K_Matthews

K_Matthews

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7 years ago @ Wonkette - Please Stop With The H... · 0 replies · +8 points

Ah, the rare black and white and pink photograph!

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Watch President Obama ... · 4 replies · +5 points

I've missed our snuggling. Mebbe I should shed this disguise.

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Five Other Already-Ill... · 1 reply · +12 points

Next up in the pipeline: a bill that classifies any time that Donovan McNabb gets sick as Ill-Eagle.

Now THAT'S the worst pun of the year thus far, WonketteName!

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Watch President Obama ... · 7 replies · +19 points

The truly degrading part came at the end, when President Obama was played off by keyboard cat.

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Watch President Obama ... · 0 replies · +19 points

Good Lord, that one lady seems to have just sucked the blood of the Jolly Green Giant!

THIS IS THE END GAME OF MICHELLE OBAMA'S HEALTHY VEGETABLE DIET, SHEEPLE!!1!

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Oklahoma Rep: Hope You... · 3 replies · +28 points

Oklahoma voted overwhelmingly against same-sex marriage, and yet the Supreme Court stuck it down our throats,” Russ said.
Once--just once--I'd like to see one of these anti-gay-marriage dignitaries be a little balanced in their rhetoric. Would it be to much to say "and yet the Supreme Court shoved our face into gay marriage's heaving bosom and ordered us to motorboat?"

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Alan Grayson's Bigamis... · 0 replies · +4 points

Am I being pun-ked?

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Alan Grayson's Bigamis... · 3 replies · +7 points

worst pun
I'm having trouble understanding this phrase.

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Rich Texas Parents: Re... · 1 reply · +25 points

It's telling that the complaining parent disparages The Working Poor for not being a "great work of literature." In her mind's eye, the subjects of the book are every bit as much a fiction as Oliver Twist or the Little Matchstick Girl.

7 years ago @ Wonkette - Rich Texas Parents: Re... · 1 reply · +38 points

We don’t know anything about Out of the Dust, the other suggested alternative, although we’d note that the publisher, Scholastic, recommends it for grades 3 to 7, which makes its value as a text for college-level reading dubious.
Yeah, Dok, but Texas.