"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Wow great pic terry love it!
That is a great photo. I like amphibians,
Cute picture. He really does look stuck.Did you get any of the fresh caught fish? I love it when my husband brings some home. It's the best.
But they taste SO good! Especially after the chocolate melts and they go "crunch" YECH!!!!!lol
...and let that be a lesson to us all ;>
Funny and ironic. Ironic cause I just started my diet.
Great caption! LOL
i feel his pain. ; )
what an awesome picture though! love the caption. lolthanks for the visit by my place:)
funny funny :)tc
My lizard has a hard time squeezing into tight places too.What, he does.
ebezp - do you like lizards too?Doug - Lizards and snakes are rather fun - to watch and to play with.Goldennib: Nope - no fish. I think my dad must have had a hellofa bbq... just for the halibut. Jillie - my dad brought home some "chocolate covered grasshoppers" once when I was a kid... I thought they were real, but they turned out to be just plain candy. GROSS! There is a show on the travel channel these days where a guy goes around eating gross things, including deep fried stuffed whole frogs, live grubs and worms, and other horrid things... WHY?Mo'a - does that lesson include Icelandic cakes?Lone Grey Squirrel - awe, what's a few chocolate covered ants.. why, I bet they don't have any calories at all.SoCal Sal - you still around? Hi!Neva - me too. Oh boy do I!
Lime - Wecome! I loved dropping over your place - I even took my shoes off and sat down for a spell.TC - coming from you, that means a lot - Mr. Funny Friday.Diesel - oh my! A visit from the great published author... Um, I assume you are talking about your pet iguana.
Slammed ass busy at work is really cramping my style. LOL
...... andddddddd in the background you can see one that got so stuck that it died and all that is left is his skeletal head ;-)
thats not his head...its a giant bean sprout.no, wait, its a Pac Man...
no, wait,its a Muppet...i think its Ernie.oh god, Ernie's d...!no, it couldnt be.actually, it looks likean albino Ernie...maybe he's just out tanning..it kind of looks as if he's singing too...(i think i've been exposedto too many paint fumes....)
tsduff said... Socal Sal - Isn't that the normal daily reality? ... the normal necessary grind we have to do in order to survive... the modern version of hunt, gather, grow... you know, put the food on the table...Weatherchazer..Glad to see another lizard lover :)Kingcover - I was hoping nobody would notice that sad thing in the background... but nothing gets by you.JJ - I was thinking more like a split pea... but pac man works too.
Teehee, it's all in the details ;-)
JJ - OH NO! Not Ernie! Funny how those paint fumes help us see things we never saw before... now hurry and go over the get some Icelandic fresh air-in-a-can... which was brilliant posted by Minka over at
http://centralsnark.wordpress.com/2007/08/22/how-stupid-are-we/I don't know why my links are working on blogger today. :-(
AREN'T WORKING, DAMMIT!
Yes Kingcover, details. But where's the little green guy?
I thought it was a pistachio nut. Although that isn't nearly as interesting as Ernie's or Elmo's heads.
I felt a little like that today after waaaaaaaay too big of a lunch!
Very cute lizard. :)
Did someone say "chocolate???!!!"I'm a lover of chocolate in all forms, but I LOVE dark chocolate truffles the most. What a cute photo.
HA HA Sal - Ernie and Elmo's heads are rounder than a pistachio nut, and more funny too.Crazy Me - I ALWAYS feel like that :-(bla - yes, I rather think so too! Do they have that sort of lizard in Bulgaria?Jamie Dawn - YES! Dark Chocolate rules. I'm not so sure about the ants though... LOL
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