June 11, 2009

G60: Red Sox 4, Yankees 3

Yankees - 000 000 300 - 3 10  1
Red Sox - 010 000 03x - 4 8 0
You never truly know with any given pitching match-up what kind of game you'll see.

Penny (6-6-0-1-5, 117) allowed five of his eight baserunners to reach second, but he threw six shutout innings. Manny Delcarmen allowed three runs in the seventh -- the first runs he had allowed to the Yankees in 16+ innings dating back to September 2006 -- but Takashi Saito got MDC out of further trouble and cruised through the eighth.

And when Girardi sent Sabathia out in the rain for the home eighth with a 3-1 lead, the big lefty could not record even a single out. The first three batters reached base and all of them scored -- as Boston batted around and pinned a big ol' "L" on CC's shirt.

Nick Green whacked a high changeup into left field, Dustin Pedroia worked a 10-pitch walk and J.D. Drew grounded an RBI single into center. Alfredo Aceves relieved CC. After taking a borderline pitch for a full count, Kevin Youkilis dropped a single into short right field to load the bases. Jason Bay lined the first pitch he saw into left field, FY scored and the game was tied. And there were still no outs!

Mike Lowell lifted a fly ball to left center. Brett Gardner called off Johnny Damon and uncorked a noodlesque throw that rolled into the infield. Drew scored easily and Boston had retaken the lead. Phil Coke came in and walked David Ortiz on four pitched to reload the sacks, but Jason Varitek fouled out to first and Rocco Baldelli struck out.

The top of the order could do nothing against Jonathan Papelbon in the ninth. Derek Jeter grounded to shortstop, Damon flied to left and Mark Teixeira lined to Yook at first. Nine pitches = save!

In addition to his single to kick off the eighth inning rally, Green made a great play on Jeter's grounder in the ninth. He ranged far to his left, turned a full 360 behind the bag and fired a bullet to first for the out. Also, back in the second, Green was the middle man on a 7-6-4 double play when Nick Swisher was caught off second when Francisco Cervelli flew out to deep left. (Anyone who thinks Julio Lugo makes either of those plays likely believes Sabathia is anorexic.)

Boston took a 1-0 lead in the second when Ortiz crushed Sabathia's first pitch over the Wall in left. It was his 4th dong of the year. Flo reached base in all four plate appearances tonight: Damon dropped his routine fly ball in the fourth, he singled in the seventh and walked in the eighth.

The Sox also threatened CC in the first, when Drew doubled with one out and Youkilis walked. Sabathia wriggled out of that jam and (outside of Tiz's HR) did not allow a Boston runner past first until Girardi tried to steal a few outs in the eighth.

That strategy failed miserably -- and the Red Sox attacked the MFY pen.

Boston is now 8-0 against the Yankees this season and are 2 GA of New York in the East. The rivals do not meet again until August 6-7-8-9 in the Bronx.

***

CC Sabathia (3.56, 126 ERA+) / Brad Penny (5.85, 81 ERA+)

It looks like Jacoby Ellsbury will miss tonight's game as well:
There's definitely still soreness. It's still really tender even doing non-baseball stuff. If I were to get out there and dive again, steal bases, that's where the possibility is of making it worse.
Jed Lowrie could return to the lineup before the end of the month. He is expected to begin a rehab assignment with Pawtucket on Monday and might rejoin the Red Sox in Atlanta on June 26. ... John Smoltz makes his final rehab start today for Pawtucket.

Jonathan Papelbon but unavailable for Tuesday's game because of food poisoning/dehydration, but was well enough to nail down the save last night:
I felt pretty good physically. I just had to take my time between each pitch. ... I was just breathing a little heavy. ... I was sick, but I was able to bounce back and come help the ballclub.
Jason Bay: "If you're sporadic and you're not really getting strike one, we're a bad team to face."

Bob Klapisch of the Record writes that the Yankees are
desperate for Sabathia to win on Thursday night. He's about to face a Red Sox lineup that has the best on-base percentage in the American League, a blend of power and speed and baseball smarts that's still a generation ahead of the Yankees.

Sabathia said, "I always look forward to pitching under pressure," and there's no reason to doubt him. ...
Yes, there is!

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redsock said...

capitalize, capt

andy said...

here.

Amy said...

What kind of dog, John? Springer? Hard to tell from the little photo.

andy said...

Damn just logged in and saw 200 comments.

So Damon eh?

Ish said...

