I Am a Woman of Color

Her arms are wicked and her legs are long

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But you already knew that, right?

Because ALL of you read about it here. You already know that I am a half-breed — or should I say “part-breed,” for that is the term I coined in that popular post.

So it seems everyone knew.

Everyone but Dave, my husband of 20 years.

But then we received this photo from my mother-in-law:

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Dave: “When did I marry a black woman?

Because LOOK: From right to left, we have Dave, his lovely mom — whose 85th birthday we were celebrating one week ago today –  and . . . oh, but who is that dusky jewel to the far left?

It’s me, JD.

Yes, I am apparently now black. Or African American. Or a woman of color. Some sort of exotic blend of possibly royal African blood or maybe my (also royal) Cherokee heritage has begun to emerge. Obviously it’s starting at my head and working its way down, because my arm hasn’t caught up yet or something.

For years, people thought I was Irish because of my freckles and reddish hair.

I am not Irish, and I think this photo proves it. Compare my color to Dave and his mom. This is not Photoshop trickery, nor is it bad lighting. This is the real me: JD, Mysterious Woman of Color(ed Head).

The fact that I seem to have only one leg adds to the exoticness . . . right?


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48 Responses to “I Am a Woman of Color”

  1. 1 Bernie

    The husband is always the last to know.
    .-= Bernie´s last blog ..I Got Two Things Done For The Wedding. Where Is My Cookie? =-.

  2. 2 Buggys

    Is there an exotic african queen of lost descent lurking under those red colored tresses? Let Dave know what a lucky man he is to have found you.
    .-= Buggys´s last blog ..I’m On A Lonely Island =-.

  3. 3 Stephanie Barr

    As a fellow part-breed with red highlights and a full-blooded native great grandfather, I hear you. Some days I’m more dusky than others, of course, and it always amazes people to see that my “black hair” (which is really brown) has red highlights.

    Of course, my husband has decided I’m also part Italian and, with my build, I’m thinking I’m might be largely Hawaiian as well.

    Oh well, whatever mishmash of cultures and genes I might be, I ended up me. Hail to the hybrids!
    .-= Stephanie Barr´s last blog ..Finally, Moving Back Into My Groove =-.

  4. 4 Jen

    I’m part breed too! Though I don’t think there is any Cherokee. I’d like to be part of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Souix because they have all the casinos in these parts and if you can prove you are 1/16th Shakopee Mdewakanton Souix, you get a very generous cut of the winnings (or losings depending on which side of the slot machine you are on). My only fear would be that they would make me pronounce the Mdewakanton part of their name and I have been trying for years but just can’t do it.
    .-= Jen´s last blog ..Tribal Blogs =-.

  5. 5 Tracy

    Hi! Stephanie! I hear you on the dark brown hair that people insist is black even though it’s DARK BROWN. Not sure why that bugs, but it does.

    JD, as you know, I am a partsie, too, although different parts. My natural skin color, the one I have where the sun doesn’t shine is actually fairly light although I do tan quite darkly, especially after a burn. One year, I wasn’t thinking and did a ton of gardening work wearing shorts and burned my legs all to hell and when the skin finally peeled, my legs were deep dark brown from mid thigh down, dazzling white on top.

    And I never could get it evened out, nor could I go out in public in bathing suits because I caused a spectacle which was mortifying for one so shy and reserved as me.

  6. 6 Surfie

    I’m definitely a partsie too, although all my parts seem to be of the super pale, “Me, tan? Are you kidding?” variety. However, there is at least one ancestor in my lineage who blessedly passed down the melatonin and allows me to have skin that WILL tan, so long as I get some sun. And now that I’ve been unemployed for six months and actually get to SEE the sun, I’m thrilled to have a tan! In March, no less!

    I have a picture like this one. I’m sitting with my friend’s very-pale granny and I look like I’ve been baking under the sun for 6 straight months. I have no idea what kind of lighting produced that effect, but YIKES! One day I’m going to have to get a scanner that works with Vista so I can upload all these photos I wish I could share…
    .-= Surfie´s last blog ..That Sock Monkey is an Animal! =-.

  7. 7 babs - beetle

    And I always assumed you were Irish too! Part Cherokee is very cool!
    .-= babs – beetle´s last blog ..Not actually a car conversation =-.

