Thursday, July 26, 2007


EOH'er, I CAUGHT YOU! LOL!

To the dingbat who emailed me about my swimsuit comment....

Before you beat me up and lest you think my moment of serene floatiness lasted more than five seconds, do you see the small child on the ladder, in the DEEP end? She was supposed to be in the shallow end. I was off that raft faster than (fill in your own sexual innuendo here, it's too early for my brain and this is a family blog.)








25 comments:

mcewen said...

I was looking for the dingback comment as I assumed it was from your good friend and mine, 'anon,' but I couldn't find it.

Nipped over to HP - great post.

The the swimming costume - could be a lucrative second career [or third!]
Cheers

Amanda said...

Is that really you on the lilo?? That is SOOOO unfair! I want a bikini bod like that! (Thank the Lord my husband is a lover of curves!!)
I was encouraged by John's comments as we have now got the hang of looking at things from the autistic view point ie what's in it for me? and the world is a far more fun place to be

Who's got time to eat? said...

WIFM = autism? Who knew! LOL! The email was sent to my gmail account and has been DELETED!

Matt-Man said...

Kim, I just wanted you to know that I thank you for stopping by and that I feel bad for you in regards to your previous post. I just didnt comment because there was nothing I could add. Howerver if that is you in the pool. Yum-Oh!! Even if it is not you, I admire your strength.

Kim Stagliano said...

Hello, Matt Man! Always a treat to have you pop in! Yeah, I was truly bumming yesterday. So today I turned it into a Huffington Post piece. Lemonade, you know? And yes, that is sickly white me in the pool. Thanks for the compliment. I had an email dare about my swimsuit comment sent to me and I had to respond...

Drama Mama said...

You.
Are.
Hot.

Work it, Mama!

John Elder Robison said...

What was the swimsuit thing?

admirer of belle curves said...

Ahhh, thank you. I needed a new screen saver.

Kim Stagliano said...

John, I wrote in my Mia post and my Huffington Post, "I don't want to hear how fat you look in a swim suit and that you hate summer. I look great in a swim suit. Wanna swap?" Then the email came in - challenging my assertion.

It's EASY to look good lying down though so I cheated! Everything irons out! LOL.

Soggy in scotland said...

Have slightly given up dragging the kids kicking and screaming in to my world so have been sucked into theirs....new mantra "never try to out manipulate your mother" (previous mantra "never try to out stubborn your mother") Unfortunately (for some!) it has been known for me to get stuck in "autistic mode" when I really shouldn't be
PS still hate you for looking THAT good in a bikini and having the weather to wear it ;)

Kim Stagliano said...

Scottish lassie, you wanna swap? Oh, that doesn't have much pull with you does it? :) Send me some good Scots scones and clotted cream, I'll start bulking up.

Amanda said...

On the basis I only have to look in two directions not three I'll keep my cloudy rainy weather thanks all the same! VERY happy with my curves (and so's my hubby!) so no deal. Sorry. But then there are just some days when I'd love to be able to wear a skimpy little number without falling out of it as I leg it after one disaster or another

Kim Stagliano said...

I look the same lying down as standing up - stickish! Oh well, my hubby is happy too. And in the autism world, with its startling divorce rate, I'd say you and I fortunate. I'd still like a scone. Keep the haggis.

Amanda said...

Mail me your address and it's yours! Can't say the same for clotted cream, that's from the West Country, about 15 hours drive away!

Stacy said...

Well, at least she's all right. Kids will be kids.

I too am jealous of your bikini bod. And you claim to eat doughnuts! :)

The Anti-Wife said...

I had a body like that - about 30 years ago! Sigh!

admirer of belle curves said...

I had a body like that too. Then it dumped me for some other guy.

Belle said...

Her loss.

Ahvarahn said...

Well now. I'll admit Speedo’s look like the twisty thing to keep bread fresh on me, but how I manage to stand in them with my centre of gravity still confounds scientists.

I’ll restrain myself from commenting on your picture here in case I ever bump into Mr. Mark and he goes all dannypatridge with my ruddy Irish face.

Kim Stagliano said...

The twisty thing on bread??? LOLOLOLOL!!!! You Europeans DO wear those contraptions, don't you? My Mom used to say "Men have outdoor plumbing dear." when the old men would wander down the beach in their "banana hammocks." Thanks for the laugh. And at 43 years old, really, I'll take the compliment - Mark is more of a Keith type, a lover, not a fighter. I'M the Bonaduce in the family! :)

M. G. Tarquini said...

Somebody made a nasty comment about a mother of three who can still wear a bikini and look as good as you do?

I throw roses at your feet for your accomplishment.

M. G. Tarquini said...

I just read the post two back.

Then I went and hugged my kids.

You're wonderful.

Michelle O'Neil said...

Hey Hot Stuff, look at you!

(I've never looked that good in a bathing suit. Not even as a teenager)!

Manic Mom said...

Hottie Mama! I am looking for the nitwit comment and cannot find it?

Oh, and hubby and I had a weekend akin to your night, with lots of laughs, and a comment about "At least the hotel room's been paid for now!" after the deed... but there's more to that story at Manic's if you want to know!

Kim Stagliano said...

Manic, did you talk about coffee cup scum? It SO adds to the moment.... I'll pop over to learn about your weekend in the Windy City. Hope only the city was windy, because THAT tends to dampen the moment too. The comment was sent to me on my gmail, NOT posted as a comment, which made it especially weird and annoying.