Johngoldfine, I'm actually going to Great Bay comm. college in Portsmouth! Haha. My sister went there and loved it.

Great Bay also makes sure that a lot of the credits you earn are transferable.

Amy said...

Hi, Andy.

redsock said...

O'B: no harm from error


no, but plenty of laffs!!!!!!!

Dr. Jeff said...

What happened with Damon? Easy catch that he blew?

A Conformer said...

Oh, wow, I have a huge time lag. I saw all the HAHAHAHAs about Damon about a minute before it happened. Gotta remember not to read the thread too fast...

Ish said...

John Henry via Twitter: "I wonder what the record is for number of pitches thrown in a shutout. Brad is on a pace for 195"

L-girl said...

I used to have that on weekends (what Ofer said). I had to not refresh too quickly.

Now it's the opposite, MLB radio is early, I know before everyone else.

johngoldfine said...

Ish--MCCS has had problems in the past coordinating credits with UMS. A long ugly tale. Nothing wrong with Portsmouth NH except that Tim Sample wasn't impressed that one winter....

:)

Ish said...

Plus, Johngoldfine... Portsmouth is closer and NO tolls! 20 miles to Wells for York County CC and 10 miles to Portsmouth.

johngoldfine said...

Amy--that dog is Scooter--a mostly Maltese mix with some poodle in there too.

L-girl said...

OMG that puppy is cute! I just enlarged the avatar.

Benjamin said...

Is the pizza as terrible in Portsmouth as in Concord?

L-girl said...

Of course saying a puppy is cute is a... tautology? I think that's the word.

Ish said...

For info.. By no tolls I mean it would save $5 each trip. $2 barrier toll each way and a $1 entrance toll to the Maine Turnpike. That's huge when you think about it.

johngoldfine said...

That's the word!

Benjamin said...

93 pitches.

L-girl said...

OTT

s1c said...

Puppies are always cute, even pit bull puppies are cute.

johngoldfine said...

We offer online courses, ish! No tolls.

Benjamin said...

Not all puppies.

L-girl said...

Saving $5/trip is a lot.

Tautology, good glad that was right. Occasionally my long-term memory kicks in.

fusionmouse said...

Lost the WRKO feed on my computer again. I'd listen to WCBS but I swear it make my ears bleed!

Patrick said...

The Fish cafe in Porstmouth has shucks for a buck tuesdays. I slog down mollusks there any Tuesday I can. I eat them until I get high.

Dr. Jeff said...

Redsock did you see this, about A-rod giving Teixeira tips on where the catcher was setting up? I don't think you linked to it, but I might have missed it.

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/yankees/2009/06/10/2009-06-10_accusations_bring_arod_mark_teixeira_to_tipping_point.html

A Conformer said...

Fatso duel so far, eh?

Dr. Jeff said...

Link

see if this works

Amy said...

Rocco!

s1c said...

Ok, a lead off hit, capitilize on it you sweet bastards capitalize on it.

Ish said...

Benjamin - We have quite a few decent pizza places here. Place called Joe's New York Pizza is very good. Go in there and get pizza by the slice (huge slices) or get a massive pizza.

My favorite place for pizza in Portsmouth is the Flatbread Company. Pricey, though.

Interestingly enough, Flatbread Co. has locations in Portland ME, Portsmouth, Amesbury, North Conway NH, Bedford, NH Canton MA... And Paia, Maui Hawaii!

L-girl said...

Of course pit bull puppies are cute!!! And as dogs they are GORGEOUS.

Amy said...

Puppy is cute! And it is a truism. I think that's what you meant, Laura??

Benjamin said...

Good fundamental baseball.

Ish said...

Johngoldfine - I can't rely on my computer to be reliable enough for online classes. Either computer! Haha. Plus I couldn't focus at home.

L-girl said...

proof

L-girl said...

i heart mollusks

s1c said...

Fragging kidding me.

s1c said...

I am more of an oyster man myself.

Ish said...

I was just re-reading the comment I made about Flatbread Co. and got to the locations and read Bedford, NH JUST as Don was wishing someone from Bedford, NH... something. He said Bedford right as I read it. Amazing.

johngoldfine said...

Well, you could take an online class from me, ish--I only make life miserable for MFY fans....

Ish said...

I like land food.

I like sea food if it's deep fried.

Ish said...

Well out of sheer curiousity, Johngoldfine, what do you teach?

L-girl said...

