Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
^Timby, I like how the cat seems offended at the entire scene.
And Iris is adorable.
Spike is essentially a dog trapped in a cat's body, considering how he throws a tantrum if he isn't on my lap.
Wonderfully spacious home you've got there Squiggy! - How many days is it going to take, I wonder, to fill it up with all the kibble of actually living in it
My mother's been living on-and-off at a camping-site by a beach this summer. Last time I was there for a visit, I noticed this sign on the door to the mens room:
Is that the building they hung the numbers from when Ripken broke Gehrig's streak??
^ Yep, that's the one.
I see a bunny rabbit in the last one and two hands clapping in the middle one.
Those are amazing shots, Saga!!!
My buddy had his bachelor party last week. We went to Wizard World Comic Con in Chicago for part of the day and then ended of at Geek Bar Beta (a geek themed bar!) for trivia. We got 2nd place, but we should have gotten 1st! None of my friends trusted me when I said the answer was "Torchwood!" Those bastards.
The groom insisted that we go as the Justice League. Some of us took it more seriously than others. I am Wonder Woman in the front.
My little sister bought me this amazing present -- Sister Bracelets!
Hopefully your relationship requires fewer trips to hell.
Unfortunately, no. But there is less homoeroticism.
I love those bracelets, btw.
Any bracelet that makes references to the members of the Rat Pack? Instant and Epic Win.
^Oh goodness no!
Well, Rat Pack reference or not - it made me smile, and it makes you happy and that's cool.
I apologize for having to start all over but these pics turned out way too small last time and it took some tweaking before this board would accept them at a decent size.
ANY-hoo, here are some pics from my Boston trip:
From the 'Duck Tour':
Boston Public Garden
The 'real' Cheers, also known as the Bull & Finch Pub. The show never filmed inside the place, though; they only used it for exterior shots.
From the harbor:
And this should need no introduction:
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