Monday, April 11, 2022

Testicle Crushers UNITE!

This post was published two years ago.  Sadly, it's time to post again. 
Extreme? Hmmm...

If you don't know what stilettos have to do with crushing testicles, READ HERE.     Or HERE.

But really, it's not extreme when you consider, that in this day and age, the fact that 200 MILLION WOMEN AND GIRLS have endured the horrors of FEMALE GENITALIA MUTILATION WORLD WIDE. 

IN CASE YOU'RE NOT A MATH MAJOR... Given that our population is roughly 7.5 Billion, so roughly 3.75 billion of them are female...


Friday, April 8, 2022


It's time for some fun!

Click here, for->Eva to find out more about the little gem, pictured above.

For more, go to -> Dame Products

     Considering how many posts that I've done concerning products for men; (Galactic Cap; Sex Fit; Google Glance; and of course Why 4 Hours?) when I saw EVA, "The First Hands-free, Strap-free, Non-Instrusive Couples' Vibrator", knew I had to write about it.  I do not have any first hand experience with Eva, just as I don't with any of the other aforementioned products; there are those who do, and seem to be very happy with it.  I just wanted to let women know about a product for them; especially after recent news of the FDA approving a "Female Viagra".  More on that in a moment, but first:



Thursday, April 7, 2022



     There's a lot going on that I could talk about, but instead, let's just enjoy the joy the season brings, and remember to smell the flowers along the way.

Wednesday, April 6, 2022

What We Can Learn From This Photo

I am still in awe over the photographer, Martin Le-May's ability to capture this image.

You learn after reading a bit that this wasn't a case of mismatched pals on a joy flight; the weasel was attacking the woodpecker, hoping for a meal.  The quoted wildlife expert explained, "the female weasel weighs less than a Mars Bar, but is ferocious as a lion."


I think there's a lot of inspiration to be taken, given the facts.

From the Woodpecker's perspective:

~Never underestimate the element of surprise.

~Know your assets; don't be afraid to use them.

~ Cute and cuddly (as is "pretty" or "handsome") are descriptions of the physical; not the character.

~When in doubt, go for the loop de loop.  Weasel vomit washes off.

~When you see a chance, take it. 

~Never give up; it's not over until it's over.

~Do whatever it takes to fly another day.

From the Weasel's perspective:

~Know what you want, and go after it.

~Hold onto your dreams.


Even though I posted this 2 years ago, I still think it's a funny meme.  Great image. 

Even though we're getting through COVID time, (so sorry for so many losses); I think this is still important to: 
     Enjoy, wine o'clock, beer o'clock, pot o'clock... too... Just ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK!


Carry on to read the original->

Quiche Me Dahling!


     With spring upon us, and us still dealing with Covid-19 and its family--- one of the ways to look on the bright side, is to cook together as a family.  Since we have soooooooo much time together.  
Won't always be this way... I think.  We'll see.  
Wishing you and yours many memorable moments--- of the good kind.  

Here are the Quiche recipes:

There are gobs of quiche recipes out there, so keeping with the main benefit of a quiche and the idea of KISS (the acronym- Keep ISimple Sweetheart, not the rock band), this post will be short and sweet.

You need:
1. A Crust- you can make one- really easy; or buy one- even easier.  Pre bake at 375 F for 7 minutes.
2. What ever filling you want - more on this in a moment
3. The Custard- 3 eggs + 1 1/2 cups of half and half, good pinch of salt, and pepper.

Take your crust, line with filling; top with custard, then bake for 30-40 minutes at 375F.   That is  it.

Now for my contribution.

First, Mornin' Nawlins' - I lined the crust with andouille sausage, 1 can of crab, some left over shrimp, that had been cooked with Old Bay, and topped with Queso Fresco. 

Next- The ABC Quiche- I crumpled cooked bacon, (got you now don't I?) then chopped peeled apple, that I had tossed with a wee bit of sugar and cinnamon, then topped them with 10yr aged sharp cheddar.

     These flavor combos got wows all around, so thought I'd share.

     Now just a note about the crust and the custard.  If you "go the distance" you will be richly rewarded.  Meaning: the more you put in, the more you get out of it.  Bought crusts are actually pretty good these days, but pie crusts and pate brisee are really easy to make and don't take that much time.  

Also, as with all food, when you make it, you know what's in there.

     For the custard, I used 1 cup of half and half and 1/2 cup of heavy cream.  I had the heavy cream left over from making whipped cream, so I figured, "might as well use it up".  The quiche came out great.  I have had other quiche that were "grainy and watery" and I figure this is due to lower fat options being used.  Here's my reason for using the higher fat options:  it's better.  It's called custard for a reason.  Also, a 1 inch wedge of each of these is filling.  So, "lighten' up Francis and indulge."

     Lastly, in keeping with spirit of Memorial Day, (originally posted 5/27/13) where we acknowledge and remember those who have given us so much, so that we may enjoy life; allow me to suggest you catch the joie de vie spirit by coming up with your own crazy wonderful ideas for a quiche.  Cause in 2021- we got the time.

Ciao for now.  

Original post: May 27, 2013: