I can't believe it's not a parody.
Butter also finds a way into the wifey's anal cavity, where it provides a lubricant for services that her vast, cavernous vagina can no longer laudably provide for the hubby. Jesus Christ, it's a like a BB in a boxcar when he comes by the front door. Just an echoing, flappy void. God, she's ragged.
|Retardo Montebaun |
As Sally slowly mixes the cheese sauce, Sally considers the question of her own sexuality, she honestly doesn't find the concept of marrying Roger all that interesting. The neighbor girl Mary though certainly has becoming prettier and prettier. By the time Sally has completed the sauce for the rarebit she has finally decided that yes, this whole lesbian thing might just be right for me, and golly I really do like the look of tattoos and flannel.
I also submitted this because the distortion at the beginning sounds a little like the STALKER vehicle glitch.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
Passes the Bechdel test! Thumbs up!
(Assuming they are talking about sandwhiches)
That's right ladies, make all the food. Use the stove, even. Now cut to boys pigging out.
Let's Make A Lie That Requires A Gas Range is more like it. "Sandwich" may be in the name, but an "open-faced sandwich" is hardly a sandwich. Damn the American Gas Association and their anti-cold-cut propaganda.
Bread was actually used as more of a disposable plate, kinda like a Taco Salad bowl, which still remains largely uneaten since it defeats the purpose of a "healthy" salad. Bread became more palatable by the time the sandwich was invented, but it was still tradition for royalty to not eat the bread (kinda like it's royal tradition to be proud of your fucked up teeth and all the work that's been done to fix them because of all the sugary shit you consumed) so for the most part the open faced sandwich would've been the compromise that the royals would've eaten while the proles increased the overall popularity of the "closed face" sandwich.
|infinite zest |
heh tuna sandwiches
|Robin Kestrel |
Wait, are they saying a hot dog is a sandwich?
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