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August 13, 2011

Really, Bachmann Sex Act With Corn Dog?

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Driving away on a golf cart with her husband Marcus beside her, Mrs Bachmann stopped to buy a foot-long corn dog – a chicken and beef sausage in deep-fried batter. After applying mustard and allowing Mr Bachmann to take the first bite, she chomped into it with gusto. — Fried food and retail politics at the Iowa State Fair (Telegraph)

I get it’s the first heat of America’s GOP campaign, but you’d think the Telegraph’s US Editor (and sadly, wannabe photojournalist) would know an awful lot better — especially in the midst of Britain’s ongoing journalism scandal and the blazing firestorm over Newsweek’s blatantly sexist Michele Bachmann cover last Monday.

But no. Instead, Editor Toby Darden posted this Bachmann pornographic fantasy he shot himself in a two-fer piece on the Ames Straw Poll and the Iowa State Fair. Beyond the clip above which concludes Toby Harnden’s blog post, I don’t think the outrageous photo (embellished with what reads like a leering guy, far left) or the “foot long” caption reference needs any more elaboration than a call for Mr. Harnden to be fired.

It’s time for the click-hungry media, when it comes to the sexist depiction of women, to clean up its act.

(photo: Toby Darden)

  • glenn

    Oh, no she di’n't!

    Yes it was a terrible decision for him to publish the photo, but geez, she should have known better!

    And you might as well also run the photo of Rick Santorum eating an ice cream cone in the same manner.

    Both of them, having made homophobia such a keystone of their campaigns, should know better than to be photographed in a way that associates them with oral sex – but they are either clueless or totally lack self-awareness. It’s hilarious!

    • Pastafarian

      Eating a corn dog is the same as oral sex?

      Man, that explains a LOT about Iowa. 

  • Anonymous

    Funny thing is that sausage is not nearly the strangest thing to come out of candidate Bachmann’s mouth. Oh the travails of the modern campaign trail where an everyday activity captured from a privileged perspective has the potential to torpedo a presidential campaign. Wasn’t Iowa the setting for the infamous Dean Scream?

    • Charles D

      Dean’s scream was the first thing that came to mind once I read people crying about the iniquity of publishing the corndog photo.  The news networks ran the Dean clip every 3 minutes for days afterward.  Boo hoo, Bachmann supporters.

  • http://www.serr8d.blogspot.com/ Serr8d
    • glenn

      I’m sure you have a special folder you keep things like that in.

      But like a stopped clock, for once Serr8d is right – the traditional political campaign act of attending public events and eating popular food is rife with public-relations danger. Whether it’s visual, like these photos, or nonsensical, like the Kerry vs. Bush war over Philly cheesesteaks.

      You’d think that candidates’ advisers would train their charges how to eat fair food. Those fried turkey drumsticks are probably pretty dangerous, too. I imagine lengthy tactical meetings among the team prior to the fair appearance.

      Maybe some hot-shot consultants can start a business, training political candidates how to eat popular street food without looking foolish.

  • no_sausage_for_me

    It’s an awful image, inferred sex act or not. At the same time, she *is* what we call a ‘public figure’, so she’s subject to the image-making crapshoot. 

    I have a similar photo of my sister, taken about 30 Christmases ago, about to chow down on a forkful of turkey. There’s one such in every album … My main concern? — the thing she is eating: a deep-fried, battered sausage. Yeugh! 

  • Scott Rose

    Congresswoman Bachmann agrees with the “don’t say gay” policy of the Anoka-Hennepin School District, which is in her congressional district.  A student there was silenced and prevented from continuing a class presentation there after saying that gay people were victims of the Holocaust.  And you are worried that Bachmann has been photographed with a corndog in her mouth.

  • tinwoman

    I’m sorry, I laughed.  Now I must scrub my brain with bleach to atone.

    But seriously, the press doesn’t do this ONLY to women.  A popular photo of Obama is one of him riding one of his daughters little girly bikes, a very mocking and emasculating photo of what should ahve been a nice fatherly moment.

    I’m curious as to why you think every negative photo of a female candidate is sexist.  Is there any shortage of unflattering photos of male candidates?

  • Momly

    This is going to get a lot of mileage in the add a caption contests all over the internet. Heh.

    As to whether the guy should be fired, hell no! She chose to eat that thing in public and the fact that she looks to be fellating it is beside the point. She wants to be POTUS; considering the crap Obama and Bush and Clinton put up with, if she can’t take this, she can’t be POTUS. SEXIST? Hardly.

    • glenn

      It’s time for the click-hungry media, when it comes to the sexist depiction of women, to clean up its act.

      Oh fer chrissakes. “Click-hungry media” my aunt fanny.

      I’m with Momly. This wasn’t an errant shot by a paparazzi.  The whole Iowa State Fair was a photo-op for the candidates. Their entire purpose for being there was to have their pictures taken eating bizarre food. If Bachmann didn’t want a picture of herself deep-throating a corn-dog on the front page, she shouldn’t have deep-throated a corn dog in front of a phalanx of cameras.

  • Telegraphsucks

    its not just that she is eating the corn dog that makes it a TERRIBLE picture

  • http://profiles.google.com/thomasgokey Thomas Gokey

    I have to agree with you here. This isn’t about defending Bachmann (who could?), it’s about defending women politicians.

    • omen

      are women helpless children who need defending? a smart woman candidate would know better than to set herself up like this.

      what was she thinking? did she think this would make her look like one of the guys? was she signaling she was equipped for the rough and tumble of politics and not a dainty priss? or did she want this image to go out so that she can then turn around and complain in order to play the victim card?

      to quote tina fey playing sarah palin “I just hope the lamestream media won’t twist my words by repeating them verbatim.”

      is it gotcha politics for photogs to document bachmann pandering for votes? as they would for any other male candidate. media swarms onto any image that makes a candidate look ridiculous. wanting to coddle women and treat them with kid gloves (protecting them from their own missteps) when one wouldn’t do so for male candidates is a double standard. i consider that unequal treatment sexist.

      i can’t get over how she waited for her husband to eat first. is that in the bible too? sheesh.

    • Jake

      I agree with Omen.

      Defenseless politicians? Please… Who’s the naive one?

    • http://twitter.com/JoeBobLee JoeBob Scruggs

      Oh shut up. If this gross pic doesn’t turn away the masturbating wing (83%) of the Teabaggers, then they have even deeper problems than even JoeBob can imagine.

  • Anonymous

    pfft…grow a pair.  Bachman was just clarifying her “submissive” wives comments from earlier in the week and also revealing her secret to her political success!

  • JoePlummer

    Awesome food, great picture!

  • Tanner

    Haha. This woman is a looney toon … it is terrifying that she’s the gop front runner, she’s a bible thumping nut job I’m glad this ran. She needs to be seen in a humorous light, after all she’s the biggest joke since Palin – a walking punchline. If she wind the gop nomination obama or another democrat will take the house with ease.

    • Tanner

      Wins* . Stupid autocorrect.

    • Tanner

      Wins* . Stupid autocorrect.

    • Anonymous

      Ahhh, another Moonbat scared to death of a smart powerful conservative woman because deep down you know she is a much better person than you.

  • Tanner

    Haha. This woman is a looney toon … it is terrifying that she’s the gop front runner, she’s a bible thumping nut job I’m glad this ran. She needs to be seen in a humorous light, after all she’s the biggest joke since Palin – a walking punchline. If she wind the gop nomination obama or another democrat will take the house with ease.

  • Anonymous

    This kinda sinks to a new low.
    I don’t agree with one thing she says but really-
    this is really bad journalism.

    • http://twitter.com/JoeBobLee JoeBob Scruggs

      Tough. She is hideous and this makes her hideousness abundantly obvious. Ugh! What a pig.

    • Jake

      Oh stop. She knew what she was doing.

    • Jake

      And she anticipated press reaction

  • Thomas

    I don’t know if I buy that the photo or the editorial decision to run it is sexist per se, at least insofar as the shot would read similarly if not exactly the same if the politician were male. Also the same irrespective of race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and so on. I mean, really. I can’t think of a single social position for which this shot would not be a mockery to it’s occupant.

    Mr. Harnden ought to be fired for using the journalist’s position to gratuitously insult a person’s dignity. It can be excused—along the lines of She deserves it because she’s a dingbat, or All politicians should expect this and worse, or Lighten up it’s just a joke, or any other conveniently fatuous line of reasoning—only if it originates anywhere other than the auspices of journalism; even the lowest grade definition of unprofessional journalism excludes gratuitous insults. That’s something else. And that’s where Harnden belongs. And he should keep this piece in his portfolio to let every prospective employer know exactly where he’s coming from.

