Saturday, October 25, 2014

Camel Toe - Beware Of This One...

...cause once you see it you may think twice before ever looking at another photograph of camel toe on anyone's blog ever again! This is scary, maybe even traumatic to behold!

Remember, I warned you and I am even being nice enough to give you a chance to avoid seeing it by making you scroll down to it. So if you don't want to wind up needing bleach to cleanse your eyes, stop here.

Here it is - no not the camel toe pandemonico - but your second chance to avoid it. Yes of course, that means you'll have to scroll even a bit more to see it if you dare. Tempting - isn't it. Just remember, you have been warned, it is horrendous beyond belief.

Okay, I guess if you want it, what can I do but give it to you. Well, only after a third and final warning. Pass this one by and it's strike three for you - you lose and I have won the temptation game by getting you to look at it. I guarantee the sight of it will be burned forever into a dark place in your mind's eye!

Hope you didn't expect me to show you her face after my spiel about that camel toe.
Believe me you are better off not having to see it after what you have already seen.

Dear lord, I hate myself for having done that to you but I did warn you!

Hope you can live with that and knowing it will last forever and a day as one of your most vivid, if not fondest, of memories.

A hat tip to Herr M for that one.

All the best,
Glenn B

I Wish I Had This Kid's Hunting Prowess

Not only was this young man, Gavin Dingman of Oceola Township, Michigan, able to bring down an all white deer with a single bolt from his crossbow but it was a ten pointer at that. It wasn't like the deer was a yearling an unwise to the ways of the world. That particular deer had to have been more wary than others of its species to have made it to its age (at least 3-4 years old by my guess) because it had the great disadvantage of being an albino (or leucistic) trying to survive in nature. That it did survive as long as it did means it was one wary deer. In other words, the hunters, the 11 year old boy and his dad, were one smart team of hunters to get close enough to have bagged him with a crossbow! I tip my hat to them - to the dad for teaching his son well and to the boy for making sure he had a good shot and bringing home the venison.

As for all of the controversy (yes the animal rights kooks are up in arms because they say he shot a pretty deer) over him shooting a white deer, some people are quite simply simple minded buffoons with little better to do that whine and moan, gnash their teeth and make death threats over things that are of so little importance as to be ludicrous. A deer is a deer and that is meat on the table no matter what the color.  This one will also make a nice trophy at that. More here at the source.

Congratulations young man - you did well.

All the best,
Glenn B