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This is the second time you’ve made me laugh out loud today!
In his defense, I don’t think it’s possible to hold that thing any other way and have it NOT look schwingy.
Amy, you’re on a roll!
Ahh, Spring, when an older woman’s fancy turns to lust…
That guy just looks so happy with his tool.
Sorry, just had to say that…… I will disappear now.
pppffttttt…….if it werent for men and their tools nothing would get done in the yard.
Well, I guess some of the stuff we learned in school about analyzing advertisements were actually true
Years ago, things like this were done subliminally. You know it had to be deliberate!
I don’t know how they walk around with those things!
Is it just the way the ad was cropped that makes the word “servicing” jump out of the text? Or some other reason?
Guys, just remember, it’s not the size of your blower, it’s how you bl… um… er… use it.
He sure has big feet.
Oh, that’s nothin’. You should see the size of my blower.
He does look *mighty* pleased with himself, doesn’t he?
It doesn’t look very comfortable, but it might be worth giving it a try for a trip to Hawaii.
The best part is the look of delight on Al Gore’s face as he gazes across the page.
Just what I needed on a Saturday afternoon of blog catchup! I laughed out loud, and the comments have made me even more giddy. Perfect!
Well Kym, I think you accomplished your objective….you made me laugh and the comments here are priceless.
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hell of a lot