Sunday, September 14, 2008

We're going to need a bigger tortilla chip.



It's a pond! A lovely pond! A pond for your children to play in! A pond found by Brad, who points out that there's just one flaw: the pond is filled with store-bought guacamole.


(No, I never will get tired of the "We're going to need a bigger [blank]" line.)

12 comments:

Meg said...

That's just gross. I feel like I'm getting attacked by mosquitos just looking at it.

Silliyak said...

I was hoping it was a putting green.

Brandy said...

Maple Pond... Is it maply delicious?

What floored me about this 2400+ sq ft 1/4 acre property were that the taxes are $1000 more annually than we pay on a similar property in Los Angeles!!! But then, we don't have a pond so much as just a pool....

joe pettis said...

their office looks like my dentist's office... when i was a kid

T said...

CLEARLY store bought... the good, homemade stuff has chunks in it. See what happens when people cut corners? *sigh*

FoxyMoron said...

Yeah where are the bits of tomato?

T said...

the other "t" stole my comment :) I've always preferred homemade, if only they hadn't skimped!

Andy 3000 said...

Sara,

Don't tell my wife, but I fall in love with you about three times a day.

Don't ever change.

R2K said...

Its duckweed... it is natural and thus attractive for those of us in the know.

Bright green = probably healthy.

Deep slimy green = eutropic.

PS swimming in or under duckweed can be really fun. Like a secret pond that on you can see.

The Mef thing said...

Don't you dare get tired of the "We're going to need a bigger ____." line, it's always hilarious.

R2K said...

Yes "That on your can see" means "That only you can see."

Anonymous said...

OMG! I grew up right next to Shoreview and I swear the lake we went to would get like that occasionally in the summer. What is worse, sometimes there would be a blue-green oily viscuous layer on the water. And smelled awful! Cause the worst earaches. Memories! Thanks!