Happy July 4th!


     Posted By: Paul - Fri Jul 04, 2014
     Category: Holidays | Sex Symbols

Whoops! I accidentally deleted the first comment posted here, along the lines of "Is that a rocket in your pocket..." Was that Expat? BD? Sorry, pard! I was just trying to clean up spam!
Posted by Paul on 07/04/14 at 09:04 AM
From Grandpa Silverman who visited us this morning:

Q: What do you call the next rabbi who is glad the first three got away with being untruthful ?

A: Happy fourth Jew Lie

GROAN Now !!! BTW He's Jewish if you didn't get it from the name.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 07/04/14 at 09:45 AM
@Paul: Wasn't me!

Happy 4th, y'all.
Here's a little ditty I dig out every year about this time. Listen
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 07/04/14 at 10:04 AM
@Paul: Wasn't me either!

I have my 1.2g aerial shells and aluminum launch tubes set up.
Will start with triples and work down to singles.

Gonna "redneck" it up as soon as it gets dark. Yeehaw !!

I used to get upset at all the noise etc but figured if you can't beat 'em .. join 'em.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 07/04/14 at 03:39 PM
Happy 4th everyone! I had to work today. 😠 But I am home now, thank goodness. I hope you all had a great day.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 07/04/14 at 04:57 PM
#2 is a lot easier on the eyes than Maj. 'King' Kong. (Slim Piickens)
Posted by BMN on 07/04/14 at 05:23 PM
There's something about attractive women who wear swimsuits and high heels at the same time. Give me time and I'll figure out what it is.
Posted by Phred22 on 07/04/14 at 07:06 PM
'Twas I, Paul. No problem. And you were right about the content.

Is that a rocket in your pocket...?
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 07/05/14 at 03:19 AM
Always love that little "kick back" (#1) that was the universal signal for female sexual arousal in those days. They probably needed a signal in the movies and on tv as they all slept in twin beds separated by a nightstand.
Posted by Flamingo1 on 07/05/14 at 05:34 PM
And yet they always had children!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 07/05/14 at 10:19 PM

They were called "nightcrawlers".
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 07/05/14 at 10:28 PM
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