You Put Your Left Foot In

…your mouth again, Chuck.

266 Comments on “You Put Your Left Foot In”

  1. Octopus says:

    Were the police firing into the building from the safe space outside, where they were cowering while the madman pumped bullets into little kids and their teachers? Is that your best theory, Fatass?

  2. rightymouse says:

    Fatso’s insights are so awesome, he’s still broke.
    Begging bowl:
    $13,599 raised of $20,000 goal
    Recent donations:
    2 mos
    Sherry Proctor
    2 mos

    Two months ago! 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      The Alexa Stats that I’ve been sourcing for years for Chuck’s traffic fails is no longer, so now I’ve been looking at Google Analytics. Not as good as Alexa because it doesn’t show actual traffic stats, only trends, but you can compare LGF with other sites for graph generation. Not adequate, so I’ll keep looking. WebWorth was kind fun for a while, but it’s inaccurate as a tracker.

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    • Bunk X says:

      Guy who trolled protestors at the NRA convention got them to sign petitions in support of the Firearms Policy Coalition. I’d seen the guy, didn’t know who he is, but he was one of the guest speakers at the convention. He’s also developing an AK-50. ICYMI, this video from The Mothership is fun:

      • rightymouse says:

        Very funny 😄!

      • Octopus says:

        The grabbers are SO well-informed! Impressive display of deadpan-mockery, here. I’ve been working on my straight-faced delivery of nonsense – it’s not easy for someone like me, who laughs at his own jokes all the time. 😂

  6. rightymouse says:

    Utterly clueless idiot. UGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😦

    • Octopus says:

      Spongebrain Shitspants, is my new favorite nic for this addled cretin. He never disappoints, does he?

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  9. rightymouse says:

    Avenatti gets 4 years for defrauding Stormy Daniels. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      He was a liberal savior once upon a time!!! 😆

      • Bunk X says:

        And according to CNN, “more TV-savvy means…” let’s peddle more shit.

        • rightymouse says:

          Fatso loved Avenatti and Anthony Weiner.

          • Octopus says:

            He still adores Weiner. I mean, he’s obsessed with Penis Penis Penis LOL!

          • Octopus says:

            Watching that video, all I could think of was that the groveling hacks praising this crooked shyster to the skies, and nominating for President, all sound…it’s not a nice word, and I try not to throw it around too much, but “retarded.”

          • rightymouse says:

          • rightymouse says:

            Tucker takes on Creepy Porn Lawyer.

          • Octopus says:

            Tucker took the Creepy Porn Lawyer to the woodshed. First time I watched it through, and I was very happy with his performance.

      • rightymouse says:

        Not ONE liberal ‘news’ person could see through Avenatti’s charade. Not ONE!

  10. Octopus says:

    She failed to answer the very simple question, but went on the attack instinctively, accusing the host of being Caucasian. What gives, Shawty? 😆

  11. Octopus says:

    Good morning! 😃🌞

  12. Octopus says:

    Sticking the landing, black swan style!

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  15. rightymouse says:

    I laughed. My bad. 😆

    • Octopus says:

      She’s out there moaning about free speech and women’s rights, after being convicted publicly of trying to frame a man (an asshole, but still a man) for a variety of nasty offenses, thereby destroying his career. A cynical person would probably say, “They richly deserved each other.” I am that cynical person.

      • rightymouse says:

        I dislike Depp as a person, but I loathe Heard even more. She’s pure scum.

        • Octopus says:

          Does seem that way. I remember when they first got together, somebody on one of the gossip sites who claimed to know her said, “She’s going to make him crazier than he already is, and take a lot of his money when she leaves.” She sure gave it the old dint-go-to-college try. 😆

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  18. poteen2 says:

    Well. That didn’t work

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  19. Abu says:


  20. Octopus says:

    I used to read this guy’s excellent essays whenever he posted one, which was sporadically. Now he seems to have stopped altogether. Wonder what he’s up to, now.

