By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

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  1. Nonsense, this looks like a perfectly fine group of intelligent and considerate friends our cannibalistic Julia Childs has invited over for a kiddie treat. Infact, I’ve seen some of these fine fellows before, somewhere, long ago. This seems like it’s going to be a grand and wonderful party.

    Oh my, how unfortunate, the guest of honor has gone AWOL and is off her meds. This just gets better and better.

  2. Oh sure, there can be an army of demons with countless “WINGS”, but it’s the “WANGS” (and…vaggies) that get all the press.

  3. While everyone is so busy worrying about the wings and the wangs and the vags, the Wolf is going to eat everybody!

      • I’m not sure — you might want to get in touch with your local chapter of NOW and get their input. They would probably be happy to clear up any confusion.

        If it helps at all, I am pretty sure that “camel toe” is used more to describe a condition — like “muffin top” — than as an actual anatomical reference.

  4. So, this is what it has come to; seeking anatomical definitions from a televison sitcom/soap opera? We, within the non compos mentis scienific medical theatre, consider ourselves above these vulgar expressions. We prefer the more clinical terminologies such as…well, actually, we don’t talk about “it” much. We leave that to the gynecologists. Especially when it comes to children’s books’ fantasy flesh-eating characters.

  5. What’s the appropriate wine for a Wild Thing to bring?

    And what’s with the Troll’s goat in bondage?

    What kind of party is this?

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