It is a truism, but I meant a tautology. Unnecessary repetition for emphasis, something that cannot be refuted because it is a definition of itself.

johngoldfine said...

s1c--yes yes: oysters!

L-girl said...

i love all bivalves

Benjamin said...

Not a strike.

johngoldfine said...

English. The King of Disciplines!

L-girl said...

i was an english major too. i loved it. strongly considered going to graduate school for english too.

what do you teach specifically?

Ish said...

English! Nooooooo! I mean, that's interesting! Very interesting.

johngoldfine said...

Ish--you're nearly halfway to EnglISH already with your screen moniker. Don't panic!

Amy said...

I love English, wish I was teaching it instead of law.

I am envious!

johngoldfine said...

I teach writing, Laura, and stay away from teaching literature.

Amy said...

Do you write, John? If so, what do you write?

Ish said...

Johngoldfine - Writing is a lot better. I was never fond of literature.

johngoldfine said...

L-girl--actually, my graduate degree is in another discipline. Long story, but all's well that ends well. Teaching writing revs me up.

L-girl said...

Ooo teaching writing, that is tough. Motivated students who can already write? Or very basic?

L-girl said...

Ish, you don't read? That's surprising, since you're obviously smart.

L-girl said...

lowell = good

Ish said...

The one thing about Great Bay CC I'm not looking forward to is taking the course placement test. Accuplacer exam. I need to get that done next week. I've had to go back and refresh my memory with things from high school - particularly math.

johngoldfine said...

Fiction, but I teach creative nonfiction and comp courses.

L-girl said...

Bay doubling as a scoreboard attendant!

redsock said...

Bay fixing the scores int he Wall!!

Ish said...

L, I don't read as often as I like, and when I do, I'm rather picky about what I read.

johngoldfine said...

Both, Laura--community college, full of surprises.

Ish said...

I would like to write a fiction novel at some point in my life.

johngoldfine said...

Accuplacer in English is a breeze, ish. It's mostly punctuation, spelling, and usage, and you ace all that.

Amy said...

I would teach literature if I could.

And nothing wrong about being picky about what you read, Ish.

L-girl said...

"I'm rather picky about what I read."

Me too. Incredibly picky. But that's because I love to read. I wonder why you think you don't like literature. Maybe you had bad experiences with people forcing you to read boring stuff.

"Both, Laura--community college, full of surprises."

Right. That's cool, must be very challenging.

L-girl said...

fiction novel - a tautology :)

that will be my new favourite word

s1c said...

Ok, glass refileled again, back to oysters.

While going to nuke school in Orlando, every Thursday night my room mates and I would load up in the two cars and visit our favorite oyster bar for a couple of pitchers of beer, 3 or 4 buckets of oysters (raw the first two), then head to Daisy's basement for a night of debauchery and Music (Long Island Iced Teas can really fuck you up)

Patrick said...

I <3 Oysters.

A Conformer said...

Anybody up in the pen? Penny's PC is getting up there.

s1c said...

Delcarmen was up earlier

johngoldfine said...

I've been doing it a long time, Laura--the challenge now is mostly convincing students that they really are out of high school and that I don't give a shit about most of the things that were very important there--but that what I do give a shit about (writing with some heart) is worth blood, sweat, and tears. After that, smooth sailing.

L-girl said...

MDC has been up for a while.

Patrick said...

Are oysters not mollusks?

s1c said...

Patrick - not in my world

johngoldfine said...

s1c--where were the oysters from? Local?

L-girl said...

i also love oysters

Amy said...

Or is that just a redundancy?

L-girl said...

oysters are mollusks

s1c said...

Local, as far as I know (hey that was 27 years ago).

Benjamin said...

SIT, SHEMP

L-girl said...

K

redsock said...

SHEMP

woo woo wooowoowoooowoo

andy said...

So pitching eh?

L-girl said...

maybe it's a redundancy and a tautology.

that's a job for the squad squad.

Patrick said...

I wonder if Theo is on the phone right now.

fusionmouse said...

Now that's a shiny Penny! Rather DiceKish pitch count though.

Patrick said...

oysters are mollusks

Thanks L. S1C confusing me.

Kevin said...

Sit!

Hell of an outing by Penny tonight.

Let's hope the bullpen can hold it.

Some insurance runs would help.

s1c said...

Theo is texting whoever he has been talking to about Penny and saying "See, Penny is the man!!! Why don't you give me .... and ..."

