Saturday, May 22, 2010

Let the white trash games begin!

So, here's the thing...send me your pictures of whatever you have you feel is white trashy in your life.  Things around your house, family members, cars and trucks...whatever is in your life that makes you cringe when you see it, send it on to anemonepie at yahoo dot com.  It's fine to send more than one thing, too.  I know I've got several of my own I'll share.  Let me know if you want to remain anonymous or if you want everyone else to guess whose (or who!) it is. Also, lurkers?  This is a great time for you to join in so you're most definitely invited to play.  What better way to break the ice?   :-)

I think we can all guess whose ambient water feature this is, can't we?

89 comments:

Anemone Pie said...

I can't sleep. Karen, where are you tonight?

Speaking of white trash, allow me to introdruce you to this woman's blog. http://wheredoibegain.blogspot.com/2010/05/mad-as-hornet.html#comments

I'm honestly not trying to be a total bitch here and I actually agree with her about 14 years olds and independence, but the rest? The hypocrisy is making me gag. I'm honestly not sure of the parentage of all her older kids, but her last one was born of a "relationship" with a man she picked up in the parking lor of her apartment complex. She gave the boy up for adoption (good move, imo, since it appears he got absolutely lovely parents) and is stil left with a gaggle of kids with assorted issues. Oh, and public assistance is part of our picture here, so taxpayers are helping her to raise her kids yet she *dares criticize gay people? AS being not what God intended? You know, gay people like me who, oooohhhhh, pay the taxes that help her take care of her kids. Oh, *hell, no, I don't think so. Not without me putting her ass out here for discussion.

Anonymous said...

So Chris and I literally spent *hours going over our whitetrashification.

The "winner" will take too long to type on my phone, so I'll (until tomorrow, when I assume I'll be able to drag my ass off the couch at some point) go with this gem which Chris just reminded me of.......

When I got married, my parents handed my new husband and me a small box at our reception dinner. We opened it...and there were keys...to a 67 ocean blue ford mustang.

How is that white trash, you ask?

Well after I became what my brother calls a "woo girl" (high pitched screams), I asked my parents where the car WAS, and they told us it was in the backyard. I assumed this was to hide it from us so it'd be a surprise.

We actually delayed leaving for our honeymoon so we could go see it!

It *was "in the backyard".

On blocks.

With a tv tray duct taped over a hole in the floor board.

Where the trunk was supposed to be, a raccoon family had made a summer home.

Where the ENGINE was supposed to be?
Rats.

We're pretty sure they just wanted to look like great parents for "giving us a car" for our wedding.

We ended up having to *pay someone to haul it to the dump.

Mazel Tov!!

KaytieJ said...

AP - Your handiman is a saint! You're in 'gator country - I swear I see one lurking in there! Yowza!

Muliebrity said...

I need to find the picture of me and my grandma at her 85th Birthday party riding on the back of a homemade monster truck, while she flips the bird. Classic.

Muliebrity said...

AP, I have read that blog for a long time (in blog years, but it has probably been over a year), and I think she is a good person, but she is very naive. The first 3 kids are the same dad and her 4 year old has a different dad that she was married to, but left him while she was pregnant because he was abusing her kids. They had a long distance relationship before they married and he was not as he seemed once they were all together.

As far as her distorted opinion of sexuality...girlfriend needs a wakeup call. The sentiments with allowing young girls to kiss all over each other, I agree with. Most of the times I see girls doing this, they are actually doing it to get the attention of boys. None of the gay girls I knew growing up would have allowed themselves to paraded in front of a group like that. They "liked" the girls they wanted to "kiss up" on and wanted relationships, not be to used to draw in guys. I just think she is misunderstanding the reason so many young girls are acting this way.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Mulie - Holy Moly, you bought a ton of food? Are you preparing for the apocalypse? Or just the birthin' of your baby?

::flashbacks to Y2K::

Where do you keep it all?

Muliebrity said...

We have 2 refrigerators and a small deep freezer. I don't think I even mentioned the 6 lbs of brats. I also didn't get about a quarter of the items on my list because I ran out of room in my 2 carts.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

AP, I'm not even going to pretend I understand anything about your white trash water disposal system.

::rejoices for city water and sewer::

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Mulie - we got nothing like that - just a small freezer in our one frig.

