- This is the End
- The End of Absolute Sexual Morality
- The Development of Sex, Marriage, and Nature in Christian Thought
- The Pope’s Subversive Encyclical?
- Compensating for Care of the Family
- Vagrant Story
- The Finest School
- Liberty as Domination
- Virtue and Sexism in Purity Culture
- Questioning Faith
- Should I Desire That You All Follow My Religion?
- Deconstructing the Afterlife
- Assessing God’s Authorities
- Roger Ebert, R.I.P.
- To Fail as a Son
I would have pointed out that it would be challenging to find pants that would fit, were he so built.
Perhaps “sagging” would work?
That’s not going to work… how about this? I have no idea how to embed…
(on the youtube page, under the video itself, there’s a “share” button… click it, and then you’ll see an “embed” button… click *THAT* and you’ll see some HTML code. Copy and paste it.)
Let’s try to keep this semi family-friendly, though.
I have always had a terrible time embedding videos. One of these days I’ll give it another shot.
The other morning, my son crawled into our bed on my side (I was already gone to work) and told my wife that he thought my side of the bed smelled like “fresh, hot men.”
Sounds like the underground backwards-time guys from Gandahar.
That’s one I haven’t seen. Any good?
I love when kids are awesome-creepy. Which is pretty much a daily occurrence here.
Indeed, Rose. I plan to make this a regular blogging theme. Fits nicely with “alterity,” I think.
When daughter #1 was a toddler, I once called her a chocolate monkey. She didn’t like that, and insisted that she was “a regular turtle with no arms and no legs and no head.”
Nevertheless, she’s turning out just fine as a teenager.
I call my son all sorts of silly names. He usually insists that I’m depicting him inaccurately. He can call himself Optimus Prime, but Cybertron forbid I call him that.
I can’t wait for my son to increase his vocabulary enough to say weird crap. Should I just start teaching his random, of the wall things to say?