  21. rightymouse says:

    Perfect!! 😆

  22. rightymouse says:

    • rightymouse says:

      • Octopus says:

        Embarrassing state of affairs, for those of us who love this country. Just a putrid situation, currently.

        I’m going to drink strong craft beer and watch hockey tonight. I don’t normally root for Canadian teams, like Edmonton, but I NEVER root for Colorado. Go, Oilers!!

        Btw, hockey fans (Abu)…there’s an awesome hockey special coming up on ESPN:

        Yes, Political Me laffs at ESPN, and their idiotic politics that have damaged the brand grievously. I can counter that with my disgust for the CBC, who fired Don Cherry for being a salty truth-teller. Right now, I just need some real playoff hockey. Go, Oilers! (But if the Analmunch go up 3-0, it’s no real skin off my nose) Bring on the Finals hockey, where every pass is contested, and every goal or great save is epic.

        CBC opened their show tonight with this brilliant 90’s rocker, featuring Broadway-style counterpoint duet:

        • Octopus says:

          Oilers score immediately. Game popping off!

          • Octopus says:

            Painful outcome. Done with hockey now, until next season. 😆

          • Abu says:

            I also dislike Colorado but if they get to the finals against the Rangers,…. God I detest New York more.

            Good to see Tampa hold serve today. Top notch commentary from Chelios and Messier.

          • Octopus says:

            I thought the Lightning were done like dinner when they went down 2-0 in this game, already down 2-0 in the series. Nice comeback effort. I don’t want them to win a third-straight, but they aren’t quitting.

  23. rightymouse says:

  24. rightymouse says:

    Mmmmmmmm…unclear what Travis actually meant. 🙄

  25. Octopus says:

    Cats. 😂

  26. rightymouse says:


  27. rightymouse says:

  28. Octopus says:

    President Biden visits a remote Native American reservation. With news and camera crews following him around as they tour the place, the President asks the Indian chief if there is anything they need.

    “Well,” says the chief, “We have three very important needs. First, we have a medical clinic, but no doctor to run it.”

    Biden whips out his cellphone, dials a number, talks to somebody for two minutes, then hangs up. “I’ve pulled some strings. Your well-trained doctor will arrive in five days.” “Now what was the second problem?”

    “We have no way to get clean water. The local mining operation has poisoned the water our people have been drinking for hundreds of years. We’ve been flying bottled water in, but it’s terribly expensive.”

    Once again, Biden dials a number, yells into the phone for a few minutes, and then hangs up. “The mine has been shut down permanently per my orders, and the owner is being billed for setting up a water purification plant for your people.”

    “Now what was that third problem?” asks Biden.
    The chief stares at him and says, “We have no cellphone reception up here!”

  29. rightymouse says:

    • rightymouse says:

      • Octopus says:

        Kids need to learn about grooming and butt-sex from professional deviants at a young age, since they’re going to be transitioning themselves in a couple of years. Camp it up at the library, and send them to camp in the summer – Uncle Ernie’s Holiday Camp! There’s a song about it. 😂

        • rightymouse says:

          When I grew up in Thailand, I knew about katoeys, and there was one guy who dressed as a woman who would hang out on one particular street corner. We just didn’t make a big deal about it. When I was older I had gay friends who are still friends to this day & they’d roll their eyes at this crap. Both of them are ex-military.

          • Octopus says:

            We have lots of gay friends and family, and nobody who’s out there in drag trying to be around young children. One of my daughter’s best friends and college roommates was in the Broadway show, “Kinky Boots,” which is about drag queens. He made a pretty decent-looking gal, to be honest. By the time the show ended, he was glad to be done with it – said he was very tired of the crazy people in and around the show, including the rich old New York queens who came to too many shows and tried to pick up the actors. Showbiz! 😆

          • rightymouse says:

            I have gay relatives too. Only one has had lots of issues – relationship drama/attempted suicide/anorexia. I can check with her siblings, but I doubt even this gal would agree with child grooming.

