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Funny Things :)

Laughing always makes me feel better, so I thought I'd post some "funny things" pictures :)  
This picture was taken near our house.  It's common to see trucks full of people in traffic with you, but this one was REALLY leaning to the left and I thought it was really funny :)   A truck full of people is always kinda funny too :)
 Adam and the girls like to eat cereal with these big soup spoons.  The other I dropped this one and it broke... it seemed pretty funny to me that our Humpty Dumpty spoon broke.... We couldn't put it together again, so we threw it away :)
 The other day at the girls' school this lady was picking up her son.  He had a big sword poking out of his backpack... not sure what that is for... totally a normal thing to bring with you to school - a big (seemingly real) metal sword  :) made me laugh :)  
 Does anyone know what beard perming is?   I'm thinking it probably just means beard dying... but I can totally picture a man in the beauty parlor with curlers in his beard :) haha!  That would be awesome!


Emily said…
Oh yeah! If you ever see a man with curlers in his beard, PLEASE take a picture. Or five.
SouthAsiaRocks said…
haha! I might take 100!!
Anonymous said…
Humpty Dumpty!! hahaha!! That was a good one! I like your funny things posts! I would have been totally scared for that truck to tip over! I'm surprised they didn't pack their men better than that!

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