Friday, November 9, 2007

Friday funny! (?)

I am in a mood.

Who wants to be first?

15 comments:

Less said...

FIRST POST!

(I hope!)

Less said...

I guess it's apropo that I'm first after that Irish-stuff a few posts ago...

Breda said...

Congratulations!

Robb Allen said...

Yours?

comatus said...

It was hers. Now it's LOLcat's.

Breda said...

it is NOT mine. I wouldn't be caught dead in shoes like that.

Breda said...

not to mention that Godawful sofa.

Lydia said...

no just because it isn't a croc doesn't mean it isn't worthy of covering a foot

Ankhorite said...

Oh nooooes! A fierce five-footed feline!

Hey, hey, hey, I'm so glad I found you again! I've used Fearsclave's magic to add your feed to my flist.

And I'll be using email to thank you for the glorious, intricate, unbelievably cool snail mail you sent me a month ago.

Thirdpower said...

Am I the only one who had dirty thoughts before clicking on the link?

Breda said...

3rdpower - Yes, I do believe so.

comatus said...

(sigh)3rdpower, no, you were not. I can't get no respect.

Anonymous said...

God may not have made men and women equal, but Elija Smith, Dan Wesson, Guston Glock, and Oliver Winchester did.

triticale said...

We credit SeƱor Rossi with making the woman I married equal to the man who kicked in the door of her apartment. One of his .32 revolvers, an S&W clone changed the home invader's mind quite effectively.

comatus said...

anonymous,

Horace Smith. Gaston Glock.

The saying is about Colonel Colt.

Mr. Winchester was a marketing man, not a designer--a shirtmaker, actually, by trade. Mr. Glock "is
considered by journalists as a supporter of an historical well known right extremist "german" ideology," and is famous for fighting off would-be assassins with his bare hands--an unlikely candidate for your supposed femitopia.

An appropriately anonymous comment.