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hahahaha - no discussion, sorry, but they cracked me up...does that make me weird? do I care???
No it makes you cool, Maureen. You get along with all the cool kids at school.
Hey I'm all for sharing, but does the bird have to climb right in the bag? Seagulls are a little scary...and so greedy!
LOL.Funny references to Oscar Wilde and Seagulls always make me giggle.
Rats with wings!
I already had a fear of seagulls...lol. Seagulls are steriods in Vancouver.
A seagull crapped on my leg once when I was one the beach. Oscar Wilde may have wanted to hump my leg but I can't confirm that.
*are ON steriod here. a very aggressive bunch:)
I like the seagull picture.
Seagulls are almost as aggressive as geese, I think, Mellowlee. Of course a goose would rip the bag right out of your hands and lift your wallet as well.Oscar Wilde is one of the kings of the internet, isn't he, Hilary? He certainly is one of the cool kids anyway.Aggressive rats with wings, Sarah! And loudmouthed schnooks as well.I'm glad you clarified that seagulls were not actually steroids in Vancouver, Allison. It will save me much embarassment next time I'm in Vancouver trying to score a hit of seagulls, er steroids.You got off esily with it just being your leg which was crapped on, Ben. You may not have gotten off so easily with Mr Wilde.It's a neat angle, isn't it, Neil? Very myspacey - stupid trendy seagulls.
LOL!!! Love it. 'Mocking ur foibles' hehehe! Lorks-a-lordy that seagull is deranged looking.
I particularly like the juxtiposition of the words "ur" and "foibles", Kees - meeting of the old and the new. And seaulls are deranged by definition, are they not?
those damn seagulls are always one step ahead of me!
I know, Neil. I wanted some of those chips too!
you're mocking me !!!
I would never mock you, Will! But Oscar Wilde, he's a shit disturber that way, he's always mocking.
Neil if the seagulls are one step ahead of you stop following them so close. It's funny Barbara B but there are tons of seagulls in Montreal but no geese. I guess I will meet geese in TO soon enough. Racoons I have seen crossing the street. The cute little bandits... My sister stopped for a crossing racoon the other day and because she stopped she did not get hit by another car speeding across the road just ahead of her. I dropped my resume off at the you know where today...I got a new email address I will send to you as soon as I add 50 names to my address book grrrr. Wait it's a simple address. Just change videotron.ca to Rogers.com the rest of it is the same...
Thanks for the change of email, Barbara W. How weird that there are no geese in Montreal!Racoons are cute little buggers,m aren't they, except when they get in your garbage? We always had lots of them in London. And now they are saving your sister's life.
LMAO! The bird/chips picture actually made me laugh my ass off. My bum cheeks literally escaped the hold of my bum bones and can still be found on the rug.Seriously though, the picture itself is awesome, the expression the bird has is priceless, but the choppy compspeak irritates me. But you knew that already.
I was thinking of you when I saw the compspeak, Alana. I particularly liked combining it with the word "foible". Makes my brain explode. I hope that you are able to reattach your bum to the bum bones very shortly.
... and here I thought Oscar Wilde was my friend.
He's meanest to his friends, Will.
Oscar would never say URBut I really enjoyed the seagull one!
I'm quite sure Oscar would never say UR, Jacquie, but maybe if he had kids that hung out on the internet. But then again, he would never have kids either.
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