Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
I suppose we're having a thoroughly French spring... everything's yellow.
We were doing fine until this morning; brushed 4" of snow off the Jeep and 5 hours later it's still snowing...
My car looks like a freaking tennis ball and there's currently a pollen fog hanging about. Damn near kills the transplants, especially since the government decided you can only buy uselessly small amounts of watered-down sinus medication...if any can be found at all.
I actually thought about this on my way to work this morning (mentally picturing Chris Muir's artwork):Soldier 1: "This stuff is awful! it gets into all your gear, you can't breathe, you can barely see! How are we supposed to do anything in all this?!"Soldier 2: "First spring in Ft. Benning, huh?"
rick - awesome scene. I'd like to see him do that.
Thanks for the laugh. That was the funniest thing I've seen since I fell through my ceiling.I'm in the piney part of Virginia so I thionk we still have a month to go before prime pollen-man making season here.
Tam, dad's nod fuddy...*AH-CHOO!*...Claritin. I need Claritin...
LOVE IT!!Moved to SC six years back about this time of year and couldn't figure out why everything was yellow-green. Had to ask my coworkers who filled me in on the fact that pollen can actually build up in such quantities.Saw a car dealer the other day with a sign out front- "Everything covered in yellow is on sale!"
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