1/03/2009

You Know You've Made It...

...when there are people on T.V.
talking about the status of your groin.





Interesting Some Guy's Blog factoid: Since the birth of this blog in June 2006, the word "groin" has only appeared twice - on this post and on one of my earliest posts, a post about Ann Coulter.

19 comments:

Bubs said...

Sure, "groin" only makes two appearances. What about "balls" or "ballsack"?

kirby said...

Is that why the park was empty today? Is everyone home watching football (and groins)?

Some Guy said...

Bubs- balls=38, ballsack=5.

SkylersDad said...

I pull my groin all the time, but do I get any coverage? Hell no, damn NFL fat cats...

Greta said...

Interesting article about Ann Coulter!

Scope said...

As I said the other day, you would think a sign for "Free Groin Pulls would have guys lined up aroung the block.

Amy said...

I would have figured and Ann Coulter post would be more "crotchy" than "groiny", until I read it.

Feel free to use the word "groiny" whenever you want.

Dr Zibbs said...

Bullshit!! What about that puppet character called Mr McGroiny? Huh? Huh?....Oh yeah, that's one of my characters that I'm thinking about introducing this year. (It's a puppet made of a pear, cloves and a hankerchief. And love).

GETkristiLOVE said...

So what is the status of his groin?!

Gwen said...

I heard Mr. McGroiny did 5 for pedophelia.

Cormac Brown said...

I'm confused, did Ann Coulter partially tear her groin? If not, can we somehow make sure that it is a full tear?

~E said...

I KNEW it was Ann Coulter on TV today. They kept saying it was Tomlinson running around trying to warm up with the groin injury but with those calves and that hair, it could only have been Ms. Coulter.

raf said...

"Groin"..how polite!Everyday I learn new words!
(I say polite because I could translate it in google traduction...when this isn't possible..it means it's not a polite word)

Candy's daily Dandy said...

I know its not a first that the words GRION and ANN COULTER were used in the same sentence.

Scope said...

Allow me to join the DOG pile and say that it's probably not the first time "Ann Coulter" and "Afghan Wolfhound" are used in the same sentence, either.

Scope said...

No offense intended. I'm sure they are a fabulous breed and all.

And yes, I fell into the un-PC crowd who links a woman's appearance with the value of her message. I'm sure Ms. Coulter is a fine human whole only rarely clubs baby seals, and then eats their still beating hearts. But since she and/or her handlers try to make it all part of the same package, I feel that it's not out of bounds and actually, a weird double standard not to address it.

bubbles said...

Perhaps a goal for 2009 should be to get your "groin" count up on this blog, Mister.

Leonesse said...

Groin Pulling and Pulling Groans all at the same time.

Micgar said...

What do they say if its just a poor old "layman" who pulls his groin?!