Liberal Rednecks Visit Gay Nudist Resort [VIDEO]

From Funny Or Die:

Trae Crowder (The Liberal Redneck) recruits his fellow redneck comedians Corey Ryan Forrester and Drew Morgan to perform at “The Gathering”, a gay naturist retreat, only to discover that none of them know what a naturist actually is.

  • TK

    I’ve always thought he was on the hot side, but he cleans up nice. Really cute guy.

    • alguien

      he has gorgeous eyes

  • Tomcat

    He is flirting in dangerous area there. Could get hurt.

  • greenmanTN

    The conversation between Corey and the guy tearing up a bit about acceptance is really quite sweet.

    And Drew is hot. (And a lawyer BTW.)

  • Treant

    “Now we gotta do comedy to wieners.”

    Don’t get me started.

    • tonyg

      I hope it’s a stand-up routine. Thank you. I’ll be here all week.

    • AlternativeQuacks

      For once, I scrolled all the way down before I posted the exact same comment as somebody else.

  • JAKvirginia

    Gives a whole new meaning to stand “up” comedy.

    • tonyg

      You beat me to it.

  • Lazycrockett
    • The_Wretched

      The nominations and confirmation process was an utter joke. While the dems managed to partyline a small number of times, Trump has utter nutjob loyalists in every position and expecially in the intel area. It’s damaging our national security.

  • boobert

    I have several friends who go there all the time. They wanted me to bring the car for the car show up there. How come they’re not all beating off to that red bearded guy playing ping pong ?

  • Galvestonian

    Very Cool – I just love these guys ( or I’d like to ).

  • Publius

    “Naturist”

    Haha. Uh, huh. Any of us who have ever looked at porn knows what that means.

  • TK

    “Oh, hello. I don’t believe I’ve ever had the pleasure of finding a ginger otter comedian so hot before. Nice to meet you”

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ae9bc7fc0ec1aa593cde5d31dc759de07e6d8cf75ec709b3764aa399db4a89f8.jpg

  • hdtex

    That place is a BLAST! I used to go on day trips to hang out at the pool.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    ” Put your weener where you mouth goes ” LOL

  • Proud MOFO Beaner (bkb)

    Drew Morgan (redbeard) is hawt.

  • Bj Lincoln

    Was at something like that years ago for women only. It was liberating to stand naked in a field covered in full moon light.

    • halfwaythere

      Me too! As a fat middle aged queer lesbian feminist (labels? Who, me? ), I miss that terribly.

  • Holy crap. My sister has a cabin near there. I kinda wished I knew that was going on.

  • greenmanTN

    Believe it or not there is a gay β€œnaturist” campground about 40 miles away from me. In Tennessee!

    http://www.timberfell.com

    • djcoastermark

      Been around for years too. I remember hearing about it back in the past century. Never have made it there, yet.

    • DJMTS

      Yep – it’s less than 20 minutes from where I grew up! I’ve never been to that campground though.

    • MichaelJ

      My better half and I camped there over 20 years ago, and we had a great time. I heard it changed ownership but that didn’t change the atmosphere. Being naked wasn’t mandatory, but just about every was naked, at least around the pool.

    • charemor

      Timberfell is a fun place. I have been there 3 or 4 times.

    • Card

      Hey, maybe there needs to be a JMG meet & greet there sometime!

  • shellback

    Something seems to be wrong with my monitor. I’m seeing little cubes in place of…

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Drinking ?

      • shellback

        I wasn’t, but maybe I should start.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Cute

  • Joe in PA

    That’s my friend Dan in the black t-shirt (the host). AND he would provide no “private photos”. He called (at least two of them) hair-less bears. πŸ™‚

  • fuzzybits

    They took an old campgrounds near my sisters and now it’s a clothing optional gay campgrounds. You should’ve seen the letters to the local newspaper when it happened.

    • Treant

      “Men might be fucking in the bushes over there!”

      Let’s hope so.

      • ColdCountry

        Like nobody had ever fucked in the bushes of the old campground….

  • ETownCanuck

    Cute, but call me when there’s an uncensored version πŸ™‚

  • ElenorRigby

    Oh good. We really needed another James Franco type who treats gay men like puppies and the gay community like a funny tourist destination for the entertainment of straight people.

    • djcoastermark

      Oh good golly miss molly, get real.

      • ElenorRigby

        granted he has a lot more street cred because he’s clearly a real supporter… and this is… clearly making more fun of himself than anything else…

  • William

    Ungrounded electrical sockets! I’m horrified.

