I don't know how long this will last, but just in case I added this little "Battle of the Fluke" icon to the clipart library, accessible through the Editor for the Rich.
So, the question is: what kind of a fluke is Fluke?
There are many different types of flukes. These include blood flukes, which can cause blood clots; fish flukes, which come from eating undercooked fish; liver flukes; lung flukes, which cause a persistent cough; intestinal flukes; lymph flukes; and pancreatic flukes. A parasite feeds off the nutrients provided by the host that it has infected. Flukes have external suckers that they use to leech the nutrients. They are microscopic in size and can lay up to 100,000 eggs in a day once they have infected a host.
It is so confusing...
Any womyn that needs 3000 US dollars worth of contraceptives couldn't be satisfied with just men.
Such narrow minded thinking is what got us Don't Ask Don't Tell (disregard the fact that it was Comrade Clinton who signed it into policy) so we could blame its faults on George Bush.
Now, sit back and watch; Sandra's second shift is pulling into the parking lots and lining up...
TovarichiNavigator, I denounce your sexist homophobic statement.
In view of your complaint, Tovarichi, I offer the following compromise:Woodpecker Of Reproductive Justice Is Looking For
TovarichiAny womyn that needs 3000 US dollars worth of contraceptives couldn't be satisfied with just men.
We must have the Hildo Hydra 7.1 flown in for them.
Those of us who grew up listening to "Animal Stories" on Chicago's WLS will no doubt be wondering why Obama's fellow Windy City resident, but non-blowhard, Hugh G. Rexion is not standing tall with President Obama. After all, Hugh did have a noteworthy and much sought-after red-headed woodpecker, which might have once been named Randy, that would clearly be a suitable familiar given the new HHS logo and clear indicator of his eco-awareness.
Princess NookieSnow fluke...not sure if it's usable as a party slogan or label, but it just came to mind.
The only way to put "snow" and "fluke" in one sentence is by referring to a snow job.
THIS, IS A FLUKE!
THESE ARE SEVERAL FLUKES!
I SHOULD KNOW!
(Hey Boss, Check out my teeth... I just had 'em cleaned!)
Sister Massively Opiated