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A Woman Looks Best When She's Absolutely Naked: the Bajingo Thread
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Jan 3rd 2009

Lady business. That cracked me up. Obviously she doesn't know the universal term, and a visit to this thread would be of great help to her.

Jan 3rd 2009

If she had used "bajingo" I would have been frightened.

Jan 3rd 2009

That could just mean that she was a Scrubs fan.

Jan 3rd 2009

Scientists have not defined a measure of time that describes how fast I clicked that link.

Jan 3rd 2009

Scientists have not defined a measure of time that describes how fast I clicked that link.

chuckling audibly.

Jan 3rd 2009

"The Office" star Jenna Fischer donned skimpy lingerie in the hilarious "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" early in 2008. But while most starlets are scared of flashing the flesh in front of dozens on a film set, Fischer actually thought this was way better then doing it at home.

way better than.

Sigh.

Jan 3rd 2009

Way to catch the grammar mistake, Anque.

Jan 3rd 2009

Not at all. I totally get that people make mistakes sometimes as I do it quite often. But I don't get paid to write for a living. That's all I'm trying to say.

Jan 3rd 2009

Fischer actually thought this was way better, then doing it at home.

Maybe this was what she meant, i.e. doing it twice.

May 16th 2009

Separate but equal, DftF.

May 16th 2009

Yeah, but I didn't start this thread.

May 16th 2009

Did I?

May 16th 2009

Nope.

May 16th 2009

Oh gb and you criticize my thread. Tsk tsk.

May 16th 2009

This here thread has got 345 posts.

May 16th 2009

That's a lot of posts for bajingoes.

And I only criticized your thread because I think it was brought up not too long ago about whether that character needed a thread. I'm making this point here so this thread gets 346 posts.

May 16th 2009

That's a lot of posts for bajingoes.

A bajingo really only needs one. If it's the right post.

May 16th 2009

I'd like to point out that the manmeat thread has twice as many. Whatever that means.

May 16th 2009

I think it was brought up not too long ago about whether that character needed a thread.

I remember that. But like I said "I wanted to do this". I have never started a thread before. And I figured this was my chance to do something meaningful for the world. So I did it. I think it's alright and not really hurting anyone. And if it is unneeded at this time it will fall to page seven and no one will really care about it until the time when it is needed again.

Don't you think this could have been posted in her thread?

May 16th 2009

I'm for the new thread. Why not?

May 16th 2009 edited

Separate but equal.

Oh, that's what that means.

(This joke was later overturned in Bajingo v. Board of Education)

May 16th 2009

A bajingo really only needs one. If it's the right post.

Niiiice mtt.

May 16th 2009 edited

I’m not one to refer to bajingoes in the bajorative, but the first time I saw
a picture of one, I thought it was bajacked up. Years later, when my girlfriend
showed be hers, I was bajazzed and when I learned how to treat one bajust
right, I felt like I’d hit a bajackpot! By the time I was in bajunior college,
I was getting more than BaJFK! It was a regular bajingo bajamborie
and I was working it like a baJedi Knight! But, as time went by, I guess I got
bajaded and started acting like a bajackass, refusing to put a bajimmy hat
on my bajohnson. Now I’m lucky if I can get some BaJerry’s waitress
to bajumpstart my bajunk. So learn from me, don’t be a bajerk. Respect the
bajingo and you won’t find yourself bajonesing for it and bajerkin’ your
bajoystick to old reruns of BaJenny Bajones while you imagine her with
BaJenna BaJameson’s bajugs.

May 17th 2009

Banicely done, BaDawsome.

May 19th 2009

Ditto what e-star said. Nice work.

Jun 16th 2009 edited

A real-life merkin reference!

From IMDb:

Kate Winslet was so determined to pull off her role as a 1950s woman in The Reader, she wore a pubic wig for her nude scenes.

The British star plays a Nazi guard in the movie and was required to disrobe on camera for the role, which won her this year's Best Actress Oscar.

But Winslet was worried her body hair was inappropriate - and decided to don a pubic hair piece to make her performance more authentic.

She says, "The film is set in the 1950s. I couldn't just have a landing strip! I had to grow the hair down there. But because of years of waxing, as all of us girls know, it doesn't come back quite the way it used to. They even made me a merkin - a wig - because they were so concerned that I might not be able to grow enough."

Jun 16th 2009

That's more than I needed to know.

Jun 16th 2009 edited

By the way, when did women start removing most/all of their pubic hair? Is that really such a universal thing? And why?

Jun 16th 2009

By the way, when did women start removing most/all of their pubic hair?

Late '90s.

Jun 16th 2009
silly women
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