    • djcoastermark

      Shocking I tell you !

    • Treant

      Welcome to Pennsylvania. Code is not retroactive and you can still find some of the even older electrical outlets around here and there.

      • William

        Houston is the same way. They didn’t require grounding until way late. Houses built in the 70s have two prong outlets.

      • TheManicMechanic

        Knob and tube (try not to giggle) wiring is still in a lot of homes, especially in poorer, rural ‘tucky parts of Pennsyltucky. K&T is the earliest form of electrical wiring in buildings. Unlike the insulated cabling we have today, which brings the wiring to receptacles and switches in a safe, convenient and compact manner, k&t routes the two wires needed to deliver power individually, supported by porcelain knobs nailed into the wooden structure, not unlike the way electricity is still delivered on utility poles, except on a much smaller scale. When the wiring has to pass through wooden framing, holes are drilled and porcelain tubes are inserted, then the wiring passes though the tubes, which act as insulation (wood, even when dry, can still be conductive). The wiring then is attached to the various fixtures, switches and outlets. The earliest electric outlets installed in homes were not the two blade style we use now, but were actually the same sockets used for light bulbs. he few early appliances had a screw-in “plug” that was used to connect them to power. The same Edison screw base we are familiar with even now was used for toasters, lamps, fans, etc, but was also used for fuses too. As you can imagine, having an open socket on the wall was quite dangerous, especially for kids. It only took one curious finger poke to deter people from doing it again, at least if they lived through the first experience. You can see this played out in very old cartoons. These days people would think no one could get zapped by putting their fingers in an electric outlet, they wouldn’t fit. Not in those days…

        Knob and tube wiring is not inherently unsafe or a fire hazard, even in the very early days where most of the wiring didn’t even have insulation. The problems arose as electrical appliances and lamps become more numerous, and the early wiring, which at most was used to operate a few lamps, a fan, and maybe an iron became tasked with trying to supply power to heaters, hot plates, radios, lots more lighting and whatnot. This was more than it was ever expected to handle without multiple feeds (the first homes had one circuit), resulting in blown fuses, which made people put larger fuses to handle the load, and pennies when the biggest fuses kept blowing. The flimsy wiring, attached directly to the wooden structure, and hidden in walls and ceilings, would overheat and nasty things, namely fire, would occur.

        The practice of running wire in conduits (metal pipes) was not originally done for safety, but as a way to run wiring in gas pipes that originally fed gas lighting fixtures.which were updated to run on electricity, leaving the gas for things like stoves and heaters. The side benefit to this was a prevention of fire if the wiring overheated and shorted out, and it also kept people from touching exposed conductors. The initial problem of insulating the wires had to be taken into consideration, the earliest wires used cotton as an insulation, then rubber with a fabric overlay, to be able to run wires together inside a metal pipe. Some cities that had dealt with terrible fires in their history, most notably Chicago, saw the practice of running wires through conduits the best way of preventing fire as the cities were initially being electrified, still require premises to have wiring installed via this method, despite simpler and just as effective means being introduced, like the insulated cables we used today. Granted, the piping requirement was also used to ensure work for various powerful unions of the time, but that’s another discussion. πŸ˜‰

        (You taught me about soapmaking today, I’m returning the favor somewhat!) πŸ˜‰

        • Treant

          Thanks!

          My grandfather had a fuse box with the bulb-based screw. Even in the 1970’s, it seemed…quaint, and a bit dangerous, particularly if you accidentally grasped the edges of the metal when you plugged it in.

          It went live, you became a moderate-resistance link across the connection, and it hurt. A lot.

          Frankly, I wonder why we don’t have GFCI circuits everywhere, just the ones inside should be far less sensitive…

          • TheManicMechanic

            GFCIs are being required in more areas these days, and with the requirements for installing AFCI breakers (arc-fault circuit interrupters, breakers designed to sense arcing that happens when frayed wires are just beginning to short-circuit, for example, or when a cable is punctured by a nail inside a wall) in bedrooms and other living areas, greater protection is coming. It’s possible to combine the functions of a GFCI and AFCI into a single device, and this will likely become the norm in the near future just because its simpler to have one device for all uses. Early AFCI devices had a tendency to be overly sensitive and would trip when powering motorized appliances like vacuum cleaners, but like the early GFCIs also having more nuisance tripping in the past then they do now, technology evolves, the devices become more sophisticated and reliable, as well as cheaper.

