Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Deep Thoughts

i'm not entirely sure what's supposed to happen once you've gone as far as posting pictures of your bare ass on your blog.

on the one hand, i mean, i hope i never have an accident bad enough to top that.

on the other hand, i am trying not to think too hard about the implications for me and my life when my potentially crowning achievement is telling a story to imaginary internet friends involving an ass-related accident culminating in poor self-photography.

hmm.

28 comments:

  1. I had an incident very similar and immediately thought about taking pictures of my ass (sadly, at the time, no camera phone) and posting them on the web.

    And your ass looks GREAT in the picture! Rowr!

    Also, for the benefit of Those Bored At Work, could you possibly post a link to your craigslist personal ad? I'd love to see the original!

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  2. I think it shows that you don't really give a s**t what people think and you are very comfortable with yourself, as you should be. I think you realize that you have a gift for making people laugh and feel good about themselves by sharing your own experiences and your self-deprecating humor. Just because someone wants to lose weight, or quit smoking, or gambling, or whatever their vice may be, doesn't mean that they're not comfortable about the other aspects of themselves. This is why I adore you and your butt, I mean blog!

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  3. what's supposed to happen?

    you keep on blogging, of course!

    I doubt you've told all your great stories. some may not be as painfully funny as the last, but there have to be more illustrations to be drawn and pictures to be shared.

    and we'll all be here, just hoping for more.

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  4. ...ass-related accident culminating in poor self-photography.

    Given how ass-related self-photography usually plays out on the internet, I think you're the model of decorum and circumspection.

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  5. Atleast the picture did not contain an image of the camera used to take said picture.

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  6. Are you kidding? It was your finest blog yet! I *immediately* had to link to your ass....

    http://smaniacally.blogspot.com/2005/07/in-which-drmackn-blogs-in-awe.html

    You go girl!

    d.

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  7. You didn't make an ass of yourself. It was all in the name of blogging. You bravely documented the facts. Keep up the good work, brave woman.

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  8. Kiki - Don't forget that Lyndon Johnson started the self-exposure thing, and set the bar very high. OK, granted, you scaled it, but at least you're in good company. Dad

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  9. I don't know... posting pictures of my ass on the internet was kind of a high point in my life.

    Is that bad?

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  10. I'm not above posting faceless body parts online. And clearly that was to demostrate the bruise.

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  11. Good bye 20s, hello love. Seems a little (T &) A on the internet is a great way to bring in the thirties. Please stay safe, sane, and relatively sober for 'em... :)

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  12. you may have to rule out a future run for the Presidency...

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  13. It could be worse. You could be tubgirl.

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  14. Geez, you're showing your dad your ass.

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  15. Geez, you're showing your dad your ass

    Uh, Anonymous:

    I think he's probably seen it before.

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  16. MAYBE you should have signed your last blog as: Seymour Hiney...
    Just a suggestion

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  17. They say a picture is worth a thousand words... the pic of your a$$ - says - this hurt alot! Great blog...love the laughs.

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  18. I think that your ass was demonstrated so well in the Fireman/Ass illustration that the real thing is a bit of a let-down. Just saying...

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  19. I think that your ass was demonstrated so well in the Fireman/Ass illustration that the real thing is a bit of a let-down. Just saying...

    *files this in the "comments probably best kept to oneself" file*

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  20. Funny Scarrgo, I was thinking just the opposite!

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  21. I've written this post five times and each time it comes wrong, so like Sisyphus, I delete it and start again.

    The previous attempts have all started the same: paragraph after paragraph of reassurance that I'm not some sort of pervert. I state over and over that I'm a nice guy and I am not some sort of stalker. (Isn't that what all stalkers say?)

    Then the previous posting attempts split: paragraphs "smacking" of pretentious pseudo-intellectualism ("I think you have a classic ass which brings to mind paintings of nude, sexually charged nymphs dancing around a satyr...") to the lewd ("oh yeah, now THAT'S what I am talking about...").

    I've scrapped these previous attempts for complete, unbashed honesty. Here goes:

    Wow.

    As a hetero-sexual man, I have to say, you've got a great ass. I'm not crazy about the bruise, but the rest... very nice.

    And while I am at it, please let me say thank you for your clever and witty blog entries that I have enjoyed for some time now.

    And, of course, thanks for the pictures of your smokin' ass. You made my week.

    - John Kipling, kipling00@yahoo.com

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  22. I agree the diagram of your butt at Curves and the firemen cracked me up.

    Your stories are fun. Keep it up!

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  23. I don't think we would have fully understood how bruised up your ass was without the photo. Besides, you've got a cute butt. Why not flaunt it?

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  24. To quote "Finding Nemo"-
    WOW...that's a big butt...."

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  25. You said: To quote "Finding Nemo"-
    WOW...that's a big butt....

    Anon, to quote me "WOW, you're a bit a-hole!"

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  26. it's big, but cute

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  27. Damn, I tried to make a point and screwed up. Anon, I meant to say 'to quote me', "WOW you're a BIG a-hole!" I think everyone got the point though.

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