Yep it’s that time of the week where I pull a random post straight off my facebook account and share it with you. Remember if your facebook doesn’t look like my facebook you need way cooler friends.
This one didn’t even come from my wall. I “hijacked” this guys wall and his friends and family ( non of whom know me) keep the thread going and hilarious.
He said “Rubbers” in conversation about blow up dolls, donkeys and sheep.
Yeah pretty much a freaking awesome thread on Facebook. It takes awesome people to make an awesome Thread, so hats off to this group of funny brothers, who have no clue who I am. I think this could get a pilot?
So remember if your face book doesn’t look like this face book, then your doing it wrong.
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Amish blow up doll?? OMG ……. I KNEW IT! Zebadiah’s wife DOES know how to play the skin flute. Those freaky freak Amish chicks. Now I have another reason to stalk them up here…. they are freaks!!
How the heck did I miss this whole thing on FB?? Howwwww??
It wasn’t on my wall, it was going on on a friends wall and his awesome brothers started it, I just played along LOL
Again, I need YOU as a friend on facebook… mine are lame! 🙂
That was made of awesome! Excellent FB page to hijack. If I tried to do this, I’d end up on an Amish woman’s FB page (do Amish people FB?), then there would be even MORE people praying for my soul. My only disappointment is that you didn’t write donkeys are a pain in the ass to clean up after. Because I do love some cheesy pun.
LOL. I did orginially then edited it since it wasn’t my wall and these people really don’t know me. But when you take the initiative to friend request me then your kinda puttin your world in my hands. Still I try to hard to be “polite” even when discussing blow up dolls and schlongin the sheep and stuff.
Reading you blog is even more funny than the FB postings – and I thought you were hysterical (is that a Freudian / female overused word – or just one that is misunderstood?)! You must be an English teacher (or a very sensitive former Spelling Bee champion!) to catch me misspelling sites by using “sights”! Ha!
The repartee was delicious, quick and totally unrehearsed. What is IRONIC is that I am Luke’s Father, while John is my youngest brother. We have a sister that is mentally handicapped that lives with me. She fits right in the middle (chronologically speaking) of her four brothers – so John and I found it interesting to hear you describe your siblings and mental/emotional (twisted, was I think one of the words you used! hehehe) upbringing / current state.
Because of our sister Nancee, we have at once been very protective of her, but full of the blarney as we loving tease her about which of us is her “favorite brother”. So glad to hear you also have loving siblings. Stay salty – keep the perfume spiced with some occasional vinegar. Just for reference (geographic orientation is important for well grounded mental cognition registration) we are all mid-westerners (as I’m sure you’ve seen on our FB sites) – and the closest I’ve ever come to living in your neck of the current woods was two marriages ago in Shreveport, LA (don’t hold that against me).
Stay well and stay in touch. Your blog is an inspiration for me to contribute more frequently and with more pizazz to my own. Thanks.
By the way, our Amish friends up here in northern Indiana tell us that all they do is “romp” and play the skin flute and the mouth harp in their duets, because after working all day and then cleaning the dishes in the dark they just love to get together and NAME THAT TUNE! Sheep and donkeys are optional choir members.
Your killing me here LOL… loved it ! Glad to have you around.