Friday, February 15, 2013

Spotlite on My Hubby (no nuts today)

Check it out.  Tim was interviewed over at Rusty's blog.  And, the latest issue of The Manor is out as well.  Then when I'm done here, I'll remove the hearts from his blog.

All in all, not a bad week for Poopyhead.

I honestly don't want to remove the hearts from his blog.  But he said if I didn't, that he was going to put flying penises on mine.  And really, I don't want flying peckers on my blog.

Not so much.

23 comments:

  1. But your readers want flying peckers on your blog. PLEASE!!!!!

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  2. you can put falling bunnies instead to his blog now that the Easter is next holiday :)

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  3. Leprechauns before that too!

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  4. You don't want that on your blog! Let him have his man blog back.

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  5. The flying peckers would have been an escalation that eventually would have brought the whole internet down. Then we'd have to live in a post-apocalyptic internet with mutant bloggers. We can't have that now, could we?

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  6. On a side note, Ray is a flying pecker!

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  7. As are you but at least mines not Ginger! bazinga!

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  8. Flying penises were good luck symbols in ancient Rome. Maybe it's not such a bad idea? :-)

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  9. No flying peckers....



    Yuck. :/

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  10. If he puts flying peckers on your page, I will laugh and laugh and laugh. Better yet, put flying Ray's on your page-for as Fran said, they are one and the same :)

    This is too much fun!

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  11. We're getting into weapons of mass destruction territory with the threat of flying, uh, man parts. No matter the color, shape or size.

    Maybe flying puppies instead?

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  12. He says he would put the flying peckers on your blog but does he have the know how? Hmmm....

    Still, it was very nice of you to let him have his man blog back. He was very patient and deserves a fine baked meal and fancy dessert.

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  13. Hmm, I think I'll pass on the disembodied flying penises, too. Now, if they were attached to everything else...

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  14. Boogerbutts: Seriously, seriously, the best bunch of comments. And reading them in order makes them all that much funnier.

    Thanks for this.

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  15. At first, Ivy, I was going to vociferously call for the continuation of hearts on Tim's blog.

    Then I saw his threat.

    You chose wisely. Very wisely.

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  16. I was trying to come up with a snarky comment when a single heart floated down your blog page. Then I realized could be floating down my computer screen. I'll pass on the ancient Roman luck.

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  17. Boric: I know, right? No thank you. Just on the off chance he can figure it out, and believe me, he would learn just to get those hearts off his blog.

    Ken: Any time you want me to give your wife the codes, just let me know. I think Tim would be VERY happy to see little hearts falling down your blog.

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  18. I LOVE the little hearts ;D

    And what a cute pic of the pup!

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  19. Kim: I'm still enjoying them myself. But soon enough, they will come down. Thanks, that's Miss Wiggy wrapped in a Valentine blanket that I made.

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  20. A couple who threatens each other, stays together. I love it! LOL! Nice to see some spice in this world.

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  21. Azra: It's fun to be silly. Looking forward to trying that tea you told me about. Thanks :-)

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  22. I can see it now. A schlock sci-fi film called Attack of The Flying Penises.

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