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Oh Christ…Here We Go Again

Posted by Daniel on March 31, 2007

https://i2.wp.com/www.stuff.co.nz/images/287964.jpgA planned Holy Week exhibition of a nude, anatomically correct chocolate sculpture of Jesus Christ was canceled Friday amid complaints from Catholics, including Cardinal Edward Egan.The “My Sweet Lord” display was shut down by the hotel that houses the Lab Gallery in Manhattan, said Matt Semler, the gallery’s creative director. Semler said he resigned after officials at the Roger Smith Hotel shut down the show.

The artwork was created from more than 200 pounds of milk chocolate and features Christ with his arms outstretched as if on an invisible cross. Unlike the typical religious portrayal of Christ, the artwork does not include a loincloth.

The 6-foot sculpture was the victim of “a strong-arming from people who haven’t seen the show, seen what we’re doing,” Semler said. “They jumped to conclusions completely contrary to our intentions.”

But word of the confectionary Christ infuriated Catholics, including Egan, who described it as “a sickening display.” Bill Donohue, head of the watchdog Catholic League, said it was “one of the worst assaults on Christian sensibilities ever.”

The hotel and the gallery were overrun Thursday with angry phone calls and e-mails. Semler said the calls included death threats (because that seems to be the Christian way – so much for “Turning The Other Cheek”) over the work of artist Cosimo Cavallaro, who was described as disappointed by the decision to cancel the display.

https://i1.wp.com/www.boredathenians.com/uploaded_images/bunnies-762083.gif“In this situation, the hotel couldn’t continue to be supportive because of a fear for their own safety,” Semler said.

The sculpture was to debut Monday evening, the day after Palm Sunday and just four days before Roman Catholics mark the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday. The final day of the exhibit was planned for Easter Sunday.

“We have caused the cancellation of the exhibition and wish to affirm the dignity and responsibility of the hotel in all its affairs,” James Knowles, president of the Roger Smith Hotel, said in a statement.

The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights had called for a boycott of the hotel and dropped the idea once “We got what we wanted,” a spokeswoman said.

“We’re delighted with the outcome. We’re glad that they came to their senses,” said Kiera McCaffrey, director of communications for the league, which describes itself as the largest US Catholic civil-rights group.

Before the cancellation, she had called it “an assault on Christians” adding: “They would never dare do something similar with a chocolate statue of the prophet Mohammad naked with his genitals exposed during Ramadan.”

//blog.clickz.com/archives/img/Peeps.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.Cavallaro is best known for his quirky work with food. Past efforts include repainting a Manhattan hotel room in melted mozzarella, spraying five tons of pepper jack cheese on a Wyoming home and festooning a four-poster bed with 312 pounds of processed ham.

This whole controversy seems at odds, however, with the fact that Christians have no qualms about eating chocolate bunnies, cream-filled chocolate eggs, jelly beans or ‘PEEPS’ as a way of marking Easter…but the ‘body of Christ’ (which they normally eat every Sunday in the form of a cracker) made of chocolate turns their sensitive religious tummies.

Perhaps this uproar isn’t really over the fact that someone made a sculpture of Jesus out of chocolate.

I think the madness is over the fact that there is a penis visible. And no one wants to think of their lord and savior as having had that!!!

It must be very shocking for many people to have found out that Jesus, having been a a male, did, in fact, have the same equipment as every other man.

After all, up until now, there’s always been a loincloth to cover that ‘phallus-y’.

Sidenote:  This post is in no way meant to verbally beat-up on Christianity, Catholicism or any other religion.  It was just a means of pointing out yet another example of hypocrisy shown by those who would rather call in death threats over chocolate, rather than using this time to spread the message of love and peace.

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Weakend For The Weekend

Posted by Daniel on March 30, 2007

I know this one will probably come off looking like one of those ‘poor me’ or ‘woe is me’ types of posts…but really that isn’t my intension.

Earlier this week, I went in for what is now the fourth CT and MRI scan on my head. The results were, in a manner of speaking, “cup is half-(fill in the blank)”.

“The good news, Daniel, is that what we’re dealing with is not a tumor…but…”

That, I think, was the “glass is half-full” part.

