Sometimes my brain can't seem to form a single coherent thought, let alone string them together into a coherent blog. So for days like this, I stockpile photos that make me laugh ... amusing things I've encountered that just beg to be made fun of in a public forum. I took each of these pictures myself. Some are poor quality, others are just poor taste, but they all give me the giggles.
First up we have these tacos: whoever made them was generous with the cheese. If by "generous" I mean "ridiculous." Seriously, seven little shreds of cheese? Who does that? "I hope you're not too full from those tacos ... here's your half-tablespoon of ice cream and three sprinkles!"
Next up, an actual search performed on my computer ... by Cameron, my one-year-old. Perhaps he was searching for Mr. Mackey from "South Park," mmkay? (For those of you who can't place Mr. Mackey, here's a helpful photo.)And here's the search:
Then there's this dollar that Curtis found. If you can't read it, it says "not for drugs" in red ink right there by George Washington's face. I was really disappointed - that's totally what I had planned to use it for. Because, you know, what crack dealer doesn't want a whole dollar?
I surreptitiously snapped a picture of these sweet white loafers with my camera phone. You can't tell by the photo, but they were some sort of reptile-skin texture. Sans socks, naturally. And they were worn by a dude with a serious Donald Trump-like comb-over, which made the overall impression even more awesome.
Hehe. I'll take one of these ... to go.
And finally, though it's completely out of season ... this is a picture of my boys with Santa last year. I'm convinced that this was no mistake: that not-so-jolly old elf was doing this in EVERY.SINGLE.PICTURE that we took. It's a total "I'm stickin' it to these parents" incognito flip-off. I'm so onto you, Santa.