Monthly Archive: September 2007

Sep 21 2007

Still not dead

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I found this incredible store, and I’ve been shopping my ass off.

Sep 17 2007

Not dead

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I found this incredible store, and I’ve been shopping my ass off.

Sep 05 2007

Delusional godbags vow to spam nonbelievers for eternity

Have you seen this thing? I wish I had found this hilarious website back when I was suffering an attack of unsightly butt-boils; never did a spinster aunt’s ass more sorely need to be laughed off. You will laugh your ass off when you grasp the premise of the ludicrous raptureletters.com. It promises sanctimonious jesusians …

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Sep 04 2007

Tuesday other-peoples-dogs blogging

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Well, it’s happened. Unable to contain her lust for fame, glory, and riches, my sporty sibling Tidy has enrolled her dog Fletch in dock diving school. Dock diving is a competitive sport invented by ESPN wherein the dog runs like mad toward a body of water, launches itself, and endeavors to splash down at a …

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Sep 04 2007

The long-awaited labiaplasty update

A chorus of yips went up at Spinster Aunt HQ when the news broke: a couple of national doctor clubs have experienced an uncharacteristic moment of lucidity and come out in opposition to cosmetic vagina surgery. In a Bloomberg report, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reveal …

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Sep 03 2007

Ask a Spinster Aunt: giggling, feminism, and you

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Blamer Alexandra writes: Q: I was (seriously) wondering: Is it feminist to giggle? I’ve never known a man to giggle. Is giggling a natural thing, or should I blame the patriarchy? A: You’ve come to the right place, Alexandra! I am Director of Hollow Mirthless Laughter at the Twisty Institute, where I am also widely …

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Sep 01 2007

AntifeministWatch 2007: Ana Marie Cox

Last night I thought I’d do something uncharacteristically current-eventish, and watched McLaughlin on PBS. It was another one of those “are bloggers legitimate journalists/whatever will become of poor print media?” discussions. Counting McLaughlin, the panel was Y-chromosome heavy, with a ratio of four dudes to one woman. The woman, of course, was plucky DC wit …

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