Thursday, July 2, 2009

You'd always have a place to hang your bathrobe


"Hi!"
"Watcha doing? Mind if we watch?"
"Could you scratch my nose for me?"
"Kissy kissy kissy, come here, kissy kissy kissy...."
"Crap, I thought we were dressing as geese. I swear Alice said we were dressing as geese. Damn it, Alice..."
"Me too! Don't forget meeeee!"

Meanwhile, in the back yard -- look away, children:


And I'm not even using a Modesty Chair! Ooooh.

(Found by vinylvillager.)

16 comments:

thevinylvillage said...

I was so horrified by the Taxidermy Museum in the bedroom that I totally missed the Chair orgy on the patio. I hang my head in shame and admit that this lovely palace is a mere stones throw from my house...and has for some odd reason been on the market for three years.

Land of shimp said...

Yes, some odd reason, thevinylvillage :-) Weirdly enough I think because the description makes it sound just fabulous and the reality is a huge contrast.

Throw in a couple, "needs some TLC" "just waiting to be made perfect!" to make the two match up a bit better.

Also, ditch the dead animals unlimited, or at least relocate them to an area that doesn't make it quite so...

Yeah, ditch 'em. Man, whoever that is they are flying in the face of the possibility of karma and reincarnation, and really making a stand. For their sake, I almost hope they are right, otherwise I know what he or she is coming back as.

No, no. Not a deer. Don't be silly. As a tick on deer. Over, and over, and over.

Adrian said...

Who's the odd goose out?

Christy said...

Hrmmm, I don't know. Is that room the master of the guest bedroom? If it's a guest, I'd say it's a pretty ingenious way to ensure your houseguests won't overstay their welcome

Angel said...

I almost choked on my coffee when I read the dead animal commentary, Sara! And Chair... oh, Chair. When will you find your modesty? Shameful!

Anonymous said...

I went to vote for Funniest Blog from the link on your home page and you are right, it is hard to find! For all of you LL lovers out there, go to this site (top right corner of this homepage)and vote for Sara. Under Funniest Blog, the button for LL is in the 5th row down from top, third button from left. It doesn't have a "blog name" under button but put curser over the button and you should see LL's homepage pop up. Go, go now.

Just curious, what is the prize?

Sara said...

I don't think they say what the prize is. I also don't think I have a chance in hell of winning. But I'm desperate for external validation, so, you know.

Anonymous said...

I would hate to do my business in the master bedroom with all of those eyes watching me...

mudslicker said...

Whatever you do, don't turn back the bedspread! I think that huge lump might be Alice...either that or the meat on the wall have got a watermelon surrounded.

Anonymous said...

I think they need to promote the beauty parlor out back more than they are doing. I know there has to be people out there dying to act out their own version of Steel Magnolias.

Jill said...

Chairs take that foursome inside where the deers can watch! The fancy chairs in the yard don't want to see that stuff!

knitorpurl said...

"One of these things is not like the other; One of these things just isn't the same...."

Instead of counting sheep you could play Deer, Deer, Goose!

J0sie said...

Knitorpurl you took the thoughts right out of my head!

Jill, I think you're wrong on that one. The fancy chairs seem to be right at home in that situation. The one at the top of the stairs seems to be angled in a way so that he can watch and Lounger Chair is obviously standing by in case of an emergency, similar to the way strong guys stand underneath gymnasts on the bars. That way if the top chair should lose it's balance it doesn't break an arm or leg.

Glory von Hathor said...

Sweartogod that deer on the left is winking at me.

Jill said...

Oh My JOsie, I think your right. For the extra money you have to spend on the "fancy" plastic chairs, I would like to think they had better morals:)

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