1/12/2009

I'll Just Say It Involves a Ketchup Bottle

I long for a sweeter time when women didn't have to open their own damn ketchup bottles. We have to do that sh&% by ourselves now. Damn you Del Monte!!!





PS-Did that make you laugh, Kerrie?

15 comments:

Eudea-Mamia said...

Oh. My.

Don't chip those nails, sweetheart.

Where in the hell did you find that?!?! I feel like I just fell into an episode of "Mad Men."

Awesome.

ModernMommy said...

My response to del monte "Ya I'll open the ketchup bottle right after I open my fist on your face!"

kickassmom said...

HeHe, thanks. Now, those pickles....

Quirkyloon said...

What? Hasn't Billy Mays pitched a sale for those rubber cloth grippers? Where would be without Billy Mays?

Maybe we should start a collection fund for you. We don't want you messing up your perfectly manicured nails!

LOL

Granny Annie said...

I don't remember my mother being offended. She was too busy to worry about liberation! Maybe she was softly whispering
"discrimination" in my ear at night.

Scobberlotcher said...

We've come a long way, Baby!

unfortunate names said...

of course a woman could open it, what do you think all that momma's little helpers meth was for back then?

ReformingGeek said...

Shhhh. Let's not tell the men some of the things we can do. It might scare them.

Lee the MWOB Queen said...

I can't open shit anymore. Ever since I had kids, I swear my grip is gone. I have to ask my man to open every new screw-off top thing for me. And he uses his big strong muscles to open whatever and I just stand and ewwww and awwww over him and well, let's just say it all works out. : -)

Oh and how appropos? My word verification below is "bigroc."

hee hee!!

The Self-Deprechaun said...

Or you can have your flamboyant asian friend open it for you.

TuTu's Bliss said...

Fun blog, great pic.

kittyconcerto.com said...

So is paying for your own sh!t. I mean what is the point of having a nice set of knockers if drooling men won't pay for all of your stuff???

SWC said...

I long for a time when eyebrows that bushy would not be considered obscene! Man, that would sure save me from worrying about getting to the salon.

blueviolet said...

That's just outrageously delightful that they designed a cap just for women.

STACI said...

If I didn't know better, I would think that's my grandmother in the picture. She's of that generation who believes that only a man can do anything that involves the least bit of strength. It's probably why she buys ketchup with flip-up tops.