Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Together Again TMI

1. Who did you think you would marry in elementary school?
KAHUNA – I must say I have no idea. I do not even remember the names of the elementary schools I attended – I just know they were in Anchorage, Alaska, Arcadia California and Boise Idaho.
BABUSHKA – I cannot remember, either. If I had to venture to guess, I would probably say my father’s non-construction-season boss’ son. I grew up with him, and had a crush on him in junior and senior high. So, it probably started long before that!

2. Which Muppet is your favorite? Why?
KAHUNA – Statler and Waldorf -They are sarcastic curmudgeons (like me)
BABUSHKA – The chef! He was hileraous!

3. Which politician would you most like to screw? [For pleasure or revenge]
KAHUNA – Not sure if you mean literally or figuratively. In any event – Whether Elephant or Donkey they are all the same people (greedy, lying, selfish pricks) and none of them give one crap about you or the infamous ‘American People’.
BABUSHKA – None, thank you! I think it is one of those, someone should. . . just not me things!

4. How did you first find the g-spot?
KAHUNA – Through Babushka’s patience and understanding while I probed all over going “is that it…..is that it?”
BABUSHKA – Through Kahuna’s patience and understanding while he lorded around asking. . . “Is that it. . .” Trust me, he did not have to ask when he hit it! He knew!

5. What is the best costume you've ever worn?
KAHUNA – When I lived in Maui, I dressed one year as a Trivial Pursuit card listing six stupid questions that tourists ask while in Maui.
BABUSHKA – I was a hobo (male) one time! That was FUN! I drew on a mustache and wore my dad’s pants with a pillow in them and big red suspenders!

Bonus (as in optional): Does pornography liberate or deteriorate society?KAHUNA – Neither, in my opinion. Like anything else, pornography can be productive or destructive depending on the humans involved in making it and the humans involved in watching it. The inherent weaknesses and frailties within each of us are what deteriorate society as the inherent strengths and character within each of us liberates society.
BABUSHKA – Well said, my dear Kahuna!