Wednesday, January 27, 2010

(Semi) Wordless Wednesday



16 comments:

Big Daddy Diesel said...

Hmmm disc wheel in the front, interesting.

the last one reminds me of my old dog, sigh

Diana said...

Love the monkey, I know it's not really a monkey, but I don't know how to spell what it is and we both know I spell like an idiot!
(tornado, tornadoe)

My cat would have done the same thing in that box-they seem the need to dig a hole to china to drop one little 1/2 inch turd!

Al's CL Reviews said...

The last pic is so Scuttlebutt!

ONEHOURIRONMAN said...

I'm gonna have to give number 2 a shot in training. Might be good for racing, knocking people off their bikes as you or they go by...

Amanda said...

I always have to pull my dog along because she kicks the mulch/mud/dirt all over the sidewalk after she pees.

I had the same thought as Big Daddy...disc wheel in front? lol

TRI-james said...

The second one - his seat is too high!

Dave said...

primates everything funnier....

skierz said...

I see you had to put in a monkey photo! that is a good one! dont we all feel like that from time to time!

GeorgiaSnail said...

"Where did I leave that bone? God, I hope I don't have to go through everyone of these boxes!?!?"

Runner Leana said...

I'm trying to figure out why the guy in the second picture looks like he has a kick stand down on the back wheel??

Ha, that dog looks just a wee bit guilty..!!!

Maryland Girl aka Michelle said...

Thanks for the smile! I love that dog.

Aka Alice said...

I have days like the (here I'm gonna give it a try) orangutan in #1.

It is an orangutan isn't it?

Judi said...

i like the dog.

Jason Andrew Mellet said...

so one day when i can afford disc wheels, i will try and put it in the front

D said...

Bwahahah... the dog is classic. Like an average day on my walks.

Jo Lynn said...

OMG, that last one is totally my daughter's dog, Bella. (except she's black - HA!) She has actually done that exact thing in our backyard. LOL

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