BONELESS CHICKENS  

somethingelse40 74M
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5/25/2006 4:42 am

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BONELESS CHICKENS

boneless, huh?

Ah, the mood is boneless, my liege, simply boneless! Or had you noticed?

Today of all things I find myself saddled with BONELESS CHICKENS. Aside from the fact that I have no idea how they do that, I’m still not at all sure that’s where my interests and talents lie. Apparently though, it’s pretty much just a new wrinkle on the same old paradox as to which came first: the chicken or the egg … boneless chickens or boneless eggs. Have you ever seen eggs with bones? I suppose that settles it: perhaps we can now safely assume that boneless chickens come from boneless eggs, huh? However does that not further complicate the original question of which came first? A handsome reward is offered to anybody who can prove that I’m wrong but refrains from doing so.

It’s not enough to be told that you want more: please supply more details. If you can’t find any other meaning in everything that’s happening, try to consider it as entertainment. If one of us thinks its funny and one doesn’t, one of us must be wrong. Being human means I’m entitled to make occasional mistakes, but am also able to regret them. I like the world so much that I’m gradually letting it have its way with me and boneless chickens. It may be weeks or even months before I decide what to do about boneless chickens. For now let’s just say if it feels good, do it! Lie down on the dance floor and flop around like a boneless chicken.

Speaking of boneless chickens, you should see the rooster, my liege. How one rooster could do so many boneless chickens is a mystery to me. It’s do doubt somehow related and thus likely attributable a new wonder drug called Extreme Viagra for Extreme Cocks and Boneless Chicks. How can I prove to you that it’s a threat, if you won’t risk the experiment? You can learn much from how boneless chicks move their bodies such, as where they itch and when they’ve had enough. Does a boneless chick actually contain anything breakable? If you can’t find any other meaning in boneless chicks, try to consider it as entertainment. If one of us thinks its funny and one doesn’t, one of us must be wrong.

maintaining a healthy level of denial, insanity, and ass faults …

a precursory, perhaps somewhat interpolated, and annotated brush with “May 24” from the perhaps now somewhat BIBLIOGRAPHY documented HAZELDEN Funny Farm Touchstones.

Edith Bunker: I was just thinking. In all the years we been married, you never said you was sorry.
Archie Bunker: Edith, I’ll gladly say that I’m sorry ‒ if I ever do anything wrong. ~~ Norman Lear

“We can laugh at Archie because we see a part of ourselves in him. We have lived in a cloud of denial, blind to our [ass] faults. If we weren’t actually blind to them, perhaps we just refused to admit them because we did not dare. Changing this pattern takes time and determination [and true grit, GRITS (Girls Raised In The South), or BRATS (Girls Raised Around The South)]. We make progress in [insanity] when we stop focusing on what is wrong with others [GRITS, BRATS, or boneless chickens] and start being accountable for ourselves. We grow when we are willing to amend our [moxies] and accept forgiveness for our mistakes.

“A feeling of [self-contained] self-respect flows into us when we stand up and say “I did something wrong.” This statement also says, “I have the strength to face my responsibilities and repair my [moxie].” It is surprisingly helpful to our [self-contained] self-esteem [moxie], and it improves our relationships [and self-contained symbioses, and puts bones back in our chickens].

“Today I will be accountable for my actions and will admit my mistakes.

As often as possible, skip rather than walk.

Yes, but accepting responsibility for my own problems would put me in a very weak bargaining position. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 4737.

When it’s a choice between disappointing me and telling lies, why don’t you ever tell me lies? ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 4679.

Going berserk and running amok are simply my way of coping with things. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 5996.

Try to have an open mind, but not so open that everything in it keeps falling out. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 5180.

Sometimes I wonder if the world really has my best interests at heart. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 3302.

When I catch you, you’ll be sorry that you didn’t let me catch you sooner. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 3116.

I can forgive you for being wrong, but it’s much harder to forgive you for being right. ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: POT-SHOTS NO. 590.

I Want To Reach Your Mind … Where Is It Currently Located? ~~ Ashleigh Brilliant: Woodbridge Press.

Boneless Chickens
You may well have wondered where the boneless chicken breasts in your local supermarket come from. The answer is from boneless chickens. And we have some life sized rubber models of the birds to prove it. Modeled from life, they are shown plucked and as they might appear hanging in the poultry store window. Seeing is believing, at least in Missouri, so get one and look.
88809 RUBBER CHICKEN $8.95 / EACH Temp Out of Stock ... Check Back Soon


Hopefully now my considerably warped and wayward cranium will now somehow manage to really clean up is act and perhaps fare somewhat noticeably yet perhaps somewhat mysteriously better in the yet proposed and upcoming splatters of PARASITOSIS IN DOSES, BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE, WARPED, FUCKED, LACKONOOKY on the YOCKANOOKANY, CONCUPISCENT GUSTOand THE THRONG, , huh? ….. eh? …..

People who rate low anonymously and leave no constructive comments - or any comments at all - are spineless chickenshits. Okay, that sounded a little harsh, so I'll just call them boneless chickens.




moonfire2u 69F
2602 posts
6/25/2006 5:45 am

Wow...you do ramble...your Pot Shots made me laugh outloud...(see no chickenshit or boneless chicken here)

kind thoughts,
Moonfire


somethingelse40 replies on 6/25/2006 10:10 am:
Now that we're in love, what happens next?

florallei 99F

7/7/2006 10:01 pm

humility is a tough thing to swallow...an old proverb says take the lead in showing honor...who will be the first to do it...everyone points a finger at someone else...
which came first...I have always had no trouble with this question...does it not take a live hen to incubate an egg so it hatches? an egg can't make itself a chick without a hen...am I just too simplistic...hahaha...
there is an egg that Asians love to eat, it is called a "balot" and I must inform you that the egg has an embryo inside and an embryo has bones...sorry...but had to tell you darlin' hahaha...I realize I totally busted your ego...I am so sorry...see I can apologize and mean it...you did ask the question.
Flo


somethingelse40 replies on 7/8/2006 4:25 am:
We get some kind of harsh reality here nearly every day. Better to come from you than from my mother. There’s just something about an egg that suggests scrambled, fried, poached, or perhaps the folly of a rooster–no rooster, no chicken, unless of course it’s born of a virgin.

wickedeasy 66F  
25445 posts
7/12/2006 9:34 am

i came, i read

i'm coming back

we

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


somethingelse40 replies on 7/12/2006 3:55 pm:
My life is based on a true story.

adbacula 36M

7/15/2006 9:38 pm

Hi somethingelse,

I'm back, because of wickedeasy's link.

I love your blog! Although, the message is elusive to say the least, somehow it still make sense. Your style is truely somethingelse!

Cheers,
addy


somethingelse40 replies on 7/16/2006 5:25 am:
Say La Vie

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