“…what we’re seeing appears to be an intracranial hematoma (sp). It’s an old wound based on our previous discussions and because of it’s size, structure and location, we don’t feel it’s either safe nor necessary (at this time) to operate. Your symptoms can be treated with the proper medications. We’ll see you in another 3 months for the next scans, but it’s doubtful the results will show anything different. Bottom line is that there really is nothing to be overly worried about. Just keep us apprised of any worsening of those symptoms.”

Aaaaand there’s the half-empty part.

So, new prescriptions in hand, I left the medical building feeling happy to know that there was no tumor. And yet a wee bit of anxiety couldn’t help but creep over me knowing there was still something in my head that didn’t belong there…I mean aside from those wicked thoughts about Justin Timberlake.

As an added measure, I was told to begin this new prescripto-treatment starting this weekend. Nothing strenuous for the first several days (sorry Justin) in case I am made loopy and so that they can adjust the dosages as needed. I started this new ass load of medications this morning, and I already feel like crap. (as they said I might)

Happy Friday, Daniel.

I suppose at this point I should be happy in a way. I mean, it does explain the crushing migraines, blackouts, nausea and general feeling of being constantly pooped out.

Funny…all this time I was just chalking it up to “man-a-pause”.

As I said earlier, this entry wasn’t meant to be a pity-party-post…I just wanted to bitch about what a “fun” weekend I’m not going to have.

Or is that all in my head?

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…But How Do You REALLY Feel?

Posted by Daniel on March 27, 2007

The following is an exchange I thought needed to be posted.

Using the Internet for prospects, Army recruiter Sargent Marcia Ramode, contacted and tried to sign up a Mr. Cory Andrew of Jersey City, New Jersey. He e-mailed back wondering if they won’t accept him since he‘s gay. Sargent Ramode, using her military e-mail address, wrote back no, because, “…being gay is disgusting and immoral”, and, “…you must be a total idiot and so stupid to presume that you do not know what gender you are.”, and that he, “…should leave the United States.”

Misspellings, capital letters and grammatical errors are as they appear in the emails:

Sgt. Ramode: My name is Marcia Ramode, and I am United States Army recruiter. I saw your resume on career builder and we have lots of vacant positions in Logistics, Administration…If interested please give me a call at my toll free number.

Andrew: Awesome! Sounds great! The US Military has so many vacant positions and opportunities. I had no idea. I’m seriously considering contacting you. One thing, I’m not up on current politics but since its 2007, I would imagine also that I am now able to serve in the US military as an openly gay man, right?

Ramode: WELL IF YOU ARE GAY WE DON’T TAKE YOU. YOU ARE CONSIDERED UNQUALIFIED.

Andrew: Wow! Unqualified to serve my country just because I’m gay? It’s because they think I might all of a sudden desire one last kiss from my fellow male solider if ever facing death at the hands of the enemy in a fox hole, isn’t?… Funny, the US Government doesn’t mind taking my “gay” dollars every tax season or out of my paycheck every two weeks. I’m stunned that the US ARMY could afford to be so choosey when I see sergeants on my school campus and in the local shopping Mall…begging teenagers to enlist.

Ramode: YOU ARE DEFINITELY UNQUALIFIED, NOW TAKE YOU GAY SELF SOMEPLACE ELSE WE DO NOT TOLERATE GAY PEOPLE LIKE YOU IN ANY PART OF THE MILITARY. AND IF IT BOTHERS YOU PAYING TAXES THEN MIGRATE TO ANOTHER COUNTRY…. AND IF IT BOTHERS YOU ABOUT THE US MILITARY RECRUITING THEN YOU GO TELL THE BOARD OF EDUCATION …. AND IF YOU DON’T LIKE THE RECRUITERS RECRUITING IN FRONT YOU HIGH SCHOOL THEN COMPLAIN TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OR BETTER YET TRY COMPLAINING TO MAYOR BLOOMBERG AND SEE WHAT HE HAS TO SAY… YOU SHOULD SAY THANK YOU MILITARY PEOPLE FOR WHAT YOU DO SO THAT YOU CAN LIVE A FREE LIFE IN THIS COUNTRY. FREEDOM IS NOT FREE.

