No, really, apparently Tuplo, Mississippi is selling out on tickets to 50 Shades of Grey faster than the rest of the country (the entire state is selling tickets at a rate of four to one. This according to a report by Rachel Maddow.
So, we are thinking of heading out there for Valentine’s Day, standing outside a theater showing the film, wait for the film to empty out, and make myself available to the hot, sweaty women who are already worked up.
Tonight, on the Rachel Maddow Show, Maddow and regular guest, Air America’s Ana Marie Cox, discussed the fringetastic anti-tax Renaissance Faires known as “tea parties.” There is only one thing in all the world worth noting about the people behind these things, and it is this: everyone involved is apparently unaware of what the term “teabagging” means. As you will see, this is not the case with Maddow and Cox.
And just in case you didnâ€™t know what all of the hilarity was about, here is an explanation courtesy of the gals from Sex and the City (careful, due to the nature of what is being explained, sound is required, and well, it simply is not SFW)
I can only refer to Jon Stewart who said â€œI donâ€™t think â€˜teabagging the White Houseâ€™ means what you think it does.â€
I was going to sign off with that, but then a friend sent me the following clip where MSNBC commentator, David Schuster, went one up on…or is that two down on…the topic of teabagging: