Don’t Think I’m Not Carrying Emotional Baggage

My mother was very modest. When she was very old she happened to say that her husband, my father, never saw her naked. It’s a wonder I’m here. If you watched my video from last January 25, you may remember that photo of me pulling down my shirt.

I remember my mother taking this photo. She said “Cover your peepee”. She was saying “Cover your peepee” all the time. Check this out. It’s my childhood teddy bear.

He’s wearing the second set of clothing that she made for him. The first was pajamas. I remember her telling me that “We wouldn’t want your teddy to be naked, would we?” When she would buy pants for me she would reach into my front pocket to make sure the pocket was shallow enough so that I couldn’t put my hand in there and play with my peepee. No kidding. Geeze! It’s a wonder I’m not in some nut  joint for another tune-up.

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3 Responses to Don’t Think I’m Not Carrying Emotional Baggage

  1. Anna Page says:

    Thank you for posting this story, it’s beautifully bizarre!

  2. Tom says:

    Bud,

    You just won my weird story award 🙂

    • budgra5_wp says:

      You know, parents are pretty much winging it when it comes to raising their children. Take Loinfruit. He was a very difficult teenager. But we did our best, and I think we did it as well as could be done. I knew he came from good parents and a loving household. As he reached his later twenties it seemed like he became a new person. Now hes a delight. Saturday he’s taking me to an NHL hockey game in Tampa. Just because he likes me so much. It’s very satisfying.

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