Benjamin said...

maybe it's a redundancy and a tautology.

Also a pleonasm.

Ish said...

I'm a lot less inclined to finish a book if I have a hard time reading it. You all know how some books read better than others. I'm probably very similar to the rest of you when it comes to reading.

When I think of literature, required reading and boring books come to mind. It's simply a negative connotation from past experiences.

Give me a mystery, a thriller, or a cheeky, humourous, clever novel and I'll read it.

L-girl said...

wiki on oysters:

The common name oyster is used for a number of different groups of bivalve mollusks, most of which live in marine habitats or brackish water.

etc etc.

s1c said...

oysters are mollusks

And bourbons are whisky but I'll still take bourbon over whiskey!!!

Patrick said...

Texting: It's not just for 12 year olds.

Benjamin said...

Of course Sabathia has to throw forty pitches this inning to equal Penny's pitch count.

fusionmouse said...

Patrick-
Think Theo can package Lugo with Penny?

Patrick said...

Sounds like you'd appreciate the Harry Potter books. Ish.


Maybe not, but I do. I really do.

L-girl said...

literature just means quality writing. it doesn't mean boring.

johngoldfine said...

Ish--English is definitely treated as a punitive subject in a lot of places. Or like medicine: tastes bad, good for you, yuck....

Benjamin said...

Patrick-
Think Theo can package Lugo with Penny?


Someone has to carry his lunch pail.

redsock said...

o'brien thinks penny might be done

117 pitches -- ya think, dave?

Patrick said...


Think Theo can package Lugo with Penny?


If he throws in Buchholz to offset the damage.

A Conformer said...

Pleonasm, eh? You learn something new every day.
We have a good example of it in Hebrew. When you saw go up or go down, you're actually saying 'ascending up' or 'descending down'.

L-girl said...

s1c, ok, you lost me there, but i'll meet you for bourbon and oysters any time.

Ish said...

"I've been doing it a long time, Laura--the challenge now is mostly convincing students that they really are out of high school and that I don't give a shit about most of the things that were very important there--but that what I do give a shit about (writing with some heart) is worth blood, sweat, and tears. After that, smooth sailing."

I should have read this before I posted my last comment. I'll learn pretty quickly the differences between high school in college.

s1c said...

If he throws in Buchholz to offset the damage

Buc is the untouchable, he isn't going anywhere except to Boston when they need another starter.

L-girl said...

oh pleonasm, yes, very related to a tautology, iirc

fusionmouse said...

Yeah, but I think Bucholz's ERA has drifted negative... gotta give him another shot in the show.

s1c said...

L-girl - Bourbon is an American Whiskey!!!

Ish said...

L, I agree with you. In my mind "literature" means something different than "good books" and "good writing".

Patrick, I've tried reading Harry Potter and failed. No interest.

Patrick said...

I cried when I read them. I am sensitive.

A Conformer said...

L, I agree with you. In my mind "literature" means something different than "good books" and "good writing".

There's a great anecdote by the prof. who annotated Lolita, about how when he was in the army (I think), they would buy smut books and read them aloud. One day they got Lolita (originally published by a publishing house that did mostly dirty books) and the guy reading it read the first sentence, and immediately yelled in disgust: "What the hell?!? This is fucking literature!!"

fusionmouse said...

Good sports literature can be found here www.joeposnanski.com

Amy said...

Man, my daughter has been IMing me, and I am missing a good discussion here about literature.

I am very finicky about what I read. Mostly it has to be well written.

johngoldfine said...

I like that story, a conformer!

redsock said...

saito up

Benjamin said...

Shit

Amy said...

Sadly, I think high school kills a love of reading for many people.

SHIT. Tied up.

nick said...

great.

s1c said...

Fragging kidding me

L-girl said...

shit

SoSock said...

Hot Damn, Here I Yam!
And Papi has gone deep. I think I need a cigarette, and I don't even smoke :>
Won tickets to Thirsty Thursday at the Greensboro game tonight through a rock trivia contest on the local station and drove the 35 minutes or so there only to sit and drink 3 beers while in a delayed start, then have it called. Damn, will it EVER stop raining around here? Methinks I need blueprints for an ark. Oh yeah, I have them :)
Patrick - my son is incredibly involved in the Potter books. He read a couple of them to his mom and me while we were on the road to NY one year. He has a number of foreign language copies that he got in Europe or has had friends get for him. Italian, French, German, and of course 2 of them in Hebrew. That I know of, there may be more now.

