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The adventures of Hillary and Michelle

March 11, 2010

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“Funny story, Hillary. Yesterday I found a secret stash in one of the White House cabinets that they said hadn’t been used since you and Bill lived there….

“I mean, this was some twisted stuff! I’m talking about a 1.75 liter bottle of creme de menthe, an old VHS set of the entire “Yogi Bear” cartoon series, an ‘I’M WITH STUPID’ t-shirt, a case of Hostess Twinkies…”

HAITI-USA/“That’s SO embarrassing, Michelle! I thought we got rid of all that crap. Can you just toss it out? Except send the Twinkies to me. At my office, of course.”

“Sure thing, Hillary. Listen, you know that really nice scented White House soap? Do they like make us  finish it before we get a new bar?

“Are you kidding, Michelle? You can just keep hiding it in a drawer, and they replace it, up to three bars a day! And don’t even ask me how many White House towels we’ve got!”

“No way! You’re a BAD girl! I still can’t believe we get to use all the ketchup we want and they don’t even bill us! You can’t beat that with a stick!”

“Say Michelle, does that green light mean the microphone is off, or on?”

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and first lady Michelle Obama share a laugh during their participation in the 2010 International Women of Courage Awards at the State Department in Washington, March 10, 2010.

REUTERS photos by Jason Reed

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Oh my gosh Baz you almost gave me away! I’m sitting at my desk giggling like a maniac and people are wondering why. I had to make something up.

:D

E.

Posted by egeria | Report as abusive
 

I think you captured the essence of politics in the U.S. perfectly Mr. B.!

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

Very nice, Spinster, I like the way you think. I’m gonna go ahead and presume you got it exactly right.

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive
 

I am surprised Michelle did not come across the box of Presidental cigars!

Zing!

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

Gee, I thought they were talking about Rahm Emanuel naked in the shower. Wait, that was the conversation in my head…

Posted by kgolden1 | Report as abusive
 

Get help, kgolden, I’m begging you….

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive
 

Michelle: “I just farted.”

Hillary: “Me too!”

(Come on, it made the guys smile.)

Posted by justCAM | Report as abusive
 

Well CAM, I think you just hit rock bottom. I’m not saying I didn’t laugh….

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive
 

“And he was like…”

Posted by CAMson | Report as abusive
 

Hillary: Did you see Sarkozy do that?
Michelle: I did!! Oh, but look, Carla with that musician guy… !!
Hillary: Guess, its mutual then!

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

@justCAM: LOL that was nice :D

Well…It actually looks like Michelle made a rude joke so Hillary had to blush and hide her laughter… so ANY rude joke would do here ;-)

Posted by fwd079 | Report as abusive
 

I don’t get it. I thought your blogs were just fictional reinterpretations. This strikes me as oddly (enough) realistic.

Posted by Bandage | Report as abusive
 

I’m with you on this one, Bandage… I am very concerned about the hostess twinkies, especially as they provide a disloyal competition to Robert’s doughnuts! And, judging from the giggles in the pictures, they are equally effective. Beware, Robert, competition coming your way!

Posted by justM | Report as abusive
 

Michelle looks like she probably snorts when she laughs, Hilary is hiding her embarrassment.

Posted by knit_nurse | Report as abusive
 

Snort snort!!

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

I try not to unca, however you spell it.

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