And there's only two of us, and a small kitchen with zero storage, so we can't buy those quantities.

Just CK said...

"Hello-o-o-o-o-o-o'

::said in best Jerry Lewis style::

Muliebrity said...

We have the space in this house and the closest costco is about 75 miles away, so we generally stock up when we are close AND have the money to.

Muliebrity said...

Forgot to add the cinnamon to the topping for "To Die For" blueberry muffins I now have baking. I hope they don't suck now. :(

Just CK said...

Now they'll only be "To Get Sick For" muffins.

Southern Woman said...

Morning all! AP, I must say your little drainage ditch was not nearly as impressively white trashy as I had hoped/expected. A little bridge and some ferns and that puppy will be a destination spot!

I've got some ideas about what I'm going to photograph for this little project. And thinking about it I have way too many options to be comfortable. :-/

Just CK said...

Dang, SW. I had you pegged for the distinguished, cultured group - with your Peter Pan collar and all.

Jill said...

Good morning

Just CK said...

Hi Jill,
People are starting to get their asses out of bed. Finally.

Just CK said...

Do you feel differently, Jill? Not officially being a teacher anymore?

Jill said...

CK I'm having a bit of an identity crisis.

Just CK said...

For now, can you just pretend it's a normal summer off from teaching? Give yourself time to ease into it?

Southern Woman said...

CK, my Peter Pan collar was lovingly sewed by my Mom out of cloth that was far less than $1 a yard. We were definitely lower middle class. But for some reason never felt poor. And we did feel somewhat cultured. My Dad grew up without indoor plumbing, but somehow developed a lifelong love of opera. He used to make us watch operas and musicals growing up. I'm glad about the musicals. Operas I can take or leave.

Jill, happy SAHM day!

Southern Woman said...

Jill, it makes sense you'd have a bit of an adjustment/grieving process. And you'll always be a teacher. Just like you'll always be a twirler!

Just CK said...

Lower middle class doesn't necessarily equal white trash. It's all in the attitude. And behavior.

I know lots of wealthy trashy people.

Just CK said...

Jill,

You could teach twirling!

Southern Woman said...

CK, when you see a picture of the back seat of my car, you'll know which side of the line I'm on!

Just CK said...

I see, SW. I'm still not convinced, however. I'm thinking you're too intelligent and self-aware to be genuine white trash. You just like to pretend to keep yourself humble.

Jill said...

CK I do during the summers.

Jill said...

My husband insists that everyone has their white trash moments.

Just CK said...

Jill - he's probably right - it's not an either or. We all dip our toes into the white trash pool - some more often than others.

tumbleweedgirl said...

good morning all

i suppose we do have white trashy stuff out in our yard, there's rusted farm machinery and a pile of trash leftover from a few people ago. the homesteader who lived here died of old age. so we have some relics.

jill

i'm glad you get to stay at home.

lia found the bag of marshmallows Rock and i were snacking on last night. clever girl.

mulie

that's a powerful amount of food you got. i think you spent your money well!

Just CK said...

Hi Rhys. Long time no see.

tumbleweedgirl said...

hey ck

i've been trying to clean. my mom is coming! (:

how you doing?

Just CK said...

I'm good, Rhys. Will you enjoy the visit with your mom? How long is she staying?

tumbleweedgirl said...

ck

i'm excited. she's coming and plans on cooking every night! plus, zaya and i are making a birthday cake for her. he is into birthdays. i figure we need more parties anyway

lia is big enough too, to enjoyher (:

last time mom saw lia, she was dying in the nicu at 2 wks old. so this will be good

Muliebrity said...

The blue berry muffins turned out just fine with out the cinnamon! The topping basically turned into candy, so who wouldn't like that?

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/To-Die-For-Blueberry-Muffins/Detail.aspx

Margaret said...

Just got home from Hannah's last soccer game of the season. The field is part of George Washington's Grist Mill. I was thinking that several hundred years ago when George was down there cooking his hooch he would never have imagined a bunch of kids, running around, kicking each other and eating several thousand pounds of oranges.

Um, I think we need to do a fundraiser for AP to jackhammer up her slab and run some pipe.

Muliebrity said...

"that's a powerful amount of food you got. i think you spent your money well!"

except that my husband was with me, so we spent about $100 more than needed!