  • Sheilazacharie

    Hahahahahah lol
    She and her not so manly husband are just strange, stranger, and the strangest people I have ever seen that want to be president of the USA. That photo should be embarasing forever for her…but it won’t she has no shame.If she did she would leave her less than manly husband at home.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, I see what you mean.  Being foster parents to 23+ kids makes them very strange people in this day and age as most folks don’t care about anyone but themselves.

      Funny how Moonbat haters like you can do nothing but insult.

       

  • Photog

    Its a photographic reality in a public place. Not photoshopped. If she and her stupid media staff choose to expose, pardon the pun, themselves to this “double entendre” then its their own damn fault. She could have chosen to eat any other Iowa deep fried food and avoided this faux pas. Attention candidates Rep & Dem: CAMERAS ARE EVERYWHERE in public and the First Amendment trumps all of your excuses.

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  • http://www.bagnewsnotes.com Michael Shaw

    Interesting to read that comments that suggest this was Bachmann’s fault, saying that she, and other candidates, should know there are cameras all around them at the Fair, and should also know enough not to be shot in a way that makes them look like they are fellating a “foot long.” I believe that’s a naive argument. As the only women in the race, and one who just got hammered the past week for being bug-eyed (read: hysterical female), a picture of Romney or T-Paw in the same pose would not play the same way — and the Telegraph knows it. Personally, I think Bachmann and her politics are both deeply flawed. Photos and photo editors (and, in this case, a sophomoric mainstream media blogger) thinking no more deeply than the “Porky’s” script, however, are not going to help us see any real expression, and help us think about actual flaws. Instead, a photo like this is going to do one of two things — stoke up sympathetic anger from Bachmann’s supporters or generate cheap laughs (or quiet embarrassment) from everyone else.  The visual sphere needs to be held to a higher standard.

    • tinwoman

      well said, well said.  Where are those 23 pregnant unwed girls she took in over the years anyway?

    • glenn

      Michael, I for one was not saying “she should have known there were cameras” – I am saying that the entire purpose of her trip to the fair was a photo opportunity. Not only did she “know there were cameras,” she was there expressly to have her photo taken!!! And she didn’t choose the corndog because she happened to be hungry for one for lunch, she chose the corndog – like she probably also chose a turkey leg, a funnel cake, and some cotton candy – because SHE WANTED TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED WITH IT. All the candidates did did. That’s why they were there!!!

      Some politician knowingly goes on a traditional photo-op, poses for a photo using a prop of her own choosing and it gets published. And you’re upset with the photographer.

      Do you think the photo editor should have looked at the galleys and decided to publish a different photo? Maybe licking an ice cream cone? Do you think the photo editor should have decided not to show them, in order to protect the little lady from impropriety?

    • Marie

      I’ve been waiting to see visuals that conveys her flaws more deeply and accurately, but instead, we’ve been getting these cheap shots. I want to see something that accurately shows off her intolerance and hatefulness on top of her “Mom-ness.” Is looking “goofy” really the closest one can get to it?  Or as Jon Stewart chastised Newsweek last week (paraphrased), why use her face to show how crazy she is, when you could use her words?  So what is the visual equivalent to her words? 

    • Marie

      I’ve been waiting to see visuals that conveys her flaws more deeply and accurately, but instead, we’ve been getting these cheap shots. I want to see something that accurately shows off her intolerance and hatefulness on top of her “Mom-ness.” Is looking “goofy” really the closest one can get to it?  Or as Jon Stewart chastised Newsweek last week (paraphrased), why use her face to show how crazy she is, when you could use her words?  So what is the visual equivalent to her words? 

    • Jake

      And yet your repost of the photo got picked up by Huffington Post and made accessible to how many more?

      Who’s zooming who?

  • Jake

    And yet you chose to repost the photo.

    Perhaps it’s a disingenuous ploy to once again point out that the “lamestream” media has an agenda to depict everyday religious extremists as out of the mainstream.

  • LanceThruster

    I believe it was comic Marsha Warfield who did a bit where she said, “Ladies, it doesn’t matter how dainty or refined you try to be…when you eat a hot dog, you look like a whore.”

