Friday, 5 August 2005

For anyone who thinks it might fit :-)

I make no excuse for posting another of these - I think I've used one before. They really are very funny and pertinent. Find the whole set at this site - the images are linked from the menu on the left of the screen.

15 careful considerations:

Wendy's Husband said...

What a great site! It made my birthday...

pal said...
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Nogbad said...

Ah Wendy's husband - we have much in common I see! (But please slow down on those mountain roads will ya? :-))

Ann - Love that one, another favourite is hidden away on my resumé on FC.

pal said...

Oh dear, my removed comment wasn't too bad - it had a typo and I didn't realize it left such a big footprint when deleted! So I guess I'll just repost ......

Myabe you'd find this one uplifting :-)

pal said...

Found it! Mornev will love it and all I have to say is a trouble shared it a trouble halved = or is is doubled. Anyway. Happy Birthday :-) kisses and hugs {{{{{Nigel}}}}

Nogbad said...

Many thanks Ann - glad you found it and liked it. Time for another glass of wine here methinks :-)

pal said...

Mmmm ... here to me thinks :-)

ScaryCheri said...

I want a magnent for my fridge

Echo Mouse said...

I'm with scarycheri. A fridge magnet is the way to go.

And I hate that poster. LOL I so do NOT need to be reminded of this.

Lobster Blogster said...

You must be very strong Nogbad, if you can snap a big chain like that.

Nogbad said...

And I hate that poster. LOL I so do NOT need to be reminded of this.

Oh Ms Mouse - I'm so sorry, I certainly don't want to upset you!

Future Mrs Lobster said...

Happy birthday Nogbad! Mr Lobster hopes to have a chain like that soon. Although yours seems to be faulty...

Do you like my new image, by the way?

Nogbad said...

Oh thanks you FMrsL and the new image is very fetching. That chain is very small and easily snapped so I hope that you are using something a good deal more sturdy on Lobster - I've heard that smallo cages, often called pots, are also appropriate. If all else fails I've heard that some lobsters are secured in something the French call thermidors but I don't know much about them.

Morning-Loves-It said...

I like the brown-nosing flattery ones!

Very naughty with your 'Thermidors' Nogbad as this will upset any lobster.

Nogbad said...

Would that be moutarde and mornay maybe morning? :-)