Andrew: Before you go on waving your flag all over the place let me first inform you, that as an African American who’s ancestry is most likely MORE deeply rooted in American history than yours ever will be…I respect the millions of soldiers fighting to protect my rights every day but just so you know, those rights include me being gay… I applaud servicemen and women everyday for their role in our country’s protection. However, for you and the government to deem homosexuals “unqualified” to risk their own lives and defend their own freedom as well as their country’s freedom, is moronic.

Ramode: OH I FORGOT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT YES YOU MIGHT TO TRY TO KISS A SOLDIER IN THE FOXHOLE SO THAT IS A NO NO.

Andrew: You are living proof that “Don’t Ask Don’t tell” is a fallacy. You initially rejected me without any consideration whatsoever of my integrity, or abilities. This behavior is at the very core of the discrimination that has plagued the USA for decades. You should know that I never had any intention of joining the military; I simply wanted to have this discussion to prove a point. With over 2,500 cases of anti-gay harassment acts against gay soldiers, including bashings and murders, for you to say the US Military only takes “straights” is delusional.

Ramode: YOU HEAD OFF TO THE GAY LAND OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE NO MORALS AND GET RID OF YOURSELF. PERSONALLY I THINK BEING GAY IS DISGUSTING AND IMMORAL…. AS AN AFRICAN HAVE NO PLACE TO SAY YOUR ROOTS ARE DEEPLY ROOTED HERE. MY ROOTS ARE MUCH STRONGER THAN YOURS. YOU WERE BROUGHT HERE BEING YOUR WILL POWER WHEREAS MY ROOTS RUN FROM THE NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN. I HAVE MORE RIGHTS HERE THAN YOU AND MY ROOTS HAVE BEEN HERE EVER SINCE BEFORE THE AMERICAS WERE DISCOVERED…YOU TAKE YOUR GAY A– OFF SOMEPLACE AND GO TO SOME OTHER COUNTRY AND BADMOUTH THE MILITARY…TAKE YOUR A– BACK WHERE YOU BELONG NOT HERE.

Andrew: Clearly with your limited vocabulary and poor spelling, the Army mayhave been the only option YOU had in life. Granted, there are highly intellectual people in the military. You’re just not one of them. …Native American history you are so proud of and research their position on homosexuality. They are very tolerant and accepting of homosexuals believing that the inner spirit is true to itself in its nature. They are less tolerant of fools than they are of homosexuals. So take that to your next rain dance.

Ramode: YOU GO BACK TO AFRICA AND DO YOUR GAY VOODOO LIMBO TANGO AND WANGO DANCE AND JUMP AROUND AND PRANCE AND RUN ALL OVER THE PLACE HALF NAKED THERE AND PRACTICE YOUR GAY MORALS OVER THERE THAT’S WHERE YOU BELONG….I AM REPORTING YOU AS SPAM AND ADDING YOU TO MY BLOCK SENDER LIST SO I DO NOT HAVE TO HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN….

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OMFG…I’ve Been “Inned”!!!

Posted by Daniel on March 26, 2007


Picture it…I’m sitting there, on a bench by the pool, talking on my cell phone with my friend Cameron. I’m taking this call while attending a bar-b-que over at our neighbor’s house (Hi Bev & Mel!!!).

Let me back up just a bit here…

I had just spent the previous hour or so making fun of one of the folks attending this shin-dig. Well, she had it coming…she sat next to me on the swing chair, she was drunk as a skunk, she’s a Second-Grade substitute school teacher at a local Catholic school. She had spent some time telling all of us, in her animated drunk way, that she can talk to her cats and that they, in turn, talk back to her. And this was one of her more believable stories!!

I’ll admit, I called her stupid at least eight times during this time, which only made her laugh…loudly. She’d say, “Oh Allen, you’re so funny.” To which I’d reply, “Um, listen Sister Mary Rotten Crotch (sorry Steve…I just HAD to say it!!), you know my name is Daniel. Does it hurt to be that stupid? Is there really pain involved?” Oh, how she laughed.

