And she's a pastor's wife.
...so she has it on a higher authority.
Since this is a mostly PG-13 site, I will say this delicately: the body part is more definitively less swallowable than the bodily fluid.
The way she spells her name is how my very Southern grandmother would say your name, Meghan.
Mostly I just want to know the answers to 2-7.
2. Thermometer 3. Toothbrush 4. Cigarette 5. Chewing tobacco 6. Ellen DeGeneres's hatred of America 7. Cock
Also, by the way, I just wanted Steve Harvey to say "show us ... 'THEIR SPERM'!"
PG-13 does give you license for one "cock," so there you...oops.
Or at least that he might question the use of the third-person plural possessive.
Is he dancing because he thinks the absence of the guess means that people generally do, in fact, swallow that?
i should hope so.
Family Feud was begging for this by posing that question. Other questions being contemplated at Family Feud Survey HQ:Name something people pay for even though it isn't legal to do so.Name a bodily orifice.
The best possible thing happens at 2:12.
The joke of Family Feud is that it asks questions where the obvious answer is something lewd, but the people don't say the lewd thing, even though everybody is thinking it. So the question works for the kids, who don't have to hear anything off-color, and it works for the adults, since the whole segment is pregnant with the obvious answer (no pun intended). But what is funny about this segment is that the preacher's wife is having none of the unwritten rules. Honey Badger don't care.
I thought that was the point of Match Game, not the Feud.
I remember watching the original with Richard Dawson when I was growing up.It alway seemed to me that Dawson was always walking a very thin line with some of the questions and especially when it came to greeting the female contestants.But it always seemed to me that he had a whole lot more fun playing up his reputation. The double entendre ("Match Game", anyone?) was always his schtick and back then he was smooth enough to pull it off.
Well, I think Match Game and Newlywed Game are on one side of this line, but Family Feud is on the other -- there is an understanding on Family Feud not to give the answer the pastor's wife gave. And that may be why the pastor's wife's answer wasn't even on the board; if THAT answer had been given in the survey, F.F. would have scrubbed it from the board, because that isn't their game. Match Game would have asked the question differently, of course, but the art would have been in answering in a funny way that made clear what the answer was. Perhaps, outside of this forum, we can dream up Match Game questions that call for that answer, and the answers that Charles Nelson Reilly or Richard Dawson would have given. Wow, I see an essay topic on Richard Dawson developing here.
Richard Dawson was the kind of guy who qualified as an acceptable rogue in the 1970s but would get shitcanned after 10 minutes in any marginally responsible company today. Gene Rayburn was the kind of guy who qualified as a menacingly lecherous weirdo in the 1970s but would get his picture distributed at community meetings today.
True, but if we're going to talk about lecherous weirdos, I'd have to add Chuck Barris to the list.
Paul, I had to go back and rewatch - are you talking about everyone sighing in unison?
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Dumb Donna is so dumb. (How dumb is she?)Dumb Donna is so dumb that, despite being a preacher's wife, she risked public humiliation by admitting on national television that she had BLANKED her husband.
where in the world did you come up with #6?