The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Are We Hiring Someone So Challenged As To Require A “Business Suit Onesie”?

by Smitty Mrs. Other Smitty brought this to my attention. As a generally slack-tacular kinda guy, I can follow the logic involved in this. Anything you can do to streamline a process, e.g. dressing, is worth doing. Note the shopping avoidance on display: you buy the one thing, and you’re done. Two complications come to […]

Here It Is: #ClintonJennerDolezal2016

by Smitty In this blog’s relentless quest to immanentize the Next Big Thing, we proudly proffer the Tres Bimbos ticket. This #OPMhack clearly demonstrates that America needs a president who will set up an insecure email server in her mud room. — Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) June 12, 2015 That it’s Her Majesty’s turn, and we [nsfw] […]

Her Majesty’s Frontside #LibHorseNames

by Smitty Who can resist horsing around on twitter? #LibHorseNames Village Lotion — IGotOverMachoGrande (@smitty_one_each) June 6, 2015 Update: So, American Pharaoh does the triple crown. Meanwhile, in the White House, some dude was all: “Hey, I gave a speech in Cairo once. . .”

Stephanopoulos Wishes He Could Get Over Macho Grande Like Brian Williams

by Smitty George asks "that hard question" of the Slick One — IGotOverMachoGrande (@smitty_one_each) May 15, 2015 via Treacher & Paco

Brother Of- & World’s Youngest Blogger Experience Patriarchal Oppression

by Smitty

. . .And Then Her Majesty Hit The Karaoke For Some “You Light Up My Life” Action

by Smitty [View the story “Jokes That Write Themselves” on Storify]

Her Majesty Worries About The Dermatological Condition Of Her Serfs

by Smitty Font due to Rick Wolff, hat tip due to Rare, image due to The Silence of the Lambs, creepiness due to Her Majesty.

Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge

by Smitty “God has an email address?” asked Ernest, looking skyward. “Wut?” mumbled dad. “It’s an @ symbol in the sky,” but it was too far for Ernest’s finger to click. Dad warmed to the moment on their camping trip. “You can think of prayer as God’s in-box.” “He sure must get Him some spam.” […]

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