@$#*%! Friday! Post Your Funny & Link It Up In Crazy Town!

Yet another week draws to a close, & with it, the realization that I have passed my 150th post…as a matter of fact, this makes 154, not including my other content. It’s been 173 days since Crazy Town first opened it’s borders to the general public. Obviously I’ve taken my position as Mayor quite seriously…& obviously I need to get a life. But before I do, allow me to welcome you to another edition of @$#*%! Friday! Sadly, I did not have the chance to make the rounds & spread the reminders I’m not your f**king mother, so I anticipate a pretty quiet Friday. Mr. Linky will be ever so disappointed, you may have to give him a little “sugar” to make it up to him if you’ve forgotten. As for me, I have gone with that which I love best! Parodies are a classic form of humour, & from my own smartass perspective, I can’t help but appreciate an entire genre devoted to making fun of sh**!! This first one had The Boy & I in hysterics, tears streaming down my face, while The Diva whaled on us with her tiny fists for laughing at her favourite thing in the whole wide world. Fitting too, given my post earlier this week, & the hotly anticipated release of the newest sequel

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