Ish said...

I know literature means quality writing, but in my brain, literature has a more pretentious connotation to me.

nick said...

I read through the thread and all I can think is...this is fucking literature!

where's the depravity?

L-girl said...

"L-girl - Bourbon is an American Whiskey!!!"

I got that part. :)

SoSock said...

SHIT!
Maybe I should go back to Greensboro :(

Patrick said...

I quit high school, and I like to read. Could be it.

A Conformer said...

I am very finicky about what I read. Mostly it has to be well written.

I'm with you there, Amy. Several times I've tried reading nonfiction books about subjects that fascinate me, but failed because they were badly written. And I couldn't get through 5 pages of The Da Vinci Code (:

Amy said...

There were books I read in high school for school that I re-read later and wondered why I had found them boring in high school. I think reading a book a chapter at a time and having to answer questions before you have even finished the book kills the flow of a book.

Kevin said...

Nice fuckin' job Delcarmen...

L-girl said...

So Ish, reprogram your brain with a new definition. There, problem solved! :)

s1c said...

Sadly, I think high school kills a love of reading for many people.

Depends on what you are required to read, in my case it was "The Fountainhead, The Prince, Hamlet, Catcher in the Rye, The Hobbit and various other masterpieces". Just increased my love for reading.

Amy said...

I will admit that I rarely read anything on the best sellers list. Sometimes just because it is ON the best sellers list. And also because I am difficult and don't want to do what everyone else is doing. So I never read the DaVinci Code either. Or John Grisham. Or all those Oprah books.

nick said...

rock trivia contest, eh SoSock. one question or a series?

Ish said...

L, exactly! Easier said than done, but I have a lot of years ahead of me.

This is not an insurmountable goal.

L-girl said...

"And I couldn't get through 5 pages of The Da Vinci Code"

Probably because it's crap

nick said...

nice handle of that by MDC...but I want more outs!

SoSock said...

I did like Davinci Code, although I wouldn't call it a classic. I just like unusual reads, and very rarely read the same type of book twice in a row.

Amy said...

BTW, Laura, I received my email confirmation from Amazon that my two books have shipped.

s1c said...

Actually I am surprised that you guys hated the Catholic Bashing DaVinci Code.

9casey said...

What's the deal the Masterson.....Tito never uses him anymore

redsock said...

o'b says teammates call saito "sammy".

A Conformer said...

Or all those Oprah books.

I've read some classic or other that had an 'Oprah' sticker on it. The Brothers Karamazov, maybe? Ridiculous. I tried to take off the sticker, but it turned out it wasn't a sticker at all, but part of the cover design.

redsock said...

setting up the TEI-DP.

s1c said...

Masterson is the emergency back up for Daisuke.

Ish said...

My favorite books are the ones you can't put down. :>)


Speaking of good books. I recently finished reading Dirty Water and loved it.

9casey said...

s1c said...
Masterson is the emergency back up for Daisuke.



Really that his role?

SoSock said...

Nick - 10 questions. You answer on air, then the master, Chris Diem, returns to the sound room and gets the same 10 questions. I've played him on air 4 times now, never have beat him, although no one else has either lately. Undefeated this year with 5 ties, and they play every day Mon. thru Thur.
I scored 6 to his 8 this time which got me the consolation prize.

s1c said...

Not really, but Tito keeps him ready for that.

L-girl said...

I don't care what its politics are. I read a bit of it in a bookstore, after my nephew and SIL were raving about it, both smart people who read a lot. I thought the writing was just dreadful. I mean dreadful.

Each to his own! Don't mean to offend anyone with my book reviews.

redsock said...

o'd says 76 mph curve

YES has it at 93

nick said...

I read a few of Dan Brown's books. He's a crappy writer. the pulpy content kept me going, but his writing made it a tough slog at times.

s1c said...

Pulpy is a good definition of it. I read just because someone gave it to me and wanted to know what I thought about it.

Amy said...

Oprah probably has done a good thing, reviving interest in some old classics.

I was more referring to her endorsement of some of the more current stuff, some of which I am sure is very good, but I remain suspicious.

L-girl said...

Publishers kill to get an Oprah book. Major politicking goes into that.

She's done some decent books (that I read before she did them). I wouldn't reject a book because Oprah does it. But most of them are not for me.

nick said...

I read a few of Dan Brown's books. He's a crappy writer. the pulpy content kept me going, but his writing made it a tough slog at times.

