Man’s headaches stop after ax is removed from his head

I saw that headline once in the Weekly World News and I spit up.

Migraine today. Talk like Indian. Sorry. Talk like Native American.

Ned and I made up. We made up about four hours after I blogged yesterday, but I enjoyed reading all your theories. Could you have all been more dramatic? HE'S CHEATING! HE'S A WOMAN! HE BEAT HERRRRRR! He beat her with IRIS!!!!!!!!

It was 1/3030304004th that exciting, really.

Okay, going. Dragged self to work and there is nothing to do so am so glad did so. Indian talk again. Ungowa.

Hair Big as Mountain make up with He Who Beat Woman with Cat. Hair Big as Mountain offend entire community of Native peoples. Hair Big as Mountain Suck Ass. Hair Big as Mountain fire for blog at fake work. Hair Big as Mountain seem to segue into pet speak.

Oh, my head.

120 thoughts on “Man’s headaches stop after ax is removed from his head

  1. Happy Saturday to you, too, Sadie. I fought the crowds at the grocery store today and now am off to bake cookies for my college sophomore. Finals week is almost here and Mama needs to send a “survival” care package to my baby.

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  2. Happy Saturday, Pie Peeps. I have lots to do today so I better get busy. I’ll check in later to find out what happened while I was away.

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  3. Not Chloe shoots hoops?? She is the coolest!
    I’m going to a certain major sporting event here in Atlanta today… eeeeeee so excited! 🙂
    Dear June: Bloop dee bloo. xoxo –F.

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  4. Just an FYI, there are tons of records for the Cherokee Tribe as they are federally recognized and had to register their families in order to continue to live on tribal lands and receive tribal benefits, (this happened in the 1800’s). The majority of the Cherokee are in the NC/SC area and Oklahoma. If you believe that your family is a member of this tribe look to the registers or contact the tribes themselves.

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  5. This message is to everyone that comments on here:
    If you are easily offended by written words from strangers who are on here to joke, then this is not the blog for you. Get over yourselves. As June would say…GOD!
    Now. back to important business. So Uncle Leo made a move on Ned, eh?

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  6. This message is to everyone that comments on here:
    If you are easily offended by written words from strangers who are on here to joke, then this is not the blog for you. Get over yourselves. As June would say…GOD!
    Now. back to important business. So Uncle Leo made a move on Ned, eh?

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  7. This message is to everyone that comments on here:
    If you are easily offended by written words from strangers who are on here to joke, then this is not the blog for you. Get over yourselves. As June would say…GOD!
    Now. back to important business. So Uncle Leo made a move on Ned, eh?

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  8. This message is to everyone that comments on here:
    If you are easily offended by written words from strangers who are on here to joke, then this is not the blog for you. Get over yourselves. As June would say…GOD!
    Now. back to important business. So Uncle Leo made a move on Ned, eh?

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  9. AA/P:
    You are one of my favorite commenters, with your practical wisdom, wry observations on life, obvious carpe diem spirit, and your wit. And now, such a graceful response. Go you!

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  10. AA/P, love you, girl. And the person, can’t remember, who is living through the hell of it with husband. Can’t even imagine that.
    Great day at the Pie.

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  11. Hi DW’s Mom!
    Thank you for that info. My mom has gone to a couple of Pow Wows and explored her connection a bit some years ago, but again, I was too young and preoccupied to join her.
    I joined ancestry.com last year in an attempt to learn more, but there are so few records. I thought of DNA testing.

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