Porn For New Moms promises a lot but in my opinion is somewhat misleading. I have my thoughts as to what constitutes porn, and those thoughts have little to do with what is presented in the pages of this book. That said, I know during pregnancy hormones can do crazy things with one’s system… so by all means have at it!
The book published by the Cambridge Women’s Pornography Cooperative is currently on sale at Amazon.com and should put a smile on the face of any new mother you gift it to.
Related books in the series include:
Porn For Women
Geez… ok, this is getting ridiculous.
Or cave woman.
My Hungry! is exactly the type of book I would buy if I came across it in a bookstore, and who could blame me? A child’s book with a little cave boy on the cover and the promise of simple cave dialogue inside. The upside? A quick read with the potential for humour. The downside? A child who will insist on speaking like Captain Caveman for the coming several months… worth it? You’ll have to decide for yourself.
Maybe this is one of those gifts for someone else’s kids
Thank God for the internet!
Sites like this crack me up… my hat’s off to any genius that can interject humour into a painful or otherwise humourless topic. In this case, diaper rash, sore nipples, dry va-j-j and, um, hemorrhoids.
LeastLikely2Breed.net offers all of the above in some pretty attractive packaging. Whether you actually need these, want them for friends, or are due for a gag gift you need to check this out.
You know the little guy loves you, but will he embarrass you in front of your friends if you bring him along to the course? If this video is any indication, the answer is a resounding “YES!”
It might be worthwhile teaching him to direct his excitement towards the OTHER golfers and remain passive and approving when dad steps up.
Actually it was sent to me via email, and I’ll repost it here for you tonight so you can enjoy this heartwarming story. I hope this doesn’t make me one of those ‘spammy’ people…
A young couple and their daughter moved into a house next door to which was an empty lot. One day a construction crew arrived to start work on a new home that was to occupy the empty lot. The little 5-year-old naturally took an interest in all the activity in the empty lot and spent hours of every day watching the workers.
The workers, all of them softies underneath the grime, basically adopted the little girl as their unofficial project mascot. They chatted with her regularly, let her sit with them during coffee and lunch breaks, and gave her tasks here and there to make her feel part of the crew.
At week’s end they presented her with a pay envelope containing an official payroll check! It was only two dollars, but the girl took it home to her mother who said all the appropriate words of admiration and suggested that they take the two-dollar “pay” she had received to the bank the next day to start a savings account.
Upon arriving at the bank, the teller was impressed as well and asked the little girl how she had come by her very own paycheck at such a young age. The little girl proudly replied, “I worked last week with the crew building the house next door to us.”
“My goodness!” said the teller. “And will you continue to work on the house this coming week as well?”
The little girl smiled and responded, “I will if those dirtbags at Home Depot ever deliver the damned sheetrock!”
When I was a kid I didn’t like school, and went to great lengths to avoid it… but never to this extent. Enjoy Little Becky.