Sunday, June 5, 2011

They wouldn't! Oh, yesser we totally would.

We're pretty sure we're going back on TV this week (on Tuesday)*. And last night, Kate and I were chatting on the phone, giggling and drinking wine and we hatched a plan.  It sounded like a really good idea at the time.  Here it is: we're going to turn our TV appearance into a drinking game. For you

On a couple of occasions, we've maybe said some things that walked that fine line between funny and totally inappropriate.  Once I said mom-perv. Another time I called someone a pirate hooker. Last time Kate said you could get pregnant from drinking too much.  Also, one time she said strap-on.

But we said those things because we are very, very stupid and we just start talking and then words came out and then there you are.  This time, we're going to try to be slick.  That should work out well. 

So please leave us a suggestion for a phrase or word you'd like us to work into our TV appearance.  We obviously can't say anything that isn't allowed to be said on TV or that would make them very mad at us.  But borderline appropriate? Maybe having more than one meaning? Oh yesser.  I mean, we really like all the people on this show but they know we're both morons and they keep asking us back, so...
 
We'll post the video of our appearance on Tuesday night and every time we say one of the phrases or words you suggested - take a drink.  The segment will probably only be about six minutes long so that ought to get you through one really big glass of wine. Unless we're ninjas of inappropriateness, in which case you might want to just fix the spigot of the t-box directly to your mouth.

We're eagerly awaiting your suggestions!

 xo, Kate & Lydia

*They could cancel last minute, or one of our combined six kids could start puking, or the producers of the show could read this post and decide they hate us. 

(c)Herding Turtles, Inc. 2009 - 2011

54 comments:

  1. A friend of mine recently referred to an idiot as a "douche canoe"!

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  2. Ohhh---

    How about a gesture too? LIke if you adjust your bra strap?

    And "AKIMBO!"
    ==kate in MI

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  3. I've always gotten quite a chuckle out of the use of "member" and "duty" in everyday speech. A mom of boys, what can I say?

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  4. Toss the Salad

    Pitch a Tent

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  5. manhole...and the old standby...pianist

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  6. manhole...or the old standby pianist

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  7. g-string
    vajazzling
    child labour laws


    I love you guys....have fun!

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  8. "Oh, even yesser." Since that's a key phrase around RFML, I'll just grab my t-box now!

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  9. I've seen it a lot in various comments, where people say that it's as if you're in their heads - it's so true. I just plain and simple Love. You. Guys. End of story. <3

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  10. Poo-cano - def: much like a volcano only slightly different and usually involves an infant or a toddler although it has been known to erupt from adults (this version is less likely but still occurs on occasion).

    If you can fit this in to ANY conversation at any point then I say that is a call to down the whole glass-o-wine right then and there!

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  11. Weiner. Or if you're allowed to be even more obscene ... Andrew Weiner.

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  12. Crazy shake! I admit my daughter is watching Team Umizoomi right now and I thought that would make a great phrase. I am so lame.......;)

    Jrseygirl in VA

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  13. PINEAPPLE!! Have you ever seen Ross the intern with the Crocodile Hunter?? If not you have to. Pineapple... PINEAPPLE NOW!!! HA! ~Erinn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXbCY_yRWOc

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  14. Jello. So innocent, yet totally capable of making a whole conversation on jello molds and getting me stinking bombed. THANKS!

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  15. Second vote for "toss the salad," and you could easily work that into relevant conversation, maybe even with "pitch a tent" in the same sentence.

    You are my heroes! Have fun!

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  16. Kate still owes me an on-air Long Duck Dong reference. Or $5. Hooker.

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  17. Something from the MDR. I would prefer "Suck it, Fancy" but would also be really happy with Clandes-wine, Dadtox & Eyegasm. Whuck would be superb if you've got the balls.

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  18. You get these two words in and I'll drink a whole bottle of Jack Daniels just for you:

    Designer vaginoplasty

    Best. phrase. ever.

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  19. Bollix, see it they understand British slang.

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  20. "Meow," for all the Super Trooper fans out there. :P
    http://www.dailyhaha.com/_vids/super_troopers_meow.htm

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  21. @Erinn~~LOVE the Ross the intern "pineapple" shout out!

    How about: "grab your ankles" or the name "Mike Hunt"
    Gollymoses, we're gonna get snockered!

    ~KathyT

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  22. I like the phrase "whatnot" the hubs and I use it when referring to....umm....ejaculatory fluid ;) When you put a dirty spin on it, hearing other people use it is absoltely hysterical!!!

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  23. "Man-looking" as in, when a male looks for something he can't find it. When a woman looks for something, it's right in front of their faces. Even my 4 yo ds is guilty of this.....

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  24. I was sewing earlier, and when it came time for me to turn the inseam inside out, I asked my husband if he "has a smooth headed poking device" so that I could poke out the corners of the seams.

    Except, when I asked, I just asked for the device, with no explanation of why I needed it.

    I'll send y'all a Starbucks gift card if y'all can fit that phrase into the interview ;)

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  25. Man Juice or Baby Batter

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  26. Borrowing one from SRMM.... "skanilicious." :)

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  27. "Air biscuit." My 4 1/2 year old and I use that in reference to farts :)

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  28. I 2nd Bollucks and throw SPUNK into the mix. As in "funky spunk" a la Sex in the City. There is a candy sold in Denmark called Spunk LOL.

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  29. How about 'professional' , 'did we leave the dog out'?!, is the oven turned off?!, 'ah the children', 'sleep' and one for giggles... 'Moscow mule' or grasshopper... Maybe the key words should be names of drinks... Pink squirrel anyone?!

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  30. i second... jackhole!

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  31. I'm sorry, but you can't get any cooler and more hip than including:

    "Jeepers!"

    honest. :)

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  32. Boob Stain...and Hooker Shoes!!! BEST EVER!

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  33. I'm sure a lot of people will be very mad a me for this.....but as it was done to me.....I feel very obligated to pass it along.

    Lemon Party - Just google it and click on the first link that comes up. (those that watch the Daily Show will get it)

    Warning.....It will totally ruin your day!!!!!

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  34. Awesomesauce.

    Tap.

    BWT (big white tampon)

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  35. Shart, White Root Juice, CFM's, Neck Down (pretty from the neck down), Beaver, Shaft, and Fellatio (something you might do for your husband if your in a really good mood).

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  36. OMG— you guys are brilliant. How bout... pearl necklace?

    Private joke with some friends of mine. We work it into all our bridesmaid speeches.

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  37. I'm thinking "Dirt Squirrel," everyone knows a good dirt squirrel. Good luck on the show ladies.

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  38. Rendezbooze: When a group of people (friend's, co-workers, acquaintances) get together to drink.
    Thank you Urban Dictionary

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  39. My votes are for jackhole, boobstain, or whuck, in that order. I also like awesomesauce. I recently worked that one in during a meeting with my boss. Professional, I know. He he.

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  40. Rick Santorum is current and relevant -- could you make a reference to Santorum?

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  41. I called somebody a two-bit trollop the other day. My husband looked at me and said "you look really good you know, considering your 97 and all." Apparently 32 year olds don't say two bit trollop. I would like to hear somebody else say that on TV.

    Also- eleventy million or something of that sort. And Whuck.

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  42. MOTORBOAT...

    I don't have a specific, pop culture reference for it, other than me being a top heavy chick I find it outrageous that someone came up for a phrase for going all raspberry on someone's chest.

    Also, any Weiner-slips would be complete awesomeness!

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