I am grateful that I have a job and working during the day so I don't have to be subjected to this crap and the constant barrage of commercials from law offices trying to convince people to file suit for some percieved illness that they may have gotten from breathing.
I wonder, if you eat toilet paper, do you have to wipe when you pass it?
The more I think about the unexplained tooth the funnier it gets. That is some good damn lovin' if your teeth are flying out of your head.
I actually wish I'd seen the chicken episode. That's good television.And while I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with pooping, I'll admit that Cary's question certainly moved it up the list...
I miss my daytime television. It's been so long since I've heard the phrase "you gots to lose that ze-ro and get you a he-ro" in ordinary conversation. Is Rikki Lake still on?
These are all brilliant. I wish I could watch some of them - especially the lady who cut off her legs and the toilet roll chomper.
This stuff is on every day? I've got to change my viewing habits.I don't think that guy is possessed by a gay demon. Not with those strap marks.And I absolutely MUST know how a fear of mustard and pickles ruins your life. MUST.
I really want to know the story of the woman who cut off her legs. Was it like that movie, 127 hours that she had to do it to save her life, or is she just batshit crazy?
Good question, Sandi. I'm stumped.
I think that Veronica is an assumed name. Clearly it is singer-songwriter Jewel who is obsessed with pooping.
Now that I'm facing the dilemma of working from home vs still waking up early to come to the office, this is giving me more to be afraid of. If fear of mustard and pickles ruins your life, I wonder what happens at a supermarket when going through the Relish aisle.
Cary, stumped - hahahaha!Generally I am at work in the middle of the day (thinking this is a good thing now) but traveling with my husband to a business meeting last summer, flipping channels while lounging on the bed in the hotel, I came across one of these shows and COULD NOT turn it off. I don't even remember what it was about now, but at the time I could not turn the channel, it was like watching a accident, you can not turn away. I need to go find some brain bleach now to get rid of this memory. I would never admit I watched a whole episode to anyone I know in real life.
Any time I'm having feelings of self-doubt or inadequacy, I'm going to revisit this post."Tyra", which I've never seen, appears to have trumped Jerry Springer for reaching way down into the drain to find this stuff, although it looks like "Maury" is giving her a run for the money.Bonus: these shows are a great resource of made-up names like "Ianieka" and "Kedeisha".
I found some eyebrows at Arica's house, maybe she knows where those came from.
This makes me want to kill myself.
I cannot believe these half-witted, inbred bottom-dwellers get any air time whatsoever. These shows used to be about people genuinely wanting to improve their lives or share a problem. Now it's about brain-damaged attention whores refusing to see that their own stupidity has lead them to where they are now. Too many goddamn people on my planet...
Rich Girl Red said... And I absolutely MUST know how a fear of mustard and pickles ruins your life. MUST.Clearly your richness doesn't extend to your sex life. You haven't lived until you've done it "Coney style"Bev said... I think that Veronica is an assumed name. Clearly it is singer-songwriter Jewel who is obsessed with pooping.Wait, is she the one who accidentally dumped one of her tour buses shitters all over some people on a riverboat, or is she the one who tried to get a law made so you can only wipe with two squares per poop?
@Cam, no to both! The poop-dumping tour bus belonged to Dave Matthews Band and the "can't spare a square" endorser was Sheryl Crow.Jewel is the pretty girl from Alaska who was briefly homeless & lived in her car in high school.Is it sad that I know that?