Tuesday, May 1

Grandma’s On The Kardashians

What a hoot I got watching these 3 Grandma's while they're watching the Ray-J and Kim Kardashian sex tape. These gals have some surprising comments to make! Comments like; “What’s taking him so long, he’s so young?” I split a gut watching this!

Watch the looks on their faces as these “hip” ladies dissect the Kardashian sex tape. Priceless!

From YouTube: The ladies talk about the Kardashians over dinner and curiosity gets the better of them. Forget about food, they grab a computer and watch the tape.


These gals are sharp!


My grandma has passed, but she was very traditional and religious even teaching Sunday School. Needless to say she never knew any man but my grandpa. They were married until death parted them. My grandma never knew anything about “sex tapes” god bless her soul!

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14 comments:

  1. jervaise brooke hamster5/01/2012 04:12:00 PM

    Bekkie, i actually think that the 20th century will always be remembered by future historians as "THE TIME OF SEXUAL REPRESSION", i just wondered if you agreed ?.

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  2. For sure JBH! It's like they were "innocents" huh? They also lived in slower simpler times. Sometimes I wonder (if I had a choice) which century I would of choose to live in.

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  3. jervaise brooke hamster5/02/2012 11:53:00 AM

    Dont you think that makes a total nonsense of "so-called" morality ?. For instance, why should we have to waste our time being "supposedly" offended by things that people 30 years from now wont be offended by in the least ? !, i`d really like to hear your opinion on that Bekkie.

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    1. Well I think you are right. Not only will people in the future not be offended but the strict laws we have now (gay marriage, pot smoking, ect.) will be laughed at if even cared about in the future. I'm wondering if you could choose, would you like to have been born in the future, sometime in the past, or are you happy with now?

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  4. jervaise brooke hamster5/03/2012 02:31:00 PM

    The future Bekkie, no question about it, when "THE TIME OF SEXUAL REPRESSION" will be over forever.

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    1. It depends on how you lived your life when it comes to "Sexual Repression." I had a great sex life and never let anyone tell me what I could or couldn't do but I won't talk about these things in detail publicly. It's not that I feel repressed sexually I just think my sex life (although it was great fun) isn't other people's business. I may share my sex life with certain people but this isn't the place for sure. Would you call that "Sexual Repression?"

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  5. jervaise brooke hamster5/03/2012 02:36:00 PM

    I like that old cartoon bird dancing, she reminds me of Granny from the Looney Tunes cartoons, Yosemite Sam used to really fancy that bird ! ! !.

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  6. I think I'd like to live in the past when people rode horses and had farms. I'm just that kind of girl I guess, but I can see your reason for wanting to live in the future.
    Yeah, that granny looks like the one who protected Tweety-Bird from Sylvester the puddy cat to me. TGIF my friend!

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  7. jervaise brooke hamster5/05/2012 05:20:00 PM

    Bekkie, which version of Alice in Wonderland do you prefer: The latest Tim Burton version or Walt Disneys 1951 version ?.

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    1. Neither. The latest version of the AIW movie was suppose to be based on the "American McGee Alice" video game. Sarah Michelle Gellar was to be Alice and Wes Craven was to be the producer. It was suppose to be released March 5th 2010 and it was to have Alice hacking characters up with her vorpal blade and be quite different and bloody. The Cheshire Cat was a boney cat with dirty teeth and the other characters had new similar looks like the video game. The movie was plagued with problems from the start. The Studio wanted an Alice movie based on the very popular American McGee Alice video game and weren't getting the results they had wished for out of Wes Craven. They also wanted to incorporate both of Lewis Carroll's books, Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass And What Alice Found There in the movie and the first screenplay was flawed. Then Gellar was committed to the project but lost it to a younger actress Mia Wasikoswska.The movie was never finished. In the mean time the studio gave up on the movie and Disney took over the movie, hired Tim Burton to produce it and changed the script completely giving us the lastest AIW movie. Alot of fans of the video game like me were unhappy but such is life. I hope one day someone makes the movie based on American McGees Alice but I'm not holding my breath. Which one do you like?

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  8. jervaise brooke hamster5/07/2012 01:35:00 AM

    I think the 1951 Walt Disney version is the definitive one but i also like Jan Svankmajers bizarre 1987 surrealist version as well. I`d never heard of the American McGees Alice video game or the proposed movie but they both look pretty interesting

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    1. Did you see the Super Moon? It was awesome!

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  9. jervaise brooke hamster5/08/2012 12:28:00 PM

    Yes, it was pretty astonishing.

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    1. I got some pictures of it that evening that I mean to post sooner than later.

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