Monday, September 24, 2007

On a different topic......

Orson Welles....Dawn Wells...whatever....

Ok, so here's my favorite Red Dot story for this week:

Someone came over to me this weekend, and said....

"Trixie, as one gal to another, I just wanted to tell you...you in that red dress, you looked rather 'Chunky'!"

CHUNKY!!!

This is a rough town, folks...

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll save ya honey!
One look at me and they'll think you look like Paris Hilton in that red dress, one girl to another. I'm so big, Hudson fits inside me!

Chances are, you will be seeing me before Christmas. I just spoke a dear friend who said, "Get your fat ass up here girl!" And so, I think I shall. It's been too long.

The white dot meets the Red Dot in December. Keep your eyes peeled and that red dress febreezed girl

Pearl
twisted but a gem...

Rich said...

Us 'plus size' gals gotta stick together, girlfriend!

North Fifth Street said...

Well... red, white and blue - you did get the "Chunky" colors right...

Agnes said...

It is a rough town Trixie honey I always told ya that... remember... don't EVER talk back to the towel girl at the Finnish Line!

Anonymous said...

Dossier secret! Sexy Guy Van Stratten, American smuggler, leaves an Italian prison with one asset: a dying man's words about wealthy, mysterious Gregory Arkadin. Guy finds it most pleasant to investigate Arkadin though his lovely daughter Raina, her father's idol. To get rid of Guy, Arkadin claims amnesia about his own life prior to 1927, sending Guy off to investigate Arkadin's unknown past. Guy's quest spans two square miles full of eccentric characters who contribute clues. But the real purpose of Guy's mission proves deadly; can Guy himself survive a "Mussman for Mayor" campaign button while wandering behind the Finnish Line?

Anonymous said...

I'll try that with a glass of the Aradkin Vineyards New Zealand Shiraz, thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

"Starring, directed, and written by..."

Yeah, the Red Dot is a good place to show this one...

Anonymous said...

What's for dinner tonight?

Anonymous said...

Dawn Wells and Orson Welles were just good friends... the baseless rumor that they were something more to each other was started by Charles Nelson Reilly the week in 1971 all three were on "Hollywood Squares"

Anonymous said...

Maybe you can get a job as the new spokesmodel for "Widewaters Mall"...

Anonymous said...

That's an idea for a good, subversive float for next year's Flag Day Parade...

Miss Widewaters. And her Court of Beauties.

Anonymous said...

Her Court of Beauties:

Miss Price Chopper
Mrs. WalMart
Ms. Home Depot
Miss Fashion Bug

Anonymous said...

So how was the movie last night? Who went? Who got yelled at? Who got spilled on?

Anonymous said...

And who kindly suggested to Linda that she should drop out of the election? That's what we should all be doing from now on when we run into her. She needs to understand how debilitating her actions are. She doesn't seem to quite get it.