To tell you the truth, the one-liners and zingers were just flying out of my mouth at warp speed as I was, myself, a wee bit tipsy because I was drinking “Boozie Slush”. If you don’t know what that is…ask me. I love sharing Bev’s recipe.

My Official Gay CardAaaaanyway…

I had noticed sometime during my fun little exchange with the substitute Second-Grade Catholic school teacher from Hell that Cameron had texted me several times on my phone. Then I went down to the pool to talk to him on the phone.

Sometime during my time on the phone, the school teacher was finally drunk enough to decide to go home. While saying her goodbye’s, she ran down to where I was sitting to kiss me goodbye. And this is when I lost my gay card.

I know that people kiss each other goodbye when leaving and all that. I do it ALL the time. But this time was different…and, I must say, a first for me.


Karen Carpenter (I SWEAR that is her real name!!) not only kissed me, but as I was pulling away, she grabbed my head, pulled it back to her and kissed me again. Only this time, she stuck her tongue in my mouth!!! Naturally,I began flailing my arms and tried to politely push her off me. That’s when it got uglier. When I tried to push her off me, my hands landed right on her boobs!!!

So now, not only have I just been french kissed by a woman, but I added insult to injury by feeling her up!!!

I could hear Cameron on the phone asking me what was happening, but his pleas went unanswered as tried hysterically to free myself from the Catholic School Tongue Wrestler and her (I must say) very perky bosoms.

Finally, she released me from her drunken grasp, gave me a biggo hug and said, “I love you, Earl.” Then she left.

No flowers. No little card with her number scribbled on it. No, “I’ll call you, you hot little Italian piece of man meat.”

Nothing. Nadda. Zip.

And again, she got my name wrong. I felt so used. So violated. So rejected. So ill.

So I skulked back up onto the deck, to face the taunts and cat-calls that I knew were about to be heaped upon me. And if you have friends as good as mine, you know they never fail to point at you and laugh when you’ve just faced the ultimate adversity. But instead of stopping and just getting it all over with, I walked into the house, picked up the Dawn Dishwashing liquid and went to work trying to scrub the shame off of my tongue. “Find a happy place…find a happy place!!” is all I could mutter. Try as I might, I just couldn’t get it to feel clean enough.

After giving up on that futile effort, I decided I might as well go back outside and face the music.

To make a long story somewhat shorter…I will never hear the end of this from my good friends. It will be mentioned at every social function from now until the end of time.

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Just Some Food For Thought

Posted by Daniel on March 23, 2007

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1. If you’re too open-minded, your brains will fall out.

2. Don’t worry about what people think; they don’t do it very often.

3. Going to a church doesn’t make you a Christian any more
than standing in a garage makes you a car.

4. It isn’t the jeans that make your butt look fat.

5. Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.

6. My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance.

7. Not one shred of evidence supports the notion that life is serious.

8. It is easier to get forgiveness than permission.

9. For every action, there is an equal & opposite government program.

10. If you look like your passport picture, you probably need the trip.

11. Bills travel through the mail at twice the speed of checks.

12. A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel good.

13. Eat well, stay fit, die anyway. (Just remember how lucky you were to get a free trip around the sun.)

14. Men are from earth. Women are from earth. Deal with it.

15. No man has ever been shot while doing the dishes.

16. A balanced diet is a cookie in each hand.

17. Middle age is when broadness of the mind &
narrowness of the waist change places.

18. Opportunities always look bigger going than coming.

19. Junk is something you’ve kept for years & throw away three weeks before you need it.

20. There is always one more imbecile than you counted on.

21. Experience is a wonderful thing. It enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.

22. By the time you can make the ends meet, they move the ends.

23. Thou shall not weigh more than thy refrigerator.

24. Someone who thinks logically provides a nice contrast to the real world.

25. If you must choose between two evils, chose the one that you’ve never tried before.

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George Takei Loves Doing It The Hardaway & HNT

Posted by Daniel on March 22, 2007

Okay…I saw this, laughed until I almost peed myself…
then decided I wanted to post it.

It’s what every straight person thinks every gay person
wants to say.

