Because ‘Vagina’ wouldn’t fit on the shirt.
Photo courtesy of Stephen A. Howard.
A poon with a view
@iLock: that’s written on the back.
Wham! Bam! I’ll see you Latte.
Bet she’s not
What’s that orange beverage the astronauts drink?
@FB No idea. BUT! The orange beverage the Aborigine people drink, is called “Goom”.
It is a mixture of Fanta and Methylated Spirits.
Fanta is fairly poisonous at the best of times. I can assure you that it is not improved by the addition of Metho.
Hmm. I would have thought that, VAG on the front, and INA on the rear, would be kind of amusing.
Poon Industry, Inc.
I didn’t know that coffee caused pregnancy.
Guess it depends on what you sit on, while you are drinking it.
Well, gag me with a…
What is uood?
Hahaha Gooma. On the subject of sitting on things.
An ardent young fraulein named Ritter,
Was an accomplished and passionate —k-sitter,
With her prehensile hole,
She’d envelop your pole,
And squirm up and down when the urge hit’er.
poon — short for spoony (with bard written on the back)
But you uoodn’t
Frankly I don’t get this one.
I gathered ‘poon’ is a tree of some sort . . . no?
Her husband last name is Tang and her first name is Regina.
“i spent my vacation time in texas and all i got was this racist tshirt”
RT: You spelled TEXAS correctly the first time.
@DnT. Oud = An ancient Turkish and Arabic, 11 stringed instrument like a Lute. The top third or the neck is bent back at 60degres, and it has no frets. Circa. 3,000BC and still used in Iraq Persia and many Arabic countries.
The lack of frets, enables the operator to “bend” note and add vibrato. (That typical middle eastern music sound). At least to our western ears.
Entschuligen sie mir: Persia = Iran. (I like Persia better = It brings to mind, the culture of such an ancient nation, rich in history – to the Old Testament days, and before — written history that is)
Furthuremore. Pron: Oud = oood. (rhymes with food)
Hehe. I don’t know about food. But Oud music goes well with drinking Anise (Ouzo).
This is uood in the morning.
@Marum: One man’s Mede is another man’s Persian. (a *very* old joke)
Is she drinking a Tang?
God Marum. Doesn’t that brain of yours ever forget anything? Remember how “Sassy” was so amazed, that you knew all about who she was, and where she came from, where she went to Uni, and who she was married to. That crazy brain of yours, collated all that info, from various blogs he had posted to, under various; noms de guerre. An Uod? Howinhell did you know that? But you like Flamenco, so you probably are mad. They tell me you were driving everybody crazy, playing a Fandango at 140 decibels the other day, so you could hear it over… Read more »
I don’t know about that mate. I can’t remember the last time my wife gave me a f–k. 😥
As far as that tree went mate. They were even more amazed when I leapt on the trunk as it fell, clapping in time to the music, and shouting: “OLE”!
As the Espanolo said: “Any ole will do.”
@tadchem. They don’t com much older do they? 17th century BC.
When the early Persians settled in (northern?) Iran.
You had me for a tic there. I thought you meant Medea. (Niece of Circe. Granddaughter of Helios)
Hehe. The four stages of woman perhaps?
It was originally designed for 3-year-old Tick fans.
What sort of name is Poon?
It’s Comanche Indian.
There is a Dickson Poon. School of business at university of England and he manufactures high end fashion…so maybe he’s the Asian Michael Kors or Ralph Lauren?