  30. rightymouse says:


  31. rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      She usually does these antics naked, or close to. She has a good bod, and LOVES to show it off. I wonder who pays her bills? 🧐

  32. Octopus says:

    This is something to see. 😱😆

  33. Octopus says:

    Apparently, AOC can magically acquire the heritage of whichever crowd she’s currently preaching to! Liz Warren, aka Fauxcahontas, is a piker compared to her! Donkey-Chompers is Puerto Rican, Taino, Sephardic Jewish, Yoruban, African-American, Lakota Sioux, and Donkey. She truly is all things to all people! 😂

  34. rightymouse says:


  35. rightymouse says:

    Please tell me WHY Krugman is still taken seriously by leftists??

    • rightymouse says:

      • Octopus says:

        I have never seen Krugman be right before. Like Chonky, he has a streak of being wrong about EVERYTHING going back over a decade now. The Idiot Left loves him because everything he says is libturd-friendly, and anti-GOP. That’s it.

        • rightymouse says:

          But he’s WRONG about EVERYTHING like you say. Lib-turd friendly would be like me thinking RINOS like George Conway, Mitt Romney etc. actually made sense.

    • rightymouse says:

      I hope there is a good neurosurgeon at her hospital who can clear out the carotid arteries. Also stents.

      • rightymouse says:

        Her BP must have been through the roof. I check mine daily to make sure my meds are working and get my carotid arteries checked every year.

  36. rightymouse says:

    PRIDE!!! 🙄

    • Octopus says:

      He shows kids phone-pics of his mangina regularly, to help them feel more comfortable with their own fluid genders.

  37. rightymouse says:


  38. rightymouse says:

  39. rightymouse says:

    Biden is insane.

  40. rightymouse says:


  41. rightymouse says:


  42. rightymouse says:

    Imagine my surprise. 🙄

  43. rightymouse says:

    This woman is insane.

    • Octopus says:

      She is as certifiable as anyone I’ve seen on the ‘net in the last five years or so. How much you want to bet, that her peers in the HR/recruiter industry also find her creepy as Hell? They might even agree with her politically, but she is clearly a few sandwiches short of a picnic. 😱😂

      • rightymouse says:

        • Octopus says:

          Wow. It’s a good thing Chonky’s selling rumpswab at his Amazon store. There’s a burning need for this product.

          • Octopus says:

            That part where Trigglypuff gets winded after flapping her fat arms for ten seconds. 😂😂😂😂

        • rightymouse says:

          Trigglypuff got flap burns. 😆

          • Octopus says:

            I wonder where that very special snowflake is flapping her arms nowadays. Still in school, pursuing that doctorate in Womyn’s Studies? 🤔

          • rightymouse says:

            Cora Segal is Trigglypuff’s name. She’s insane.


          • rightymouse says:

          • Octopus says:

            Wow! She’s doing exactly what I thought I was joking about! 😱😂

            I had to go and read the article she prescribed as essential reading for prospective suitors. And by suitors, I mean the Buffalo Bill-types who are looking for “big fat girls” to help in the manufacturing of their skin-suits. That’s a “Silence Of The Lambs”-reference, in case you missed that epic movie.


            Originally published onAdipose Activist and cross-posted here with their permission.

            I’ve thankfully been in a relationship for over two years now – I say thankfully, because it’s tough out there (well, that and I’m very much in love with my boyfriend!)

            The more I talk to my friends, the more I realize that men have no idea how to talk to fat girls.

            So I figured I’d create a handy how-to list, which will hopefully be helpful to those ready to pop on out of the fat closet, or who already have but aren’t having much success.

            This is written in a pretty heteronormative manner, which I apologize for, but the experiences I’m most familiar with are men trying to chase women here.

            This is loosely based on my own experiences as well as the experiences and suggestions of many girls I’ve talked to. Do you have more suggestions? Feel free to comment!

