I don't care what you say it's made of, Grandpa, I don't wanna cuddle it.
Oh, was this a "you write the caption" entry?
sure, give it a shot dzienkowski.
who has the dirty mind
How can I help you, Janice?
I love the Fremont Market. The gorgeous little glass pot pipe I purchased there last spring is among my most prized possessions.
fnarf -maybe you need a better active sex life - less projections onto pencil drawings - better mental and physical health for you
seattle is a very OK city with personal sexual stuff. and it is OK to be active at your age
all grandpas are not molesters - fyi
I saw that poster at the market and remembered it from my elementary school in the 80s. I think there were a whole set of posters with stories printed on the back, each with a molesty theme.
I clearly remember being really weirded out by the one pictured, which was about how the little girl doesn't like being tickled by her uncle or grandfather and had to learn to assertively tell him to quit it. I understood that there was SOMETHING going on in the story other than tickling, because why would we be spending time in school learning about tickling? But what could it be? Did it have something to do with those creepy ads where Ricky Schroeder told us that it shouldn't hurt to be a kid and that we shouldn't be afraid to tell someone, only he never said what we should be telling them about?
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