  8. 8 Your Daily Cute

    JD is the new black.
    .-= Your Daily Cute´s last blog ..Sleepy Sunday: Hit the Snooze Purrlease… =-.

  9. 9 Daisy the Curly Cat

    Hmmmm, now I am trying to decide if you are considered parti-colored or pied. I would say I am parti-colored and Harley is pied. Oh, maybe you are piebald! Yeah, that’s it. Definitely.
    .-= Daisy the Curly Cat´s last blog ..Fashion Friday with Mr. Shrill =-.

  10. 10 CatLadyLarew

    A dusky jewel, indeed! That definitely helps explain your beautifully thick hair, JD.
    .-= CatLadyLarew´s last blog ..Motivate THIS! Homage to a BadAss Blogger =-.

  11. 11 Jaffer

    “But JD – Ofcourse you are a colourful woman with a colourful personality !”

    This is what I thought when I read your Tweet – I had no god-damn idea that this was going to be about skin colour ! LOL

    I laugh every summer when I see an a bill-board ad by the Dairy Farmer’s Association promoting chocolate-milk, with a tag line “Go Brown This Summer”

    I’m already one of the brown people – how much browner can I get ! LOL

    Perhaps JD is already set for the summer :-)
    .-= Jaffer´s last blog ..ManiaRavings.com is re-launching ! =-.

  12. 12 Puglette

    well, i think i will defer to daisy the curly cat…you are parti-colored. or maybe that’s party-colored. could it be the influence of the party atmosphere that altered your coloring?

    oh..oh…maybe it was a ghost or a dark shadow crossing in front of you? i have been watching a lot of paranormal tv shows lately on cable and their photographic evidence shows there are spirits floating around everywhere these days!! maybe one was getting a close look at your beautiful hair or you were standing is it’s regular post?

    the world may never know! ‘crunch!’
    (old tootsie pop commercial reference)
    hugs,
    puglette
    :o)
    .-= Puglette´s last blog ..So Many Doggies! =-.

  13. 13 Shieldmaiden1196

    I have Blackfoot on my mother’s side, but all my coloring (or lack thereof) comes from me County Tyrone bog Irish. I like to say I’m part shrimp. Translucent or pink….those are my two colors. There’s no tan in-between. I think my spirit animal is a tiger prawn.
    .-= Shieldmaiden1196´s last blog ..Up for Grabs =-.

  14. 14 Maureen

    HA! JD I am a woman of “colour” too.

    That “colour” being pasty-white on blindingly white.

    It never changes. Not even in summer.

    But then again, you can always see me in photos. Unless I’m outside in winter.
    .-= Maureen´s last blog ..I’ve Been Unfaithful =-.

  15. 15 Pricilla

    Isn’t it good to still have some mystery in your marriage?

    Now I am a purebred Nigerian Dwarf Goat. Unlike Abby who is the result of well, erm, I suppose I really don’t want to maaa about that now do I?

  16. 16 Lin

    Well, you do sort of look a little tan there….
    .-= Lin´s last blog ..Scrappy, we’re gonna miss ya =-.

  17. 17 dcr

    You’re not Cherokee; you’re Chameleon!

    Look at how your face and left hand are trying to blend in with the dark gold curtains and the chair, respectively. Your right hand just doesn’t know what to blend in with. The crystal lamp body or the gold base or the white window?

    And, being Chameleon, that makes you Reptilian, which means your ancestors came to our planet to eat us all. But, then it was all “come for the food, stay for the atmosphere.” And, being the Earth was a much more pleasant place than your ancestors’ desert planet, they stuck around, married some natives and tried to blend in.

    Until this photo surfaced…
    .-= dcr´s last blog ..So It’s Saturday =-.

  18. 18 Katherine

    My daughter is very talented color wise as well. When the first hospital photo pix arrived in the mail, she was African American. Now, she is a redhead with white skin and freckles. Wonder what her kids will one day look like!

    Oh, and the leg? It looks GOOD on you. Or off you. You know what I mean. lol
    .-= Katherine´s last blog ..The Unexpected Gift Of Spring =-.

  19. 19 V

    welcome to the club, your american express black card should arrive in the mail next week. you can be black all day, there is no limit.

    just so you know once you go black, you don’t go back.

    i think the black makes you look slimmer anyway.

