May 6, 2012

"Sorry about all the smoke, I just came from the tanning salon."

"I can't blame them for being jealous. I am alluring in a way they'll never be. Trust me, there are plenty of men in New Jersey who would love to snap into this Slim Jim."

Video here.

18 comments:

edutcher said...

That whole business is so weird. It's the sort of thing, however, that SNL could do really well.

But doesn't that much anymore.

EDH said...

"Or do I look like a wise cigar store Indian?"

Let's see. Blonde hair. Blue eyes. Indian. Wise...

Heck, "tanning" could be Elizabeth Warren's ticket to the Supreme Court!

ndspinelli said...

And, from the same show, may I humbly suggest the Eli Manning "Little Brothers" segment.

bagoh20 said...

That's a pretty funny line, but she was way lighter than the real woman. The real woman looks like a caricature of this failed caricature.

Pogo said...

She's a non-entity. What a moronic story. Yeah, some people are really weird. Who knew?

The far more concerning element is that the State is weighing in on her kid getting sunburnt.

Which means they can intervene because your kid is fat or sings lyrics from songs that are suggestive or sleeps around or has a lunch without the mandated foods.

I hate these fascists.

Peter said...

And here I thought leather came from cows.

Roman said...

That woman is why God made dark. A prime example that anyone can get laid.

Ann Althouse said...

"And, from the same show, may I humbly suggest the Eli Manning "Little Brothers" segment."

Already blogged hours ago. Keep up, spinelli, you pathetic excuse for a commenter.

ndspinelli said...

Gee, I thought you loved my comments. I'm crushed. At least we agree that the "Little Brother" segment was good. I always like to try and find a positive.

Carnifex said...

Yes it's all fun and games until someone dies...then it's hysterical.

This woman has a problem, and her children need to be protected from her. Period. Dot. End of sentence.

Know what you hear just before a redneck dies? "Hey guys! Watch this!"

Know what you hear before a hillbilly dies? "I saw this in a cartoon once. I think I can do it."

Comanche Voter said...

I dunno--this lady looks like she's half baked.

tim in vermont said...

"what do you hear before a redneck dies?"

Oh cool, we get to bust out all of the racist jokes now? The lady needs help, but who made her a public figure? Intrusive government.

traditionalguy said...

Growing up a friend of my mother's had a lake in front of her house and she tanned all day long in the sun out on the dock.

By the time she was 37 she looked like a brown alligator. Seriously, she did .Stupid can be more that skin deep.

I still feel sorry for her. She was a nice person.

Capt. Schmoe said...

Wow! Something from SNL that was actually funny!

Moose said...

Really lame material even by generous SNL standards.

Cedarford said...

Pogo said...
She's a non-entity. What a moronic story. Yeah, some people are really weird. Who knew?

The far more concerning element is that the State is weighing in on her kid getting sunburnt
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Last I remember you are a doctor of sorts.
Meaning you have to report to the authorities on abusive things parents do to kids, even if they themselves as adults do it.
"Mommy told me its time I begin to look like her. She said the burns are natural and my skin will toughen up and darken."
"Dad said it's time I start to become a man like him, so he makes me smoke some of his cigarettes after dinner."

I think there is a place for government to curtail that sort of abuse. Perhaps not the draconian methods of child protective services feminist bulldykes sweeping in and trying to get custody of kids so they can be given to a childless lesbian couple....that is excessive.

But a strong "knock it off or there will be court hearings" seems in order for LeatherMom.

tim in vermont said...

What is the last thing a liberal says before she dies?

WTF is a Quality Adjusted Life Year???!? Mmph urgg gurgle gurgle.

Carnifex said...

@Tim in Vermont

Seeing as I am prolly the biggest redneck on this here blog, I can state with conviction, redneck is not a bad thing here in fly over country. Nor is it a race.

Regardless, if we can't make fun of ourselves, all that's left is you :-)

And why no protest of the hillbilly joke? You got sumptin' ag'in' hillbillies? :-)