I completed today’s blog last night and let Steve take a look at it. I asked him if he liked it and he said it was okay. But it was the tone of the word "okay" I didn’t like.
He said he did not understand all the cat pictures and did not care for Arnold and called him a pussy. I looked at him and laughed and said,
I sat there and deleted most of my cat pictures except three and thought.
Could this not be the ultimate pay per view Maury Povich Show?
I can hear Maury now,
"We are going to play a wonderful game called “Who's Your Daddy?” and chances are this Daddy is not going to have “Total Recall!”
Maury tells the audience that most Baby Daddies keep having sex with their baby mommas even when they have stopped the relationship. How long did Arnold "the impregnator" keep this thing hidden from his wife Maria?
I do believe it was ten years so he can really be called “The Running Man!”
Maury tells him,” You are the father!"
Arnold said that he has also been accused of "creepin" around with the lady of the local taco truck and she said that little Arnie has the same eyes as him. Arnold admitted that he did bring home free tacos to his family.
"The lie detector says, you are the father!"
Arnold argues with another mother on the stage that the baby is black and it looks nothing like him. He insists he is not the father and wants a DNA test.
Maury says,” When it comes to the DNA test- you are the father!"
Arnold screams, "He doesn't even have my eyes!"
Arnold insists that he is not the father of another baby either.
The mother screams at him,
"Look at those eyes, nose and especially his neck!"
"Dis is Yo Baby!"
"When it comes to little Andy- you are the father!"
Arnold tells the very last woman on stage that he used protection when he had an affair with her.
"Dat baby don't like me!" he says.
"Whuuuut? Thaz not my son!" he adds.
Maury yells-"You are not the father!
Arnold smiles, looks at her and says,
"Hasta la Vista Baby-I’ll be back!”
Linda Seccaspina 2011
Cat Pictures by Linda
Other pictures by Google images
Short Shorts by Linda Seccaspina