Grayson had always heard tales of his great, great, great grandfather, William G. Braden. But they were always just that … tales, so long ago no one in the family really remembered. Stories embellished over the years and handed down from mother to son, father to daughter and re-embellished along … Continue reading
Everyone has their favorite recipe for corn on the cob. I guess I am no exception. However, I have never been particularly fond of soggy corn on the cob. You know, the kind that was over-boiled, and might as well have been mush on the cob. Then of course, there … Continue reading
There was a sweet lass, who had a cute ass But the curves in her blouse were the best in the house Her cleavage was a delight in clothes she wore tight….. And her nipples shown thru with abandon anew Each night she would undress leaving nothing to guess Her … Continue reading
When I was courting my wife, I created a drink for her which I salaciously called Slow Screw in Sunny Mexico. Last week she brought it to the online Fiesta Friday party at The Novice Gardener and low and behold, it has now been featured on this witty cooking blog. … Continue reading
I have two 1983 Honda 650 Turbos with custom paint jobs. They are works of art!
A lady places an ad in the local paper under Love Wanted. She wants someone who won’t beat her, won’t leave her and will satisfy her sexually. She turns down all the many responses she gets. One day the doorbell rings and there is a guy on her doormat without … Continue reading
Still tuning up my newest bike, a 2004 Honda Sabre Shadow 1100. He’s drivable but needs his jets cleaned.
I had around 50 motorcycles in 1997. My then wife said if I got one more motorcycle she was going to divorce me… I bought one more. +5-2