35 thoughts on “OHhhh YEAH Baby!

  1. It was you proud of your Black Irish roots earlier. My forebears had interactions with Vikings, the females left at home, making sure they weren’t lonely. while yours were wearing their silly helmets or just drowning in the North Sea with all their stolen loot. So we could be distant cousins!

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    • Ferrous Johno, who do you think are the Celts? Franks and Norsemen, we could be related, but don’t let Death see you say that. I will never, ever live it down… I am proud of both my heritages. Irish and Swede.

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      • With the first name of Kevin (Irish) and the last name Cederquist (Swedish) I have no choice to be proud, thank the gods I ain’t a person of dubious melatonin.

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      • Oh trust me
        I’m just keeping out of this and shaking my head.

        Nah, I can’t do it.
        If I found out I was related to Mexican John, I’d have to follow the misquoted presidential remedy and drink bleach.

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        • Too tempting huh? If I thought I was one molecule related to Non-Gringo Juan I would see if my 45 would make a nice round hole through my cranium…

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  2. The Norse aren’t Celts, but they left plenty of DNA among them! Imagine a redheaded western European Celt coming home from a couple of years away at a Holy Crusade against the Moslems, only to find his missus saddled with a blond Nordic bastard kid. Especially if she’d also developed a taste for rancid herring! Those ABBA chicks looked a bit of alright, but you wouldn’t bloody want to kiss one after she’d been into a jar of dodgy fish, yuck!

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  3. Hey Deathray, if I’m a rellie to Ceqder, I might be able to score a visa! Start lining up those trophy griz and moose, will you? If it wasn’t so cold up there, I’d bring some crocs with me, but I’ll just leave ’em in the creek behind Cerdeq’s place, make life interesting the next time he goes fishing! Ya gots some polar bear too?

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    • I do have a creek behind me, how did you know? With the deer, bobcats, brown bears, cougars around here I am sure they will keep good company.

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      • Cederq, aren’t you too old for the cougars? I thought they’d go for younger meat only, must not be too picky obviously! OTOH, unlike Phil’s kill-kitteh, they’d be a cat I’d be interested in owning, be useful in keeping thieving indigines away.

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  4. Herr Doktor Unfuck U, did you know that in British Commonwealth countries, a fully qualified nurse is known as a Nursing Sister? I think that it is because in the olden days, when you were a young med student, most of the nurses were volunteer sisters of religious orders, nein? It being the usual, and quite proper, practice to address them as ‘Sister’, even the male nurses, although it pisses them off and is only safely done by their female colleagues. The relevance, you ask?, (in an Austrian accent). Well a certain ex-nurse correspondent of both your own, and this very blogsite of Phil’s, can and maybe should, be called Sister Cederq, in an honourary way. Oh golly, that reveal of Sister Cederq just flew from my phone, oh there it is again, I really should have first consulted with the Sister!

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    • Nowadays… nobody should care.
      Last year there was a ball event. All young people dressed properly for the occasion. Since parents were welcome seeing their offspring dancing we also went there.
      At the entrance, girls were handing out nicely packaged vials containing herbal salt to the female visitors. I stopped in front of one of these girls, smiled and asked for such a present.
      “Oh, Sir, sorry but these presents are for women only!”
      “But that’s not fair! You know I feel like a woman today as well!”
      Her face was priceless!
      She was extremely confused and wordlessly handed me a present which I took not without thanking her gentlemanly, er, gentlwomanly.

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  5. Dok Unfuck U, your med licence doesn’t count here, I tried getting one of your scripts filled under Medicare already. My anecdotal evidence is that I eat Vegemite (love it!), and havn’t had virus problems in the last decade, despite being mostly bedridden from work injuries. It is a tangy spread made from yeast extract, a bloody wonder food loaded with natural vitamins!

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    • […] bloody wonder food […] I really don’t want to understand that in its literal form…

      Hey, is there crumbly Vegemite, too? Now if there was any it might be supreme for your taste buds if you‘d combine it with seafood.

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