    I’ve also see images of Rush Limbaugh lipping a stogie that are quite suggestive.

    Scratch your nose at the wrong angle and it would appear you’re gold mining.

    Once these images are out there, they’re generally used to hurt or help depending on the agenda. The profit motive is always a “help” agenda.

    • Pastafarian

      So what does a man eating a hot dog look like?

  • granolafication

    pictures of people putting food in their mouths are generally not flattering. Try it out sometime with your friends. Whether they’re eating salad with a fork or chicken wings with their hands, the act of chomping down chow is not usually photogenic. In a situation like this the photographer has absolute control over how the subject looks when eating.

    “Ha ha corn dogs look like penises so let’s make it look like this lady is about to perform fellatio on a sausage hurr durr” click.

    It’s bad journalism and food for internet trolls who have probably had lots of fun with Photoshop and this picture already.

    • Marie

      And this is why the British royal family has a policy of not eating in public, or not being photographed eating in public, I forget which. Hard to maintain your dignity while maneuvering food. And we have social taboos against messing with (or even grooming) our orifices in public. No public nose or teeth picking, no butt scratching, no public sex, and for heaven sakes, don’t show off your tongue for any reason. 

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  • T Perky

    I think the more important picture is the one of her “husband” going down on a doggie. 

  • http://twitter.com/JoeBobLee JoeBob Scruggs

    Does all y’all Republitards think THIS is sexy?  What’s it like to masturbate to this mess?

  • Scott Rose

    Michele Bachmann is a hateful idiot, and so are those who vote for her.  Over the weekend, she said she would reinstate Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.  Why did she say that?  What does she mean to imply with that statement?  That the national security is compromised by out gay service personnel?  She always praising Israel – does she not realize its military has out gay soldiers?   Does she really think that the Joint Chief of Staff didn’t do an adequate job when “ceritifying” that out gay soldiers in the US military would not compromise national security.  The appearance is that Bachmann is just running her mouth while hate-mongering against gay people. 

  • http://twitter.com/BernardAfram BernardAfram

    What a sight!!! Bachman fellating a corn dog??? http://www.bagnewsnotes.com/2011/08/bachmann-sex-act-with-corn-dog-telegraph-editor-should-be-fired/

  • Gasho

    Check out the dude in the shot.. smiling that knowing yet unbelieving smile.. he seems to be thinking “I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE’S DOING THAT !!!”  

    You’ll notice he’s in the extreme LOWER LEFT.  

    ‘nuf said.

  • Tommy Two-Shoes

    Mr. Shaw, can you pinpoint the exact moment you became a crybaby?

  • Anonymous

    Sexist my butt.  If  guy ate a corn dog that way he’d get the same thing…

  • frank

    Looks like Bachmann has blown the………………………Election!

  • tinwoman

    This link:

    http://rudepundit.blogspot.com/

    The Rude One says what you’re all thinking.

    • omen

      i wish the photo of the husband had been run alongside the one of michelle just because it completes the story but i’m not sure it changes the impact of the one above.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_64HBD3RFTRZIHQQ7UVJSQTV6CY Gary

    This clown who calls herself a politician posed for the shot.  Now tell me who should be fired?

  • danitosupreme
    • Jake

      To be fair, “everyone” is not running for President of the United States and does not reasonably expect that their presence at a political photo op will be tracked.

  • Pastafarian
  • Jake

    Here’s a thought: don’t view the image as something she’s putting into her mouth, view it as something she’s pulling out of her rhetoric.

  • Guest

    Politics on a stick: http://goo.gl/kivxA

  • CathyMac

    What a terrible photo. I will never, never eat a corn dog in public ever again.

  • Zoeypurrs

    I thought it was a harmless shot.  It’s what people make it out to be.  Stop thinking sexual thoughts, she’s a candidate yes but still just a woman eating a corn dog.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_A365KJRJ7TYPCUV7USPYZOHVVQ Jim

    Marcus had to show her how?

  • Realist

    I can’t wait for a Michelle Bachmann sex scandal! hahahaha! 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EHC26GB2273FQ6434MJUGVXSW4 Joe blow

    SWALLOW

  • Wonderwho

    Great photo

  • Justsaying

    Why do liberals hate Michelle Bachman so much? You know….she didn’t say it was wrong to be a homosexual…..GOD did!

