Sunday, April 11, 2010

How Many Super Bowls Will We Win in the Next Two Years?


Whew. Glad to hear it. Can't wait.

Isn't it cute that they both like vanilla? Although his ice cream looks like it's wearing a necklace.

Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt

I'm sure the yellow thing hanging out of Angie's dress is symbolic of the fight against something, but I'm not sure what. Maybe dolphins--are we fighting against them? Mice and insects--we should definitely be fighting against them. I would cheerfully wear a yellow sash at all times in favor of that. Bring it.

How many more children will these two have? One rather hates to speculate. Of course they won't stay together. I mean, come on. It's pretty brave of them to come along this far. Imagine if any time day or night that you stick your head out of the house, someone is waiting there to take your picture. I'm sure the first ten years or so were fun.

Jennifer Aniston If Brad goes back to Jen, it will have to be because of her hair. I mean hats off. It's probably like owning a pet, constant work. You can't just sit and watch TV if you have a dog--you have to pick ticks out of its fur. With hair like Jen's, you probably have to be squeezing highlights into it day and night. Fair play to her.

Billy Bob Thornton Angie's ex, actually looking pretty decent here, but still making every girl in America reflect on Angie's choice--WHAT WERE YOU THINKING? Personally, I find Billy Bob sexy in a shriveled up bowlegged repulsive kind of way. Is he bowlegged? Dunno really. Those thin dudes usually are.
You will have to forgive me, dear reader, for low level thinking. It's spring in New England, which of course means bare trees, bare ground, freezing temps, and a few daffodils.
spring-flowers-1 But we'll take anything.
Pablo Picasso, Bloch 1063 Here are the most recent bloopers:
"Abraham and Sarah gave birth to Isaac when he was 100 years old."
Fear not little deer, you are safe as long as Brian has the pedal to the medal.
We're talking about lethal does of morphine."
"The emotions pass like days on a colander."
"I shop at Supper WalMart." [you can't get breakfast food there--damn]
"Chris and the disciples are eating at the Last Supper."
"If teachers catch you in the hall without a pass, they give you some kind of disciple treatment."
"A number of states succeeded from the Union and then came back."
A bientot, dear reader.


At 6:49 AM , Blogger Kay McKenzie Cooke. said...

I love those bloopers - as always.
And your sardonic twist on life in general - or perhaps on American life - gives me faith that Americans DO have a sense of irony (I was told they don't).

At 7:47 AM , Blogger Becky Willis Motew said...

Aw thanks, Kay. Love the hat!

At 8:17 PM , Blogger sandman1 said...

I barely recognized TB in that picture, thinking "who's she with?" on first glance. Hard to think football this time of year! Though I'm not really thinking baseball either -- my heart isn't really in it this time.

You don't suppose she meant that gesture in the English sense, do you?

At 9:25 PM , Blogger Becky Willis Motew said...

Hmmmm, what about that, sm? It seems likely she wasn't ordering the ice cream since they are already holding them. Cub Scout sign for quiet?

At 10:23 PM , Blogger sandman1 said...

Ha ha -- if ever there weren't two cub scouts! Wait a minute though, shouldn't there be a future cub scout out with them? Maybe she's signaling that the two of them are on a break from diaper duty!

At 6:12 AM , Blogger Becky Willis Motew said...

Or she's saying what little Cub did in his diaper???

At 10:16 PM , Blogger sandman1 said...

Ewww! :-)


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