          • Treant

            I just cobbled together a 20ma blue LED light running on 2 AA batteries to stick atop the robotic lawnmower. It’s dark and I have trouble finding her.

            πŸ™‚

  • gaycuckhubby

    OT… for us sportsball fans. Robbie Rogers has retired at 30 πŸ™
    He was the openly gay, two time MLS Cup winning soccer player for the LA Galaxy.

  • boobert

    The things hanging from the men are one thing, but that snake on the ground would send me packing real fast !

    • Treant

      Again, welcome to Pennsylvania, particularly the Poconos. πŸ™‚

      The snakes are usually pretty chill about humans. Just don’t annoy a rattlesnake, that’ll be a few days that aren’t much fun if the snake decides to inject poison when it bites.

      • boobert

        I just killed a small garter one with an umbrella that got in the storage shed . I don’t mind them when I see them . But I jump 10 feet when they sneak up on me.

        • fuzzybits

          Nooooo!

        • Treant

          I’ve had those hanging off my hands when I garden. I usually relocate when necessary, after they decide to stop biting me.

          I won’t kill them; they take care of some problematic insects.

          It’s the black snakes that occasionally scare me. They can be up to six feet long…and completely harmless to humans. They know you’re a hunter, far bigger than they are, and definitely not happy that they’re in your airspace.

          • boobert

            My dad was 100 times worse. He always had a little 38 with him when he cut the grass . He would unload on them.

          • fuzzybits

            My brother in law looked at me and laughed when I went off about the veal calves at the farm across the road from them.

          • stuckinthewoods

            We’ve had black snakes that size get in the basement. You just have to quickly grab them behind the head, they wrap around your arm, and out the door.

          • boobert

            No fucking way is that gonna happen ! lol

          • Treant

            I find that talking to the snake and explaining the inconvenience generally works. Then just point out the way to exit and all is good.

          • Gretchen

            Before I was born, my parents lived on my paternal great grandparents’ farm in old house built prior to the civil war. It didn’t even have a plumbing. What it did have were two black snakes that my mother claimed were so long that they would crawl onto the back of her sofa and stretch from end to end. According to family lore, my maternal grandmother personally moved all their things from that house into a rental while my mother was in labor with me. So goes the tale that Mom didn’t mind the snakes because “they kept the rats away,” but Grandma was having no part of her first granddaughter living in a house with snakes.

        • Treant

          I just realized I come across as Friend To All Living Things.

          This is roundly true. Your mileage may vary, and that’s OK…

          • fuzzybits

            I get grief all the time for capturing bugs in the house and setting them free.

          • medaka

            Friends of mine would use a CD case to capture mosquitoes mid-air and release them outside. Ahimsa.

          • ColdCountry

            I don’t go that far. Big spiders in the bath tub are also not welcome. (Why are there big spiders in bath tubs? WHY?)

          • boobert

            I am mostly , but I hate critters in the house, car or shed ! If I can get them out with a broom , I will.

        • djcoastermark

          What I want to know, Is what were you doing in a shed with an umbrella ? Oh the visions of beating that poor thing to death with an um ber ella ella dancing in my head , the screams, oh the screams. (kidding, not a fan of sneaky snakes either)

          • fuzzybits

            I’ve had people tell me they don’t like cats because they’re sneaky.

          • stuckinthewoods

            My sister in law says exactly that. “If only”, I reply.

          • boobert

            The other car is in a storage unit. I went to get it and one fell on me when I opened the door. I tried to chase it out , but it wouldn’t go. I only had a sunshade and umbrella in the other car and I didn’t want it to get inside.

          • djcoastermark

            Ok, if that’s the story you want to tell. πŸ˜‰

          • PickyPecker

            I dunno. I’m sortof getting a Gene Kelly vibe….
            http://nerdist.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/sitr4-082315.gif

          • boobert

            It was pretty horrible. Hubby traded in the car a week later cause he thought it had babies in it . lol

          • djcoastermark

            Now that’s funny.

          • halfwaythere

            I pictured babies. Like babies.

      • The real snake danger in PA is copperheads.

        They’re lethal, aggressive…and they don’t make a noise before striking.

  • PickyPecker

    OT: Today (Nov. 7th) marks the 50th anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act, signed by President Lyndon Johnson.

    The Act created the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and paved the way for the establishment of PBS and NPR, expanding the network of local broadcasters into every corner of our country to serve all Americans, especially unserved and underserved.

