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Both your photo caption "Man in a ridiculous sweater" and the expression on the pink shirted girl's face are hilarious.What a guy! You gotta love it.
Sorry, you shouldn't say such things.
I wonder whether Sourpuss-Girl is his daughter?I agree, very brave--although my dad always seemed to take great pleasure in embarrassing me when I was a teen. Maybe it's some kind of parental payback?
I think the kids were perfectly nice kids, maybe a little embarrassed to be seen with him. They kept calling out "Hey, you in the shirt." But I think it was actually a very un-dysfunctional group. The girl on the right reminds me a little of Joan of Arcadia -- acting like a teenager, but on some level loving the protective adults in her life. The boys to the left seem the same way. The guy in the sweater: I just love him!
un-dysfunctional? Wouldn't "functional" be the non-incorrect word here?
un-dysfunctional? Wouldn't "functional" be the non-incorrect word here? :)
oops--comment looked too snarky, so I hit "stop" & added the smiley--not quick enough o_0
CB: I considered "functional" and rejected it.
I was wondering what Paul Schaefer was up to on his weekends away from Letterman. Now we know.
MMMM, are you still there? In the corner of the Garden nearest the "Cheers Bar" actually The Hampshire House there is a small fountain with a women's figure it is small but if you look closely you will see that it is Betty Davis..she grew up near Boston
It reminds me of the high school football coach I knew who wore a bright pink shirt on the sidelines so his players could find him in the sea of faces. It worked. No one ever had trouble finding him on the sidelines.
This is a beautiful scene, and that guy's a champ. Thanks for posting that picture.I have a friend who in a situation like that would wear a rainbow-coloured top hat that he keeps for just such occasions. He thinks that if it's silly and it works, it's not silly. He's right.
Non-dysfuctional is an excellent term. I think it illustrates quite well the way that we view dysfunctionality as the normal state.
The girl seems to find amusing whatever sweater guy is saying.What is with the boy in the center drinking from what appears to be a bottle in a brown bag?
Necessity is the mother of invention! This guy knows what he is doing, teaching the kids to not take themselves too seriously!
I used to have a bright yellow sweatshirt emblazoned on the front with the words Et Vous Circus and a large picture of a colorful rooster. It was similarly ridiculous and, throughout my 20s, I wore it proudl (usually alond with a pair of bright yellow corduroy capri pants). I only wish I still had that sweatshirt because I'd wear it the next time I go along with my middle-schooler's class on a field trip.
Tonya, I too have a middle-schooler, and just wearing a pair of jeans that she thinks look ridiculous on me is enough to embarass her.24 more days of 7th grade....*sighs*
Ok, now I have to know what Dave said? Censorship? From a Republican/Libertarian/Whatever....Law Professor?I am surprised.I wanna know what he said. I can take it. Smelling salts in hand. Drumroll.....Tell us...Peace, Maxine
Think about the context, Maxine. But if you really want to know, email me.
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