited.

  54. If you are small, creepy, and not a mammal, you’re a bug and I don’t care if I’m wrong, you will be crushed if you’re in my house uninvited.

    *makes note to stay out of Beasnseses house*

  55. Checked with wife. Spiders are bugs. She says crawdads are not bugs, but she’s from Downriver.

  56. I made a small batch of zucchini butter this morning to try it out as a recipe.

    I am now making a triple batch of zucchini butter and pretty much all my future exra zucch production will be dedicated to the manufacture of butter. OMG so good.

    And super easy to make. Garlicky savory goodness for spreading on all the things. It’s just garlic, zucchini, salt and pepper, and a little snipped thyme or rosemary, bubbled down and stirred until it starts to brown and stick, then deglazed with a little vino or water. Two pounds of zucchini dice makes just under a cup of concentrated love.

    I think I’ll freeze a bunch for spooning into my soup base too.

  57. My old store straddled a little stream. There were frequently crawfish roaming around down there in the warm shallows.

    Spiders are bugs.

    How did your hands type this? It’s so offensive I had to cut & paste while looking away.

  58. Two days, two accidents. They’re gonna kick her out if this keeps up.

  59. Oh God not you too, Laura.

  60. SPIDERS ARE ARACHNIDS

  61. Arthropods, arachnids, it’s all critters to me.

  62. Yes, and ants are insects. Both are bugs.

  63. Don’t bug me.

  64. both are arthropods, both are not bugs. not all arthropods are bugs.

    *throws on more gas

  65. Aww, poor Possum.

  66. Beasn is correct. We had a Jerusalem Cricket between the front door and the storm door. I thought I was going to have to call out from work. Camel Crickets are uglier and scarier.

  67. Bret Stephens is a bug.

  68. Kilt it GUD!

  69. Preschool is a scam anyway.

  70. IKR! All these years and i still can’t graduate!

  71. anybody want some paste?

  72. Yea, pass it here.

    /soils pants

  73. No, but ill take one of those popsicle sticks so i can sharpen it on the concrete and stab various things.

  74. /soils pants

    Too soon.

  75. We learned how to make shanks early in Harlem.

  76. I’m not going to say anything, but this is the “we don’t need men” set (lesbians).

    Jennifer: I FUCKING HATE CARS 😡 seriously over it… two flat tires and NO FUCKING SPARE TIRE TOOL….. what a joke…

    Brian: Just saw this. You get it situated??

    Jennifer : have to get it towed somewhere to just get tires 🙄 not happy

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    Cassie (Jennifer’s girlfriend): Brian if you can figure out how to get this damn spare off we wouldn’t need to tow it 😏

  77. /soils pants

    Too soon.

    Heh.

    But we tease because it’s going to be fine. And I’m serious about my views on preschool.

  78. I don’t disagree about preschool, but my wife needs a break and this seemed more worthwhile than daycare.

    I’d rather homeschool her in general, but she never gets to play with other kids if we do that, and the wife isn’t all in on that front either. I was hoping to do P-8 at the nearby Catholic school, then retire and Possum and I can figure out what 9-12 look like for her.

  79. I’m going outside to go axe a stump some questions.

  80. I just don’t know that a preschool is any better than some day care. /shrugs

    As for socialization … homeschool and you pick the socialization. Send ’em to school and it’s a gamble.

  81. The homeschooled definitely need some kind of socialization. Long story short, co-worker’s MIL is in hospice care and the family has gathered to say goodbye. The homeschooled nephew has only been socialized through online gaming. No church, no sports, and they live on a tree farm so no neighbors, and he hasn’t even really been around family much. He called his cousin a faggot then couldn’t understand why no one wanted to play with him any more. The side drama isn’t helping the situation.

  82. They learn handwriting and reading at ours, which is more than a day care. Also hoping to befriend at least one set of parents if we can. We have no one here but my family.

  83. Also, she really really likes it so far, she is just too shy to ask to go potty, I guess, or is still too unskilled at getting her pants back up.

  84. I have a question…where did everyone here receive their etiquette / socialization training?

    I received mine at the dining table from my grandmother.

  85. In the wolf den with the other cubs.

  86. I’m still hoping somebody will show me the ropes.

  87. Seriously speaking though, it’s impossible to learn all that stuff at home. People are so different culturally even from family to family- you need to go out into the great mixer when you are a kid and figure out that common set of behaviors that works most everywhere. Especially if you’re growing up in a family composed of people from foreign lands, like I was. So, for me that was grade school and that’s likely not uncommon.

  88. The homeschooled definitely need some kind of socialization. Long story short, co-worker’s MIL is in hospice care and the family has gathered to say goodbye. The homeschooled nephew has only been socialized through online gaming. No church, no sports, and they live on a tree farm so no neighbors, and he hasn’t even really been around family much. He called his cousin a faggot then couldn’t understand why no one wanted to play with him any more. The side drama isn’t helping the situation.

    /gets on soapbox

    Weird children are weird children. If sending kids to school insured they would be socialized, there wouldn’t be any weirdos going to school … which, and I remember my school years pretty pretty well, certainly isn’t the case.

    For some – keeping them home (if you’re a normal person) gives you extra time to work through any issues they MAY have. Or, keep them from developing issues.

    My kids attending high school after enduring backward homeschooling for 14+ years. Believe me, they had NO problem socializing.

  89. /gets off soapbox

  90. Did I take them to other things? Yes. Soccer. Hockey. We joined homeschool groups. Some of those kids were weird. Some weren’t. They hung with their cousins, and we took them to the zoo and the museums and shit like that.

  91. For Co Alex

    https://tinyurl.com/yxcz4fwk

  92. She’s future ex-Mrs Colorado Alex material.

  93. I bet she pooed just a little.

  94. Did I take them to other things? Yes. Soccer. Hockey. We joined homeschool groups. Some of those kids were weird. Some weren’t. They hung with their cousins, and we took them to the zoo and the museums and shit like that.

    See, you socialized your kids. Online gaming is like Twitter, that’s not where you learn social skills.

  95. Plus, she brings over fake internet friends to party on the deck.

  96. I’m a grown adult and I know better than to take social cues from online games. It’s like 4chan and Twitter had a bastard child that had no indoors voice.

  97. She has a really nice deck.

  98. hey leon/alex, development of a secure “free” phone, radios disconnected, open source, hackable?

    https://media.ccc.de/v/Camp2019-10238-a_mobile_phone_that_respects_your_freedom#t=448

    Interesting video there.

  99. I’ve been checking in on the various open phone projects periodically. I think setting those up for people could be a lucrative side job.

  100. Decode each riddle painstakingly.


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