Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
We had a stretch were teens were stealing a 6 foot tall fiberglass Big Boy until they finally bolted it down securely. I realixze it's illegal but it was a harmless prank. They would leave it on someone's lawn in the middle of the night.
cube - glad you're feeling better.you were missed.
Aren't those Gorillas useful for hood winking small children????As to your cold: did you violate Gloria Estefan's rule for avoiding a cold? Did you keep your socks on?QQ
Chuck: Who wouldn't want a Frisch's Big Boy as a lawn ornament? Sue: Oh, that's so sweet. Thank you. **blush**
we used to have a neighbor, bill, who used to curse everybody with a "mudder-puckin' tumunab*tch" - the gorilla hat reminds me of him!
LOL! Free the mechanical gorillas!
QQ: Are you talking about the lady who pretended to her child that the gorilla's arm never moved because she had timed the gorilla's arm movement and always turned towards the gorilla just when its arm was at its side? I heard about her. Her child kept yelling that the gorilla DID move, but she would never turn in time to see it move.Only in Tampa :-)As far as Gloria Estefan goes, I think she has a point. I did walk around barefoot for about 1.6 seconds on Sunday and BAM I got sick. It was that quick ;-)nanc: I think we all have a neighbor like that or an uncle ;-)brooke: I know you're poking fun, but don't underestimate these mechanical gorillas... probably they're smarter than the average Obama voter.
Cube,She'd be the one!!! I wonder if that kid has gotten revenge on her/his mother. It has been many years since that story.QQ
QQ: **glancing nervously around** I'm hoping that child never goes after retribution for the gorilla deception.
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