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February 03, 2012

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Ahem, BG...

is this going to be a 'thing' now?

Ummm, I believe I "ahemmed" before it became a thing. Someone else took it and ran with it. I won't name any names...

I'm merely doing what I do, and I've always ahemmed.

I have also been in the Ahemorrhage business for some time.

But Sadly, No! wins, I suspect.
~

Yeah, I think many have been in the ahemming business for a long time. I keep thinking of Foghorn Leghorn... or some such character.

I'm now flashing back to a trip to Kings Island, looooong ago, where the signs all said, "Ahem! You must be this tall to ride!"

Grrrr. I'm sick of the robo-code dealio and am turning it off. Spam be damned!

Also, thundra... I think I found a photo of you. :)

Ah haha!

But I don't think I looked like that.

Bell bottoms? Of course...you'd have to look a long time to find the straight legs kids run around in today.

But a sweater vest? You must have me confused with Little Ricky! Not to mention the long sleeves.

Bell-bottom jeans and a t-shirt, and muddy from running around in the woods and swamps looking for creatures would be about right.
~

I would have been right with you in those swamps and woods. I remember hiding at a few neighbors' houses while my clothes dried so my mother wouldn't question if I was at the swamp, getting more snails, salamanders and tadpoles/frogs. :)

I was also forbidden from bringing any more of them into the house when my mother found a teeeeeeeny dried, and very dead toad in her flour canister. I think I was set up.

Someone set us up the toad.

I was forbidden from bring snakes home. But I suppose you can guess how the persistence of youth versus ophidiophobia of mom eventually played out.
~

I didn't mind young garter snakes, but hated the blue racers we had around us. :-P

My mother HATED snakes. She played with speedras though...

Someone set us up the toad.

機関士:何者かによって、爆発物が仕掛けられたようです。

Also, at first I misread ophidiophobia as oedipal...

In A.D. 2101, Speedra War was beginning...
~

Thank gawd I'll be long gone in 2101...

Shirley Jennifer won't leave before the Holy Year of 2112....

LOL! Good point.

I owned a lovely all-purple suit with vest once, when I was in grade school. At night the vest looked like two giant monster eyes in the closet. I was too scared to move.

Thank gawd I'll be long gone in 2101...

You won't be uploaded into a filthbot?

At night the vest looked like two giant monster eyes in the closet.

That would make a great animated gif!

I don't think I ever had one of those awesome skorts!! And how about that harvest gold? It was everywhere. We had a harvest gold refrigerator forever.

Acrylic knit bonded to acetate tricot!

Can you just FEEL how suffocating those clothes used to be? They were so "solid" and heavy!

It's so funny the materials that used to be so "in" and they'd promote it like it was just great. Yesterday, on the fleece high heeled clogs site, they were so excited because the heels were "marbled acrylic" !!!!

I had some goucho's! Now those, I liked.

You all were so styling back in the 70's! :P
Still looking for my picture.....

((Hugs))
Laura

BG- I remember that skirt as feeling like really thin foam rubber!

Laura- I had the dreaded gauchos as well. Not my fave.

Yes, an animated vest would be good.

really thin foam rubber!

Ha ha! I remember that kind of material too.

I also had gauchos!

Speaking of lovely 70s fashion....

The Skimmer's brother had a rainbow wedding! The Skimmer wore a mint-ish green tux.

Laugh. Out. Loud.

I had never heard of the rainbow wedding, BG, until you mentioned it to me a year or so ago.

Mint green... mmmmmmm! I hope he had ruffles!

Oh, of course!

70s fashion: The gaudier the better.

OT: Someone left a comment on an old post of mine about Bobness. I miss him and his blog/writing!!

Bobness!!! He was an interesting dude... definitely dancing to the beat of his own drummer. What did he end up doing? I vaguely remember him ending his blog. Was he writing a book?? I can't remember.

I think he got a new job and couldn't have a really aggressive political blog like he did cuz it wouldn't be good if they found out!

Yeah, he was a riot. A very creative mind, whip smart.

He left a comment on my blog awhile back that at least he had his moment in the blogging sun -- when he wrote that parody of Sarah Palin saying that dinosaurs and Jesus were alive at the same time. And everyone from Matt Damon to Maureen Dowd picked it up like it was a serious thing! LOL Sarah Palin never said that, Bob made it up and people thought it was real. HILARIOUS.

I had forgotten about that! That was so funny.

I often wonder how many people are hiding their real selves on blogs. Sometimes I go through the day, eyeing people, wondering... is this the real you? Or do you only let it out on your secret blog? :)

Yes, he was very funny, and very smart.

Wow! It's completely gone! I thought he might have left it up and just didn't continue, but it's gone (his TypePad one)! I couldn't even access cached pages.

Sometimes I go through the day, eyeing people, wondering... is this the real you?

I often wonder when I meet someone in person if I'd read their blog and would never connect the two.

What about this scenario:

What if one day thunder and I are in Kroger's at the same time. What if he's in front of me at check out. What if we'd make random chit chat and then he'd leave the store. And neither of us would never know that he and I were there together!

Could happen!! Maybe it already has!!

If Bob acted in real life like he did sometimes in his writing, I think someone would lock him up! lol

What if one day thunder and I are in Kroger's at the same time. What if he's in front of me at check out. What if we'd make random chit chat and then he'd leave the store. And neither of us would never know that he and I were there together!

Yeah, I've wondered that one before. There were times I was sure Brando and I must have walked past each other, many years ago, and never knew.

You'd probably recognize thunder though because he'd be taking pictures of everything and asking the checkout person where the orb section was. :)

If Bob acted in real life like he did sometimes in his writing, I think someone would lock him up!

Good point.

You'd probably recognize thunder though because he'd be taking pictures of everything and asking the checkout person where the orb section was. :)
Also his left foot would keep getting itself into the conversation

LOL

Maybe that's what our random chit chat will be about:

Me, "Wow, you have an interesting left foot."

thunder, "Thanks, I take photos of it often!"

lol

I heard that!
~

LOL!

BG- OT, we saw the Namath documentary. It was fun. His sister reminded me of "Church Lady". :)

His sister reminded me of "Church Lady". :)

Ha-ha! Yes, she was Church Lady-ish!!

What if one day thunder and I are in Kroger's at the same time. What if he's in front of me at check out. What if we'd make random chit chat and then he'd leave the store. And neither of us would never know that he and I were there together!

You mean, you don't have thundar?

Oh.
My.
Goodness.
That is one sassy skirt.
AND
I want one.

You'd have to hop in the time machine, Vonnie!!! Or make your own.

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