Apr 19, 2007

MY AM STUMBLE


8 comments:

yipguseng said...

where can the nipples be bought by the way? any idea?

~Babsbitchin~ said...

yipguseng, welcome! I know, I need these so bad. Of course, I entertain so much and these would be perfect for all my S & M parties, ya know, lol?

throckey said...

So I was at a party, and we had had dinner, and the Patron had made a couple of rounds, followed by the wafer thin chocolate mints that come packaged almost exactly like the ones in your picture. So I, feeling the effect of a of El Patron, go "Oh Look! Nipplemints!" Which everybody thought was very funny.

Anyway, the next thing you know (although what you know in these sort of situations is kinda hazy, given El Patron, and all, doncha know?) the hostess is standing next to me with her shirt off and a nipplemint affixed to each boob.

Now these are very dear friends who we've known many years, through good times and bad, and what happened next is best left to the reader's imagination, puerile though it my be. I will leave you with these facts: skinny dipping in a cold lake occured and all of the hostess's neighbors complained about how grass clipping got into their hot tubs that evening.

The moral of the story: be careful what you wish for if there's nipple mints in the house.

frog with a blog said...

Do you think I could wear these under a tight T-shirt in the summer?

Haddock said...

Those fish faces are pretty wild and the chocplate nipples would go down well rather well I think :)

Babsbitchin said...

Frog/Mickelino, do I find you sexy, baby? Ya damn right. Hard chocolate nipples under a clean, crisp white t-shirt, well it stirs something, lol!

Babsbitchin said...

Haddock, my goodness, you're up early too. It's 6:25am and I've been up since 4:30am. I thought I was the only dedicated blogger. Welcome to the team!
Nothing says lovin', like a chocolate nipple, huh?

~Babsbitchin~ said...

throckey, I miss all the fun, damn! I love a good ol' tale of friends, love and candy, it warms the cockles of my heart. How touching and what a wonderful lesson of one of the first lessons we learn in Kindergarten; Sharing is Caring! lol!