Look What I Found!
Someone on Twitter called my attention to these shirts. I have no idea where they come from, but this is a real and available product. Too funny!
Check them out here. Although I really don’t want to handle anyone else’s problems, thanks. I have my own share of them!
You know, I’ve really been craving spanky talk and writing, but I can’t think of anything new to say right now. I mean, what hasn’t been talked about thousands of times? Hopefully I will have some new experiences soon — working on the local top thing. Fingers crossed! And Shadow Lodge will be here before you know it.
Have a great weekend, y’all. Be safe. Lots of crazies out there.
I’m not quite brave enough to wear the OTK shirts someone was selling, but this may be an obscure enough spanking reference that I’d feel safe in it. 😂
Xen — obscure is right! If you wore this, people would be asking, “Who the hell is Erica Scott??” (laughing)
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There’s site called “How Many of Me.” I checked and there are 338 Erica Scotts in the USA.
I think all of us who read your blog should buy one. Lol
There are 42 people with my first and last name. I wish it let us search for middle name — I might be one of a kind. (It’d be nice to have SOME distinction.)
Either this is a mystery and I’m surprised you aren’t more concerned with it, or there’s an obvious explanation that I’m not picking up on. Is there a historically famous Erica Scott that everyone but me knows about and that’s who the shirt is referring to? Who is Frank Snida (the designer)? Is he really in Palau, or is it like Instagram, you can make your location anything you want, including as a joke? If the latter, why is Palau funny? More to the point, why would Frank Snida insert your scene name into this familiar World War Two Britain meme?
[Pause for research]
There are plenty of other “Keep calm and let [name] handle it” products on that site, so that’s a thing. They aren’t all by Frank Snida, so it’s not HIS thing, especially. Most of them seem to be only a single name, though — and I can’t see any historical pattern to the names (they aren’t Winston or Bernard or George or other British WW2 names). I found a “Keep calm and let Jill Scott handle it” product. So was Erica Scott a random name choice?
What in the everloving fuck is going on?
I just hope you’re getting royalties from the sale of these shirts!
Liza — hmmmm… seems that if you guys did, you’d have some ‘splaining to do!
Michael — aaand we’re overthinking, yes? (laughing) Erica Scott was a random name, I’m sure. Someone the designer knows. I found it a snicker-worthy coincidence.
Bob — Ha! Nope. I don’t get royalties for anything except my books.
That’s amazing – and scary!
Hermione — ah well, at least it’s not insulting!
I wonder just what this Erica Scott Impersonator might be handling?! Hmmm…
Remember– Always Insist On the Genuine Erica Scott, Accept No Sub-Substitutes.
Excuse me, I stuttered.
Say, isn’t that the song Bloody Mary sings in “South Pacific,”
“Spanky Talk! Keep talkin’ Spanky Talk!
Talk about bottoms in pink hues!
You gotta have a dream,
If you don’t have a dream,
How you gonna have a dream come true?”
Dave — (snicker) I do believe you mean “Happy Talk.” Although for those with our persuasion, Spanky Talk and Happy Talk are one and the same!