Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Footnote

Some of you are way behind in catching up on the last two years of my life (I can't believe it's been over 2 years, and that we missed our 2 year blogoversary) and have admitted to not knowing who Catfish is.

Catfish and I have been friends for 26 years (since we were 4). My dad named her Catfish when we were little because she's all mouth. The real shame in you not knowing who she is, is that it means you are not aware of her bachelorette party celebrations a.k.a. the bald beaver post.

That is required Closet reading, so please catch up pronto.

10 comments:

Jamie said...

THAT was the first blog post I read on here. I immediately forwarded it to my newly engaged friend and she told me I had some major planning to do for her bachelorette party, but no hairless pussy allowed. And I've lurked here ever since. Finally becoming a little vocal, though, lol.

Snarky Mom said...

Seriously, that is my very favorite post ever on your blog. I made all my friends go and read it because it was too damn funny not to share. I think that was the post that originally hooked me on your blog for life!

Anonymous said...

OMG that post was hilarious!! I cannot believe anyone would have missed it. Love your blog.

PK

Former Fat Chick said...

Coco is in Paris w/ the spoiles Peanut, I am sending her this POST right now! Hairless Pussy, GAWD I HATE when that happens!

Jennifer said...

That is..... I'm not even sure I have words. Truly amazing that you remembered it all. Did she burn the sweater?

Molly (Mom2Gizmo) said...

You know...that hairless pussy post was one of the first I ever read here and O-M-G I laughed just as hard rereading it now! It is just about the funniest thing ever...thanks for the recap!

Stereos and Souffles said...

Wow.
So disgusting.
Wow.

Shannon said...

Thank you. Thank you for redirecting us to that eventful evening! Wow!

Anonymous said...

Ashley,

I realize this is totally random (though, I did read the post, and it's probably one of the funniest things I've ever read!!) but I wanted to see if you'd be interested in sharing this, as you have significantly more internet pull than I do.

There's a website: http://www.givoogle.com/

It's google search, but they display an ad at the bottom, and 100% revenue from the ad (minus hosting costs) is being donated to the American Cancer Society. They even have a search box aspect you can use if you prefer that.

perfect just like mommy said...

Oh! The bachelorette party! That was one of the first things I read here, and it is still, hands down, the funniest thing I've ever read on the internet.