I don’t know, seems safe to me?
Ha, I had to laugh extra loud on the Louis Vuiton bag.. my daughter once wrote (complete with the trademark symbols) “Chanel” on a bag of hers..
Thanks for the early morning giggle 🙂
That one cracked me up, too. The trademark symbols are obviously the key to making it look authentic. haha!
Can’t wait for the holiday season when I will be giving iPads to everyone!
One question – how are the 150 people at the party not tripping over the cord for the toaster?
Haha! I know, such an easy and thoughtful gift and one that I can afford!
Yeah, I thought Weebs would appreciate the Hostess Set. I didn’t think about the cord, drat! Let’s just pray that not everyone will want toast – always a party favorite, right?
I love that toaster ad — what a fabulous party idea! I must offer toast with my next blog entry! It will be so delicious. Now I just have to see if I can get my hair to look like the woman’s hair in the ad.
I love the Louis Vuitton bag (it irked m that it was spelled wrong, though). Not sure about that senior citizen in the little kiddy ride, though…
I knew you’d love the hostess set! I wonder if those four deviled eggs can be divided 150 times? And you’re right, what party would be complete without toast?
I like the detailing on the Louis Vuitton bag, it really fools the eye.
The senior on the kiddie ride will be me in a few short years – it was like looking into my future. Scary.
Nice vintage pics and I could probably afford that Louis Vuitton bag. But I do hope when I’m that senior citizen’s age no one takes a picture of me sleeping in a tiny car. Maybe not so amusing, but that’s just me.
I think that Louis Vuitton bag looks pretty real, she probably got it on the black market.
Yeah, I’m pretty sure that senior on the kiddie ride will be me. My daughter, Lily, will squeeze me inside with a roll of quarters while she goes shopping. haha!
I like the grandma in the helicopter the best. What a freak! But that’s something that I would do, to be perfectly honest. I also like the baby lying down in the front seat. Something I would do as well! I’m gonna be such a good mom.
The baby lying down in the front seat cracks me up! Weee! He looks like he’s having a good time, right?
I just told Brigitte that the senior in the ride will be me in a few short years. You’ll stuff me inside with a roll of quarters while you go shopping, right?
You’re gonna be a great caretaker! haha!
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The poor sad old lady, how could they 🙂
That’s going to be me some day! haha!
Weird thing is that young girl could probably get more use out of the fake iPad than the real one. What’s she going to do with an iPad? Email her chemistry teacher? Owning adult things doesn’t make you an adult.
haha! That iPad cracked me up! I think it’s because I was thinking about the devious father who probably thought he was the funniest dad in the world for doing that. The daughter probably told all her friends she was getting one and then she got that.
My dad once promised me he was going to get me a trampoline and then he never did. What a huge disappointment that was. So I did the next best thing and got MY kids a trampoline. : )
Hysterical. Great research. I love what Mooselicker said about a young punk with an iPad. I enjoyed the Louis Vuitton bag. Check out The Wall Street Journal today. There is an ad with Michael Phelps and an L.V. tote. Now why would Louis Vuitton even think of having “said swimmer” be their spokesperson?
I got news for you, Lily hates Michael Phelps more than you. She thinks this is a subject that the two of you could bond over. I think you should go to her to air your M.P. disgust. But yeah, what was Louis Vuitton thinking?
thanks for the awesome laugh today…
I needed it, too!
We are amused!
I’m glad : )
See you took a bit of break to. Busy summer?
We went on a family vacation to Hilton Head, South Carolina. We go every year so it’s pretty relaxing. I like going place that are familiar – no stress : )
Guess you’ve been enjoying your summer, too?
Oh my GOD – you’re awesome! I love the woman in the kid ride.
haha! Me too. If you look closely it appears that she’s reading. I seriously don’t know what to think of it. All I know is that will be me one day, I have no doubt. haha!
It’s good to have ambitions that are attainable (sp)!
For the last photo:
So the little old lady says to the car salesman,”Does this get good gas mileage?”
Haha! I’m afraid that will be be one day.
Is she dead in the last picture?
Haha! I’m not sure, hard to tell? I thought she was reading? Maybe she’s run away from the nursing home and figured they’d never find her in the rotor-less helicopter?
You make a very good point – but she looks a tad yellow to me
Yeah, I think you’re right. I’m guessing she has jaundice. haha!
Personally, I’d help Grandma out and put more quarters in the ride. But I’m just a nice guy like that.
I figured you’d say that. Although… I get the feeling she’s perfectly content to stay in the little helicopter. Is that what it is? A helicopter without the blades on top. No wonder she was confused!
How did I miss these gems?? Instead of starting my morning with a giggle, I’m going to end my day with those giggles. Thanks, Gripster!!
Haha! They certainly made me laugh. I figured that you would especially like the Louis Vuitton bag. I think she got it on the black market. You can always tell by the detailing.
Heh heh. I love how the economical Louis Vuiton also saves on marker with only one T! Louis Vuiton FTW! ….then Eye pad. lol. Geez, who knew what you can do with the powers of crafting! Thanks.
I have a funny feeling that the recipient of the home made iPad was none to thrilled with her dad. I’m guessing he had a really good laugh! – as did I.
The Louis Vuitton hand bag is a real beauty. Just the detailing alone…! It probably cost a fortune due to the fact that it’s one of a kind. Lol!
LOVE the iPad!!! I’m going to pull that one on my daughter 🙂
That one made me laught too! Such a thoughtful and inexpensive gift. : )
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