            1. DON’T mention her weight.

            Mentioning this first because it’s SUPER important, and it’s the first thing guys tend to mess up on.

            Look, as much as I’m a body positivity advocate, as much as I call myself fat, as much as I realize that attraction is important and some people are attracted to fat bodies (which is totally cool!) weight is just something you shouldn’t mention to anyone in a first conversation, fat or thin.

            I’ve seen so many opening lines, especially on dating sites, along the lines of

            ‘You’re cute, I love bbws.’

            ‘I’m a chubby chaser.’

            ‘I’ve always been attracted to bigger girls.’

            Here’s the thing. You don’t need to say any of that stuff.


            It makes us feel like you’re talking to us JUST for our body. Especially on a dating site.

            You don’t need to have the username ‘bbwlover2012′, you don’t need to talk in your profile about how you’re looking for a fat girl, or how you define yourself as a chubby chaser*.

            You probably think that it’ll make fat girls more likely to contact you first, but honestly it’s hurting your cause more than anything.

            It makes you sound like all you care about is our bodies, that’s the most important part to you.

            Bad idea. So during a first conversation, again, you don’t have to qualify why you’re talking to her. You don’t have to state that you’re attracted to larger bodies.

            Guess what? You talking to a fat girl, showing interest, says all we need to know, without words! You wouldn’t message a thin girl and say ‘I think you’re hot, I’m really attracted to skinny girls’, would you? (I hope not.)

            I don’t want to speak for all fat chicks, but we’re looking for something pretty specific. Not someone who likes us because of our body, not someone who likes us in spite of our body. Just someone who likes us. All of us.

            So if you see a fat chick you’re interested in, try to find some common ground and base conversation starters on that. You both love Lord of the Rings? Excellent! You’re both into the same band? Great! Look at that, you’ve found a conversation opening!

            *(Note, saying things like ‘real women have curves’, ‘only dogs like bones’, ‘skinny girls are gross’ are horrible things to say. You are more than welcome to have your preferences, but putting down other body types or other people’s preferences is NOT okay. And it doesn’t win you any points.)

            2. Fat girls are girls too.

            It may seem silly to mention, but it actually is important. Fat girls aren’t magical, mystical creatures. There’s no special way you need to talk to them, no different procedure, here. I get that question from time to time. ‘How do I approach a fat girl?’ Just like ANY other girl!

            We’re real people with real personalities and feelings. Just talk to us. We’ll appreciate it. Trust me. As fat girls, we spend a lot of our lives being treated differently–and it’s usually not in a good way.

            We’re not looking for you to make up for it. We’re just looking for you to get it and not do more of the same!

            As much as it may seem counterintuitive since I’m writing a whole post on how to date a fat girl, but a lot of this can be boiled down to this simple statement: date a fat girl the same way you’d date any other girl.

            3. Don’t be offended if she’s suspicious.

            Again, can’t speak for all fat girls, but lots of us have had a lot of bad experiences when it comes to dating. Men who’ll talk the good talk but won’t be seen with us in public, men who’ll have sex with us but make fun of fat girls to their friends, men who think we’re ‘desperate’ and ‘easy’ and just a quick lay.

            That can be a real self-esteem killer for us, and it can make us gun shy. So we can tend to be a little leery when a guy professes interest. Don’t take it personally.

            If you’ve managed to stick by rule number one, you might get a question like ‘So you don’t care that I’m fat?’ from a girl. This can be a tricky one to navigate.

            Just try to assure her that you’re attracted to what’s on the inside and the outside!

            4. Be humble.

            This might sound harsh, but you have no idea how many men expect some kind of reward for being attracted to fat girls. Well, you don’t. Maybe it’s not socially ‘in’ right now, but the fact of the matter is, PLENTY of guys like fat girls.

            Membership Body 2
            Lots of them don’t want to admit it. Lots of them don’t tell anyone. But believe you me. If you don’t think there are guys out there who like fat girls, you are so wrong.

            I understand that it can be hard, you’re afraid of your friends or your family ragging on you for dating fat girls. But if you think that’s bad, try being the fat girlfriend.

            We get worried if your friends are going to judge us or snigger. We worry if your parents are going to tell you ‘you can do better.’

            Any time you think it’s hard for you, remember it’s a lot harder for us.

            5. Take her out in public.

            I mentioned that most of us have had bad experiences, being the ‘secret’ lover, not ever getting to meet a guy’s friends, and it’s really quite painfully true. The fact that I have to add this piece of advice kind of makes me sad, but I feel it’s important.

            A lot of times when a fat girl is out with a guy in public, people assume that they’re ‘just friends.’ There’s such a stigma out there that fat girls never get the guy.

            Take her out to dinner, to the movies, walk around town. Hold her hand, put your arm around her. Looking couple-y doesn’t hurt!

            If you’re scared of what people think? You don’t deserve to have a fat girlfriend.

            6. Be aware that sizeism is completely real, and don’t invalidate her experiences.

            There are lots of folks out there who hate fat people. The vitriol some people have for others based purely on body size can be quite frightening.

            Understand that us ladies live in a culture where every magazine, every commercial, every ad is telling us that our bodies are wrong.

            We are not represented in media except as comic relief or the ‘before’ picture in a diet ad. Different fat girls have different experiences, but we’ve all experienced a lifetime of discrimination.

            Be sensitive to that. Chances are, she’ll have bad body image days. Chances are, there will be days when someone says something vicious and it’s hard for her to shake it off.

            Be aware that there’s a whole system of oppression working against her, and it’s hard sometimes.

            7. Talk about it.

            ‘Whoa there, hold on!,’ you’re saying. ‘Didn’t number one say NOT to talk about it?’ Well yeah. Not at first. But the truth is, fat is one of those defining features that can’t really be ignored. It’s not who a person is, but you can’t ignore it either.

            Living in a fat bodies shapes many experiences for a person, and it’s important to understand and be sensitive to it.

            Different girls are at different stages of comfort and acceptance of their bodies (and frankly, that goes for all girls of all shapes and sizes!) Understand that some things are a little tougher for us.

            We can’t go into any old store in the mall and find an outfit. Sometimes booths aren’t the best ideas at a restaurant. There are probably things you haven’t thought about that she might be embarrassed about.

            It’s important to communicate these things and make her feel that she has a safe space to express these feelings.

            8. NO QUALIFIERS.

            “You’re not fat, you’re beautiful!”

            “You’re so confident for a bigger girl!”

            No. No no no no.

            If she calls herself fat, let her. If she wants to call herself chunky, or curvy, or voluptuous, let her.

            It’s her body to call what she wants.

            And if you’re going to compliment her, don’t do it in a backhanded way.

            Acknowledge that she’s both fat AND beautiful. Fat AND confident. Fat AND stylish.

            Fat isn’t a bad thing to be, and both of you need to realize that.

            Your mileage may vary on any of these points, of course. All girls are different, all girls want slightly different things.

            There’s never going to be a one-size-fits-all list, especially when talking about such a large group of people! (pun not intended, yikes!)

            But overall it just comes down to being sensitive, perceptive, and attentive. Frankly, these are good values to have anyway!

            Hope you’ve found this list helpful!

            Amber Sarah is a twenty-something body positive, budding feminist blogger hailing from Massachusetts. Body image and fat activism are her lifeblood, and when she’s not slogging her way through school, she’s tackling tough questions about fat acceptance and myths about obesity at her blog, Adipose Activist. She’s also co-mod of a submissions-based body image blog called Stop Hating Your Body, which seeks to examine and combat media influences that put such large stress on what our bodies look like. Feel free to check out her blog’s Facebook page!

  44. rightymouse says:

    What drugs is Biden on?

