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Sunday, April 12, 2009

TASTLESSNESS DISCLAIMER: Biological Females May Not Find This Amusing!

Miss Ginger truly has never met a real woman who can abide the "C" word... and I understand that they find it an unnacceptable description for female genatalia. As I type, I realize it's interesting that men don't mind what you call their genatalia, as long as it's not a synonym for "small".
Anyway, Miss G ADORES "The Sound of Music" staring Miss Julie Andrews, who, in Miss G's mind, should certainly be Dame Julie Andrews by now! Anyway, there is a part of the movie with a very unfortunate pronunciation, that I'm pretty sure would not make it by censors today!

Miss G apologizes to those who may be offended, but she can't help but laugh every time she hears it!


miss alaineus said...


omg, i thought i was bad for dropping the f bomb in meijers today....

always say excuse me after you berips!!!


Joy said...
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Joy said...

I only use that word to describe The Coultergeist.

Miss Ginger Grant said...

The Coultergeist! I love it!

Anonymous said...

G-I don't remember the movie going like that-poor Julie Andrews. MBC

Beth said...

LMAO!! No, that doesn't offend me. I don't often use that word, but when I do? It's well-warranted.

Dan said...

I have talked about the use of the "c" word before. To me, it is a word that gets to the point and there is no confusion on where you stand about the person it is uttered to.

Not everyone can get away with using it though, and should only be used if you are able to handle what might be thrown back at you!


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