the dissident frogman

14 years and 7 months ago

The absolutely not political post of the day

I have no idea what you' talkin' about.

the dissident frogman

Necrothreading much?

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I stumbled on the picture below during a random browsing session1 (can't remember where I found it though. I think the Dude is Nigerian), and found most of its aesthetic features truly appealing, so much so that I've decided to share it with you.



Any connection, mental or otherwise, with the previous post and the current state of the primaries on the Democrats' side in the US 2008 Presidential election remains the pure product of the reader's sick and twisted mind.

Truly, I think you need help3 and you should be very ashamed of yourself.
  1. Believe it or not, but my random browsing sessions do not always include scantily clad bunnies2 with big bosoms.
  2. No, I don't mean real rabbits.
  3. Seriously, it's a great photo. Aesthetically speaking and all. Really.

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3291 - the dissident frogman

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  • the dissident frogman France

Interesting. Of course, the analogy doesn't work that well in your case, but hey... To each his own.

(I do take full responsibility for casting the connections implied here)

Time to take sides

3294 - TooTall

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For those of us with failing eyesight - what in the hell is that? A dog, a jackal, a hyena?

3295 - the dissident frogman

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  • the dissident frogman France

A hyena.

I hear they're not as bad as their reputation have it.

No, no connection — even less endorsement — here either. My name is not Rush.

Time to take sides

3296 - Iwo Gina

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  • Iwo Gina Maryland

Matt: What the f.... ??? Don't let Paris or Nicole see that pic or they'll want one of each - 'course it would have to be bred small enough to fit in a Gucci bag!

Iwo Gina

3299 - Matt

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"Interesting. Of course, the analogy doesn't work that well in your case, but hey… To each his own. "

I just thought everyone should see the ape version. I would make an attempt to provide an analogy, but I think it would be desperate and nonsensical and perhaps a little offensive to the sensibilities of some.

3300 - Matt

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Iwo Gina:

Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

"The Simple Life: Urban Nigeria"

It's a winner!

3303 - 2hotel9

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  • 2hotel9 Western Pennsylvania

Actually, it is a good pic.

3304 - Mike H.

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  • Mike H. Spokane, Wa

Nice pup, obviously he hasn't fed it to well lately or he never trusted it. Can you imagine going out to your constant companion, the other half of your hunting team, and saying you bite me again and I'll turn your teeth into a necklace.

I don't think that there would be a second bite come to think of it. /smirk

3305 - Proof

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  • Proof Stockton, Callifornia, USA

In the great state of California, there was a fellow named Cal Worthington, who owned a chain of used car lots. He would appear in his own TV commercials, wearing a cowboy hat, each time with a new and different or exotic animal: a tiger, an elephant, etc. (but never a dog!) Each time, the announcer would say: "Here's Cal Worthington and his dog Spot!"

If Cal could only see this picture, I'm sure this would be his next "dog" Spot!