A planet-shaped insane asylum, containing mostly insects.
"We're back on Earth. Time to take some Prozac!"
February 25, 2015
A double chin.
The large man at the counter with the buccula, was highly unpleased when the attendant told him to keep his chins up. He asked to speak to her manager.
big and round.
When he saw the stripper take off her thong, his eyes became quite boobic.
A statement from a parent who loves his or her gay son unconditionally.
"I-love-my-gay-son. -- I won't let my religious beliefs tell me otherwise."
A vulnerably attractive individual.
The lass knew she was breedbate that fine Summer afternoon --but what could she do about it?
Code for waking up late and going to Happy Hour.
She is working from home these days.
December 15, 2015
A law that provides presumption of death and permission for a spouse's remarriage after one has been inexplicably absent for a set period of years, usually seven.
Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote in 1864 a poem called 'Enoch Arden' (once required reading in many literature classes) concerning a sailor whose shipwreck kept him from his wife and children for ten years; on his return, he found that his wife, presuming him dead, had married his best friend. Many states and nations now have what speakers of English call Enoch Arden laws.