Found blog: The Piehole

Date:November 2, 2005 / year-entry #334
Tags:non-computer
Orig Link:https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnewthing/20051102-49/?p=33493
Comments:    8
Summary:I have no idea who this person is, but she's all attitude all the time. Like this entry from October 18, 2005 when Jennifer was recovering from a foot injury: Men love a girl who can't run away quickly I got "wooey!"-ed by a garbage man on my way back to the office from lunch...

I have no idea who this person is, but she's all attitude all the time. Like this entry from October 18, 2005 when Jennifer was recovering from a foot injury:

Men love a girl who can't run away quickly

I got "wooey!"-ed by a garbage man on my way back to the office from lunch today... Because I'm so HAWT hobbling down the street. He could not resist my hobbling! I am hobbleicious! Sssssssss! *

And just so you know, being followed down the street by a garbage truck with someone screaming "YEAH BABY!" and "what's your phone number?" is TOTALLY CLASSY!

* This is the sound of me sizzling!

It's the asterisk that's the icing on the cake.

From that web site's blogroll you can springboard to a whole new world of outrageous content. Like My Boyfriend is a Twat or Inappropriately Dressed.


Comments (8)
  1. K.T. says:

    Lol!

    Raymond = I just can’t believe you wrote "Tw@t" in your blog! I’ve re-read it 3 times to make sure (refreshing each time).

    Your karma rating with me has just gone through the roof!

    – I’m still blinking in disbelief!

    great stuff

  2. zed says:

    oh,doesn’t raymond usually use such obscene words ?

    i do apologise in that case.

    snigger.snort.chuckle.

  3. K.T, says:

    Please someone, please do provide a list of obscenities that Raymond has uttered…

    (In eager anticipation I have my childrens’ eyes covered)

  4. Alec S says:

    It’s not obscene in a lot of parts of the world, especially where it is not quite understood or equated with the North American counterpart which is generally taken to be quite obscene—specifically by women.

  5. Uhp whip'et lad says:

    Actually you’ll find it originated in England (Northern England) not North America.

  6. Dave says:

    Well, there’s a few hours of my life that I’ll never get back…

    Thanks for the links.

    :)

  7. Andy says:

    I’ve known Jennifer for a while now and she is quite possibly the funniest person you will ever meet. Her kid is hysterical too. I’ll let her know you linked her and maybe she’ll stop by and say hello.

  8. Jennifer says:

    The Famous Raymond Chen read Piehole?!? Ain’t I fancy now!

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