 

The HNT Part…
HNT - Pit

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The White House of Cards

Posted by Daniel on March 21, 2007

Soon, Karl…Verrrryy soon…President Bush says he has put forward “a reasonable proposal” to allow Congress to learn how and why the Justice Department and the White House came to fire eight U.S. attorneys.

Congressional Democrats should take him up on it, he said, rather than forcing “an avoidable confrontation” by issuing subpoenas for some of his key aides.

“We will not go along with a partisan fishing expedition aimed at honorable public servants,” the president said Tuesday. “The initial response by Democrats, unfortunately, shows that some are more interested in scoring political points than in understanding the facts. It would be regrettable if they choose to go down the road of issuing subpoenas. …

“I will oppose any attempts to subpoena White House officials.”

The Bush White House has been opposed to any of its officials appearing before congressional committees, arguing that such testimony violates executive privilege.

Bush’s offer includes allowing a bipartisan group of committee members to interview top political adviser Karl Rove, former White House Counsel Harriet Miers and their two deputies — but not under oath and without a transcript of the proceedings. And he said he is “absolutely” prepared to go to the mat in support of his proposal.

Bush said he will not allow Rove and the others to testify under oath because it would damage their ability to give the president “candid advice.”

But, he said, “Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and his key staff will testify before the relevant congressional committees to explain how the decision was made and for what reasons.”

The president’s offer also includes communications between White House staffers and the Justice Department on the firings, although not communications between various White House officials on the matter.

Key Democrats have already rejected the offer. Sen. Patrick Leahy, the Vermont Democrat who is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, received the offer from White House Counsel Fred Fielding in a late Tuesday afternoon meeting.

“I don’t accept his offer,” Leahy said in a written statement. “It is not constructive and it is not helpful to be telling the Senate how to do our investigation, or to prejudge its outcome.”

Leahy also complained about the 3,000 documents the Justice Department handed over to the committees late Monday, saying redactions in the documents make them unworkable.

“Instead of freely and fully providing relevant documents to the investigating committees, they have only selectively sent documents, after erasing large portions that they do not want to see the light of day,” he said.

Earlier, Fielding met with other members of the House and Senate judiciary committees to present the offer for interviews with the aides.

The committees are considering using subpoenas to force Rove, Miers and their two deputies to reveal what they knew about the reasons behind the firings of at least seven U.S. attorneys.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-New York, told reporters after the meeting with Fielding that the offer from the White House “is incomplete.”

“We would be able to interview the four people we requested, Karl Rove, Counsel Miers and their two assistants, but only in private, not under oath and with no transcript,” he said. “And the last part of this is the most troubling of all. When there’s no transcript what do we do when people’s recollections are different? Furthermore, when there is no transcript, and what, say, Karl Rove says contradicts what somebody else has said, what do we do?”

Lawmakers from both parties are questioning whether the firings of several U.S. attorneys were politically motivated.

Justice Department officials say the dismissals of at least seven U.S. attorneys were based on performance or managerial problems, but acknowledged that one fired attorney was pushed out to make way for a protege of President Bush’s top political adviser, Rove.

Schumer and House Judiciary Committee head Rep. John Conyers said both committees will move forward to approve the use of subpoenas to get White House officials to testify.

That would not mean that subpoenas would be issued immediately, only that the committees would be able to use them.

“We are now going to take this back to our respective committees and in consultation with Schumer and Chairman Leahy we’re going to decide together what our collective response will be,” Conyers said.

The controversy over the firings has already cost the job of Gonzales’ chief of staff, Kyle Sampson, and prompted several from both sides of the aisle to call for Gonzales’ resignation. But on Tuesday, Bush said Gonzales has his full support.

“I am confident he acted appropriately,” Bush said from the White House. “I regret that it turned into a public spectacle.”

“There is no indication, after reviewing the matter, that anyone did anything improper,” the president said.

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Last Night’s Dream…

Posted by Daniel on March 19, 2007

That’s it…no more salami slices as a “just-before-bed” snack!!

