Monday, July 25, 2005

I was surfing over at BlogExplosion and came across a blog with a picture of a very hairy naked man on it. A very, very, hairy, naked man. Luckily it was his backside I was seeing. Not exactly what I wanted to brand into my brain as I was surfing. Ouch my eyes.

This brings up a topic to explore.

I will probably have to go back and read BlogExplosions rules and regs to see what they allow/don't allow on blog submissions, but I thought if a blog had pictures of naked people, even just heinies, shouldn't they be labeled adult viewing only? My kid was standing next to me and almost caught a glimpse of this guy. I fixed my account to where I don't have to surf adult blogs, don't get me wrong, I see nothing wrong with them per see, I just don't want to see them here or run the risk of my kids seeing them while Mommy is surfing.

And why oh why oh why do people have to make liberal use of the word f__k? I've said it a few times, I'm not perfect, but I don't go throwing it around like it meant nothing. Soon, it won't mean what it used to mean because society will become too used to it. Become immune. Come on folks, I'm not trying to be a stuck-up matron of social skills here, but try using your vocabulary, try expanding it to use actual words to express yourself without resorting to common curse words. It can be a challenge.

And please, oh Lord, don't post pictures of your hairy backside (and back, and shoulders and legs and testicles- yes you could see those too) for everyone to see. I don't post naked pictures of my big ol' butt because I know there will be a lot of people out there pukin' their guts up after seeing it.
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I'm just a mom of two, a crafter of jewelry, and to keep my sanity among the Yankees (kidding)I write southern-themed poetry, short stories and memoirs. I have been published on the web on sites such as USA Deep South, Southern Humorists, Muscadine Lines - A Southern Journal, Mosaic Minds and Long Story Short. I am also a contributor in Dew on the Kudzu and Weight-Loss where I write dieting humor.

And this is my blog... Kudzu, funny family stories, poems, family ghosts, snakes, sun-kissed southern memories all inside! Plus some travel reviews, recipes and more! I also make handcrafted jewelry! Check out my jewelry blog - Colors of the Woods

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