Saturday, August 27, 2005
"What is worn under the kilt"?
Apparently, he received romantic letters from several women and a few men around the world admiring his attributes -- reportedly he was rebuked by his commander only because his sock-tops were not level.
The rule against wearing anything under the kilt was once so strict that until World War II inspections of Black Watch troops included having them step on a mirror. For officers, violating the rule cost the offender a bottle of port. Now the under-the-kilt dress is optional, but options don't come easily to men who believe in tradition – most highland kilted soldiers go "regimental".
Answers for “What are you wearing under your kilt?”
My Scottish pride.
My shoes and socks.
Nothing is worn, everything is in perfect working order.
How warm are your hands?
Play your cards right and you can find out.
Me mother once told me a real lady wouldn't ask.She was right, God bless 'er.
Tell me madam, would you go jogging without a bra?
To another man: Same as you, only bigger.
To another man: Your wife's/sister's/mother's lipstick.
To a woman: If I'm lucky, your lipstick.
Lipstick--two shades on a good day!
Socks, shoes and a wee bit of talcum powder.
Bagpipes, wanna give 'em a blow?
By a man: A wee set of pipes.
By a man: String -- I had to tie it up so it didn’t hang below the kilt.
By a man: It's the smallest airport in the world.....2 hangars and a night fighter.
By a lady: Chanel No. 5.
How badly do you want to know?
To a lady at church: What God graced me with.
Gi’e us your hand lassie, I’m a mon o’ few wurds.
Being of Scottish descent I always have a wry smile when I hear that question, "What is worn under a kilt"? I heard it a few days ago and thought I'd share some of the more colourfull answers.
Is that a dog in your pocket or........................
Thursday, August 25, 2005
Pig roll... you can't say it without smiling.
Pig rolls and giraffes with missing necks. Nearly peed my pants laughing yesterday.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005; Posted: 12:10 p.m. EDT (16:10 GMT)
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands (Reuters) -- Billionaire television producer John de Mol, behind the pioneer show "Big Brother," will test the limits of reality TV with a program in which a woman searches for a potential sperm donor to conceive a child.
His new TV station Talpa, launched earlier this month, confirmed it will air a program called "I want your child ... and nothing else!" but gave no further details about the show due at 1830 GMT on Wednesday.
"The plan is that we visit potential donors and -- of course on camera -- decide which man is most suitable," the 30-year old woman who will feature in the program said in an interview with De Telegraaf newspaper.
"Afterwards there will be artificial insemination," said the woman who was identified only as "Yessica" and who has bought a house with a room for a child.
The show is a one-off competing with four other reality TV programs, one of which follows five former prostitutes starting a cafe. The program receiving most votes from viewers on Saturday, after all the shows have aired, will be turned into a series.
De Telegraaf also published an email address for men wanting to donate sperm to Yessica.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Jas, I do like Reno 911!
"I love lamp"
"Walter, I love you but one of these days you're going to have to face the fact that you're a goddamn moron."
"Did Doogie Howser just steal my fucking car???"
There's an idea!
Bill Moyer, 73, wears a "Bullshit Protector" flap over his ear while President George W. Bush addresses the Veterans of Foreign Wars. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
Re: Window Shoppers Post from 8/6/2005
Here are the top schools in some of the 62 categories used in the 2006 edition of The Princeton Review's "Best 361 Colleges:"
Best Academics: Reed College, Portland, Ore.
Least Religious Students: Reed College Portland, Ore.
Best Campus Food: Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
Best Dorms: Loyola College: Baltimore
Best School Administration: Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.
Toughest College to Get Into: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
Profs Rated Highest by Their Students: St. John's College, Santa Fe, N.M.
Most Beautiful Campus: Pepperdine University, Malibu, Calif.
Best College Library: Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.
Best College Newspaper: University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz.
Happiest Students Overall: Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Biggest Frat and Sorority Scene: DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind.
Top Stone-Cold Sober School: Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Top Party School: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wis.
Students Lean Most to the Left: Mills College, Oakland, Calif.
Students Lean Most to the Right: Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich.
Most Religious Students: Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Best Race-Class Relations: Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Needham, Mass.
Most Accepted Gay Community: New College of Florida, Sarasota, Fla.
Students Most Supportive of Their College Sports Teams: University of Maryland-College Park
Monday, August 22, 2005
That's right Jason, Mongolia. The fiercest fighters on earth, aside from the Gurkhas.
By Jim GaramoneAmerican Forces Press Service
ULAN BATOR, Mongolia, Jan. 13, 2004 – Mongolia is a small country with a powerful warrior tradition. But today, the country consciously is tying its reputation to peacekeeping, and Mongolia's latest area of operations is Iraq.
Maj. Gen. T. Togoo, chief of the Mongolian army general staff, greets Air Force Gen. Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Jan. 13. Myers is the first Joint Chiefs chairman to visit Mongolia.
Air Force Gen. Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, visited Mongolia today to speak with national and defense leaders and to meet with soldiers who are getting ready to go to Iraq. He thanked the Mongolian leaders for their support in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and he said the Mongolian people "should be very proud of the professionalism and discipline of their forces in Iraq."
The last time Mongolian soldiers were in Iraq was in 1258. They destroyed Baghdad then. Now, the Mongolian military has 173 soldiers of the 150th Elite Peacekeeping Battalion in Hillah, Iraq. All reports, said Myers, are that the unit is doing an excellent job as part of the Multinational Division Central- South. The division is commanded by a Polish general and contains troops from a number of different nationalities. Myers said the Mongolian unit's members have proven themselves as infantrymen, as convoy escorts, as engineers and in providing medical assistance to the Iraqi people.
Mongolia is a large country geographically; it is about the size of Alaska. But it's small in population, with about 2.5 million people. The country is located between Russia and China, and until 1991 had close relations with the Soviet Union. Modern Mongolia dates to just after World War I.
Coalition of the Willing
Whereas, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, has vigorously supported the United States in the disarmament of Iraq;
Whereas, the United Kingdom is a strong and loyal ally to the United States;
Whereas, Prime Minister Tony Blair has committed substantial military forces of the United Kingdom to the current action in Iraq;
The American people extend their heartfelt thanks to Prime Minister Tony Blair for his courage and leadership; and
Extend their deep appreciation to the United Kingdom and the men and women of its armed forces.
Jason, how many WRs do they neeed?
"Browns send Andre' Davis to Patriots"
This makes 8.I hope their isn't a serious injury Coach Bellichick isn't telling us about.