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Playing God for Dummies

Posted by Daniel on March 18, 2007

 

If it looks like we’re on a theme lately, then I guess that could be true. The Evangelicals, a group with something so pure as “angel” in their name, continue to spew complete and utter bullshit AND continue to use the gay community as their favorite voodoo doll to stick pins in. This from the Associated Press:

Homosexuality May Be Based on Biology, Baptist Says
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: March 16, 2007
The president of the leading Southern Baptist seminary has suggested that a biological basis for homosexuality may be proven, and that prenatal treatment to reverse gay orientation would be biblically justified.

The Rev. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., and one of the country’s evangelical leaders, posted the article on his personal Web site earlier this month.

Mr. Mohler said in the article that scientific research “points to some level of biological causation” for homosexuality.

That suggestion offended fellow conservatives, Mr. Mohler said. Proof of a biological basis would challenge the belief of many conservative Christians that homosexuality, which they view as sinful, is a matter of choice that can be overcome through prayer and counseling.

But Mr. Mohler said he was criticized even more strongly by supporters of gay rights, who were upset by his assertion that homosexuality would remain a sin even if it were biologically based, and by his support for possible medical treatment that could change an unborn child’s sexual orientation.

“He’s willing to play God,” said Harry Knox, a spokesman on religious issues for the Human Rights Campaign, a national gay rights group. “He’s more than willing to let homophobia take over and be the determinant of how he responds to this issue, in spite of everything else he believes about not tinkering with the unborn.”

The article, published on March 2, carried a long but intriguing title: “Is Your Baby Gay? What If You Could Know? What If You Could Do Something About It?”

Mr. Mohler began by summarizing some recent research into sexual orientation and advising his Christian readership that they should brace for the possibility that a biological basis for homosexuality might be proven.

He wrote that such proof would not alter the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality, but said the discovery would be “of great pastoral significance, allowing for a greater understanding of why certain persons struggle with these particular sexual temptations.”

The babies above are none other than Kat B and myself. We were indoctrintated to the Baptist belief system, if you are willing to stretch your imagination to call it a system, at an early age. You see what the GLBT community, and any enlightened compatriots of it, are up against. Even a few tentative steps into accepting science , and that “enlightened” Baptist, Reverend Mohler, while willing to accept a biological connection to sexual orientation, simultaneously would advocate ALTERING THE FETUS’ DNA to prevent he or she from emerging as a homo. They wouldn’t tinker with it being a boy or girl, but tinkering with future attraction to boys or girls, well that’s just dandy.

These are the same imbeciles that stand in the way of stem cell research??? They combine ignorance, closemindedness, right-wing group think and now a dash of science in their despicable kool aid. It has turned them into dummies hoping to play God.

And equally as disturbing, if Mohler could actually get the So-Bapts to accept the science of sexual orientation, they will still consider it a sin!!! How utterly and thoroughly STUPID. If only they considered bigotry to be a sin.

The first edition of “Playing God for Dummies” should be flying off the bookstore shelves in the very near future

(Thanks to my friend Dan K for the heads up on this!)

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Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Posted by Daniel on March 17, 2007

“May your troubles be less

And your blessings be more,

And nothing but happiness

Come through your door!”

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The Top Ten Signs That You’re Being Stalked By A Leprechaun:

Generic-looking green van parked across the street with Notre Dame bumper sticker.

Every time you turn around the pitter-pattering stops and that green fire hydrant seems to have gotten a little closer.

Green lipstick marks on the butt of your Dockers.

You’re being followed by a large woman with a sultry voice and a dying career. (Oops! That’s a sign you’re being stalked by Chaka Khan.)

You don’t recall owning an anatomically correct lawn gnome.

Card delivered with the bouquet of 4-leaf clovers reads, “I bet you’re magically delicious!”

When you come home from work, the potatoes are missing from the cupboard and your parrot is singing “Danny Boy.”

Prank caller has a really corny Irish accent, and Richard Gere has an airtight alibi.

Those tiny green hairs on your toilet seat.

Sultry voice from shower soap dish asks, “Is that your shillelagh, or are you just happy to see me?”

Pink hearts, yellow moons, blue diamonds scratched on your car at knee-level, and Ross Perot is nowhere to be found.

Them little green pellets in the litter box ain’t M&M’s, Chester.

Every day this week you’ve noticed the same buckle shoes dangling just above the floor in the stall next to you.

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