Youve Come a Long Way Baby

Time for the funniest thing I’ve seen today serendipitously, my favorite way.

Let’s face it, in light of the detainments at JFK airport in NYC this morning, we need to find some humor.

I looked up the meaning of Bae as a name, not even thinking about the modern slang term, and here’s what I found, at Urban Dictionary.

Bæ/bae is a Danish word for poop. Also used by people on the internet who think it means baby, sweetie etc.

 

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When I think of all the young people using that term of endearment in my own town, I just can’t control the laughter. Oh, if they only knew.

Of course, in slang, it means your beloved, or it’s just short for baby.

As an acronym, it stands for

Before Anyone Else.

Yes indeedy Bae,

you’ve come a long way baby –

from poop to a term of endearment.

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Without a Goddess

In light of the recent and more than noteworthy Women’s March that has just about broken the internet this week, and in honor of the necessary process of waking up women everywhere, I’d like to share a humorous sentence I read on a blog that was written in 2011, in honor of Sacagawea.

You show me a religion without a Goddess, I’ll show you a praise and worship team full of exhausted females.  (From the Gods are Bored)

 

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Sacagawea

Sacagawea was a Shoshone Indian who traveled with the Lewis and Clark expedition from 1804-1806.