Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Today Is Tuesday. You Know What That Means

Today is Tuesday.
You know what that means.
We're gonna have a Special Guest!

Can you imagine how risque this commercial must have been! It was bold enough to talk about "unmentionables" but to actually SHOW them on television!

"Suddenly Shapelier" AND Looking 5 pounds thinner!! Sign me up!

Thanks Mocha With Linda for the Tuesday Guest star idea. I couldn't find a Jane Russell one but I did look....really I did....CROSS MY HEART!!

Wiggle your ears
Like good Mousekateers
Cause Tuesday is Guest Star Day!!!!!




Mocha with Linda said...

Oh this made me laugh! To think how scandalous bra ads were and they used mannequins! Those were the days!

Irritable Mother said...

I'm laughing, too!
Thinking some of that modesty would be a good thing for our world today.

Sue J. said...

I think I could do without ever seeing unmentionables on TV. Underwear is just a have-to-do....

But, having said that, remember Under-alls, I think it was, that went "ding-ding" with an animated derriere?

OK, back to my first point.....

WV: mudgen--what happens when you take the "currrrrr" out of a cranky soul.

2Thinks said...

Everything's fine up here, cross my heart- it's just that I absolutely don't have enough time in my days to clean and redecorate my entire house, home, property and cement pond in the back yard in preparation for Fash's upcoming graduation party. What WAS I thinking when I said, "Oh, we can have the party here." ???!! We had our sons' parties at rented facilities and trucked the food in. This is waaay more stressful.

Anyway- there is nothing I would like more than to sit at my computer and blog away all of this anxiety, though I bet my readers get tired of my neuroses. At any rate- I simply do not have time to sit and write on the blog and read blogs right now. With getting ready for the par-tay and working at the book store and feeding the fam and all the last minute graduation details (Fash is homeschooled, but still involved in this graduation ceremony thing with other home educated students, whereby every family has certain volunteering obligations to pull it off etc.)I have to bake 5 dozen gluten-free cookies by Friday!! Oh bless my soul, how AM I going to get this stuff done??

So. I certainly hope to return soon. And I'm hoping sanity will return to me soon too! Or should I say finally find me.

Thank you soooo much for saying hello. Now cross your heart, hope to die, stick a needle in your eye...where on earth did we ever come up with these sayings? And promise me you'll have a nice, relaxing day.

Love- Heidi

Meredith said...

I just got home from work and HAD to come see who your guest was while I still had the house to myself--good thing--scandalous!!:) You are so funny!
AFter working with pain block patients all day I'm wondering how many lumbar muscles that girdle ruined......
anyway, glad you were encouraged! have a great week!!

Kelly Combs said...

All this underware talk is reminding me of the under-roos commericals. "wearing under-roos is fun! and you can choose from more than one!"

I always wanted under-roos.

KrippledWarrior said...

We used to joke my sister and say "If you got a playtex living bra, it would starve to death."
Brothers are like that!

Edie said...

I was thinking the same thing as Linda. Now-a-days they just do away with the mannequins and parade around in the bra... oh wait... they just do away with that too!

I hope you're doing well. Thanks for coming by and praying for me (both times!) :D

Beverlydru said...

Lifts and separates, huh. I've refused to ever wear this brand... I think their branding backfired for me. I've been simply itching to share this stupid joke with someone and you asked for it... HAHAHA

A man walked into the women's department of Macy's, in New York City.
He told the saleslady, "I would like a Baptist bra for my wife, size

With a quizzical look, the saleslady asked, "What kind of bra?"

He repeated, "A Baptist bra. She said to tell you that she wanted a
Baptist bra and that you would know what she wanted."

"Ah, now I remember." said the saleslady, "We don't get as many requests for them as we used to. Most of our customers lately want the Catholic bra or the Salvation Army bra, or the Presbyterian type."

Confused and a little flustered, the man asked, "So what are the

The lady responded, "Well, it's really quite simple. The Catholic
type supports the masses, the Salvation Army lifts up the fallen, and
the Presbyterian type keeps them staunch and upright."

He mused at that for a moment and then asked, "So, what is the Baptist
type for?"

"They," she replied, "make mountains out of molehills."

Beverlydru said...

HAHAHA. That looks liek a whole post in itself. Sorry... well, maybe not.

HisPrincess said...


Oh, and you were funny too ADHD!