    Johnson spoke of the potential of public broadcasting to satisfy β€œAmerica’s appetite for excellence” and β€œenrich man’s spirit.”

    Five decades later, that vision continues to guide the work of public media stations and organizations across the country.
    https://scontent-ort2-2.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/23319210_1157701874364649_3626200196711185302_n.jpg?oh=e5747762a3b94927f3d5078dbdcb8cab&oe=5AA25BD8

    • fuzzybits

      I have to say we have a good NPR station here.

      • PickyPecker

        I adore my NPR station and listen to it all day into evening.

      • Strepsi

        personal taste, I dislike the “NPR voice”.
        Cecily Strong nails it (and posting because this makes me lol”
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATXbJjuZqbc

    • greenmanTN

      Has Trump tried to kill it yet?

      • fuzzybits

        Give it time.

      • jerry

        I think all Public Broadcasting and National Endowment for Arts funding is gone in latest GOP budget.

        • Cattleya1

          Because that money will do so much more good in the pockets of the 1%.

          • Nowhereman

            …Who then park it in an offshore bank to be laundered and used to buy their congress and whitehouse for the next election cycle. Lather, Reince, repeat.

    • Lance W.

      Read Lyndon’s Carnegie Commission Report on the future of educational broadcasting ( the report re-named PUBLIC broadcasting. It called for independent funding. Congress refused, and inserted CPB in the process, with money appropriated by Congress and allocated by the President, who appointed the CBP Board. So….the potential of political interference from the start. Very early on, President Nixon attempted to take over the programming of PBS and NPR because he didn’t like some of the programming. Public broadcasting fought back and the result was a further bastardized system in which public funding went from Congress directly to stations which in turn funded PBS and NPR. Stations had differing raison’s de etre–state systems, local school systems, college systems, big city publicly supported systems. The need to raise money had two effects: lots of conservatives on local station boards (banks, corporations, etc. for fund-raising purposes tended to make the more conservative) but also helped reject Nixon’s attempted tale-over ofprogramming – local boards, no matter how conservative, were protective of their local stations. But the Nixon threat had the effect of making public broadcasting (especially television ) be for more conservative than the Carnegie Commission intended. Read the book and you will see the discouraging difference between the vision and the subsequent reality. The arts (music, cooking, British and some American drama) and nature and non-provocative science flourished. Missing: hard hitting documentaries on controversial issues. Bill Moyers’ “Essay on Watergate” was a remarkable exception. So were the Watergate Hearings.

    • eddie beskeddie

      And then there’s Fox news.

  • bkmn

    Pictures (that I took) or it didn’t happen.

  • TrueWords
    • licuado de platano

      It breaks my heart to see Florida so sad.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
    • fuzzybits

      When we went today there were only a couple people there voting. Hopefully more after work.

      • Joe in PA

        I worked the polls from 7am till 11…we had a great turnout, especially for a off-off year. Judges and a constitutional amendment (property taxes probably them out)

        • PickyPecker
          • Joe in PA

            πŸ™‚ Nope, I was volunteering for FairdistrictsPA.com (anti-gerrymandering effort). People were quite receptive. But I was out in the 40 degree weather for 4 hours. Brrrr. I was so cold that when I dropped papers I had the hardest time bending over…I was so stiff. πŸ™

            Unfortunately, two of the judicial candidates had folks working, I had to stand next to them, and yup you guessed it, the (R) was a big ol’ racist. The “I don’t have a problem with black people–but…” type. He even got in an anti-semite comment in. Good grief.

    • Todd20036

      Beautiful!

    • Stogiebear

      Thanks for the reminder. I was voter #77 in my precinct. Bunch of damned amendments to the Texas constitution. Voted ‘no’ on all of them.

      • Mike__in_Houston

        Well, we canceled each other out because I voted “yes” on all of them. I live outside the city limits and I thought that maybe the city dwellers got to vote on some actual people, but maybe not…

  • Ninja0980

    Never been to one.
    Only because I’m a klutz and I would trip over something in the first five minutes.
    And with no clothes to protect you..ouch.

    • jerry

      Having grown up in one of the most bio-diverse regions on the planet (Appalachia), I’ve learned not to be overly exposed out in the woods…even well-manicured campgrounds–the variety of blood-sucking insects is astounding. There’s a gay campground 20 miles from my house, and I’ve never been. Another one is around 100 miles–clothing-optional, male-only–same way.

      • RKitty01

        Roseland?

        • jerry

          Roseland is (did google map) 85 miles north of me. Long Fork is 20ish miles.

