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The best dumb stuff from May…

June 4, 2009

Once again, the top-five most popular posts in this blog for May reflect the diverse interests of our readers.

We’ve got sports – okay, lingerie football, but that still counts.  We’ve got romance in the form of the smoking brides and the marriage countdown bra.

We have parenting, reflected by the visitor who tried changing her baby on a bench at the White House, and fashion is represented by the very worst outfit in the entire history of the world.

Heck, with all that, how could anybody NOT read this blog? If you have any friends who aren’t yet regular readers, send them this selection.

Remember what we say, “Friends don’t let friends not read this blog.”

The top five posts for May were:

5. The wide world of lingerie?

4. “You may now kiss the bride.” “No thanks.”

3. The worst outfit in the history of earth?

2. Change at the White House, baby!

And the most popular blog post of the month!

1. Maybe the worst idea ever?

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Model displays new “Konkatsu Bra”, literally meaning “marriage hunting” bra. The characters on the bra read, “now hunting for a husband”.
REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

A military usher suggests to a guest a better location than the crosshall of the White House to change a baby’s diaper before an event in the East Room in Washington, May 1, 2009. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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Who cares about the bra. She is HOT! She could wear anything she wants.

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