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Just because…

In every picture of her that I’ve found on the Internet, Rebecca Falwell, wife of Jerry Falwell Jr, wears bodycon dresses that accentuate her rack doesn’t mean she spitroasts at home barbecues.

Anyway, what married people do behind closed doors in the privacy of their own home as consenting adults is not really any of our business.

{{wait for it}}

😅🤣😂🤣😅🤣😅🤪🤣🤣🤣

Have at it.

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11 Responses

  1. You made me google bodycon. LOL.

    • But did you have to google spitroast? 🤩

      • I looked them both up.

        The older I get, the more I feel a “yuck” reaction to sexuality.

        • Haha! I made you think about sexy church lady I’m a compromising position. You’ll NEVER be able to get that out of your mind.
          Supposedly, michael Cohen has seen pics of her in a state of undress that he says are “terrible”.
          This is the man who had legal relations with Stormy Daniels. Soooo, think about it. What could be so explicit that Michael Cohen would call it terrible?
          My mind goes to funny places.

  2. Trump has cast himself as the star in his own movie. Reagan used to confuse movie scenes with real life, Trump derives his concocted scripts from movies. I’m surprised he didn’t say that with everything “cocked and loaded,” he suddenly asked the military how many casualties there would be, and when they said 150 or so, he jumped on his jet, flew it out to intercept the planes, and waved them back. His ridiculous story isn’t far from that.

    Trump is the hero of a thousand self-designed movies, written by Trump, acted by Trump, with sets and costumes by Trump, and hundreds of adulating media ready to write the rave reviews. We will soon hear about his saving children from the raging waters while in the middle of sinking the winning putt in his golf match. That people, including many of those paid to report news, actually “report on” these tales, is the really sad part of it all. Tip: every time you see a story from the NYT with the byline of Haberman or Schmidt, or a couple of other flacks there, and the story is about what Trump did or felt; the story, and it is a story, is coming directly from Trump, the master at planting his own self-aggrandizing fables. The faux reporters get Pulitzer Prizes because of access, Trump gets his invented stories purveyed to the public as facts. The story of how this was all set up between Trump and the Times, probably decades ago, would be the real prizeworthy piece of journalism.

  3. Off topic: One-stop shopping at its finest. 😛

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