Monday, November 11, 2013

Tea Partying All Night Long


















25 comments:

  1. Just be sure you don't use any big words that she can't sound out.

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  2. The Tea Party. It all sounds so quaint and lovely until BAM racism in your face!

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  3. Ha ha! "Forced gay marriage" is hilarious. I wish that was true. It would make people realize how dumb the very notion of opposing happiness is. I love tea. It makes me angry that these misguided, tubby racists have tainted the word.

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  4. Also, you might want to find out the definition of tea-bagging, just so you don't claim that. Unless you support that, I'm so not judging you on that.

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    1. Lol i know that one already! *puffs up chest with pride*

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  5. If the Tea Party was actually all about tea parties I would consider joining.

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    1. I'm all for legit tea parties. They serve crumpets at these, right?

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  6. Ugh, fine, but can I at least choose the man I'm going to marry, most likely against his will seeing as he'll likely be gloriously famous and want nothing to do with a mediocre, default-avatar-looking man such as I?

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  7. But I just joined the Tea Party the other day because they promised me Earl Grey and scones. Are you saying that they lied?

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  8. I love tea. I'll tea party with you any time. Ok, that just sounds weird. You know what I mean.

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  9. But if we have forced gay marriage, then soon people will be forced to marry their kids and their pets and their rocks, right? I mean, it's just pure tea party science.*

    *Not guaranteed to be any actual form of science

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  10. I believe they also practice target shooting with puppies and eat children.

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  11. The Hurricane has tea parties, too. She also ran in a well-known race in San Francisco. Many of the people wear costumes or run naked. She didn't have time to get a costumer together, but she could have run as a tea party member if she looked angry enough. I think you and The Hurricane could be friends. She's 27. Would you like me to call your mommy to set up a play date?

    Love,
    Janie

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  12. Actually its not Ms Bachmann, its Mrs Bachmann. And your impression of the Tea Party seems to have come from Jon Stewart because it's slightly off. Although to be fair its sort of similar to my impression of the Code Pink group, or whatever they're calling themselves now that they've pushed red off on the Republicans to distance themselves from communism. Not that the Republican leadership seems to have the slightest idea what communism is or why their political opponents deemed it necessary to distance themselves from it prior to the election of 2008 or anything.

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    1. Well to be picky, I know Michele Bachmann is married but I opted for the marriage-neutral "Ms" because I don't like how women's titles (mrs for married and miss for not married) depend on their relationship to a man. It's an unfortunate thing that people now think Ms means divorced or not married - IT'S MARRIAGE NEUTRAL! So Ms. Backmann is totally correct. Also it sounded better in my head.

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    2. Um, bachmann, not "backmann." Goddamnit.

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    3. I, too, would go with Ms. I HATE it when people call me Mrs. Junebug.

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  13. Wait.... They don't throw teaparties?!? How is that even possible? Tea parties are the BEST!

    TINY SANDWICHES FOR EVERYONE!!!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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  14. If I'm forced into a gay marriage I call dibs on Joseph Gordon Levitt.

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  15. I would join any organisation, and I means ANY if it meant Tea Parties were on my day to day agenda x

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  16. Tea Party and Tea Bagging. All the same. Pretty much those people all do the same thing right? After all, aren't they call Tea Baggers?

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