"ignore the story. see the soul. remember to love. you will never regret it" --- Seane Corn

"ignore the story. see the soul. remember to love. you will never regret it" --- Seane Corn
it's a jungle out there

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Vagina Dialogues

There's some very funny vaginal talk in blogland.

Nancy posted about a snatch off.

Unknown Mami joined in.

And Laura is always good for seeing the vagina in things.
In a post about BlogHer, she wrote
...but how much of a difference can one make with a cake and her vagina?
Sister Adrienne commented
Marie Antoinette made a helluva difference with cake and her vagina.

Vaginas make great blog fodder.

Me? There's nothing extraordinary or even special about my vagina.

Others may disagree.

But as far as I'm concerned... meh.

Having had c-sections, I've never experienced the POWER of my vagina.

She sure is powerful when it comes to boys, though.
I guess every girl's is...

But I must say, my vag is very reliable.

She never surprises me, never catches me off guard.
I know when she's going to cooperate, and I know when she will rebel.

We're tight like that


  1. Bwaahahaha, 'we're tight like that'. I found great humor in 'tight'. Because I'm about 12 when it comes to maturity.

  2. May I just say that I love Sister Adrienne.
    And I love you. Vags unite!

  3. I had three c-sections and like to boast that I have the vagina of a sixteen year old. I don't have many takers, though, for that.

  4. I had a fistula and my ob told me he would "fix me up tight for my husband."

    What kind of paternal bullshit is that?

    I got a new OB. I really liked her.

    Thanks for the shout-out.

  5. I had no idea I had so much good company in the C-section area. Er... something like that.

  6. Oooh. Damn. Now I'm going to have to do a post about my vagina and embarrass the hell out of my kids. Darn you, Michelle!

  7. Bah!!!

    Mine is so powerful it shot a 9.9 pound baby out with such force the doctor had to duck lest she get hit in the head with slimy newborn goo.


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