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone!

AP - I read the blogpost to which you linked.
It made my BP skyrocket.
She seems very judgemental and uneducated, on that topic anyways. I really hate how some people act like being gay is a crime and a disease of modern society.
I'd also like them to show me where exactly in the Bible it is said that being homosexual is a crime. I read the Bible and I remember nothing of the sort.
As a side note, maybe someone would like to tell the people who act like homosexuality is linked to the depravity of today's society that in Ancient Greece it was widely common and accepted.
To me, it seems that that woman is in no place to judge others, given her history.

I hope everyone's having a nice Saturday!

Muliebrity said...

Corrine, I would probably agree with you, if I didn't already "know" her. I think she is a newer Christian and they never quite seem to get their judgments right.

I left her a comment. Was I too nice?

Anonymous said...

Mulie - I think it is a well-worded comment and it is entirely true what you said :)

I agree with what you say about "newer" Christians.

Maybe this is going to sound weird but I have the impression that many people claim to be Christians in order to catch the attention of a broader audience since several popular mommy bloggers are conservative Christians (Angie Smith, Kelly Stamps, etc.) In doing that, they hope to, themselves, become popular bloggers.

I might be completely off my rocker but from several blogs I read, I can sense that some of these women spout ideas which do not really seem to be theirs and lack arguments to actually defend them properly.

tumbleweedgirl said...

corinne

i think you're right, women choose to label themselves to try to ride the popular wagon. i found the article distasteful for many reasons.

1. if you're going to write, spell properly. especially if you're going to have a diatribe about doctors and sexuality.

2. what does 'kissing on each other' mean? zaya kisses people a lot. kissing has many versions. i'm wondering just what she meant.

i do agree that it's ok to be protective of your children. i think that a lot of christians subscirbe to modes of thought because they are either popular or easy. there's not a lot of thinking involved... it's *hard* to work through what is true, and everyone should grasp it firmly and wrestle it. then they should be speaking carefully and kindly, gently with love.

mulie

you did great on your comment.

and my husband always comes home with more than i ask for (:

tumbleweedgirl said...

i meant to say 'some women' and should have even clarified more: 'some women bloggers'

ah!

Margaret said...

Corinne - I could not agree with you more. Right now, Jesus sells. And, when times are tough as it is right now with the economy christianity blossoms because people are searching for something.

Muliebrity said...

Her blogs are full of misspelling and grammatical errors. She started blogging when she became pregnant with the baby she placed. Her blog became more well known during that entire process. She was married young and has had many issues. I don't think she was trying to get more blog hits or anything, she was spouting off and is not educated enough to know what implications her words may have.

Anonymous said...

Mulie - That'd make sense.

Margaret - "Right now, Jesus sells". Exactly and that is what bothers me.
Faith is not something that someone should discover because it is "fashionable".
I am Catholic and if another religion becomes more "in", that is not going to make me change my mind about my beliefs.
One of the broadest misconceptions that is spouted by some Christians is that the three main monoteist religions have a distinct history and that you cannot accept all three as saying the truth.
I am sorry but that irks me beyond belief. If you know how Judaism, Christianism and Islam were born, you'd know that it is very hard not to believe that we all pray the same God, just in different ways. All it takes is opening a *good history book.

I believe in God because that is what I feel deep down in my heart. However, I am well aware that God's existence cannot in any way be proven. Or disproved for that matter. We have to accept that fact.

::off my soapbox::

Rhys - I agree with you.

Muliebrity said...

It just so happens that particular blogger could be the epitome of white trash. Really. She's not a bad person. At all. She is just the type that has never found her voice, never has had strong convictions, and is a very single mother of 4 (5) kids.

What has really impressed me, is that she puts it all out there: The good, the bad, and the ugly. She has not been a manipulative blogger, IMO, in the past and hopefully she will realize that her opinion was a bit off putting.

Anemone Pie said...

Hello! Welllp, plumbing problems are on hold - he's got to rent a big roto-rooter thing but he did make great headway and I can do laundry and wassh dishes again without it backing up. It just still drains as shown above. He worked 6 hours yesterday, 2 today and installed my kitchen light, too. My bill? $75. I'm a happy girl.

