Thursday, February 16, 2012

So, I Was Thinking, Is MILF a Derogatory Term?

11 comments:

  1. Damnation! That is indeed amazing. Your wife and kids, Pissed?

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  2. I have been tempted to post that pic for a couple of months, it just makes me wonder what the kid thinks when "mommy" bends over to grab a juice box out of the cooler...

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  3. Mr. White, Reservoir Dog GroomerFebruary 17, 2012 at 2:42 AM

    OK- call me buzzkill but I DO think about the children, at times like this. If Mommy dresses like a hoochie-mama or ghetto princess, and little Bobby or Jane see all the med staring at Mommy's ass or boobs as she wriggles past them what does that teach them? If women need affirmation so very badly that they feel the need to shimmy their goodies for the strangers and passers by, maybe she could use soem therapy and avoid having her kids grow up so screwed up that they are offering ten dollar blow jobs in eight grade.

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  4. Mr. White, Reservoir Dog GroomerFebruary 17, 2012 at 2:44 AM

    sorry for typos - should read 'men'...English is not my first language, but even so, should be more careful of typos.

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  5. Mr. WRDG,

    Perhaps that may just be Mrs. Jones from next door or the babysitter. In which case, I wish!

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  6. I think the term MILF is perfectly acceptable in this case.

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  8. MR WRDG- I have a perfect Polaroid picture of my Mother in hotpants and go-go boots from back in the day.

    For then just about as risque as this now.

    I can assure you that I came out well adjusted.

    As to my 70 year old Mother now? She says if she could wear it now and look as good as she did then she would.

    Lighten up Francis!

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  9. Your point is not without merit, WRDG.

    But she may be wearing it solely for Daddy.

    And, yeah, a wrap in front of the kids wouldn't kill her.

    PS Hot pants and go go boots (I'm of that era, too) ain't the same.

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