A Conformer said...

I would say that I love reading literature but don't like studying literature. I remember in high school I had to read Macbeth and The Stranger, and loved them both, up until the point where we started studying them. Luckily, my school always required we read the entire book, and then reread parts while studying, so the flow wasn't ruined that much.

9casey said...

a lot of Oprah talk here....

L-girl said...

I think Oprah's book thing is incredible. A TV show that wants people to read?? It's unheard of. Anything that gets people to read is wonderful.

It's not for me, but I already read.

SoSock said...

Time for a K, Rod

redsock said...

i have to finish the two new clemens books and post about them...

nick said...

crap. doubled up on the conflicting edit.

get him, MDC!

One thing that bugged me about Dan Brown is he'd use dialogue to explain background--but it was things the characters would never say.

Ish said...

One of my favorite books is called The Average American Male, by Chad Kultgen.

It's so vulgar you'd blush reading it, but when you get past that (and trust me, you lot can definitely get past it) it is most hilarious and a very easy read. It feels very real, even though most of us average American males are not one-dimensional like the main character is.

Amy said...

I loved studying literature in college, but not in high school when it was all done just to make sure we had read the book. It amazed me what my college profs could pull out of books that I had not seen when reading them in high school. Moby Dick was torture in high school, but I loved it in college.

I would love to teach literature.

Ish said...

I challenged myself to think of one book to mention that I can read many times over and over and enjoy. That was it. It's a guilty pleasure. It's like an inner monologue you never let anyone in on.

L-girl said...

Ofer, I can see that. I totally loved studying literature, really close studies that most people would find stupid or boring. It's definitely not for everybody.

I do think it's very useful for writers. Understanding good writing from the inside out.

Benjamin said...

SHITFUCK

nick said...

fucking fucking fuck fuck fucking fuck.

L-girl said...

fuck

s1c said...

Fragging melt down by MDC.

SoSock said...

Fragging full count - bear down!

Kevin said...

FUCK

L-girl said...

re dan brown, nick, me too. i HATE bad dialogue.

andy said...

I probably would kick Carmen Del Manuel in the balls.

A Conformer said...

I wouldn't avoid a book just because it's an Oprah book, that would be pretty stupid, and a shame. I just think it's ridiculous that books that have been around for more than a 100 years suddenly get that OPRAH circle put on them. The same way that I hate it when publishers put the actors from the movie version on a book cover.
I agree that in general the Oprah book club phenomenon is positive. Whatever gets people to read is fine by me.

Amy said...

I am sitting here, amazed by how different tonight's thread is compared to last night.

Could it be the presence of Laura and Ofer? Or are we all just feeling more civilized tonight?

SoSock said...

Dammit!
GDGD shows that one belt high - FUCK!
Woulda been better to walk him than throw him BP

nick said...

Miserably Decrepit Crap.

So... any trivia questions to share, SoSock?

andy said...

But Oprah carries a lot of responsibility with that book club endorsement. Is she steering us as a society in the right direction?

L-girl said...

Ofer, your last comment, I concur.

redsock said...

so amy:

reading > colouring your public hair?

L-girl said...

What was last night's thread like?

I hope I can be as uncivilized as the next fan.

andy said...

her hair is public?

Benjamin said...

I am sitting here, amazed by how different tonight's thread is compared to last night.

You mean chatting about socialism instead of cute socialists?

andy said...

I gotta see this.

Amy said...

I agree that the Oprah thing is overall a good thing. Like I said, I just generally avoid reading what everybody else is reading. It's one reason I can't get into the book club thing. It's weird because I love talking about books with people, but I don't like to follow the crowd. Just me being weird me.

L-girl said...

something tells me allan didn't mean public hair

SoSock said...

RS trying to increase the depravity level? :>

L-girl said...

Ah, my cute socialist. Who is not mine, but another woman's.

Kevin said...

Alright, we really need some runs.

Now.

nick said...

My inappropriate tattoo suggestion, by the way, came about during a dinnertime conversation in college where someone mentioned they'd heard of someone who would give free tattoos, but only of vegetables. What vegetable would you have tattooed where?

andy said...

I know and that is all the more intriguing.

Her pubic hair is coloured and it is also in public.

Amy said...

Laura, you just got a taste of it. Lots of talk about pubic hair, tattoos on penises, Blossom, etc.

andy said...

One of those big long melons on my thigh.

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