  20. 20 V

    and it is not 9:39, i’m up later than that. let the record show

  21. 21 carissa

    Well whatever your ethncity does it really matter?, your hot! haha
    .-= carissa´s last blog ..Dare #2: A Booger On The Face (#OrTheThingIFearMostInLife) =-.

  22. 22 Kathleen Kaufman

    Nice! My photos usually come out with me looking like I have a facial deformity or that I’m about four months preggers – at least you get mistaken for something good!
    .-= Kathleen Kaufman´s last blog ..Spousal Abuse and the Writing Process =-.

  23. 23 Barb at WillThink4Wine

    We are all women of color, it’s just a matter of which, or in some cases, witch, as in witchy woman.
    .-= Barb at WillThink4Wine´s last blog ..Jury Duty, Day One =-.

  24. 24 moooooog35

    Was your mailman black?

    Just guessing here.
    .-= moooooog35´s last blog ..Wrapping up the Week – March 21, 2010 =-.

  25. 25 JD

    Bernie: Isn’t that the truth.

    Buggys: Believe me, he knows! (Or at least, he does now!)

    Stephanie Barr: Yes, hail to the hybrids! I’m glad we both ended up as we are. I can’t imagine us as anything else. (And now I want to be Hawaiian!)

    Tracy: Aw! Your poor tanned legs! I have a similar issue. I’m somewhat fair — my dark tan doesn’t contrast as much as yours does. But my tan stays forever. People suspect I spend my days in a tanning booth (I DO NOT!). But then someone told me that as you get older, your skin cells die off or something and you retain more melatonin. I don’t quite care for that explanation.

    Surfie: Wow, a tan in MARCH? That’s awesome. Yeah, you gotta share those pictures. Every blogger needs a scanner for the embarrassing school photos, baby pictures, and bad perms of the years.

    babs – beetle: A lot of people assume I’m Irish, especially since I lived in Ireland for a few years. I almost got punched in the face by some drunk guy at a bar some years ago. “With all those freckles, you MUST be Irish,” he slurred. I assured I was not, and he really got mad and aggressive. “YOU MUST BE!” Geez.

    Your Daily Cute: HAR! I love it. Thank you for having the courage, too, to say “black.” I wanted to use it in my post title, but I didn’t want to offend anyone. YES! JD is the new black! I’m totally stealing that.

    Daisy the Curly Cat: Piebald, you say? I don’t think that sounds quite right. I will stick with part-breed, if you don’t mind. And now I must go look up “piebald” . . . oh! It’s not as bad as I thought. OK, I am piebald.

    CatLadyLarew: Yes, it does! Also, I was born with black hair. So THAT . . . means something.

    Jaffer: Hello, my brother of color! You are a beautiful brown. I’m afraid I just look damn weird in that photo. Like maybe someone had just been choking me or something, and all the blood rushed to my head. Anyway, it’s good to be colo(u)rful in every aspect of life.

    Jen: Wow, I didn’t know that! “Mdewakanton.” Yeah, that is rather touch. “Cherokee” is much easier, especially since there was a song about the Cherokee people. I doubt I could even prove my origins. All I have are a few photos and family lore. Ain’t no money in being part-Cherokee, I guess.

    Puglette: HA! I do love a comment that turns “parti” into “party,” throws in a spooky ghost reference, and ends with a line from a Tootsie Pop commercial! Puglette FTW!!! I like the ghost explanation, seriously. I was truly feeling rather strange that day. Note my lack of smile. Yes. It was definitely a ghost. BUT WHOSE???

    Shieldmaiden1196: HAHAHAHA! Translucent is one of my favorite colors. I wonder what my spirit animal is. Probably something stupid like a tapir.

    Maureen: I wish I could’ve gotten you to pose next to me in the above photo. Think of the contrast! Tho I normally have fair skin too. It’s just that lately, as I get older, the tan I get either in the summer or on vacation in the winter tends to hang around for a while. I have a good friend who is beautiful and pale. She never wears shorts because she says she looks like she’s wearing white stockings. I have never seen them, so I cannot even argue.

    Pricilla: Oh, please DO maaa! I promise, I will never tell Abby that you told me. And while it IS indeed good to have some mystery in my marriage, I think it’s even better to be a purebred goat.

    Lin: Ya think? I could blame my mother-in-law’s ancient camera, but I prefer to think my exotic bloodline has finally caught up with me.

    dcr: That makes SO MUCH sense! And explains why I love a cold room and enjoy crawling around on my belly. I’m really going to have to look into my family tree. It’s just weird how it’s only showing up now. Maybe it’s a latent condition or something?

