Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Feb 23, 2015.
Emptiest ... life ... ever.
I don't get the pride in this. The cat likes to play with a specific toy. Big freakin deal.
"Little things amuse little minds." A favorite quote of mine, from an old "Andy Capp" cartoon.....seems appropriate, here.
So the cat is being a cat.
Oh, how I wish it were a real mouse that the cat's been "playing" with. Sigh...
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Omg Bluebell heard Howard's voice when I turned on the radio and she is now taking ralphie the rat to his office.
Really selling out when you marry a Gunkard for cash.
larry King and Gunkard look like Gargoyles or the Walking Dead and for a certain dollar someone will let them lay on top of them a couple times a week.
Not having a kid is hitting her hard
Don't forget this is a conqueror who Brad Garrett once said was mesmerized by elevator buttons.
...momma beth is teaching the kitty to hunt.
She's a national treasure, Robin. Robin?
She's trying (unsuccessfully) to simulate the mommy/young child experience. There are so many "firsts" that bring a parent joy.
That carpet gives me the skeeves.
She's getting more and more desperate to have a kid and Howard will probably never give in, especially since it would require adoption at this point. This is either going to end in a spectacularly ugly divorce or Howard is going to have to spend the rest of his life and fortune keeping her distracted with vanity projects and expensive material things.
"Ralph the Rat" - Cirella must be thrilled...
She needs professional help ... seriously.
I wonder if that cat understands the concept of shade.
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Beth doesn't listen to the show, Robin. Robin? flush