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D-Doe Week

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010


Again, technically not a d-doe, but if I was to post the remaining actual d-doe pictures I do have, I’m convinced I would lose 50% of my readership. You can always email me your address and I’ll be glad to put those pics in a brown envelope and send them to your post office box. For $9.99 + shipping and handling.

I’m not sure what it is with women and rock formations, but get some chicks near a 453 million year old boulder and chances are you’ll end up having to peel them away from it. ‘Splain that to me, Luuuuuuucy.

This officially ends d-doe week. We are no better for it.

D-Doe Week

Thursday, January 21st, 2010


Not many people are familiar with Guatemalan traditions, but The Mayor actually lived there for 4 months when he was in his 20’s, and the thing that struck me as most impressive is the Guatemalan tradition of dressing cakes in D-does and then having overweight mustachioed women perform sexual acts on them while admiring children stand beside them staring in awe. What you don’t hear though, is that in the background, an 8-track is playing the theme song to Chariots of Fire.

The other neat tradition they have is that they always eat the red M & M’s last. Weird, eh?

D-Doe Week

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010


Some of you may be looking at this picture thinking that technically this isn’t a D-doe. Wrong. You obviously haven’t been to Mitchieville and seen some of the ginormous snowwomen we have around these parts. Sexy, sexy, and VERY giving snowwomen. Except for the yellow snowwomen, they’re totally gross. And taste rather salty.

D-Doe Week

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010


It’s amazing the things you find when walking along the beach. Usually you’ll find a neat shell, sometimes a little change like a dime or a quarter, but I have to admit that in all my years of walking along the beach, I’ve probably only found five, possibly six, d-does. But only three that were this big.

D-Doe Week

Monday, January 18th, 2010


Ya, it’s not exactly going to be highbrow week in Mitchieville. Just thought I should give you fair warning.

This picture must be some sort of screen-grab from a Japanese TV show. Perhaps a show called “The Shocker”, or “Democrat Party Initiation”, or “Presents From Your Adopted Parents”. Who knows, the Japanese are pretty warped.

If you think for one second that this is going to be a looooong week, we are totally on the same page.