Iluvfeet - The clapper? Yes, the worst commercial ever, but who doesn't remember it?
2014-04-19 03:46:41tweety (user)
@BiB My older brother had cirrous of the liver he lived in CO went for a visit to him BEAUTIFUL STATE and with the new laws YEAH better than the Midwest!!! It was funny for some reason eyes were always drawing to staring at the mountains!!!
2014-04-19 03:36:23Iluvfeet (user)
@BiB - what the duck...you making fun of me! ;-)
@Toe - clap on, *clap, clap*, clap off *clap clap*. I hated that commercial. Yeesch!
2014-04-19 03:34:09tweety (user)
@ BiB 60 I wish I could find a clip however as you said it was back in the days I appreciate your seeming to understand what I was referring to though.I think I know why you and I have an ocassional misunderstanding you are in the Midwest I'm in the tourist trap H*ll also known as FL wishing I was back in IL And there you are in the Midwest wishing for the South in the words of OZZY "don't ask me I don't know" Speculation on my part!!
2014-04-19 03:11:31BackInBlack60 (user)
@Toe- Gonorrhea is nothing to clap about!
@ILF- Excellent! You're a Daffy fellow!
@tweety- First, please suggest an old comedy clip I can check out to illustrate that; I think I now recall what you mean, but can't think of any specifically, and, well, things change. From that same era, people used to smoke fags (on network TV!) and were really happy to be gay! Gangstas were white, wore suits and did NOT rap! (:^p) To your question: Oh, no, sir. I *am* back in my hometown in the midwest, and since making that grave error a few years ago, life has been misery upon misery. Suggest you listen to the Chrissie Hynde song, "My City Was Gone." I sure wish I'd taken to heart her warning about going back to Oh-hell-no.
♪♫ I wish I was in Dixie, Hooray! Hooray! In Dixie Land I'll take my stand, to live and die in Dixie. Away, away, away down south in Dixie! ♪♫
(Ironically, composed by Daniel Decatur Emmett of Mt. Vernon, Ohio!)
2014-04-19 02:55:18tweety (user)
@Toe "*I will take any clap I can get except one" LOL SO FUNNY!!!!
2014-04-19 02:52:44tweety (user)
@BiB60 If you look at old comedy clips from sketch shows you'll see what I was thinking of your comment on slow clap. NO WAY do I ever want to start something between members I just always voice myself with a honest opinion it may ruffle some feathers when people don't agree but I am just being honest!! I too agree it takes a lot to piss me off and as you said YIKES (psychopath) Quick question Did you mean you wished you were back in the mid west?
2014-04-19 02:35:00Toe (user)
@Iluvfeet - Yes, well done. Very well done!
2014-04-19 02:17:56Iluvfeet (user)
@Toe - since this is Annette's wall, did you Donald Duck out for one minute?
2014-04-19 01:59:59Toe (user)
I duck out for one minute and all h*ll breaks loose!
For my take on it, the slow clap has always had a dual meaning. Both the Yeah right! and Bravo!, depending on the situation.
In this case, I will take any clap I can get except one.
2014-04-19 00:38:29BackInBlack60 (user)
@tweety- Ah, OK. No, just didn't want another issue where there was none. @Toe is one of my best friends on the site, and I'd never knowingly offend him in any way! Deep respect for him. I've always seen a slow clap as a sign of respect for a job well done, and just checked Urban Dictionary to verify my understanding:
I'm still not seeing how your interpretation was 'valid,' but whatever. Simple misunderstanding (again).
Nope, you really cannot 'piss me off' easily (and never have yet!); I'm fairly unflappable, like the Rush album, "Grace Under Pressure." LOL. However, I only recently learned (despite an advanced degree in psych) that such a trait is one of the markers of a psychopath!!! Yikes...
Sorry for the misunderstanding on your location though. I, too, was born Midwest, but lived most of my life in the south and wish to God I were back there now!
2014-04-19 00:29:56tweety (user)
@BiB60 Not trying to start a fight I was born and raised in the Midwest IL to be specific if you look at dead pan comedy slow clapping was a way of saying "YEAH RIGHT" ! Sorry if I pissed you off but my comment was valid!!
2014-04-19 00:10:52tweety (user)
Now @BiB60 don't be bitter!! (just joshing with you please don't be mad at me)
2014-04-18 23:58:00BackInBlack60 (user)
2014-04-18 22:15:02tweety (user)
@Toe GOOD catch with Cinderella!!!
2014-04-18 22:04:10Toe (user)
@BIB said, "Wondering if someone at Disney has a foot fetish?"
Well... Cinderella didn't come out of the blue. They just never showed the Prince sniffing the glass slipper.
2014-04-18 20:17:38BackInBlack60 (user)
@tweety - I should've capitalized "Goofy" in my post; just noticed the purely unintentional pun!
Wondering if someone at Disney has a foot fetish?
2014-04-18 19:39:33tweety (user)
@ BiB60 There is IMHO some great Mouseketeer feet In the list you mentioned!!
2014-04-18 16:46:43BackInBlack60 (user)
@Dingo "Annette - the eternal Mouseketeer."
Got me to thinking how much times have changed, with a fairly high percentage of the new crop of 'Disney Kids' growing up goofy (but at least favorites here on Wikifeet):
Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Hillary Duff, Ashley Tisdale, Christina Aguilera, Stacy Ferguson, Emily Osment, Demi Lovato, Raven Symone, Debby Ryan, et al
Some of the guys have gone twisty too. We've come a long way, baby, from Annette & Bobby.