Archive for January, 2012

Pagan Humor LIII


* MM = Merry Meet*

Round shape for wheel of the year, cycle of seasons*

Skins are different colors, but the inside is the same chocolate, because we are all related.*

Associations with the colors: Red = South, Green = West, Dark Brown = North, Yellow = East, Orange = For the Solar God, Light Brown = For the Earth Mother (Copper Woman)

* Rotate the M & M: M = 13th letter of alphabet, and there are 13 witches in a coven

3 = Triple Goddess, three phases of moon W = Witchcraft, Wiccan E = Enlightenment, Enchantment of chocolate*

“Melt in your mouth, not in your hand”–God/dess’s love must be experienced directly to appreciate. Also, God/dess will take care of you.*

Sweetness to remind us of how sweet the love of the God and Goddess is!

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My sister’s baby is saving my life.


Dear European Traveler

I feel the same way… I just wanna jump on my motorbike and disappear into the sunset. Goodbye messed up family issues!


I don’t believe vaginismus is a medical problem. I think it’s much more likely that you are either sexually repressed from your religion (“sex is baaad” says the church) or you are so far in the closet you can’t find your way out.


I asked myself that same question… Why is it okay to kill a person but then people get so outraged when they are bullied.


I never trusted cops anyway.

I’m currently deployed in Afghanistan and my wife was at the bottom.. It brings a whole new feeling to the Sunday Secrets whenever I can feel like I’m back home, looking at them together. This secret made a lonely soldier that much more whole.
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Local {Police Cruiser} News XVII

— January 10 at 11:50 a.m. Bridgetown. An unlicensed ATV was seen driving on the sports fields at Bridgetown Regional High School. Charges were laid.
— January 11 at 9:42 a.m. Granville Ferry. An outdoor cat was reported missing and seen at the neighbour’s. The neighbour refused to return the cat. The matter is under investigation.
— January 11 at 11:26 p.m. Mount Hanley. A suspicious person was reported after dogs started barking. A patrol was made, but didn’t find anyone suspicious.
— January 12 at 1:54 p.m. Paradise. A suspicious person was reported in Paradise after footprints were seen around a home. No one has been identified.
— January 13 at 1:43 p.m. Granville Ferry. Suspicious activity was reported in Granville Ferry after footprints were seen around a vacant home.
— January 13 at 6:11 p.m. Granville Ferry. Police received a report of an unlicensed driver operating an unregistered vehicle.
— January 14 at 1:05 am. Lawrencetown. Police were called to investigate a break and enter in Lawrencetown.
— January 15 at 4:07 p.m. Clementsport. Police were called to investigate a break and enter at a Clementsport shed. Tools were stolen.
— January 15 at 8:51 p.m. Police were asked to assist an expectant family on route to the hospital.

Crimes, or information on crimes, can be reported to the Annapolis RCMP at 825-2000 in Middleton, or 665-4481 in Bridgetown. Information on crimes can also be reported to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


Today I worked up the nerve to ask my boss for a raise. He discussed it with the CEO and told me instead of the raise I had asked for, they were going to give me a promotion and a much bigger raise.

At the gas station my friend waved his hands at my gas tank, then looked at me and said “I guess ‘Expecto Petroleum’ isn’t a real spell.” I laughed so hard IMMD

I was playing Scrabble on Mom’s iPad, and got a significant jump ahead in points thanks to a well-placed letter. The next word the iPad came up with was “Dang”. That and winning the game by seven points MMD.

My toddler niece said the windshield wipers in the rain look like 2 ladies exercising. For years now, I cannot drive in the rain without a great big grin! IMM Rainy Days 4ever!

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Food For Thought

I was watching this video (WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE…LIKE ON STEROIDS STRONG)  and noticed some of the comments below. I believe the following person has a point.

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1 month
Let’s address the issue of why it’s okay for blacks to say whatever they want to say, about anything, and about any body regardless of how racist or hateful it is but if a white person does the same thing it can cost them their job and permanently destroy their reputation.

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Probably because the Mainstream media has been shoveling false white guilt down our throats since the late sixties. Also note how blacks are taught “black is beautiful” and are supposed to have racial pride but if whites do it it’s called racist. So by attempting to punish whites and reward blacks for past actions the liberal fucktards must adhere to “two wrongs make a right” flawed logic. Here’s a hot tip, how about no racism towards anyone, including whites.

Moygo’s Two Cents:
I’ve been saying the same thing for years! It really does appear that only Caucasian persons are not allowed to use certain words, phrases, expressions, etc. While peoples of other backgrounds are aloud to use these same words, phrases, etc.

It’s only equal rights if we are equal…

Martin Luther Kind Jr. Day

Pagan Humor LII

You may be a redneck pagan (Part 2)

  1. If you use a ‘Rhett and Scarlet kissing as Atlanta Burns behind them’ print as your Beltane fire ritual invitation…
  2. If your may pole is held upright in a spare tire….
  3. If all your circles are triangular because ya flat out refuse to call the North quarter…
  4. If your altar has ANY pictures, statues or crocheted dolls of Elvis…
  5. If your chalice is a Mason jar…
  6. If your tarot cards are baseball cards of the Atlanta Braves starting lineup…
  7. If for ritual cakes and ale, you serve Little Debbies and Budweiser…
  8. If You carry your ritual staff in your trucks gun rack….
  9. If The bell on your altar was once worn by a farm animal…
  10. If your altar cloth is camouflaged…

Post Secret LXXIII

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Jesus vs Religion

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