August 31, 2004
I Spy With My Little Eye
Things I Saw On My Summer Vacation:
1. A sign in front of a Pentacostal Church that said "Flee Fornication!"
Posted by LeeAnn at August 31, 2004 10:56 AM
2. A teddy bear nailed to a stump in someone's front yard.
3. Two women at a flea market, standing ten feet apart, using walkie-talkies to communicate with each other.
4. A twenty-five pound, one-eyed housecat named "Bubbie".
5. The "Last Supper" made entirely of macaroni and nail heads.
6. Gravy on every menu.
"A teddy bear nailed to a stump in someone's front yard."
Sometimes ya gots to teach the family pet not to chase the mailman. Betcha it kept chewin' through the rope.
You include "gravy on every menu" because it's a good thing, right?
Holy shit, this is a funny post.
Hoo, boy. Gravy and free forni... Oh, wait. Nevermind. *mutter*grump*gravytease*
Interesting. Your comments handler is rejecting comments with a yahoo.com email address.
Took my son to Legoland where they have a ride with a bunch of electric cars for kids and some road for them to drive on. Really cute.
A couple kids (8-9yrs)had their mobile phones out and were talking to each other while they were driving. Yes they did bump into things.
Hmm, your comments handler didn't like my URL in either the URL place or the body. (It also barfed on c*ll phone, but that might be a swear word :)
Maybe if I spell it out you can tell me what I did wrong:
sfbayentrances dot homestead dot commercial
Is www required? The address doesn't have that.
I had an email exchange with Pixy (who runs mu.nu) and found that I (and now you) got caught in a trap set for spammers using home[something]com in their bogus email address.
Now, was that gravy listed on every menu, or was that gravy spilled on every menu you happened to pick up?
Jealous? You're damned right.
Red-eye? drippins? milk? Inquiring bellies want to know!
That wasn't one a them Korean Pentecostal churches, was it?