As for the blog we're all talking about, I agree with Mulie that most of the time girls are kissing on each other (Rhys, in a sexual manner as opposed to how Zaya kisses)to get the attention of boys. I've seen that among Jake's friends and then, when they sort of like it, they start calling themselves bisexual. Well, no. They're just horny teenagers.

I just can't stand the utter hypocrisy of passing judgment on one hand while the other hand is sticking out taking public assistance to raise her kids from some of the very people she's judging. Somehow, I doubt she's ever thought about *that. I will agree, though, with Mulie that I don't believe her intent is ever to be manipulative.

Southern Woman said...

Um, AP, how on earth was the bill only $75? Are you trading sexual favors for plumbing or what?

Anemone Pie said...

SW, I do not trade sexual favors for plumbing work, thankyouverymuch. Hmph! He's just a neighborhood handyman and when he's not got anything going on, he works super-cheap. I guess he figures anything is better than nothing. He actually only asked for $50 but that seemed wrong so I made it $75.

It's so quiet today...I'm out myself in a bit. Have a good rest of the day and I'll see y'all later!

Southern Woman said...

OMG I just remembered a Daisy dream I had last night. Daisy must be on my mind because of the low posting lately. :-( Anyway, the dream was pretty funny. We had a Daisy meet-up that included some sort of dance competition. Could have been a talent show in which I decided my talent is dance. Though that is completely nuts since I don't dance in any event.

Anyway, I chose as my dance partner the husband of one of the daisies. (I'm not going to say whose husband because that is a seCKret.) We were no Fred and Ginger, but I don't recall being embarrassed.

Anyway, I had a giant cake made for the meet-up, a multi-level monstrosity with various scenes of past daisy happenings and dramas. I left the cake sitting outside on the sidewalk for a few minutes to do something, and when I came out a bunch of mean lesbians from a lesbian bar had mostly destroyed it. I remember being so hurt because I thought lesbians are supposed to be nice. The ones I know are, anyway.

That's all I remember for now. I'll let you know if I recover anything else.

Muliebrity said...

That sounds like the best dream EVER, SW! Freakin cake stomping lesbians?!

KaytieJ said...

SW - Are you sure they weren't stomping the cup cakes I shared with you? (g)

Rhys - Family loved the taco meat! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Have a good time with your mom.

Elisabeth - What a wedding present!

Deb - I had a nightmare regarding that doggie ear drain :::shudder::: Sorry, but had to laugh at the "Cone of Shame" Hope your day goes well.

hd - Congrats on baby!

AP - If a back hoe is in your future, you can rent one from Home Depot <-----from experience. (They are fun to "drive", too)

KaytieJ said...

:::contributing to the White Trash Theme:::

AP - Wish you were out here. I have nail polish everywhere but on my nails. Went to spray my hair and squirted mousse all over and had to rewash the do. And since when did I get shorter? My gold Malaysian silk gown is dragging on the ground.
If I steam iron my Favorite Kiss T-Shirt and tuck my black jeans in to my boots and throw on some pearls, would that pass for this SEMI-formal auction tonight?

Anemone Pie said...

Hey, Elisabeth, do you have any pictures of that Mustang to share?

SW, normal lesbians 8are nice. Lesbians With Issues are an angry lot. I bet it was a group of LWI that stomped your cake. If you dream it again, can you dream that Chris and I are doing the Hustle? Thanks!

Well, Jerry the handyman is back. From my house he went to my mom's to deal with a clogged sink and he wound up having to rent the roto-rooter thing for hers so now he's back at mine and it looks like major headway is happening! I just know everyone loves these updates. ;-)

Oh, Kaytie, you're shrinking? That's a sign of age, you know. *nods* I wish I were there, too, just so I could watch. :-D

Anemone Pie said...

Oh, and I've driven a bobcat...lots of fun so I bet that backhoe was! I don't think I'm going to riding the roto-rooter, though. I mean, I *could, but that might be odd.

KaytieJ said...

LOL! Leave the RotoRooter Riding to the LWI's.
Good news on major head way happening, though!

:::chewing Calcium tablets while hair in rollers::: wish these came in breath mint flavors :-D

Margaret - Happy last soccer game for the season day! I think George was a nice guy and liked kids. Bet he'd have been thrilled. Sounds like a beautiful venue for a soccer field.

Muliebrity said...