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  • glenn

    Funny how Moonbat haters like you can do nothing but insult.

    No sense of self-awareness at all!

  • tinwoman

    She fostered 23 kids because like most Christianists she’s on a mission to convert the world to her way of thinking.  She and her husband and his “cure the gays” clinic.  These people should scare the crap out of you, James.

  • IrishDave3

    Of course ALL 23 were girls…what are the odds…and not one was home-schooled, unlike her biological offspring.   hmmm

  • tinwoman

    you were saying something up above about not having anything to say but just insulting people?

  • Lenox

    Wikipedia: ‘In September 2006, William Safire said that “The prevailing put-down of right-wing bloggers is wingnuts; this has recently been countered by the vilification of left-wing partisans who use the Web as moonbats…”‘. Sorry, first time I’d come across this. 

  • Anonymous

    This dude is LOVIN’ the web isn’t he?  Nearly 330 posts online in forums just like this one.  Incredible. If you click on my name up there, you’ll see I’ve made 9 comments. (6 of them on my own website commenting system) I don’t often comment on anything political because ultimately it’s not worth anyone’s time and no one cares to hear anyone else’s opinion, mine least of all I’m sure … that whole belief perseverance theory sees to that. (Wiki Confirmation Bias if you don’t know what the bpt is).  However in this instance I felt inclined because it truly was funny.

    Perhaps this woman (and it just so happens she IS a woman, that’s nothing to do with why I think she’s nuts) is a good person, I wouldn’t know.  I don’t think she’s a joke or a toon as a person, I think she’s a joke as a leader of a country.  I wouldn’t vote for anyone who wanted to make the bible MORE of a part of society than it already is.  She might be a fine person, an okay mother, and a decent member of the HOR but she’s a religious zealot and has no place in Government … remember that whole separation of church and state thing?

    That’s why I think she’s a joke, or anyone like her for that matter.  You can run your life based on your opinions and beliefs, but you shouldn’t run a country based on them … because then your’e just forcing your belief structure (be it theistic or not) on everyone else.  A country should be run by science, mathematics, and statistics it should be operated in a way where what’s BEST is what prevails, not what you can get enough people riled up about.  We don’t need a Patriot or an evangelical Christian in the oval office, we need a Atheist scientist. 

    And that’s why I’ve only made 9 posts on the interwebz about politics … because it’s all bull and the people who fervently debate right vs. left are just a bunch of disconnected puppets arguing about gay rights and abortions, or immigrants and terrorism, instead of what we’re going to do to evolve.  We need a president that believes in the psychological evolution of the human species, not opinion based morality and ethics.

    It shouldn’t be Bachmann, it shouldn’t be Obama, it shouldn’t be anyone I see in the runnings … all you Patriots are struggling to save a country that your leaders don’t even care about.  Conservative, Liberal, whatever … they don’t care about bettering the system they care about keeping it the same.  If the system changes then they become less socially relevant.  Who wants that?  Not them, they’re rich, they’re comfortable and happy. 

    It’s like the energy crisis thing you know?  Oil companies buy up patents of awesome alt energies because they know that if alternative energies come to fruition then oil will become socially irrelevant, which would in turn make them socially irrelevant, which would make them not quite so wealthy.  They need time to evolve so they’re at the top of the game when alt energy goes mainstream, they have to control the next wave of power source because they want to remain relevant and by extension, wealthy.  Politics are the same way – lies and games until the chess pieces can be put in the proper places and the machine cogs can keep spinning.  Conspiracy?  Nope.  Business model?  Yes.

    Anyway James, have a good time battling the libs, or whatever you do with your stereotypical “Don’t Tread on Me” patriotism … eyes shut and mouth wide the fuck open.  Keep on keepin’ on bro.

  • http://www.bagnewsnotes.com Michael Shaw

    Glenn. Let’s focus a little more accurately on the context. This picture was not taken by a photojournalist. It was snapped by the guy who wrote the blog post. And, the way he wrote it, with reference to “foot long” in the photo, again in the caption, and again in the closing paragraph, the sign off not on the campaign but solely focusing on MB “chomping down,” this is a hatchet job. 