    Katherine: Oh, thank you. I do believe the one-legged look makes you look much slimmer. As for your daughter, how LUCKY is she? I love people who change like that. It’s fascinating.

    V: I have no intentions of going black. I hear “black don’t crack,” is that correct? But I thought I also heard “black is whack,” but maybe that was about crack, not black. Oh, I have so much to learn. Will you be my mentor?

    carissa: Damn right I am!!! Well, maybe not in that photo exactly. My hair is pretty straggly and I have a weird expression on my face. But that leg! Woo-eee!

    Kathleen Kaufman: I’ve had so many of those “pregnant” photos, I cant’ even count. And the facial ones too. Do I really make that expression in real life or only when the camera goes off? I should really practice in front of a mirror.

    Barb at WillThink4Wine: Oooh-ooh, witch-ay woman, she’s got the . . . how does the rest of that go? “Fire in her eyes”? Well, either way, you are correct. Even ol’ translucent Shieldmaiden up there has some pinkish color. Women of color, rejoice!

    moooooo35: No, but he was gay. Does that count?

  26. 26 absepa

    Ooh, I’ve always loved that “dusky jewel” line. Mr. Morrison may have been a weirdo, but he did have a way with words.

    Cherokee, Irish, it doesn’t matter. Whatever “parts”you are, they’re all fabulous! I am deeply envious of your lovely tan. I’m not sure what all of my “parts” are, but they must have all been the very whitest of white people. There’s no shadow in the world that’s dark enough to make me look like a woman of color.
    .-= absepa´s last blog ..I speak of the pompitus of song lyrics =-.

  27. 27 LJ

    You talk like this is a problem …. ? Every one deserves to be a little exotic once in a while.
    .-= LJ´s last blog ..Serves Me Right! =-.

  28. 28 ann

    Could it be that you are also part chameleon and your color changes depending on your surroundings? Just a thought
    .-= ann´s last blog ..some people are so darn sweet =-.

  29. 29 Patricia (The other one...)

    My husband’s grandfather worked with the American army bringing medical supplies and such to different native American tribes–he has some incredible stories to tell about tribes that sadly no longer exist or are on the brink. I need to get around to recording those, but he sadly lives across the country…

    And I’m envious–I have two settings: sickly pale (No, flight attendant, I don’t need a dramamine, but thank you…) or lobster red. On my Mexican honeymoon, I was careful to put suntan lotion on my exposed parts. I put on my snazzy white shirt so I could blend with the locals and off we went to buy shells made to look like clams with eyes and mysterious pipes that serve some purpose that I know not. When we got back to the house, I realized that I had burned THROUGH the shirt in an unusual reverse farmer tan.

    ‘Ouch, ouch, ouch, don’t touch those ouch’ isn’t what a groom wants to hear from his new bride. Yo quiero aloe vera.

  30. 30 Viveca

    I am also a woman of color starting with the top of my head – my hair. First it was brown sun-kissed into blond. Then can the red workaholic years broken up by three days of jet black – Alexis of Dynasty – hair. Three days and three nights spent under a bandanna. That was one look I just couldn’t pull off – looked like a vampire.

    Then I went between natural, blond and red. That threesome continues to this day but I’ve added another color into the mix, gray.

    My skin color is pretty much Irish White or German White. Until I do genetic testing I will never know if there are any mysteries thrown in.

    I love surprises.

    V.
    .-= Viveca´s last blog ..Extremely Fatigued for Years. How Can I Stop Feeling So Tired all the Time? =-.

  31. 31 Chris@TheSnackHound

    Hmmm….when one clicks on the photo to see it larger, there are marks there that cause me to guess that this is a regular 35mm photo that was scanned in rather than a digital shot…unless the lens has hair on it. My theory is that your scaner is on the fritz.

    Maybe you are really not darker, but Dave and his mother are lighter than. Maybe they have the albino gene and the autofocus was confused and made everything darker to compensate. The walls are not actually some sort of buff or peach color but paper white with just a hint on the warm side and those became much darker too when the autofocus just went to town.
    .-= Chris@TheSnackHound´s last blog ..One…Two…Three…Peanut Butter Cookies =-.

