Thursday, June 27, 2013

And You Are There

Lincoln, Nebraska:  Photographer J. Hanover Whitscomb captures the earliest known use of the "Wet Willie," by Johann Bernauer, retired farrier, on Arthur Millstone Bagby, prominent corn factor (February 11, 1910).

6 comments:

BorrachoBarato said...

Also perhaps the first use of the ol' d**k under the hat" trick

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

It's been all downhill ever since.
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Carl said...

Scott, you realize you've uncovered the first wedding photo of a gay couple?

M. Bouffant said...

"Retired farrier" & "corn factor."

Excellent.

Weird Dave said...

And he liked it...

Anntichrist S. Coulter said...

Heh heh heh... Hadda giggle at this one... even at my advanced age, I'll still sneak up & slip somebody the ol' ear-washer, long as I'm guaranteed that they're not locked, cocked, and ready to blow my brains out... heh heh heh... oh, right: TOO LATE!!!

(Wondering how often The Biggest Closet-Case Nepotism Nerd In Politics took it when they held HIM down by those flappy-floppy Piyush Jindal ears and shoved a pre-moistened pecker or three into HIS cavernous skull-fuckers... heh heh heh... Well, they'd HAVE to go for the EARS -- his smirky li'l pie-hole was too full of Timmy Teepell's SAC to be MUCH help...
What? Oh, the fuggy-uggy cartoons that I just injected into your skulls? Heh heh heh... Didn't y'all MISS ME?!?!?)