Friday, September 23, 2011

Filthy Friday - Autumnal Equinox Edition

Goodbye summer...


Hello fall!...

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21 comments:

  1. In the end - did his ma knit those socks? - it IS a knitting blog!

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  2. now that LX is on a differnt continent, it's easy to beat him to number FOUR.

    Oh wait, Mago got here before I did.

    never mind.

    Happy Filthy Friday!

    and thanks for hosting the window post. It was really cool.

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  3. Looks like he's fallen but he can get up!

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  4. *screams*→ OMG! It's my DAD!!


    **thud**...

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  5. He's anxiously awaiting the leaf blower!

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  6. I guess the Autumn breeze is caressing something other than the trees... Sometimes you just cant keep a good man down.

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  7. Nothing like the advent of fall and all of its colorful glory, even warthogs can enjoy the fading summer warmth.

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  8. DEEP BLUE: Leave him there!
    YAY first!


    I see you’re taking advantage of the fact that LX..oh, excuse me, VON LX, is away on holidays in Berlin and is sleeping (or partying) while you’re making the first comment.

    NORMADESMOND: and throw some leaves on it.

    Remember …

    "Never jump into a pile of leaves with a wet sucker."

    MAGO: In the end - did his ma knit those socks? - it IS a knitting blog!

    Yes, Infomaniac is a knitting blog.

    BOXER: now that LX is on a differnt continent, it's easy to beat him to number FOUR.
    Oh wait, Mago got here before I did.
    never mind.
    Happy Filthy Friday!
    and thanks for hosting the window post. It was really cool.


    Thanks for submitting your creative window!

    MANDA: Looks like he's fallen but he can get up!

    Ha!

    WALLY: How much money does he have?

    Check his pockets.

    Oh, wait.

    COREYJO: *screams*→ OMG! It's my DAD!!
    **thud**...


    Another victim of the Infomaniac Thudding Epidemic.

    VON LX: He's anxiously awaiting the leaf blower!

    Keep it green.

    Use a rake rather than a leaf blower.

    This has been an Infomaniac Public Service Announcement.

    PRINCESS: I guess the Autumn breeze is caressing something other than the trees... Sometimes you just cant keep a good man down.

    Can’t keep a good man down?

    May I suggest holding his head in a vice grip?

    SCARLET: What summer????

    My condolences, Miss Scarlet.

    ROSES: *sigh*
    Take the socks off!


    I see you got my no socks memo.

    TB: Nothing like the advent of fall and all of its colorful glory, even warthogs can enjoy the fading summer warmth.

    He’s looking for truffles under the soil.

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  9. Wow! The first photo is a rare image of Norm Rockwell (with pipe) and Mo Gandhi on one of their retreats in the Adirondacks. Apparently Mo preferred the gay night life in the Catskills..dinner, dancing, theatre!
    But Norman liked to watch his loons on kissing on golden pond..which they didn't call golden pond for nothing!

    The second image is a scene from the Canadian National Film Board production (1978) of Stumpy's Runaway Beaver. Here our protagonist laments aboot the morning wood being the hardest to chop.

    What a glorious treat, thank you.

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  10. I don't fancy a game of conkers after all.

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  11. Looks like something on that filthy man refuses to fall and is still sticking up!

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  12. Miss J supposes she is the only one humming "Autumn Leaves" to herself at her desk.

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  13. WW: Ewwwww!!!

    Yewwwwww said it!

    DONN: Wow! The first photo is a rare image of Norm Rockwell (with pipe) and Mo Gandhi on one of their retreats in the Adirondacks. Apparently Mo preferred the gay night life in the Catskills..dinner, dancing, theatre!
    But Norman liked to watch his loons on kissing on golden pond..which they didn't call golden pond for nothing!
    The second image is a scene from the Canadian National Film Board production (1978) of Stumpy's Runaway Beaver. Here our protagonist laments aboot the morning wood being the hardest to chop.
    What a glorious treat, thank you.


    Are you sure that wasn’t a Hinterland Who’s Who production?

    GEOFF: I don't fancy a game of conkers after all.

    I can’t bear to think of you with a broken conker.

    COOKIE: Looks like something on that filthy man refuses to fall and is still sticking up!

    Takes a licking and keeps on ticking!

    MISS JANEY: Miss J supposes she is the only one humming "Autumn Leaves" to herself at her desk.

    Mistress MJ is humming Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground.

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  14. NURSEMYRA: that's quite a suntan

    He forgot to slip-slop-slap.

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