Sunday, November 20, 2011

Today's Vocabulary

Nutcracker:  1. (n) Newest event for the 2016 Olympics-Male Balance Beam
"Aw, F!!! I knew I shouldn't have made that bet
that Chastity Bono wouldn't go through with it."






20 comments:

  1. Oh but it's "Chas" Bono dontcha know!!!

    Nutcracker: 2.(n) also known as a wife.

    cheers

    M

    p.s. thanks for visiting me and joining.

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  2. Ouch, that's an absolutely crazy event, I would hate to be a participant in this one! Chaz Bono makes me sick, not for his choices but how he/she just does it to achieve fame and attention in my opinion.

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  3. @Marlia: Chaz: Always good for a laugh. Much like Mr. Weiner (his name alone...). "also known as a wife." Also the term "Ballbuster" is appropriate.
    @Orange3" It's never a pretty sight.
    @Yeamie: You're right on the money as usual. I have absolutely no problem with hacking off the lady bits and placing a "We're Closed" sign on the undercarriage. But, it's the Hollywood attention-getting that gets me going.

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  4. More of a nut-squasher than a nut-cracker, I would say.

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  5. so it business attire the new uniform for olympians?

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  6. Nut squashing face planter, as I bet they'd fall forward and smack their face on the beam. That has to be worth at least 5 points right?

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  7. I think you should've posted the picture that reflects the word.

    After he fell.

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  8. Oh, my. Now it's shirts and ties for the Olympics?

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  9. @Gorilla: Just the thought brings tears to my eyes.
    @Sherilin: With cuffs rolled up just so.
    @Pat: If I had made puree out of the boys, I wouldn't care less what had happened to my face.
    @Clipped: Lends new meaning to the term, "He stuck it!" Sadly, I still can't comment on your blog :-(
    @Robyn: You got that right. On a sorta related subject....my daughter played soccer today. At one point, her team needed to erect (sorry for the use of that term-couldn't think of another one) a wall. The girls arms were crossed across their chests. When boys play, yep, they protect the "little guys." Interesting physiological observation, that.
    @dirty: Well, I now have something to Google when I'm done here.
    @Eva: Yep, ever since that shameful cutoffs and wife-beater incident at the Little Rock Arkansas Little Olympics.

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  10. And after this event, they will all become world famous sopranos. Not the mafia kind.

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  11. I'm still waiting for the Monkey Bars to get the glory they deserve.

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  12. REALLY? Oh, you've got to be kidding me!

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  13. LMAO. Oh, and someone above mentioned giving Monkey Bars the glory they deserve--I agree.

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  14. @Ruth: Mashed nuggets.....
    @A Beer: That and the "Spin N Puke."
    @Nancy: Stranger things have happened. Think "Synchronized Swimming."
    @Amber: Good thing the East Germans aren't in the running anymore.

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  15. I plan on winning the silver medal in this event. I don't feel like going balls to the walls and getting the gold; I'll leave that to the Romanians.

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  16. If you do, then you can have it bronzed (FULL DISCLOSURE: Not my joke).

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  17. Very funny but I was expecting something about Tchaikovsky.

    And where is that athlete's jacket and why is his sleeves rolled up? wait, the olympics are formal? Is it after six?

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