Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Many times larger than your average annoying mosquito, gallinippers are not only overgrown but aggressive. They bite through clothing, they go after pets and fish, and they hunt for food 24 hours a day, delivering blood-sucking bites that hurt more than irritate. Their larvae eat tadpoles.
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Posted by Doug at 4/30/2013
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> The human body has 7 trillion nerves.......my wife manages to get on every fucking one of them.
> I fitted strobe lights in the bedroom.They're brilliant...It makes the wife look like she’s actually moving during sex…
> My wife said that she was leaving me because I always exaggerate. I was so shocked I almost tripped over my dick.
> I went to the doctor’s office the other day and found out that my new doctor is young female and drop dead gorgeous.
> I was embarrassed, but she said, “Don't worry, I am a professional – I've seen it all before. Just tell me what’s wrong and I'll check it out.
> I said, “My wife thinks that my dick tastes like asparagus”
> I was pretty excited when my new girlfriend sent me a text message claiming that she loves anal.
> Dyslexic bitch , it turns out that she loves Alan, my best friend……
> A guy is watching a film with creepy organ music on the TV when he suddenly yells, “Don't enter that church, you damn fool !!!”
> His wife asks him, “What are you watching?”
> Husband replies, “Our wedding video."
> I said to the wife, “Get me a newspaper”
> “Don't be silly,” she said “You can borrow my iPad”
> That spider never knew what fucking hit it.
North to Alaska
September 6-11, 2013, Exploring Alaska - Anchorage to Denali National Park with Cowboy Junkies and friends
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Join Cowboy Junkies and Roots on the Rails as we head north to Alaska and the heart of the last frontier - Denali National Park! Six million acres of wild land, bisected by one 92-mile ribbon of road. And this road less traveled (all but the first 15 miles are gravel, and forbidden to private automobile) will be our road. From the taiga forest at the Park entrance winding our way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains, culminating in North America's tallest peak, 20,320' Mount McKinley. Be one of just 48 travelers on this incredible, once-in-a-lifetime journey.