Saturday, June 26, 2010

Phone cam round up


Nice chair and I love it.

Should I have picked it up and tried to sell it?

The really good stuff is NEVER in my size!

Okay, got any green ones?

Hey sewer face don't yell at me!

Floatie purple foot in the discount grocery.

My Mini Cooper is taller than your Lotus.

Dude, you dropped your underwear.

Whoe little turtle! Don't try crossing the street here.

Wild lobster.

Hey man, does that TV you're throwing out still wo-- Oh ... um ... never mind.

Jingle fringle.

I guess you're only supposed to open one end, but which one?

Howdaya like that? I need a fast sign too.

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Dedicated to Philbilly.

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Chrissy said...

Missed your phone cam posts!. so, did u pick up that little shoe??? go ahead, clean it up and sell it..

Kelly@TearingUpHouses said...

That chair screams Juno.


Bill said...

E: did you change shoes when going to the lobster's neighborhood? There must be a good story behind the tossed underwear. Everyone, one time or another, had to leave their pants behind.

dean said...

Sweet, sweet Elise.

And you should know that when it comes to curvy girl writers and sports cars, shorter is better. :)

Anonymous said...

Love the little lobster!

Amy L. Hanna said...

Can't believe they're throwing out a perfectly good dolly - could use it on my next move.


philbilly said...

Righto, Amy, I'da snagged that dolly if they weren't using it to move stuff to the curb.

The older I get, the more I like things with wheels that move heavy stuff.
I [heart] my forklift.

Come to think of it, that includes my truck when it moves me.
I [heart] my truck.

What a badass Lotus. Colin Chapman, Lotus founder, is a hero of mine. He handbuilt cars starting in the late 50's from thin sheetmetal,fiberglass and used parts from the autojumble(brit junkyard) that dusted everything on the track for decades.

Coincidentally, I saw another rare Brit ride, a Rover Vitesse, at Walmart yesterday.

Kirk Jusko said...

I'm not certain, even after going back and forth here on the internet comparing pictures, but that "face" in the top photo looks like it might be Christopher Lee, who played Dracula in the 1950s. A while back, you showed a picture of Bela Lugosi, who played Dracula in the 1930s, on another telephone pole. Is there a Dracula fan club in your neighborhood?

Erin O'Brien said...

Not sure, Kirk, but here's the link to the other pic.