          • RKitty01

            I’m down the road from Roseland

          • jerry

            In Marshall County still, or Wetzel?

          • RKitty01

            Tyler

          • jerry

            I was actually through Tyler last year…sister picked me up at Pittsburgh airport and we came back Rt. 2. First time I’d been there since HS. We used to play (at different times) Tyler, Sistersville, Paden City, Valley Wetzel in football…I was from Wirt County.

            Have you been to Roseland? I doubt I would vacation there, cause I usually go to Ptown, NYC, or other major cities for Pride or other LGBT festivities, but it looks interesting.

          • RKitty01

            cool; I was a band fag for a couple of years; good old Sistersville High

          • jerry

            Yes, I was in Wirt Band, and later at WVU. Went to (and won) Oil & Gas Festival a couple times. Now I cringe when the HS band is playing.

          • RKitty01

            when were you at WVU? I was there from 86-88 and then from 92-93 or roughly around that time

          • jerry

            I was there 81-85…escaped with an undergrad degree before the alcohol killed me. Actually, I had a lot of fun in college. DoubleDecker was the gay bar on Walnut…occasional weekend trips going out in Pittsburgh.

          • RKitty01

            I never went to the DD. I looked about 12 so I doubt they would have let me in. I drank with friends.

          • jerry

            Well, by the time I left WVU, the drinking age had gone to 21 rather than 18…which eventually killed off all the bars in Sunnyside. I started going out in Parkersburg a few months before I turned 16…they hardly checked IDs at that time. After the raise in the age limit, they really cracked down on underage people in bars.

          • RKitty01

            I almost got arrested in Krebs Park; there was a group of us and the cops saw us drinking; they took the beer but made us pour out the wine coolers LOL

          • jerry

            I was living in Sunnyside when we beat OK in football–Jeff Hostetler’s first game–and a bonfire on University Ave. was scorching the electric lines. After that, Morgantown put in place an open-container law. Previously, you could walk down the street with a drink. They also redistricted Sunnyside as residential, so no new liquor licenses. But we were mostly beer drinkers then anyway.

            You were lucky that Krepps Park wasn’t in Star City…they were notoriously corrupt. I knew people who got arrested for public intox there who didn’t even drink.

          • RKitty01

            sounds about right for Star City

          • RKitty01

            Never been to Roseland; just not my scene; I don’t do camping

          • jerry

            Yeah, I had enough of that growing up.

  • another_steve

    Pennsylvania is such a gorgeous state. At this time of the year, particularly.

    But schizophrenic. Get your shit together, Pennsylvanians.

    Decide what century you guys want to live in.

  • DaddyRay

    Back in the day I belongs to Chicago Area Nudist Sons (CANS). It is true that after the first 10 minutes you don’t even notice everyone is naked and you connect on a different level.
    One of the most humorous things we did was go Naked Bowling. When we arrived at the bowling alley it was still open to the public. The announcement was made that there was a private event and everyone would have to leave. Once they put paper up over the windows and locked the front door they told us we start undressing. We were just about to get started and two girls came out of the women’s restroom and started hooting and hollering. They didn’t stay to join us but they had absolutely no issues with what we were doing and had a good laugh with us.

    • Lars Littlefield

      That’s something I miss. We didn’t have nude bowling, but we had drag bowling in SLC during the 80s. My friend Terry, AKA Shirley Ewejest, was a plant. He’d been a professional bowler as a teenager and always bowled a 270 to 300 each game. There was something truly wonderful hanging out with a bunch of drag queens, soaking up pitchers of 3.2% alcohol beer and tripping over our shoe laces. When Terry became Shirley he was a dead ringer for a warmed over, chain-smoking version of Angie Dickinson in her 50s. Then there was Magna, an odd little opera queen who would break out in song every time he made a strike. (sigh)

  • Ninja0980

    To touch I what I said below, I do expect to go to a nudist camp or beach someday.
    If nothing else because the hubby has no objections to being naked (not that I complain) and would love to go there.

    • djcoastermark

      Like others have said, after a few minutes, it’s not a big deal. Surprising how quick one adapts. The only word of advice I would offer if it’s a beach or poolside, is bring a strong spf sunscreen for certain parts if they are virgins to the sun. Sunburn on certain parts is not a lot of fun.

      • ColdCountry

        And do not forget your feet!

        • John30013

          Yes, definitely bring your feet! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

          • ColdCountry

            Lol! Most certainly!

