Peeper Dee #115

April 24, 2012

by Pea Dub

Here’s day 115 of the 365 project. Enjoy.

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Wow! Manna fell from heaven … well from the ceiling … but still … it’s a MIRACLE!!!

April 24, 2012

This settles everything! Manna is real. It falls from ceilings in little churches when they pray.

Done and done. Clap hands like cleaning chalkboard erasers.

We are all idiots.

This video is proof.

Good thing there’s an old lady to verify what she saw to be true.

This organization also sells DVDs that explain how to raise the dead. Just $19.99. What a deal. The money back guarantee explains that you must attempt six hundred and sixty six dead raisings before you get your cash back.

By the way, if you don’t feel like watching the video, but need a laugh, go straight to second 0:25. It will tittle your dittles.


See you next Tuesday nooner

April 24, 2012

Here’s another favorite from that event I shot on Sunday night. I apologize in advance if you are catching this at work and your boss just leaned over your shoulder to ask what you’re working on.


April 24, 2012

Worth your time to check out.

Joe My God sings the hits

April 24, 2012

Newt Gingrich would like to remind everybody that marriage is between one man and one woman whom you abandon riddled with cancer on her hospital bed while you fuck the shit out of your mistress whom you later marry and cheat on with a third decades-younger woman while screaming with Godly moral outrage about the infidelities of the president.

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Do yourself a favor and visit Google today

April 24, 2012

Here’s a link. 

See, now you don’t have to bother with typing it yourself.

Here are the results after you click on the screen.

Character memes are funny

April 24, 2012

Picture of Hugh Laurie next to a caricature  of himself reads, “House, Milhouse”.

Thanks, George!

Cleaning house? You’re doing it wrong

April 24, 2012

A recent blog post from Luis V’s wife Becky F at The Still Room caught my eye. She titled it, “A Tip for Spring Cleaning – The Servant’s Directory, Improved, 1762“. 

The quote she posted, that I learned a great deal from is:


The House-Maid.

Be up very early in a morning, as indeed you are first wanted; lace on your stays, and pin your things very tight about you, or you never can do work well. Be sure always to have very clean feet, that you may not dirty your rooms, and learn to walk softly, that you may not disturb the family. (p. 11)

The walking softly part, I’ve got down pat. But lacing my stays tightly is always a chore. Maybe that’s why I don’t work well.


I personally like to clean in my French Maid costume, especially when Tina wields her whip.




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