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    « And So It Begins | Main | The Gentleman from Vermont is a Hero, and I Get My Pap Smears at Walgreens (Two Videos That Are, IMHO, Really Worth Your Time To Watch) »

    Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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    janna

    So how DID they sew up that car????

    Geri

    Miss you yesterday! That is the most creative bizarre thing I've seen in a while.

    Leslie

    It ain't gratuitous - it's just the one we were OWED because it was missed on Tuesday (sniffs righteously). Evidently we'll have to comment on Mondays reminding you the next day is Tuesday from now on. It's awful getting so old, Norma.

    (If we didn't already pay you a discounted rate for this here blog, we might have to dock your pay...)

    ellen

    First I thought "bizarre", then I thought "hmmm", then I thought "why didn't I do that instead of cutting off the sticky-out-bits with a drywall saw when my daughter's car had a boo boo?". Ingenious.

    Maggie

    That little person's foot in the background is killing me.... sooooo cute.

    gayle

    The car owners should have known when they pulled into "Frankenstein's Garage"...

    Seanna Lea

    The sewn car is funny, but I feel like they should have made their stitches closer together!

    Joannah

    First, Frankenvan
    Then, Mr J and the Feet.

    Not what I expected this morning, but then that's always the case around here.

    margene

    I love that you took a blog break, love the stitched up car! I need to remember that trick.

    Mercuria

    There's a white Civic near my neighborhood that I call "Frankenstein's car." Its bumper is ripped all the way across, and its held together similarly, but with black zip ties. I'm pretty sure that it's easier to get white zip ties than black ones, so I feel like it was an aesthetic decision.

    Robin V

    My question is, how do you rip a car?!?

    Mr Jefferies looks quite regal, holding court among his fans...

    On another note, started week 3 today... it went okay!

    Lindsey

    OMG who did Mr. J's hair? Or did he cut it himself?

    bullwinkle

    No Day is complete with Mr Jeffries. Especially a Tuesday!

    As for me, the only problem with pretending that today is Tuesday (do over!) is that there is then an additional day till Friday.

    May today be less busy :)

    marianne

    LOVE that photo of Mr.J, all bathed in the golden light :^)
    wtf. all sewn up.. or stapled? hee.
    From London via Clusterfuckistan.... oy.

    Emily

    Those resourceful Vermonters! I wonder what they used--String too small to save?

    Cookie

    Yesterday was Tuesday? o.O

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