Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Happy Hollow Wiener


Best of luck to all of you in the candy-acquisition process; feel free to shamelessly use your offspring to attain your goals.

10 comments:

OneEar said...

LBok - RE: "shamelessly using offspring to attain goals"

Don't worry. I feel shame. It is just difficult to use non-offspring.

Loud but off key said...

What's the big deal?

princess smarty-pants said...

Somebody is pretty handy with a knife...

Loud but off key said...

Princess Smarty-pants, is that an alligator on your motorcycle? Or are you just happy to see me?

Sven said...

I know I did.

Loud but off key said...

Sven,
Is that a candle on your pumpkin, or are you just happy to see me? Those photos of Big Bear Lake wouldn't happen to be the Big Bear Lake in Southern California, would they? It doesn't seem likely, seeing how you seem to be from the land of relocated-Vikings-who-were-more-interested-in-peaceful-farming-than-pillaging, aka, Minnesota, where, things named after bears (e.g., Lakes, which you've got lots of, in fact you've even named your butter for that fact) are probably common despite the lack of actual bears, excepting of course the occasional rogue black bear who gets tired of hanging around at the city dump. Well?!? Why all the silence?

OneEar said...

See what I mean about the rambling and the drinking.

Loud but off key said...

It's not alcohol, it's methamphetamine.

OneEar said...

I don't believe you. That's probably due to my paranoia.

Sven said...

LBOK:

Is that a candle on your pumpkin, or are you just happy to see me?

Both.

The Big Bear Lake in the photos is located in Burnett County WI. The Vikings are more adept at turnovers than either farming or pillaging. Yes we have a lot of lakes, more than 15,000 actually. The bears taste better with a little butter.