M is for, um, that thing you do….

…that thing that they tell you will make you blind, or your hand fall off…

I heard more about Elizabeth today (a hog wild story about her is here). She had gotten her 700+ pound self stuck in a small chicken coop (no chickens in there, just hay), and had to be strongly coerced out, all the while being her irascible self.  Because she’s going into heat. And she hasn’t had her beer. So I said to my coworker (not Elizabeth’s owner), well if the owner can’t or won’t get her spayed, maybe Elizabeth could have some sort of self satisfication station built just for her. Coworker laughs and says she does, they call it her mastubatorium. Something to do with old tires and cement, and Elizabeth likes it. She’ll use the car sometimes if she can’t use her mastubatorium. Ick, says I, not touching that car!

M is also for Moth

As in Polyphemus moth, a really big silk moth…
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DH took these pictures (and said I could share). Check out the translucent windows on the lower wings,
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what’s wrong with this picture?

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Yes, there’s a driver, and a backseat passenger behind the driver in there!

I was on my here, for my first time,
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What, I wonder, is with these red balls? Target…

I bought the item I was looking for (a specific gift), and then I found these, on clearance, which I’d been looking for. To send to Australia (since they don’t like the peanut butter/chocolate thing there). Gotta say, the dark ones are not so good… well, Adam West was such a goody two shoes batman, so figures.  (But I still like the old shows).

Speaking of send to Australia… Lucia’s hubby designed a triple bypass surgery shirt, in Sumarian (and would also have done it in Latin or Klingon)! He has the most excellent t-shirts, here, and seemed happy enough to do a special!

In Ancient Sumerian, it will read “The scalpel that has restored my heart in three places has not laid me low”.  How cool is that?

6 Responses so far

  1. 1

    Julie said,

    July 1, 2008 @ 5:11 am

    A mastubatorium – OMG, too funny!

  2. 2

    Chris said,

    July 1, 2008 @ 7:19 am

    *blink blink* Heh, I really never know WHAT I will read over at your place. Yowza.

  3. 3

    Lucia said,

    July 1, 2008 @ 9:44 am

    Hey, thanks for the shout-out! You’ve really been busy with the Ms. Exactly how big is that moth? Love the eye-spots. I didn’t realize we had such things right here in New England.

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    kmkat said,

    July 1, 2008 @ 10:45 am

    The Target in Bloomington, MN (it is the ORIGINAL Target; I bet you never knew such a thing existed) has those same red balls. I assumed they were to keep cars from driving on the sidewalk, especially if there is no curb, as in, one can roll carts and wheelchairs and stroller from parking lot onto sidewalk anywhere.

    That is Some Pig.

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    Kate said,

    July 5, 2008 @ 5:16 am

    Hot summerdays here now, at least. But it won’t last forever according the weather forecast. Must enjoy the heat when we have it.
    Speaking about butterflies, I haven’t seen a single one this summer.Too bad, they are beautiful to look at.
    About my yarn, the pink one, I haven’t decided what to make, maybe a scarf or something like that.

    Take care!

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    Gramily said,

    July 5, 2008 @ 6:13 am

    I went to that Target for the first time recently myself. I was amazed at the place; how is it ever going to make money? Most people in there were salespeople.

    I first encountered the masturbatorium in Augusten Burroughs, Running With Scissors, which T and I listened to on cd driving to PEI for a bike trip, a GREAT book to listen to! It was in a psychiatrist’s home that was not too different from a barnyard.

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