Mooning Deemed “Disgusting but Legal” in Maryland


This is too important not to mention.

If you happen to be in Maryland, and happen to get so angry, or so drunk, that you feel the need to drop your pants and show your keyster to someone, you can relax knowing that you won’t face criminal prosecution.

My favorite quote from the story…

“James Maxwell, one of McNealy’s attorneys, said yesterday’s ruling should “bring comfort to all beachgoers and plumbers” in the state.”

I repeat – Mooning is O.K. in Maryland. That may become their new state motto. Or, “Come Enjoy the Moon(s) Over Maryland.” It would look great on a license plate. As long as there’s no photo or graphic representation. Also, whenever any Maryland Denny’s sells an order of “Moons Over My Hammy,” the server can now actually moon the customer while serving the order.

I just hope this doesn’t crack open a host of other problems. And personally, I don’t think the woman should have ever sued the mooner for the mooning incident; she should have turned the other cheek. I’m afraid we haven’t heard the end of this – no doubt the lawmakers in Maryland are going to want to get to the bottom of this incident. (sound of rim shot…”thank you, thank you… I’ll be performing here all week. Thank you and good night.)



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3 Responses to Mooning Deemed “Disgusting but Legal” in Maryland

  1. Dave Miller says:

    Thanks Charley for the morning laugh with my coffee.

  2. Anonymous says:

    But…
    XOXOXO
    Your “cheeky” friend
    Miss Cindy 🙂

  3. joannmski says:

    Why is it always about the butts? Too much butt talking here. Some things never change.

  4. Charley says:

    Hey, it normally wasn’t ME that was into the butt-talking; that was a Mski thing. Specifically, Jessica if I recall.

    Hey, why don’t you copy my mooning graphic and paste it into Jess’s blog? Somehow it seems fitting!–>

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