  32. 32 meleah rebeccah

    You tan the same way I tan! This post just reminded me of the time my son was a little boy [around three years old] and he asked me, “Mommy how come I’m so white and your so brown?”

    I love being all bronzed like that!
    .-= meleah rebeccah´s last blog ..Doing Things Differently™’ – My Week In Review [Part Seven] =-.

  33. 33 Snuggie Cult

    One interesting thing is that when they look in detail at a person’s DNA and such, they can find traces going back to Africa and all over the place. We are all linked together, for the most part at least.
    .-= Snuggie Cult´s last blog ..Snuggie Pattern for Adults – SHOCKING Photos =-.

  34. 34 JD

    absepa: YAY! I was hoping someone would appreciate the “dusky jewel” line. It’s always been one of my favorites too. I hope your envy of my tan will turn easily into sympathy for my skin cancer, which I am sure to develop very soon. Tho hopefully I will get to be a woman of color for a few more years!

    LJ: I am thrilled with my new exotic status! I’ve been soooo boring for soooo long.

    ann: Someone else suggested that! It’s very possible. I’m going to have to test it today by lying on my ugly yellow kitchen floor and snapping pictures.

    Patricia (The other one. . .): Oh, NO! You poor thing! The dreaded Reverse Farmers’ Tan, eh? That sounds painful. And on your honeymoon? Dave got sun poisoning on our honeymoon, and he/we had to stay inside for the last few days. But at least there was no “Ouch, don’t touch those” from him. (I DO love those shells that look like clams with eyes!)

    Viveca: I love surprises too. And I, too, tried black hair, tho it was long before the days of Dynasty. I looked terrifying. The black hair made my skin look green. I was only 14, so I just had to wait for it to grow out. I wish they’d make genetic testing cheaper.

    Chris@TheSnackHound: You are definitely right about the photo AND the scanner. I saw the hair and decided it added to the general crappiness of the photo. But apart from the hair, that is exactly what the actual photo looks like. I’m willing to believe Dave and his mom are albino. But that doesn’t sound nearly as exotic as thinking I am suddenly black.

    meleah rebeccah: I love being bronzed too — but this was purely a trick of the (crappy) camera. Tho I am STILL not nearly as pale as Dave and his mom!

    Snuggie Cult: YES! And as I said above, I wish genetic testing were cheaper. I’d love to know more than just “Scottish, Welsh, German, Cherokee.”

  35. 35 Kathy

    I have a picture of me somewhere of me opening birthday presents when I turned 12 (end of August). After three solid months of summer tanning, I appear to be a whole different race. I was going to post it on the blog, but I just couldn’t. My hair is about a half-inch short on my head and I look like a boy. There’s so much to hate about that picture, and yet it was my birthday and I’m smiling. Now, I just want to shout “Kathy! What are you smiling for? You look hideous!”

    You look pretty though. I want your hair. Can I have it?
    .-= Kathy´s last blog ..Confusing Terms of Endearment =-.

  36. 36 MomZombie

    Is it possible that you can be a woman of color within a family devoid of shading? I am the only one in my immediate family who tans. My mother, (late) father and brother all burn within an hour of sun exposure. My dad was red-haired and freckled and when he burned it was the full-blown stereotype.
    .-= MomZombie´s last blog ..I’ve become ‘that neighbor’ =-.

  37. 37 dcr

    Looking at the photo again, I just realized… You’re married to Giles Aston! ;)
    .-= dcr´s last blog ..Out of This World… In 3-D! =-.

  38. 38 injaynesworld

    Awww, man! All the cool people are black. I’m just another dull honky.
    .-= injaynesworld´s last blog ..injaynesworld it’s the "Sunday Recap…" =-.

  39. 39 Preston

    Great picture. I’ve always wanted to be a woman of color or at least a woman… or something like that…
    .-= Preston´s last blog ..I’m In Print, Sort Of… =-.

  40. 40 Lauren

    Maybe it was the tan left over from your vacation or you were in a mood that day. Don’t know what to say about the leg. You didn’t have a leg to stand on? No, too cliché. Perhaps you were about to kick your mother-in-law. Dropping the leg back to get more power behind the kick. Yeah. That’s it!

    Wanted to let you know. I’ve awarded you the Happy 101 Award along with nine other incredible bloggers. When you get a chance, please stop by and take a gander.
    .-= Lauren´s last blog ..Happy 101, a precursor to Happy 102 for credit. =-.

