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by Nathan'ette Burdine: May 1, 2019

“NO! DON’T PUT THAT IN THERE!” Is the one and only sub-segment of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s (LSSC) special segment “MEANWHILE.”

And yes folks, NO! DON’T PUT THAT IN THERE! sounds just like what it is. Just stop and think about what you wouldn’t put in there.

Would you warm up your socks in the microwave? No, you wouldn’t put that in there?

Would you brush your teeth with your dog’s toothbrush? No, you wouldn’t put that in there.

Would you put actual mud in a mud cake? No, you wouldn’t put that in there. Y’all get the picture. You don’t put stuff in places where it shouldn’t be. Some folks don’t know this, though. They like to experiment with things like garlic.

According to Stephen Colbert, gynecologists are warning the women folks about placing garlic in their “valleys” in order to keep the yeast away. “I mean if everyone at the dinner has garlic then no one really notices,” is what Stephen Colbert had to say about that.

Garlic smells and when you mix it with something like a woman’s “valley,” which has its own special, distinct, and powerful odor, then you give everyone in the room a knockout punch.

If you women folks are getting yeast and other stuff down there, then y’all need to clean the inside and outside of y’all’s “special place.” Because adding garlic to something that wasn’t made to smell like spring time all the time, is just not the thing to do. Garlic is for spaghetti, lasagna, and pizza pies, not your “pizza pie.”

Sooo….yeah, if y’all women folks want to keep the yeast away, then do it the natural way by using soap and water to clean the inside and outside of y’all’s “valleys.”


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