Saturday, October 25, 2008

My perfect pick up line....


Not the brightest crayon in the box.


Eek.


Mythbusters: The early years

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I know some people who could use this...

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Back away slowly

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Emo Cows


Just because I came to your house unvited, and we have never met before, doesn't mean I'm a stalker.


Do I have to?


Make sure you know the difference....


Friday, October 24, 2008

Life instructions


A few random bumper stickers.


Teddy MF Roosevelt


Killing two birds.....

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It's so ok!

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President Sweetums

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A is for addict.

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Take note...


Awww shucks.


Please Almighty Xenu.....

Answer our prayers.
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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Now everyone will know...

Don't piss off this horse. Seriously.

I'd be happy with this bear...

Doing it right you are.


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Sarah Palin's Facebook Page

Click to enbiggen.

Brilliant lamp

Can't wait.....

Never listen to Peopie

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Sprinkles - literal cake decorating #1


Cakewrecks is a blog which I discovered recently. Here is a lovely example of literal cake decorating. Many more pics will follow.

I really, really want one. Really.

My parents are deeaaaaaaad!!!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Do not discard.

Naughty, naughty Bambi

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Big boned cat

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So THAT's why people have children....

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Dry cleaning

I could really use some of these birds around the house....

Evolution

An Evening with Leo Sayer


Last Saturday mum and my friend Janet and I saw Leo Sayer in concert at the Hamer Hall in the city. Apart from some minor logistical issues getting mum to the hall, it was a fantastic night.
It's funny - I have grown up listening to Leo Sayer music, but I was still shocked by just how many songs he had written or sung which I didn't know were him. I mean I knew the obvious ones, but some songs I couldn't tell you their name, but I knew the songs. It was funny - I thought I was being a big fat geek going to see Leo - but when I mentioned it at work lots of people got excited, and would have come along.
The songs had all been re-arranged to suit the 20-ish piece orchestra he played with. Most of the rock and dance songs were slowed down to almost lounge music. It was really lovely. Unfortunately the only arrangement I didn't really like was Orchard Road - but that may be because it is my favourite.
Like the Tim Freedman solo tours of a few years ago, there was as many anecdotes as there were songs. I absolutely loved it.
His talent is extraordinary - he is sixty, and he was sitting on a stool while he sang and yet the power in his voice was breath-taking. I hope he comes back next year.

How to manage stress....


So that's what I have been missing....

Wait, what?!!?