A dog? A child? A bundling board? I do not know what Bill has found.
I won't say what it looks like in conjunction with the two top pillows, but my guess is a 'body pillow'. Seriously, people even if you didn't think "ooh that looks odd" before the pic...how about as you were lookign at it?
this seems dirty somehow : )
Do you WANT to know what Bill has found?yeah, probably just a body pillow... but it looks mighty odd...
I'm a little bit scared to know what Bill found!Marianewww.crochetbymommaj.etsy.com
Apparently they don't like to cuddle...
Did you notice that the two pictures of the pool are dramatically different colors? I'm thinking that the algea formed in the few minutes it took to take both pictures. It's a miracle!
My bad ... If I had scrolled backwards first, I would have seen that. I am shamed (head hanging down).
Congratulations on getting me to Google "Bundling board." I learned something here today.
That's what makes you crazy, Mo.
UMMMMMMM.... The link in this post is to the home in the previous post.... ?????
I'm not getting the previous house when I click on the link, diane. Anyone?
I'd say Mo got the same one, since she's mentioning the lovely green pool. The link goes to http://www.estately.com/listings/photos/1062153#listings/photos/1062153 on my (company) computer.
My bed looks like that too, and I have no pets that large. That pillow does help my back, though!
For a split second, I saw the house with the algae pond, then it skipped to the one with the bump in the night. Strange.
I'm thinking Mo got the same thing, for the mention of the lovely green pool. When I try the link in the previous post now I get an error, and on this one I get the pukey pool.
Yikes! I wanna poke it...
Giant turd, perhaps?
Maybe they have a no touchy touchy policy at their house....?
Back when I was married I used to often threaten my husband that I'd draw a chalk line down the middle of the bed if he didn't move over, dammit. Now if only I'd had one of those wall things I ight still be married!
I think it's obviously. The relationship between the couple who shared the bed has become untenable (hence selling the house to move on along their separate paths . . .) but until someone exchanges cash for house, the owners have to make do with a small wall in between them at night. This not only stops the awkwardness of cold toes accidentally touching the other person's shin, but sends a clear message mentally - "there is a barrier between us but I am not budging until I have the proceeds of sale in my hot hands." . . . .
Makes me want to dig out my copy of Aristophanes' Lysistrata...
Aha, so that's where I left the body! Damn, evil plan foiled again.
You go ahead and poke it, karen, i'll just stay here by the door...
It made me think of the mother's bed in "Psycho". You know, where her body lay for so long there was an indent? This is kind of the reverse of that.
I dunno, it looks like a giant daddy part to me.
It could be a so called "Dutch Wife" Used in Indonesia (a former Dutch colony) it is a wicker or bamboo tube the size of a person for use in the bed. In the summer heat, the open bamboo structure is cooler than fabric pillows or sheets.
knock knock knock...."Quick hide the body...the real estate lady is here!!!"
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