Hahah, I recently had one for "cath play". Uhm I googled it, and its super SICK... I guess my blog popped up because I had a post for my little guy's cath procedure for his heart.
What? You don't feel that is the essence of your blog?
Now you need to look back at old posts to see if there's one that mentions both a goat and a vagina, because I think we'd all remember one about the more specifically-defined goat vagina.
Well, you *were* looking for a new blog tagline, weren't you?
Well now I think people are just messing with you . . .
It makes me want to come up with something even MORE bizarre than "goat vagina," just to..um..get your goat.
okay. rarely does this happen to me but I *had* to google it to see, and your blog didn't come up. Not even on page 7! Which means google is totally random? I guess?
No offense, but sometimes I love reading the comments of your witty followers just as much as I love your posts! I find myself checking and rechecking to see if anymore comments have come in. Keep it coming commenters. You make me laugh when I need it!
Ha! I think you're being messed with. In fact, I'm starting to feel inspired...hee hee.
I want someone to own up to goat vagina and their reasoning. Am I the only vegetarian that never liked bacon? I'm still going to try your recipe. I have trouble getting excited about tempeh, and I'm hoping this will open the door for me. Thanks as always for sharing.
Finally, the perfect name for your blog!
I was about to put down my baby for the night when I read this. I laughed so hard he woke up and it took me half an hour to get him back to sleep. However, I don't complain at all for the laugh or the extra time holding him.
great name hahahahah....I am just order my beautiful uniform
Oh! I think I can figure this one out, since I have your "Five Family Favorites" on the Children's book review bookmarked - it's how I found your blog a couple months ago!! Here's a quote from your piece about James Herriot's Treasury for Children: "But for animal-loving children who might want to read (or be read) the delightful tales of an English country vet, but who might not be ready for the whole arm-in-up-to-the-shoulder bovine-vagina obstetric interludes, this is the perfect introduction." I tried paraphrasing that description to a friend a few weeks ago and couldn't quite get it right... wonder if she was the mystery googler!