PW Photography Assignment: Ree’s Ass

The theme of this week’s assignment is… Ree’s Ass–any photo including a shot of Ree’s backside.   Ree enjoys posting public photos of butts… now it’s time to turn the tables and give her a little taste of her own medicine.   It’ll be a hoot.


Upload your photo to your favorite photo sharing site and post the link in the comments.  Prizes are to be determined by this blog owner–and is limited to anything shiny but  imaginary.  Who doesn’t need/want imaginary bling?


There are none.


The “Butt” in Butterfly…

From:  the butt in butterfly…  

It never fails to amaze me how willingly REE is to publicly expose her children.  I doubt she considers how her boy will feel later on in life knowing his mom posted these pictures publicly to earn a buck.  The prospects that this kid could potentially be hurt to placate Ree’s sheeple makes me heart sick.

Ree should post pictures of her own ass on her website for a change–instead of everyone else’s in her life.  If she’s uncomfortable doing that, perhaps she should reconsider posting pictures of her family’s butts.

Some of the more sane, non-nonsensical and non-gushing comments:

Decaf Debi On Monday, June 20 at 12:48 pm

I thought all cowboys (even the little ones) had belts with big shiny buckles to help hold their jeans up?!

Linda Day On Monday, June 20 at 9:01 pm

Y’all forgot the “butt”-erfly in that last shot … there in the shadow ! Whoops ! Maybe, it’s a moth.

Dizzy Lizzie On Tuesday, June 21 at 12:24 am

Your son is gonna hate you for this ten years later

twyn On Tuesday, June 21 at 6:23 am

Maybe it’s just me, I would have told my son to pull up his pants and put a belt on, and not taken photos of his plumer’s but. Then thanked him for doing the dishes.

Minami On Tuesday, June 21 at 10:19 pm

kinda dumb

momo @ Minami On Wednesday, June 22 at 12:08 am

I agree!

Susan On Wednesday, June 22 at 3:03 am

I am wary of posting pictures of half-dressed children on the internet–in black and white, with or without strategically placed butterflies on a widely popular website. I would think the concern for the health and safety of children anywhere would prompt you to rethink such a practice. It may not put your children in danger, but it may put others at risk. These pictures may seem innocuous to normal folk, but no one can predict how some troubled individuals process these images in their brains. I know most people don’t want to wrap their minds around these things–but I had to say something.

Miss Melis @ Susan On Wednesday, June 22 at 8:32 am

I posted this before, but didn’t see it, so here we go again…..

I’m not sure you did have to say something. I guarantee there are much more “upsetting” images than these accessible on the internet for creeps to satisfy their fetishes with. These boys aren’t naked or anything, all you can see are their backs for goodness sake. I think Ree was just trying to appreciate a moment with her boys and share it with us, like she does with so many things. That’s what her blog is about. So many of us can relate to these images because we have kids and can appreciate the innocence going on here and the fun these two brothers are having together, despite doing the dishes! I understand childrens’ safety is important and we certainly need to be their advocates, but I think you’re taking these pics a little too seriously.

Red Velvet Sheet Cake…

Red Velvet Sheet Cake…

Marie M.C. On Monday, April 4 at 12:43 pm

Have you ever tried Kerrygold? From contented Irish cows, I believe. It’s sold at Trader Joe’s and other markets. The best butter ever. p.s. I don’t work for them, they never heard of me. I just love their butter so much I stop strangers in the street and insist they try it.

Once, there was this woman standing outside the grocery store wearing an aluminum covered colander on her head.  If the choice of hat wasn’t odd enough, she was covered from shoulders down with heavy blankets in the high heat of August.  She stopped me and told me that I needed to slather myself with butter so they satellites wouldn’t be able to detect a heat signature from my body.  Was that you?  

SueDeeSue On Monday, April 4 at 4:05 pm

So not fair. This is my favorite cake, but my cubhoards are bare of cake supplies. The only thing that could possibly make this cake better is, toasted almonds and a drizzle of Ghiraidellis dark chocloate sauce. Oh I am swooning……….

I can soooo relate!  My cubhoards and friginator are bare too!  

Pat Chrane On Thursday, April 7 at 8:11 pm

January, I like cake period, what ever kind

Using the term “cake period” is prolly not advisable when discussing red velvet cake.  The mental images are grotesque.  

ldane2 On Thursday, April 14 at 3:12 pm

Teflon is ugly when its peeling. Yep, that is what I use.

I heard that Teflon causes Alzheimer’s Disease if ingested.  

You dressed her in what?

Off topic… completely off topic.  I’m not exactly the conservative type–but this blog post is disturbing.  It’s old–but it’s still stomach churning.

Just as certain types of people shouldn’t be allowed to procreate–let alone, parent–nothing that people allow their children to wear surprises me.  I don’t care what it happens to be, some people out there think that whatever they wear, their child can wear.  For youngsters too young to work, self-expression in terms of clothing really shouldn’t happen without parental guidance.  Parents purchase the clothes, they should be having a say in what it is they are buying.

What astounds me is the fact that a stranger can snap an ass-shot of a random kid to reiterate her point and THEN, post it on the internet via a blog.

Brain dead…

Sorry guys, I’ve just started a 4-5 day long stretch of working 12-hour night shifts.  Unless someone is standing over me poking me with a stick, I pretend I’m brain dead during my “off time” at home.  I’m still mining comments… not only on PW’s site–but others…


I just started this blog and guess what?  My access was blocked because of a complaint that I took over this 3-day old blog from someone else and was usurping the content for my evil purposes.

Thinking that it was all a misunderstanding, I contacted Google immediately providing the verification code provided me via email.  (I copied and pasted it from the original email I’d received.)  I even provided all pertinent information they requested proving that I was, in fact, owner of the account.  No dice.

This was the response from Google:

“At Google, we take your privacy and security seriously. We’re committed to returning accounts only when we’re sure we’re giving them back to the accounts’ owners. Unfortunately, based on the information you provided, we were unable to verify that you own this account. To ensure that we are not compromising the security of the data, we can’t return the account at this time.”

I’m not exactly sure what they are wanting… they asked for my cell phone number for verification when I started the blog and they sent me a text containing a verification code…  It really isn’t hard to verify that I am the owner of the blog using that.  I never deleted it.  If I actually thought there was any question about ownership of the blog, I’d be more persistent.  I’m not that stupid. It’s a 2 day old blog with three posts.  I think the block is due to what I chose for content–though Google never said as much.

Google pulled advertisement from Pioneer Woman Sux, refused to pay current months earning and has demanded repayment for the previous month’s earnings.  This too was due to an anonymous “complaint”.  Ironically, both these complaints were lodged at about the same time.

I  know what it’s like to fork over money I don’t have–and I think the majority of Pioneer Woman’s readers/sheeple can relate to that.  How low can a person go?  So, in effort to legitimize the fact that PioneerWomanSux readership are actually “clicking in”, I started an online petition for all PWS readers.