    • Phil2u

      I was about 50 years old when I first went to a nudist campground, as a day guest, and I entered quite nervously. It took about 10 minutes before I was perfectly comfortable. Two weekends later, I took the tent and spent a weekend; had a great time. The camp closed unfortunately as the owners aged into a phase where the maintenance was more than they wanted to deal with. It was sold to a chain.

  • stuckinthewoods

    The novelty of being naked in the woods wore off quick. If that is not one’s every day option, it may sound interesting but ticks, poison ivy, etc temper the novelty fast. But that’s a campsite, so probably groomed of dangers.

    • ColdCountry

      Sunburn. And let’s hope they got all the nettles weeded out.

  • DaddyRay

    Great respect that they didn’t turn around and drive home.

    • Lars Littlefield

      Two blonde girls from Santa Monica decided to go to Disneyland.
      Driving down the 405 they saw a sign that said, “Disneyland Left.”
      So, they turned around and went home.

      • Joe in PA

        Lars, Lars, Lars…how long have you been waiting for the opportunity to use that joke? πŸ™‚

        • Lars Littlefield

          It’s a sunny afternoon. I’m on the back porch recovering from the buzz acquired over lunch. πŸ˜€

      • ColdCountry

        Uh, oh. Button pushed. Just what, exactly, does being a blond girl have to do with your joke? How, exactly, are blond jokes different from any other minority bashing joke?

        I do want you to know that I think that joke is funny, BUT, not as presented. My test is, if you take out the minority designation, is it still funny? If it is, then take out the minority designation before telling it. Please.

        An outstanding example of this was that Geico add, “so easy even a cave man could do it,” where the caveman was talking to the psychologist and she was all, “but why does this bother you?” And he answered, “What if I said, so easy even a psychologist could do it?” And she said, “That wouldn’t make any sense.” BINGO!! Too bad her light didn’t go on.

        BLONDE WOMEN ARE NOT STUPID JUST BECAUSE THEY ARE BLONDE AND/OR WOMEN, AND MINORITY/RACE/GENDER/RELIGION/ETC BASHING ISN’T FUNNY.

        /rant by blonde women who has had to deal with this bullshit for over 60 years

        • UrsusArctos 🐻

          I feel your pain. Having a southern accent comes with baggage, just like being blonde. That said, It’s also a powerful tool if you chose to use it. I can’t count the times I have profited from playing “GO ahead and think my IQ is room temperature because you think I sound like the love child of Foghorn Leghorn and Paula Dean”. *grin* and HUGS

          • ColdCountry

            Yes! In fact, Trae has addressed that very issue. That is one that I myself have to be aware of, WASP that I am. {{{hugs back}}}

        • Lars Littlefield

          LOL! Sure. I agree. But I’m, stuck in the third grade and will probably remain so. “Don’t blame me! Blame society!”

          • ColdCountry

            I know you’re not “one of those assholes,” but it bugs me that even some people who would never DREAM of telling an ethnic joke, will tell all kinds of blonde jokes. They just don’t see the connection. That joke could easily be told as just “two people” – because it is funny – and they don’t have to be blondes, or Pollocks, or Frogs, or Wops, or whoever. And don’t I love that those terms are becoming extinct!! All those easy, common ethnic and racial slurs I heard in my childhood are passing into obscurity AT LAST! And blonde jokes need to go with them. πŸ™‚

          • Lars Littlefield

            Don’t bet money on me not being an asshole. The jury is still out. But I understand sympathize. And I do know better. I really do. But as you can see, I do suffer from some fatal flaws.

          • ColdCountry

            We are none of us perfect, and we can all be assholes from time to time. Even I have been known to be one… once or twice… maybe… today….

          • Lars Littlefield

            πŸ˜€ You’re not an asshole. You’re not an asshole. You’re not an asshole. πŸ˜€

          • ColdCountry

            Aw, that’s the sweetest thing anyone has ever said to me.

        • greenmanTN

          Dolly Parton: Dumb blond jokes never bothered me because I knew I wasn’t dumb. I also knew I wasn’t really a blond. 😁

          • ColdCountry

            I love Dolly, but I would ask, So I guess ethnic jokes didn’t bother you either? (I know, I have no sense of humor about some things.) I had a co-worker who used to tell blonde jokes and she said it was OK because she was a blonde. I responded, “so you have permission to speak for every blonde in the world?” She stopped, which frankly surprised me. She actually got it, right there, right then. Of course, she wasn’t dumb.

