Archive for April, 2017

Bikini Interlude 19

Posted in Society on April 29th, 2017
Bikini Interlude – Checking The Fit Edition

As is the case with almost all the Bikini Interlude posts, there’s really no real purpose to this post beyond providing myself and any who come here a brief interlude of beauty.

This particular interlude is just to point out that it’s time to be picking out a bikini and checking how it fits. How it fits you, mind you, not how you fit it or bikinis in general.

Related Reading:

The Bikini Atoll Yacht Club: Episode 1 of the Strange Lagoon Mystery
Beauty: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast
Secrets of the Bikini Competitor: Everything you need to rock the stage and win your competition
Babes 2019 Wall Calendar
BOSS to BIKINI: The Bikini Boss Complete Transformation Program


Posted in Politics, Society on April 28th, 2017

Misidentification Is A Serious ProblemMisidentification Is A Serious Problem

There have always been issues, some tragic, with individuals’ self-image and self-identification, but this has seemingly degenerated in recent years to dangerous levels of pathology. This has been compounded by the recent trend by the Left to demand that that such misidentifications be accepted, condoned, and normalized.

Still though, even this societal disease pails in comparison to certain forms and specific expressions of misidentification, e.g, misidentifying Bill Nye as a scientist. It lends undeserved weight to whatever this mechanical engineer turned comedic / children’s actor says.

Related Reading:

Unstoppable: Harnessing Science to Change the World
Politics beyond Black and White: Biracial Identity and Attitudes in America
The Three Languages of Politics: Talking Across the Political Divides
America's First Daughter: A Novel
Science (LEGO Nonfiction): A LEGO Adventure in the Real World

If Your Gonna Throw Shade

Posted in Humor, Society on April 24th, 2017


If You’re Gonna Throw Shade, Throw It My Way
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Really! If you’re going to throw shade around, throw it my way. I don’t discriminate. I love all shades, from Blue-Black to High Yellow so bright they could “pass.” 😉

Related Reading:

The Atlas of Beauty: Women of the World in 500 Portraits
American Slang Dictionary, Fourth Edition (McGraw-Hill ESL References)
Humour: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
Slang: The People's Poetry
Sassy Sayings, Snarky Sarcasms, & Saucy Swears: A Coloring Book for Adults - Revised Edition