Monday, December 21, 2009

Shenry’s Christmas VI CD Swap: “Whoopee with Sass”

Warning: Dear Gentle Readers who expect a safe crafty subject today. It’s not. Don’t read if you’re easily offended. If you do choose to read, please don’t fuss at me later; I’ve tried to keep it somewhat under control.

Once again, I’ve participated in Shenry's annual Christmas CD Swap. The theme this year was challenging for me, one of his suggested considerations was “Orgasmalanche” and another Michael Jackson. I had to ask a friend what the first term meant.


Source: I received it in an email the other day, but it originates at parodyville.com

Since Michael Jackson really doesn’t do anything at all for me, I worked on the “Orgasmalanche” theme—which was rather brave of me considering it’s a public display of naughtiness. It’s probably good the mostly young people in the swap learn we old folks still have a life, y’know. This can be my good deed on behalf of baby boomers everywhere. My CD is titled “Whoopee with Sass”.


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We’re tasked to explain our music choices on our blogs—awkward for me as I keep such subjects private and do not write about them. However, I chose to accept the challenge and am endeavoring to meet the established parameters.

In considering my play list, I contemplated … uh … making love … as a type of bell curve where everything starts slow and easy, somewhat tentative. Then it all gets much more energetic and builds to a peak—enough said about that bit. Then the bell curve turns downward to cuddling time. Everyone’s different, but this is my world view of such matters and my musical offerings reflect this perception.


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If I’m going to put brazen music CDs into the hands of the other participants, I figured I could at least make everything look pretty. I used a CD Kit from Chronicle Books (various versions can be found cheaper at Amazon.com) to create my gift set offerings and printed my play list on pink paper.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Junie Moon! You brazen hussy. Peronally, I think it could be a best seller! :) (signed sister...)

Mommy, I'm Home said...

Junie, you naughty, naughty girl! I love it, though -- especially the beautiful presentation!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I immediately "clicked to enlarge" the song titles after reading your text June..lol....and I see that one song title is left blank...curiosity has me wanting to know what that one is and was that meant for the "O" moment,,lol!!??

You have a great selection of music, and some songs I never heard of! It will be a music education for many and your presentation is so pretty!

I'd love to know what you get in return!

Shauna said...

Wow, I learn something new about family every day... ;) There are some great songs on that list, June - I look forward to checking the rest out!

Lorrie said...

You are hilarious! I think it's great - and the presentation is beautiful.

Storybook Woods said...

LOL, I am laughing so much I can not even comment xoxoxo Clarice

Anonymous said...

I love your post Junie! I cannot wait to listen to your cd. You are adorable!
(Boni)

FinnyKnits said...

You're a bastion of restraint, Junie. Thankfully, you're also sassy as all hell - which I love.

Gorgeous project, you saucy fox.

Thimbleanna said...

You're hysterical Junie! (Clearly that Dub is a lucky, lucky man LOL!)

I cracked up when I read the playlist -- haven't heard the term "One Eyed Trouser Snake" in a long time! (Now that I think about it, I think I heard it as "On Eyed Trouser Trout!")

shenry said...

I recieved you mix, and it is the prettiest mix cd I've ever recieved. I'll give you a more in-depth review of the contents after I've digested them thuroughly

Kristie said...

You're so cute with your bashfulness, Junebug. It was a great, fun mix! Rock on, you sexy mama!

Bridgett said...

LOL...you're so bashful!

But you did a great job. Yay!

And good song choices too.

)O(
boo

Gumbo Lily said...

I'm woopin' over the funny old folks! Darling CD covers.

Jody

Cat said...

You just find the most awesome things. LOL glad the old folks still have a life ;-)