          • Strepsi

            DON’T EVEN TRY FOR ONE SECOND TO COME FOR DOLLY

          • ColdCountry

            Lol! No worries. I think she’s great.

        • clay

          Mom was a blonde woman. She triple majored in Biology, Physical Education, and Kinesiology (they’re related fields, but still not identical requirements) in the late ’40s. She did that in four years, while lettering in bowling, and making money off of guys stupid enough to bet against her when she went drag racing. She went on to earn her Masters in Education while working as a taxi driver. The last 15 years of her career she was the Head of her own school.

          She always thought of herself as dumb. I blame her (also blonde) father for telling her that from the beginning.

          • Bruce Freeman Dale Gruber

            Thanks for sharing. You should be very proud of her. She sounds like a remarkable woman. You got some good roots there!

          • ColdCountry

            Damn, man! That just blows me away – and she thought she was dumb? I wish I’d known her, she sounds awesome.

  • fuzzybits
    • PickyPecker

      Your ‘Vancouver Centennial’ geranium (on the right) can easily be brought indoors and overwintered as a house plant.

      • fuzzybits

        Yea,we have before. It can stay outside for awhile on the porch.

        • Joe in PA

          I love that fuchsia colored geranium. Nice.

        • TuuxKabin

          I’ve made.a tincture with a lemon scented geranium, and lemon balm as well. Both very nice as a fusion in vodka. Especially the lemon balm.

          • edrex

            i made lemon balm simple syrup a few years back. was lovely with nearly everything, esp. gin.

          • TuuxKabin

            “esp. gin.” Honay . . . !!! what a great idea. gettin’ on that tomorrow, cut things way back and start reducing ’em down to simple syrup. Thank you. How is it with dark chocolate?

          • edrex

            suprisingly, i’m not sure i’ve paired them. yet. currently having a nibble of choco. with a pretty decent portuguese red. enjoying the election excitement, listening to jazz on npr and preparing for bed. sweet dreams.

          • TuuxKabin

            Choco, cacao, such a good match with a decent bloody red Portuguese, Spanish, Italian or Sicilian red is heaven sent, thank you very much. Also goes well with tequila blanco. My favorite match up. Shouldn’t have done the hit last night. Kind of kept me from sleeping well. But, come on. It’s cacao. For us gods!

          • ColdCountry

            Rose geranium sherbet is awesome.

          • TuuxKabin

            jayzus, just those three words is awesome. Thanks for the tip!

          • ColdCountry

            I’ve lost the recipe, but I’m sure the internetz can find one. I only made it once. My best friend was allergic to geraniums, so I couldn’t share it as I felt funny leaving her out. But it was awesome.

          • TuuxKabin

            That’s where I found the tincture recipe, not too different from what you described. I’m bringing in the geraniums, lavender, rosemary, thyme and oregano, devise a ventilation system for them to avoid mite and other infestations in warm still settings. I know what you mean, ‘leaving’ someone out of something so enjoyable, but they can’t enjoy with us.

          • ColdCountry

            My plants are in; we’re getting regular hard frosts, now. They live in the living room, which has a ceiling fan, and seem to do pretty well.

            Another yummy thing that I haven’t made for about 20 years, but I think I still have the recipe for, is vanilla ice milk doctored up with Johnny Walker and cardamom. Oh, my, but that is GOOD.

          • Waarki

            That’s what artemesia is for

          • fuzzybits

            Sounds good. πŸ™‚

          • TuuxKabin

            It’s a lil’ fuzzybits off heaven.

      • Joe in PA

        I’ve not had luck with that variety in VA…I should try it in PA. Oh, and BTW, it is going to be 21 degrees on Thursday. Yikes, that 200lb pot of geraniums is gotta come in. Arrgh.

        • PickyPecker

          Emptied and brought in 32 pots of varied sizes yesterday and put them in garage storage. Still more to do outside, but at least I made a dent in the tasks.
          Supposed to be about the same temps here…BRRRR. Hoping for Indian Summer.

          • ColdCountry

            We HAD our Indian Summer. It’s November. Not that it hasn’t been unusually warm… so far….

      • Silver Badger

        I quite bringing geraniums in because they are so messy. The blooms are nice, but the constant clean up of spent blossoms was tedious.

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          Consider a house boy

        • Waarki

          You sound like some of my bitchy clients up on the hill in Santa Barbara that would have me bud prune all the camellias out on the patio because of the mess from the petals when they shatter

          • Silver Badger

            On the patio is one thing. In my apartment is quite another.

