What made me smile today…

This really cracked me up this morning!

Wikipedia also mentions this. Oh man, I’m just trying to visualize this in my mind and it ain’t good as my ass is pretty wide… ๐Ÿ˜‚

I’m also still smiling at Paul Campbells’s homophobe takedowns over on his Twitter feed. He rightfully got really angry the other day at a homophobic slur (the tweeter has I think gone private since then, her message is no longer visible to me)…

I still sit down with a cup of tea every day to see what his latest replies are and they’re still good…

I already liked Paul Campbell but for that alone, I am so going to watch this movie.

And this morning as I scrolled through my BBC news app, the picture that accompanied the headline on Trump wanting other shower rules made me laugh and then the fact that he even mentioned this as an issue had me shake my head in disbelief. Miranda Hart worded that very nicely…

I so hope Biden/Harris can put us out of the misery of this Trump presidency in the upcoming US elections in November.

This fervent hope I feel when thinking about #BidenHarris2020 makes me smile a little bit as well. Fingers crossed for US voters showing some sense!

14 thoughts on “What made me smile today…

  1. LOL oh Esther, your pictorial comment on that Finnish turn of phrase ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. (For consolation: apparently my middle name is Esther, then ๐Ÿ˜‰)
    And I am definitely checking for Paul Campbell cheese films *right now*. That man is class, judging by the tweet you have quoted. I really admire that he is fully speaking his mind. (He is an example that the new twitter option of blocking replies is definitely not needed for *all* celebs.)

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    1. Welcome to the Esther-club then! The forecast for this evening is that it will rain from Esther’s ass here and after the heat here that’ll be a good thing. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Paul Campbell films I liked best were Window Wonderland, Surprised by Love (stupid title, fun movie), The Last Bridesmaid and A Godwink Christmas.

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  2. Servetus

    Huh. Well, there was a Germanic goddess Eostre or something like that. that’s the connection I’d have guessed at; had no idea it was a myth. I wouldn’t worry too much about your a**.

    I am *really* excited about Harris. The best news in a while (she was my first pick for Democratic nominee even though I knew she wouldn’t be electable as president) Maybe if she’s VP for a term she can run as the headliner and win! Not a perfect candidate by any means but a very strong one.

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    1. Yeah,it’s useless worrying about something I know I won’t really be changing anytime soon, so best to just accept the ass for what it is right now. ๐Ÿ™‚

      As for Harris – I am so-so about Biden. He was a cool VP, I just didn’t really see him as President but with Kamala Harris beside him, yeah I’m now stoked too! Not that I know her that well, but what I have seen from her here and there I really like,

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      1. Servetus

        I think, frankly, that he’s too old. He’s my father’s age. It’s just that there was no other electable Democrat who was centrist enough and having the long-term name recognition (except possibly Michelle Obama, who never wanted to be First Lady and gave more than enough indications that she was never moving back to the White House). He is a political survivor and (although I find this astounding) he was almost the only Democratic Party candidate who was willing to say that Medicare for All and free college tuition were issues that would prevent a lot of centrists from voting for the Democratic ticket. And he (and Harris) are not especially susceptible to the “defund the police” campaign, which is another progressive policy point that could conceivably sink the Democratic party in the fall.

        That said, he is also the anti-Trump. He has a solid sense of decency, and he tries to do what is right, even if it ends up being wrong (as opposed to Trump trying to do what’s wrong or even just trying to anger people). He is able to admit when in retrospect something that he did was a bad choice. And I think he will delegate a LOT. He will have the dream cabinet with a lot of people who are both experts in their fields and more progressive than he is. We just have to make really sure that we get everyone out possible to try to flip the Senate. That’s going to be a bigger challenge, I suspect.

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        1. Yes on him being the anti-Trump and that is what I like most about him! But I too think he’s too old. He was smart choosing his running mate so I have hopes for your cabinet. Delegating and doing it together as a team sounds good to me!

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  3. Thank you for making me smile today, I was reading about Esther’s bum as the oh-so welcome rain came, before I went and danced in it. Good for Paul Campbell for challenging before blocking and let’s pray for a miracle in November.

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    1. I don’t pray but goodness, I’m hoping for that miracle with all my heart!

      Alas, no rain from Esther’s ass in these parts (other parts did get drenched) but at least it’s cooling off a bit now, which is good.

      Yeah, Paul Campbell rocks. ๐Ÿ™‚

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