Sunday, February 21, 2010

South Of The Border

I usually forget--or ignore--the fact that I live south of the Mason-Dixon line. Then I'm so joltingly reminded.

Fist Bump? So Yesterday

Kitchen Bumps are the new thing. Git wit it, yo.

Help Hydrate Tiger

I don't think hydration is his top priority right now.

Supermarket Gleanings #6793: SUPER CHILL

Chillin' is for wimps. You need SUPER CHILL.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Not The Usual Victim Of A Blizzard

Washington has had more snow this season than we've ever had. The electricity went off. Trees toppled. Hair was lost.

The Family That Uses Drugs Together...

"Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco: Taking [sic] with Your Kids"

Do Not Remove...

...the soap dispenser? the counter? What?

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Way Back In The Day

Me in 9th grade; and in 12th grade. Max is on the left.

Air Boxers

So, um, I tried to make a 3-pointer from the washer to the dryer. I missed. My boxers ended up dangling in a dark alley of pipes, ducts, and cables.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

First name Mister!

Middle name Dot!
Last name T!
--Phoenix coffee & tea joint
Lakewood, Ohio

Stereotype Perpetuation


French Toast—Flavored Coffee

You read that right. Darn good.

"Uncle Steve, Do You Think My Room Is A Mess?"

"No, Parker--just an explosion of pink. And get some clothes on that Ken doll."

The Sex Machine! Give It Up For J.B.!

Gratuitous plug for the Godfather of Soul. I ask you: what other blog features Abraham's sons and James Brown?
--Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

"I Like Ham!"

My son Max enjoys hearing me read to him from his children's Bible. He can read it himself, but I guess he just likes to share books and God with his Daddy. He wanted to hear the story of Abraham's two sons. I forgot who they were, so I said, "I think one of them has the name Ham." Max, AKA Breakfast Meat Boy, responds, "I like ham!" Don't worry: I looked Ham up--one of Noah's kids.