Is it a breath mint, or is it a candy mint?
ElLagarto ElLagarto
56-60, M
25 Responses Sep 5, 2007


It's candy and a breath mint, it's two, two mints in one.


Are you familiar with the anthology CDs he's released, like the Christmas music CD? Oh dear God - they are somewhere between camp and bad taste - amazing.

The cast of Hairspray is a Who's Who of collectible offbeat eccentrics. From Ruth Brown to Pia Zadora (reading Ginsberg's Howl!!) to Sonny Bono - John Waters - you are killing me! And the dance numbers are too much. "Come on now, let's form a big strong Madison line!"

Talk about your gay icon. You just haven't lived until you've seen the matching outfits worn by Divine and Ricki Waters in the original Hairspray by John Waters. I just lost it. What a great movie - and I am NOT looking forward to the Hollywood retread of the musical - although I don't blame Waters for cashing in after all those years.

I remember stumbling across Paul Lynde as a kid and thinking there was something different about his vibe, his persona, his style of humor. I had no clue what it was but I definitely thought he was funny. I agree also that because his delivery was so idiosyncratic he was considered unique and got away with outrageous stuff that others never could never have managed.<br />
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p.s. I just learned this recently. Did you know that Waylon Flowers and Madame DIED ON THE SAME DAY!! It's just like they say in the rooms, "There's no such thing as coincidences."

I could spend a whole day just randomly using that word in sentences until people figured out what I was doing.<br />
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"Yeah, it's not the heat that gets you, it's the defenestration."<br />
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"Check out my new car, Smedly. On-Star navigational system, Sirius satellite radio, power defenestration front and rear."<br />
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"Oh, my divorce? Yeah, it was pretty bad. Bangin' the entire City Council hurt a lot, but the defenstration - whew - it took a while to get over that!"

You know CG, you and I have so much in common it frightens me sometimes. I try to devote at least half an hour daily to imagining what toilet bowl cleanser tastes like, it's my "quiet time."<br />
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I don't mind when threads go far afield, to me the digressions are frequently more interesting than the stories. Just the other day I started a thread about The Defenstration of Prague and before you could say "Pappa Don't Take No Messin" EPeepers were weighing in on The Treaty of Ghent - it was wild!

I don't know if you ever saw the Ken Russell version of Tommy (with Ann Margaret). But the part of Wicked Uncle Ernie is played to perfection by The Who's drummer, Keith Moon, who just couldn't be more disturbing. There's a scene where he starts removing "contraptions" from a suitcase that is downright hysterical. (I saw it again about a year ago - holds up very well. Ann Margaret is a real pro. No one will be seated during the horrifying baked beans scene!!!)

Perhaps the Paul Lynde family Crest. He really was too much. Didn't he do guest stints as a crazy uncle on Bewitched?

I just got back from lunch in a good mood, 5 ratings all around! Wooooooohooooooo

Well, I am going to chalk this up to experience: You guys are all mad crazy wicked funny.<br />
Oh, Lynde...what a regressive, paranoid and campy charmer...I think NO ONE comes close to Richard Dawson-he just made you feel good...I like watching the old reruns of FF...he will linger over some ladies...three or four kisses...drunk but not pirate swarthy...RAF, maybe...<br />
If could have never had a row with him...

A pixie?

A pixie?

Love it. Game. Set. Match!

Dear Diary: You won't believe what happened today! Shhh, it's a secret! Celainn called me Dahling - Yikes! - with an H!<br />
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When you've got a face that already looks like 40 miles of Georgia back road - a scrunch is just a poor man's botox treatment. :->

Tristan Tzara would have had a rough time working this room.<br />
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Hey! Smebro! There's the criss-cross, the double-cross, the right-cross, the old-rugged cross....

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I did find it beneficial, but I shall be donating instead to the Criss-Cross, if it's all the same to you.<br />
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(And thank you Celainn, for reminding me of the sheltered life I led....must...stop...writing....choking..)

Candy mint, just because it tastes minty, doesn’t mean it'll make your breath smell fresh. Any sugar in it, then it will make your breath worse almost immediately.<br />
Did you find this beneficial? If so please donate to red cross.

You guys it's a commercial for a breath mint not sexual.

I'll bet redheads spark in the dark.<br />
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meg17 - this is a good thread idea - gross kinds of candy.

Does it spark in the dark ?

Thank you meggers17 - finally I can stop agonizing!<br />
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I can't recall ever eating chalk - what does it taste like? Pepto?