Colette Moody ponders the occupational anus, more commonly known as the Internet commenter. Who are they? And exactly what part of speech is “blarg!”?
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Oh, where did you go, Green Goddess salad dressing?
I don’t know that I’ve ever actually eaten Green Goddess salad dressing. I just know that when I Googled it, none of the ingredients were (or should be) green, unless you count parsley. Most recipes I found showed a picture of a white salad dressing… and I guess “White Goddess” sounds more like a brothel than a food item.
We had Green Goddess regularly at my home during the 70’s. I remember it being ranch-like. I wonder if GG evolved into Ranch.
Also, I’m a firm believer that “your mom’s ass” is an appropriate answer to just about any question.
That was all pretty fantastic, but the one phrase that really caught my attention was “bathe in the waters of the river douche”. I know some people who must apparently do that.
Yes, I have recorded a song on the radio by holding a cassette tape recorder up to the speaker. But I also had someone leave a note on my window for being a terrible parker. In my defense, my car has such a small footprint that a little crookedness offends the eyes but not the cars next to my spot.
Anyways… I strive daily to read no internet comments on news articles, YouTube videos, and crowded facebook memes, so that I can maintain my mental health.
Good call, Colette.
The world needs more people to say its not ok to being ignorant. One of my favorite podcasts for sure!
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