    • ColdCountry

      There is one, lone, black-eyed susan blooming – on a very short stalk – by my neighbor’s raspberry patch. Almost as big around as it is tall, but very lovely.

      ETA: Also have about a dozen blossoms on one rose.

    • hudson11

      The colour combination of the geraniums is making my eyes sizzle and pop. Pretty vibrant.

  • fuow

    I so needed this.

  • GayOldLady

    These guys are the greatest.

  • Deviancy Behavir

    That sexy gingerbeard guy could get it though. Trae could always get it.

    • Talisman

      That’s Drew Morgan. Unfortunately, he’s married to a woman. Drew was previously a public defender before becoming a comedian.

      The shorter, heavier guy is Corey, and he’ s recently become engaged (to a woman). Corey’s lifelong dream was to be a comedian, and so he’s living his dream.

      • Natty Enquirer

        Lots of sexy gingerbeards are married to women.

      • clay

        From Corey’s stage act, he has wired nipples.

  • Talisman

    The guys interviewed the leader of the GNI on episode 29 of their WellRED podcast.

    http://wellredpodcast.libsyn.com/the-boys-hang-with-rabbit-aka-ms-pat

  • boobert

    I was naked in the woods once, doing it with the neighbor boy. I was so exited ,that I never realized we were in poison ivy. I remember my parents asking how I got it all over. I couldn’t answer honestly.lol.

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      what about the neighbor boy ?

      • boobert

        My first love was also naked and covered from head to toe. His parents didn’t know I had it and mine didn’t know he had it . Sadly , he didn’t have the courage to leave the midwest with me and turned to drugs. He died of an overdose/suicide.

        • Mikey

          I can’t “thumb up” that.. it’s just too sad πŸ™
          I’m really sorry.

          • hudson11

            im upping you cuz i agree, way too sad..

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          sorry to hear that πŸ™

        • Ogre Magi

          damn, I was laughing when I read your first post. Now I feel like crying

          • boobert

            I’m very happy with my hubby and in for life. But a first love always holds a special place. One of my biggest wishes is to be a time traveler. Not to change things, just to observe.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Not that’s a palette cleanser I can definitely enjoy.

  • blackstar
  • Slippy_World
  • rednekokie

    Every episode of Trey gets better and better. This was no exception.

  • Justandra

    You can listen to their whole interview with that guy on their podcast called wellred. They have some fun podcasts.

  • Funny. Poignant. Moving.

    Saw these guys when they were in Phoenix last January. Cry-laughing by the end of the show.

    Corey & Drew have some nice junk in da trunk. ;-P

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/577289f1e4222dd8b4e1bc152b333c114bd48ae260310d34d4cc487fda9e452a.png

    • clay

      SPOILER!

      (joking)

  • motordog

    lol…NEVER clicked open a tab so fast! XD

  • Richard B

    That was funny and it reminded me how awkward it was first time I went to a nude beach.
    I fondly remember our first visit to Black’s Beach in La Jolla, CA.
    If one was thinking about getting naked with a bunch of people, Black’s is one gorgeous place to consider getting naked.
    On a busy summer day, thousands of people could be on the beach in their birthday suits.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/781f5ec5f00b8eea8063118896af50ad98e2f4c5ba29cf30f567f02755e72221.png
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/54a55e1dad2b01215501a025f2c3956792d60daf3bdac4c1c7590dcd4a8c452c.png

    • stevenj

      Have had friends in San Diego for 30 years. There have been summers where I felt like I lived at Black’s Beach. Best consistent body surfing beach I’ve ever swam at. Only downside (never had a problem with the hike down or back up that steep cliff) is those pesky sting rays. Been stung 3 times – knew to shuffle in and once even wearing tevas. Definitely ruins your day at the beach. But had so many great days of sand and surf there.

  • Do Something Nice

    Damn, that was adorable!

  • Mikey

    “You want to get nekid and play ping-pong?” “Hell yeah.”
    Funniest line.
    I loved this, it even brought tears to my eyes.

  • johnn

    gni is an awesome experience ive gone many times its a great space and tons of fun..

  • Puck

    He is sooooo hot!!!

  • My2Cents

    LMAO! Great job guys!

  • Kissmagrits

    Looks like the bitch filter is down this mornin’………

  • Nowhereman

    I am so glad I watched that! Trae Crowder gives me hope. It was great to meet his partners, too.

  • Can we say “tease”? I think Trae is just ADORABLE. Thought (wished) he’d be naked the whole time.