LOL! thats really funny! and boy do I wish I looked like her!hey.. a question .. were we supposed to get a calander? It doesnt matter, but I thought you said we were and that you had mailed them.. (??) and I didnt get one. just checking!have a lovely sunday!hugsvivian
OK, I'm laughing my own L ASS off here! I look like that too, in my head. I always get a rude shock if I look in the mirror too closely.Still laughing...Kate
OMG! I'm dieing over here (don't send paramedics, it's of laughter & I can't think of a better way to go!)What a flippen HOOT!!
I'm so cracking up right now! Thanks for this...I needed it...and yes...WE ALL SO LOOK LIKE THIS! Give me a little airbrushing and my A$% would so look like this!Have a Great SUNDAY!!! You so made mine!Cheers!
And they have the nerve to charge us four bucks to insult us, LOL! Thanks for a good one, T!!!
Good God do they have no idea how fragile a menopausal woman's ego is?? Better to just let us believe we still got it :)Pattie ;)Mazatlan mx.
Hi Kiddo,Had to drop by again. Thanks for stopping by last night. In answer to your question. I agree the floats are always amazing. The short answer is that all the floats are saved from year to year They are made of a kind of cheese cloth (and here it's double thickness) that has been soaked in a water cement mixture. There are quite a few floats in this year's parade that were reused. The Egyption bardge was a Viking long boat last year. The huge Harlequin has been reused for 3 or4 years. They just repaint the float to match the theme for that year :) Do you remember hearing stories about "Make do" during the depression. Well this whole country has had to perfect that for generations. It is truly amazing and often artistic the way things we are sure are unuseable get repaired, reused, or readapted!! Mexico has been the masters of "altered art" for hundreds of years. I am constantly amazed and humbled at the ability of my Mexican neighbors' to truly turn a sow's ear into a silk purse!!Stop by again, and thank you now that you have gotten me thinking about some of these cultural differences I think I'll do a few post about them.Pattie ;)Mazatlan Mexico
Don't you know that L ASS means luscious ass? Sheesh, what did you think it meant? Hee hee.
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!That is the funniest thing I have seen in quite awhile :o) Shasta
That is funny girl. I bet a man did that!
BAHAHAHAHA....that is hilarious!!
I am just giggling mad ;) I thought that tag was custom made just for moi ;) ;) tee heeeee ;)I am lovin' catching up on your blog. I don't know how i will ever resist the apron with the red ribbon band. They are beautful!! xoxo
Still laughing....As I sit here on my L ASS in front of the computer, I stopped by to see if you had an updated post. But no, the same one is mocking my internal skinny self... :DKate
LOL! Too funny. Beautiful set though.Smiles and chuckles,Pat
That is hysterical....I mean the way you presented it....not necessarily in seeing it on a tag. Yet mine would no doubt say [size 'nothing can cover that' ASS!] LOL! You just crack me up girl!!!XOXOXO
large ass!!ha ha ha!! I bet she wishes she was a creative mama though instead of looking bored! thanks very much for stopping by my blog..I love your blog with its paintings and those aprons should be put in that new apronology mag!
Seriously - was that an underwear tag??? LOL! - Teresa
I'm just now seeing your blog and the tag is still funny. I love it when I'm all alone and out of the blue can find a huge laugh out loud blog like this one. I'm in tears from reading all the comments before me.
MArty told me to have a look, I came, and I sort of hope I laughed some of my version of the L ASS off!
Too funny! Marty sent me, and said "You simply must click and scroll to her February 28, 2009, blog. Too funny. But scroll slowly....you'll enjoy the journey!" She was TOO RIGHT! This post is hilarious, as are all the comments! Awesome blog! Cheers!
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