Just met a neighbor while out Censusing and she writes erotic romance (I think she said romance) novels! I was very impressed. I didn't have the nerve to ask her pen name.

Muliebrity said...

<--------wants to drive heavy machinery.

tumbleweedgirl said...

kaytiej

glad your family liked the taco meat (:

i've been busy teaching lia the sign for grandma/nana. she doesn't make any words besides mama, dada, and zeeya. i want mom to feel special.

supposedly i am cleaning as well. i've heard that rumor. i suppose i should act upon it

how's this for somewhat trashy?
we found coyote sign in the shed in the backyard.

KaytieJ said...

If you know how Judaism, Christianism and Islam were born, you'd know that it is very hard not to believe that we all pray the same God, just in different ways. All it takes is opening a *good history book.

CK - Clapping. Very well said.

tumbleweedgirl said...

mulie

lots of folks drive heavy machinery out here, even the 10yo (with supervision). it's not trashy, it's expediency.

KaytieJ said...

Rhys - :::nodding::: Hope you do not have chickens, coyotes sure mess with them. Your mom is going to be so happy seeing Lia sign that. That is so sweet.

Mulie - Go back off govt time and get her pen name :-D

Erin Lutz said...

SW- LOL on your dream!

tumbleweedgirl said...

kaytiej

we actually didn't get chicken because we have LARGE hawks and owls. the coyote pair, though, is a new development. they're 1/2 mile from us. i think that they are a breeding pair too.

usually they live in the desert a couple miles north and east as well. we do have a large cat from the desert too.

i need a large dog.

Anemone Pie said...

The ambient water feature is now history after all these years. It's been a very good day. :-)

Southern Woman said...

Yay AP!! I'm so glad you recorded it for posterity, and that it's now gone!

Southern Woman said...

So is the moral of this story that if we face our white trash demons we can exorcise them?

Anonymous said...

I passed out in a Porta-Potty at Indiana Beach once. No pictures, sadly!

Deb said...

Good evening ladies!

Kaytie - sorry Hannah dogs ear drain invaded your dreams last night. Highlight of today is that she had shaken her head so much the little screw cap thing flung off somewhere, so stuff was just draining freely. I sent Mark to the vet to get another cap! I can't wait til that thing is out already.

<------not nurse material

SW - your dream, on the other hand, cracked me up! What kind of cake was it?!

AP - yay for fixed drains (cheap too!)

Just CK said...

SW,
Mole, The Husband, is quite flattered you chose him as your dance partner.

You obviously have never seen him dance.

Just CK said...

Killer headache here - too much sparkling wine with high sugar content has left me in misery.

The party as fun while I was drinking it, though.

Just CK said...

as = was

Southern Woman said...

Well, I just had an adventurous little trip to the corner market for cat food. I also picked up a half gallon of milk and set it on top of my purse in the grocery cart. Got to the checkout and picked up the milk and noticed the cap was loose. Then noticed milk spilled on my purse. Then looked behind me and there was a milk trail where it had been leaking on the floor. Then looked in my purse and it had an inch of freaking milk in it. Quickly fished out my blackberry and started shaking it.

I checked the battery compartment when I got home and it's not wet, so hopefully the phone will be okay. But there was definitely milk in the keys. I remember someone posting a tip of what to do if you drop your phone in water, but I don't recall what that was. So far it's working but we'll see.

Of course I blame the effing cats for making the trip necessary.

Deb, I don't know what flavor the cake is. But the icing was mostly white, and there were three tiers. But it wasn't at all like a wedding cake.

Southern Woman said...

I don't know how he dances, CK. But in my dream he was h-o-t. And I've got a bit of a crush, I'm not gonna lie.

Just CK said...

SW,
Damn cats and their leaky milk.

tumbleweedgirl said...

hey ck

it's quiet in here tonight. i'm procrastinating slightly. i did do some laundry. i also did the dishes. i even ate! (:

the weather was nasty between mt home and the airport, so they're staying the night and coming in the morning.

tumbleweedgirl said...

sw

try rice, or even kitty litter

it should soak out the moisture.

Just CK said...

::taking a closer look at her husband::

Just CK said...

SW - have you been watching The Good Wife? She sold her soul to a form of the devil.

Just CK said...

Hi Rhys.

Southern Woman said...

