Friday, May 23, 2014

With Feeling . . .


The door knocker that keeps on delivering. Thanks Trailbee.
 Chuck is the friend at Facebook that keeps on giving.
 Get Him!!!

26 comments:

  1. I hate it that they always use you as a model for those door knockers, Odie. Don't you feel objectified by that?

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  2. Every time I see a Pwius I have an almost irresistible urge to run over and kick the crap out of it.

    Hooray for the trucks!

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  3. LL, we porn stars have a heavy weight to bare.

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  4. Yep! And they're ugly, too. Ugly, ugly, ugly!!!

    They look like if they ever get that fart out of their back end, they may look like a real car.

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  5. Oh - and not to go all AOW on you, but it's altar, not alter. A mistake I make all the time...

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  6. I saw a “No Soliciting” sign once that I loved. It read: NO SOLITICING. WE ARE TOO BROKE TO BUY ANYTHING. WE KNOW WHO WE ARE VOTING FOR. WE HAVE FOUND JESUS. SERIOUSLY, UNLESS YOU ARE SELLING THIN MINTS, PLEASE GO AWAY.

    Happy Memorial Day weekend everyone. Stay safe out there.

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  7. I am afraid thet..."Once screwed you cannot be unscrewed".

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  8. For an Old guy I see your still hang'n in there...
    So sending the PWIUS pic to a Naval aviator that drives one..

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  9. Love them all. Yes I do, but you knew I would. We are made of the same fabric.

    Have a fabulous day Odie. :)

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  10. That knocker has a lot of balls ;-)

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  11. Don't need the knocker.

    3 Yorkies charging the door work just fine.

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  12. Adrienne, They're all vegans so they run those things off farts anyway.

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  13. Adrienne, Adrienne, those cars give the global warming sheeples an altar to pray upon. What are you talking about? It's spellded right.

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  14. Hunting Priuses should be a national pastime.

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  15. Curmudgeon, Would you buy my thin mints?

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  16. Sandee, I'm made of fabric ... who'd a thunk.

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  17. edutcher, do you open the door for a much needed break?

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  18. I was pleased to model for that door-knocker some years back. About 1 million were sold in the Frisco area, but for some unexplainable reason they keep disappearing from the doors.

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  19. Got to have those door knockers! They haunt the Philippines as well ;o)

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