  41. 41 JD

    Kathy: Kathy? Hideous? I doubt it. But yes, if your hair is ever half an inch short again, you are welcome to my hair.

    MomZombie: You must have some royal African blood that somehow escaped everyone else in your family. It’s really the only explanation. My mom’s side of the family (non-Cherokee) is pretty fair and freckly. But even on the Cherokee side we’ve got some palefaces. Genetics. It’s so crazy!

    dcr: HAHAHAHA! Oh, my god, you’re right! You know, Dave has been compared to Captain Picard before (I told him it was a compliment, and his response — this was about 18 years ago — was: “I look like an old, bald man and THAT’S a compliment?!”), but this guy looks even more like Dave than whatshisface. Thanks for the link. I can’t wait to show Dave. I’m sure he’ll be thrilled.

    injaynesworld: No! I bet you have some exotic blood that has just not yet surfaced. One of these days you’ll wake up and find yourself a nice dusky shade of dark. And then you’ll be one of the cool kids.

    Preston: How about a fabulous, colorful PERSON? For that is how I think of you.

    Lauren: Ooh, thank you for the award! I’m on my way. But first! I was in kind of a bad mood that day, actually. I’d hate to think being in a bad mood results in a blackened face, but maybe that’s just how I was made. No, I prefer to go with the African blood explanation.

  42. 42 Anne

    Since I am ghostly colored no matter what (although I turn a lovely shade of red when I go into the sun), I can’t really relate to this post. I would be terribly likely to disappear against the white wall in a photo. You, on the other hand, look completely gorgeous.
    .-= Anne´s last blog ..Tiger, Taxes and Ugly Crap =-.

  43. 43 Spot

    All hail JD, African goddess. (I’m totally bowing, you just can’t see me)…

    ♥Spot
    .-= Spot´s last blog ..Aliens & anal probes = reality TV =-.

  44. 44 Argentum Vulgaris

    Your post reminded of a film or TV show, can’t remember which, where the father asks his son after the first day at school what he had learned, the kid’s reply “I’m black!”

    Colour can only be seen by those who are afraid of it.

    Btw, I am the “Dave” in the photo.

    AV
    .-= Argentum Vulgaris´s last blog ..Sweat is dripping off my nose =-.

  45. 45 Jay

    Hahaha! I love your cover version of ‘Half Breed’! But honey, we’re all part breeds here in England, except the immigrants! We’ve been invaded so many times by various nations that we’re a real mix. I tell people I’m a quarter Scot because that’s about the best I can manage, and since I’m English by birth, that’s what I put on official forms. But there is also Irish, and possibly Polish, and by my father’s surname, almost certainly German, too!

    You can get the red hair and freckles just as easily from your Scottish ancestry as Irish, by the way. Both are Celtic nations anyway.
    .-= Jay´s last blog ..Doing the Alan Shore in Asda =-.

  46. 46 Mary @ Holy Mackerel

    My husband still doesn’t know I have a penis, and we’ve been married almost 19 years.
    .-= Mary @ Holy Mackerel´s last blog ..This Is For You, Joanna From The Czech Republic! Thank You For Your Patronage =-.

  47. 47 feefifoto

    Or maybe you’re just the person standing in front of an open window, backlit.
    .-= feefifoto´s last blog ..How Do You Describe How Something Tastes? =-.

  48. 48 JD

    Anne: I’m surprised at how many commenters are of the pale variety. Huh. And I think your paleness must be affecting your eyesight, because “gorgeous”? No. But thank you!

    Spot: Oh, I can see you. JD, African Goddess of Exotic Darkness sees ALL!

    Argentum Vulgaris: If you’re the “Dave,” then I already like you. But I think I liked you anyway. ANYway, that little black child can teach us all a valuable lesson. Go to school, kids! You never know what you might learn.

    Jay: Don’t you think “Part-Breed” could become a popular song? I wonder if Cher would consider recording it. Yes, I’m sure my hair and freckles come from my Scottish ancestors, but most people assume Irish. You sound like a delightful mixture of breeds!

    Mary @ Holy Mackerel: Happy Anniversary! Now THAT is exotic. But is it a dark or pale penis? Because that makes a lot of difference, I’m told.

    feefifoto: Well, that kinda takes all the fun out of it!


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