49 comments on “DtarzsaBaqqvvvvvvvvkUhbugccihhhuvvugQc

  • Hi Rochelle – with the only real words on this post being “Yeah, it’s a butt blog”, you might get some very interesting search term hits (and possibly some disappointed searchers).
    πŸ™‚

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    • Dear KT,

      When I realized what I’d done my first inclination was to take this down, but the comments had already started rolling in. I must have done this on the phone in the car when checking comments. By the time I got home it had turned into fun so I added Poppy’s picture. As for the disappointed searchers…oh well, whatever gets them here, right?

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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  • Rochelle,
    This is hilarious. I just HAD to see what it was all about. So glad I did, I needed a laugh. I’m in the middle of writing a loooong argument paper at the moment and have neglected all other writing (temporarily) – hope to see you again soon.

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    • Hi Stephonie!

      If this is what it takes to get you to come by, then it was totally and completely worth it. πŸ˜€ Happy to have given you something to laugh about. Hope to see you soon.

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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  • LOL I was wondering if this low grade fever was more serious than I thought it was for a minute there. Too funny. I think we’ve all been there, when it comes to assorted forms of butt-dialing.

    My husband used to regularly leave himself butt-dialed recordings over the course of his day landscaping before he learned how to lock his phone when not in use. Always funny to hear loud rustling, random conversation and a few colorful words thrown in there.

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  • At least when something embarrassing like this happens to me I have the option of blaming it on the cats. I see you chose to pass up the opportunity of blaming it on Jan. At least in your case it wasn’t a kitty posting nudey pictures of you. The only good thing about that happening to me is that I was getting dressed in the dark. Everyone who saw the grain, all-black photo should be glad of that. πŸ™‚

    Peace,
    MG

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