  45. rightymouse says:

    Ugh. Double Ugh.
    Just found out that a good friend of mine was killed on the highway in Farmers Branch, Texas on Monday. She swerved to avoid hitting a semi that had pulled into her lane & she hit the guard rail going at highway speed. Death was instantaneous. 😦
    She was going to call me on Tuesday morning, so I thought it was a bit odd when I didn’t get the call. Was going to call her & then her daughter got hold of me today. Hold your loved ones close.

    • Octopus says:

      Sorry for your loss, ‘Mouse. Sudden and horrific. Ugh!!!

      • rightymouse says:

        I can be grateful that she didn’t suffer. And I know she went right to heaven.

        • Bunk X says:


        • rightymouse says:

          Thanks. Her family & friends are having a hard time. It’s totally surreal.

          • Octopus says:

            I had a near-miss on the road the other day, that’s still giving me pause. I was pulling out of a convenience store that has a traffic light in front of the driveway, after several seconds of green light (for me), and a yahoo going about sixty blew the red without even slowing down. I slammed the brakes just in time, after catching him in my peripheral vision. Missed me by inches – would have t-boned me into the Great Hereafter if I hadn’t managed to stop. I was rubbery-legged for awhile…couldn’t eat dinner. Ended up drinking it. 🍺 🥃😱

          • rightymouse says:

            So scary! 😦

          • Octopus says:

            It shook me, I have to admit. I don’t usually think or worry about death much, and I’ve had a few other close calls with Mr. Reaper in my life, but this one triggered something.

            Then, last night I was reading a book about the WWII battle for Iwo Jima, and I had to laff at myself a little. It’s a short book, but incredibly detailed about what both sides were facing, which was a whole lot of very violent death.

            Operation Detachment: 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima (WW2 Pacific Military History Series Book 8)

            Daniel Wrinn and 1 more
            4.5 out of 5 stars(49) Reviews
            Book 8 of 9: WW2 Pacific Military History Series

  46. dezzez says:

  47. Octopus says:

    This guy is currently bitching about all the distressing issues faced by people being called back to work in the office at the Washington Post. Not just the possibility of being infected by a stray virus, but the myriad other hazards associated with a workplace environment. Turns out, he was a very fragile snowflake a few years ago at Stanford, where he didn’t know how to feed himself from the buffet. 😱😂



    Can somebody please help this poor fellow? Make him a healthy vegan lunch every day, and for God’s sake, cut the crusts off his PB&J sandwich before sending him out into the cold cruel world to slay conservative dragons?

    • rightymouse says:

      Classic soy boy. Yuck!

      • Octopus says:

        Literally can’t feed himself. From a buffet of healthful and other options. How can such a snowflake survive, and pass on his DNA? 🤔😱😃

  48. Octopus says:

    And here I used to chortle rudely at Lewd-Wank Von Slutshamer’s table-top demonstrations of global warmening!
    Now some chick-scientist discovers the secret of dark matter, without even consulting the trillion-dollar Collider. 😂

  49. rightymouse says:

    • rightymouse says:

      Good luck.

  50. rightymouse says:

    Equality. Deal with it, you dumbass broad.

  51. Bunk X says:

    This is kinda fun.

  52. rightymouse says:

    Pelosi is a tool. Bitch.

  53. rightymouse says:

  54. rightymouse says:

    This is just awful. 😦

  55. rightymouse says:

    I needed a giggle today. 🙂

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  57. rightymouse says:

    Take a laxative. Asshole.

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  59. Bunk X says:

    Complete fail on the part of the cat’s owner. All he needs is three black bananas and the cat is blocked.

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  61. dezzez says:
    So it’s okay to shoot unarmed white women, check

  62. rightymouse says:

    What a soy boy.

  63. rightymouse says:

    She had been suspended again.

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  66. rightymouse says:

    Hmmmmmmmm…maybe some heat was applied….

    • rightymouse says:

      • Bunk X says:

        I think the twitterverse jumped too soon on the “won’t be charged” meme. The court date hadn’t been set, but the case hadn’t been dismissed.

  67. rightymouse says:

    Call 911?