The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

May 8, 2009


So, as I walk around my place in my sweats and Perry Como slippers on what was hopefully going to be a day off in the warmth and sunshine of a hot spring day, this is what I find.

(Not the stuff above, I just decided to put that in; note the woman in the middle of the top pic ha ha ha ha!)

Someone from Algeria entered the following words (well, in their attempt at the English language, I guess) into the Google search engine: "sadame housine erk."

I'm not sure what "erk" means, but I've translated the first two words into Saddam Hussein.

Lo and behold, it brought them to me and this post or series of posts from July 2006:

Will wonders on the Web never cease?

P.S.: It got up to about 3C today -- some 15C below normal. For you 2.5 Americans who seem to visit here, that's like having what is supposed to be a 68F day turn into a 36F day. Get my drift?


  1. So, as I walk around my place in my sweats and Perry Como slippers on

    You are so damned hawt.

  2. MJ:

    I bet you'd just be creamin' yourself if I'd said I was walking around with Donn's green elf shorts and a paper bag over my head...

    (BTW, I'm supposed to be going over there tomorrow night and I'm bringing my camera!!!)

  3. I'm not sure we need to know what you two get up to in your spare time.

  4. MJ:

    No, the only reason I'll go over to his place is if his lovely wife is there, and their son.

    It's the only way I can avoid those awkward situations you're referring to that I try to avoid with him.

  5. LMFAO@perry como slippers...... I snorted tea out me nose with that lmfao....


  6. Toasty:

    So glad I could make such neat things happen inside your nasal pathway. Only wish I could have seen it! Or, maybe not.


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