Well grease my skids!

Master satirist Howard Veit has been fisking those evil homos again! (Civility reigns, of course.)

I have to say that while the fag remarks aren't all that original ("dyke clam lappers and fag shit stabbers" I would only rate as "fair") some of the terms in the Prince Charles post are genuinely rich, even delectable:

Does Princypoo in Jolly old Britannia wear the old pearl necklace. get punked in the mouth, bob on the knob, play hide the sauce with the help, swallow the sword, blow the whistle, cop a doodle, deep throat the guys, get his fast food at the Crotch Hotel, get his facials at the Salami Salon, go down for the cream sauce, play hide the sauce with the help, really do some lip service, puff on some tubing, smoke the sausage? Does he?

Does Princypoo do the back door boogie, is he a shit stabber, does he part his cheeks for the guys, bone the bums at the club, take a broom in his bat cave, ram the dam any time he can, chase the brown clown, play a little too much leap frong at school, do the chocolate cha cha with his butt buddies, cruise that old Hershey Highway, play drop the soap a few times a day, go up the chute with the help, get his back door greased, or worship at the brown altar?

Any, um, Takers out there?


(HT to Justin Case, the world's only blogger without a blog.)

posted by Eric on 11.10.03 at 05:15 PM










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After a format change, a local radio station now styles itself "Bob FM" and pitches the slogan: "Lock your knob on Bob."

Market research just ain't what it used to be, if you ask me.

CGHill   ·  November 12, 2003 6:29 PM

I want to marry Harold Veit, too. Oh, I forgot. I'm already married to John Derbyshire. Can I marry all three? John Derbyshire, Harold Veit, and Rev. Fred Phelps: all 3 are my PERSONAL Savior.

Steven Malcolm Anderson   ·  November 12, 2003 10:31 PM

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