Tuesday, April 26, 2011


Upper front of body, bosom, breast, bust, mammary glands, upper trunk, dirty pillows, head lights, tatas, boobs... have I forgotten any?

Yes, this blog is about boobies.  Let's talk about 'em.  Bigger isn't always better.  And by "bigger" I don't mean Ice T's girlfriend, Coco, or that freaky chick on Jerry Springer who tried to write her boobs off her taxes as a work expense.  I'm referring to the slightly larger than average female who doesn't necessarily look like a freak.  Specifically, I'm referring to size 36DD.

I really hope you small/average boobed girls don't think having big knockers is a good thing.  I can't jog without strapping 'em down, I have to buy dresses two sizes too big to get them to fit, people stare at them, they keep moving when the rest of me stops, and it's darn near impossible to lay on my stomach at the beach.  (I have to use my fists to make dents in the sand without being too obvious).  I have arthritis in my back to look forward to in my old age.  Stretchmarks.  Mammograms are harder to read.  Bras in my size actually COST MORE.     

I'd like to think I'd run around bra-less all the time if I were an A or B cup, buy maybe not, as I'll never know.  As it is, I have to put on a bra to go to the mailbox, for fear of ending up on one of those "people of walmart" websites or something called www.failboob.com

Why do some girls want larger lady lumps?  Give me a good reason - that doesn't have to do with the lesser sex. 

I suppose I'm ranting to an extent, but I just want to tell girls to take advantage of what you've got. Consider your own breasts the best breasts ever!  You're gorgeous!

I have to go take some advil, my back hurts.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Homeless people are always good for a blog

For real.

I volunteer at a daytime homeless shelter that serves breakfast and lunch to homeless people, people down on their luck, and anybody else who needs or wants a meal.  I'll be writing about this place a great deal, as there is always something entertaining or enlightening going on.

I was walking to work yesterday when I ran into a homeless friend that I know from the shelter. He asked me if I had access to a color printer and could I print something for him.  Ummm...what?  He then took a FLASH DRIVE off his key chain and informed me that the computers at the public library were being upgraded and he couldn't use his flash drive.  I don't even get the internet at my house, so it seemed a little unreal that I was being asked to print something off a FLASH DRIVE for a HOMELESS PERSON.  I was able to print the document for him - it was the front page of a newspaper from 1909 and I didn't ask why - and returned the flash drive to him later that day.  He was so pleased with the printout, he gave me a fist pump.  Dear Lord, are homeless people watching Jersey Shore too? 

Monday, April 18, 2011

blogging away

This is officially my first blog ever, and I'm a little disappointed.  I thought it would be so much more exciting than this.  I also just blanked out on clever things to say.  Errrrrrr...awkward.......  I suppose I'll get the basics out of the way then. 

I decided to start a blog for the simple reason that I think I have stuff to say that people might enjoy, hate, or have some other kind of feeling about.  I'm 38 years old and have lived in Roanoke, VA for 4 years now.  I'm from Harrisonburg, VA and Roanoke was a big step up as far as population and things to do.  I think I'll mostly write about the things that I do here, which may not be exciting in themselves, but I try to find a way to make my adventures funny and entertaining to all who will listen.  Or in this case, read.  My adventures will be anything from riding the bus, going to a poetry reading, the arts, food, and I might even write about that time I don't remember getting home in a cab after a day of celebrating the Kentucky Derby.  Posts won't necessarily be R-rated, but you probably wouldn't want a child reading this.  I'm a bad influence on children, but I hope a good influence on open-minded and good-natured adults.  GiniInTheCity might contain some bad words, alcohol references, and even some sex...or at the very least, heavy petting.