    I hate being so descriptive, but let’s look at the picture again. It’s not just a photo of Bachmann eating a corn dog, as if it’s any picture of Bachmann eating a corn dog, which is where you’re coming from. The guy with what reads like a leer; the photo catching her as if she’s doing a deep-throat number; the shape of the thing; Bachmann’s other hand coming over, as if to assist and emphasize a lack of balance and control (which has otherwise been absolute), but mostly … the eyes closed, as if rolling back in her head, or at least, enrapt. Look, no self-respecting photog would have filed such an “out-of-it pic” with Bachman’s eyes closed like that. All these elements are evidence of Mr. Darnden going for the slam-bam. I’ve never written a post like this before and I almost didn’t write it at all, except that I’ve never saw something so sexually suggestive in a political article or post. I don’t believe that’s for anything I’m reading in, so much as it’s based on all of Mr. Darnden (non-photojournalistic) Fair fixins. 

  • http://www.bagnewsnotes.com Michael Shaw

    Glenn. Let’s focus a little more accurately on the context. This picture was not taken by a photojournalist. It was snapped by the guy who wrote the blog post. And, the way he wrote it, with reference to “foot long” in the photo, again in the caption, and again in the closing paragraph, the sign off not on the campaign but solely focusing on MB “chomping down,” this is a hatchet job. 

    I hate being so descriptive, but let’s look at the picture again. It’s not just a photo of Bachmann eating a corn dog, as if it’s any picture of Bachmann eating a corn dog, which is where you’re coming from. The guy with what reads like a leer; the photo catching her as if she’s doing a deep-throat number; the shape of the thing; Bachmann’s other hand coming over, as if to assist and emphasize a lack of balance and control (which has otherwise been absolute), but mostly … the eyes closed, as if rolling back in her head, or at least, enrapt. Look, no self-respecting photog would have filed such an “out-of-it pic” with Bachman’s eyes closed like that. All these elements are evidence of Mr. Darnden going for the slam-bam. I’ve never written a post like this before and I almost didn’t write it at all, except that I’ve never saw something so sexually suggestive in a political article or post. I don’t believe that’s for anything I’m reading in, so much as it’s based on all of Mr. Darnden (non-photojournalistic) Fair fixins. 

  • Pastafarian

    I get the impression that you don’t know what “deep throating” is. 

    For starters, it’s deep in the throat. 

  • Pastafarian

    James is a wholly fabricated product of Russo Marsh & Rogers, tanner.

    http://www.prwatch.org/node/9012

  • Pastafarian

    Marie, you are my hero of the day.

    You have hit on exactly the issue. It’s the same issue where people call politicians by the C word–you know, the one referring to a woman’s body part, and that’s somehow the worst thing you can call someone.

    But if you call them “bankster” or “speculator” or “corporate parasite,” that just doesn’t have the same ring. 

    The visual media flog these images because they have a power that words do not, particularly for people whose verbal brain centers aren’t very well developed. I agree with you, why not show a photo of her being intolerant? Because that is a matter of behavior and expression of the verbal sort. Not behavior and expression of the visual sort. Since most bloggers lack the verbal capacity to do this deeper thinking and expression, they rely on cheap shots. 

    It probably gets them more eyeballs anyway. Sigh. 

  • glenn

    I guess you’d know.

  • omen

    how many people bother to read the accompanying column from the telegraph? do they see the image and pick up on the insult right away? or did they need to read the column first in order to be offended?

    most people seeing this image pick up on how salacious this image is right away without having to read anything else. she didn’t need help to make it more insulting. she did that all by herself.

  • Anonymous

    Should everyone in her vicinity have averted their eyes too?

  • LanceThruster

    Like I said, it looks like Rush Limbaugh slobbering a stogie. Which reminds me of another joke.

    Q: What’s the difference bewtween Rush Limbaugh and the Hindenburg?

    A: One’s a fat, bloated Nazi gasbag and the other’s the Hindenburg.

    I think that the reason that it is not as immediately as suggestive with men as it is far more common to see them stuffing their pieholes with every manner of edible at a rapacious rate (look at any Carl’s Jr. ad – even before “Idiocracy”).

  • Pastafarian

    That was very clever, glenn. Your corn dog must be about the size of a Vienna sausage if you come to a site like BagNews and that’s all you have to offer.

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