CK, I absolutely love The Good Wife. And yes, she did.

tumbleweedgirl said...

hi ck (:

sw

the Good Wife sounds disturbing.

i've also got a million good bird stories. one involves a pair of chickadees and a pair of cliff swallows. another involves a hawk. another, hummingbird. another, magpies.

freaking magpies

Sandy said...

Hey all. Just a fly by to say hi and good night. Had a very productive day which ended with everyone sitting around the fire pit roasting marshmallows. I'm tired and am going to crash soon.

My white trash moment involves my very first car. It was a Ford Escort that didn't have a/c. I got a deal to have a sunroof put in. The damn sunroof leaked. In the city where I grew up, every fall you could buy these big orange plastic bags which were just for leaves. So when it rain or rain was in the forecast, I drove around with a neon orange plastic bag duct taped to my roof. I wish I had pictures of that. I looked hot driving that car. lol

Anonymous said...

AP......yay for handy men who *don't exploit the crap out of the fact that you don't want your house to smell like......well, crap.

I do have pics of that car, I'm pretty sure......I know my mom has one from when they pulled the tarp off the car........it's of me laughing so hard you can see my stomach contents, and my husband has the most hilarious and disbelieving look on his face.

Chris & I are going over for dinner tomorrow so I'll ask about the pics then.

Hate to bitch, but WHAT a tough nite. Chris is being such a pill. I know we can't get along perfectly all the time, but when he snaps at me.......I just want to swat him squai in the face. His docs told me this would happen, that he'd be moody and randomly awful. It almost never happens, so I *should be thankful I guess.

Still, when my night goes like this....
Me: can I get you anything?
Him: can you fix this shitty broken body?? NO? Then I'm good, thanks.


You have to imagine it said in the most sarcastic tone to get the full effect....


Again sorry for whining. Hope everyone is having a good night.

tumbleweedgirl said...

elisabeth

it's not whining. you have to take care of yourself. i'm still learning how to do that and i would say you have it harder. a grown man who knows what he lost is harder to care for than a toddler who doesn't know any different.

i read an article tonight about carer burnout. http://www.cnn.com/2010/HEALTH/05/20/caregivers.health.risks/

you sound tired, which is normal. you sound frustrated, which is normal. you also sound angry, this is NORMAL. it's ok. vent here, or to someone you know well. it will help.

you are normal. i'd even venture that a little snapping back, or some sarcasm might be good for chris. being treated always with kid gloves can have a weakening effect on a body. you need those sharp jabs to remind you that you're normal. go ahead and give him a sisterly mouthy jab.

hugs. i'm going to sleep. if you want to email me, go ahead. i know i never replied to your email a long time ago.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Twg.......you are a sweet pea.


We just put the e-stim on him at almost 3:30 in the morning because his left arm & leg looked like a sadistic puppet master on meth was pulling the strings. It was some of the worst herky jerky flailing since he was in icu. The brand name of his baclafen changed and obviously we are going to have to get the old brand back.


He still wanted to get into the white trash spirit, tho. We watched "cheaters" which is *definitely the white trashiest show ever. During the white trashiest show, we happened to see the white trashiest COMMERCIAL.

The commercial was advertising "booty pop"......yes, people apparently pay money for their asses to be *bigger. Anyway to see this paragon of white trash consumerism, simply pop open your schlitz and go to www.bootypop.com

In honor of our esteemed leader AP, Chris took one for the team and actually called Booty Pop to find out how we too can pop our booties.

He asked in an exaggerated southern voice "yall got boota-pop fer the menfolks? What about crotch pop? Can I get my girl a boota-pop for her hiney and one for her boobies? Boobie pop?"

The poor operator just went "uhhhhhhhhhhhhhh" for a ling time. Chris finally said "well if there's enough money left over after I buy my pos-t-vac, I'll be givin yall a call back!" and hung up. For those who don't know what the pos-t-vac is.......that is another product apparently advertised only during White Trash Peak Viewing.

It was silly, but lord we needed the break in tension.

Just CK said...

Elisabeth - boobie pop, crotch pop, stomach contents, herky jerky?

Laughing all the way to the bank with that stuff. You should do stand up.

Just CK said...

Just me and someone from Oz. Is that you roo catcher?

Oopsie Daisy said...

**new post up finally! **

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