What do you think you’re looking at, Sugar Tits?

I’m not sure where this picture came from. But it rules. And I have to say, I’m utterly and completely taken with the phrase “sugar tits“. Is it a kind of bird? A candy? a frosted fried dough confection? You know, it’s the kind of thing I’d actually call someone, in a bar or in […]

I’m not sure where this picture came from. But it rules.

Mel Gibson Sugar Tits.0

And I have to say, I’m utterly and completely taken with the phrase “sugar tits“. Is it a kind of bird? A candy? a frosted fried dough confection?

You know, it’s the kind of thing I’d actually call someone, in a bar or in bed. You know it’s true – how many of you can hear me say it? How ya doin, Sugar-tits?

But aside from that – and, you know, looking great in a kilt – I’m not Mel Gibson. Trust me on that.

8 thoughts on “What do you think you’re looking at, Sugar Tits?”

  1. Sugartits. I think of Heinlein’s Maureen Johnson in Time Enough for Love and To Sail Beyond the Sunset. She was talking to Lazarus and mentioned that Brian calls her SugarTits.
    It’s a great endearment. I’d love to be called SugarTits.

  2. I love the term Sugar Tits! Even if it does get my slapped by the airport security lady.

    I’m redneck like that.

  3. I hate to cut off the speculative streak, but:

    sugar-tit
    cloth tied around a bit of sugar to form a nipple-like pacifier for a baby.

    From Wikipedia’s pacifier entry:
    Pacifiers were a development of hard teething rings, but they were also a substitute for the softer sugar-tits, sugar-teats or sugar-rags [7]which had been in use in 19th century America. A writer in 1873 described a “sugar-teat” made from “a small piece of old linen” with a “spoonful of rather sandy sugar in the centre of it”, “gathered … up into a little ball” with a thread tied tightly around it. [8] Rags with foodstuffs tied inside were also given to babies in many parts of Northern Europe and elsewhere. In some places a lump of meat or fat was tied in cloth, and sometimes the rag was moistened with brandy. German-speaking areas might use Lutschbeutel: cloth wrapped round sweetened bread, or maybe poppy-seeds. A Madonna and child painted by Dürer in 1506[9] shows one of these tied-cloth “pacifiers” in the baby’s hand.

    Of course, some of us have more sugar in our tits than others. So now, combining the two, I keep envisioning horny pioneers walking up to the general store counter and demanding massive amounts of sugar.

    Man enters, looks around surreptitiously. Whispers, “I’d like two double-D sized bags of sugar, please.”

    Or, “Just gimme a tablespoon-sized amount of sugar, Bill. No need for more than a mouthful, I always say, har har.”

  4. Oh I can so imagine you using all kind of sugary endearments… Including “sugar tits,” and “candy ass” and anything else your evil & nasty mind can come up with for someone! LOL…

    As for Mel. I heard that “Sugar tits” bit somewhere else. Managed to pull it out of memory too. He called a cop that when arrested apparently.. Recently. He’re the link for the write up where I read it…

    http://2dollarproductions.blogspot.com/2006/07/gibson-owns-malibu-but-his-life-is.html

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