Holmes blew through town last night, just in time to save me from this man-eating mountain lion. What a great friend!
We were up late laughing so I persuaded him to slack off for the day. Instead of his matchless history lessons or sarcastic humor, I’m posting this amazingly predictable but fun video that made us laugh. Hope you enjoy it, too.
Would your grandmother do this type of experiment?
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse
Holmes–Student of Sex, C4 & Hollow Points
Hey Piper. Funny video. When my wife and I were first married, we went on a vacation to Florida and spent quite a bit of time on the beach. One day a woman, that was…how should I say it…well put together, came walking by. I was observing her, and after the girl walked past I turned to my wife. BUSTED. Then in a very serious monotone voice she said, “I don’t mind you looking, but don’t linger.” ‘Nuff said. We’ve been married 33 years, and I remembered that lesson. 😉
Oh, how funny. I’ll bet you did remember that. A most reasonable request. Glad you enjoyed the video. Thanks for sharing your experience. 🙂
LOL. Made my hubby, Mark, and I laugh. Great post sweetie!
Glad you liked it, Donna. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
*giggle* That’s great! I’d like to see the reverse, too…that is the cute girl asking for directions and grandma collecting coins and see the result, LOL!
That’s a great idea, Amy. I think that would be a very revealing video. I wonder how many of those young men would ignore the cleavage and miniskirt to help the elderly lady. Hmmm. I may need to test that one. Thanks for stopping by.
LMAO. Men are so predictable! Thanks for sharing – needed the laugh today!
You bet, Stacy. Thanks for stopping by.
Thanks for my morning laugh – too funny! So amusing to mess with the male… er… mind.
Lol. Yes. Men are simple creatures, and the ones I know will be the first to admit it. Three sentence manual, after all. (Feed me. Feed my ego. Feed my libido.) Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 🙂
OMG, I was quietly chuckling until that last one. Then I laughed…loudly.
And Kerry, I’m with your wife. Noticing is human nature. Ogling is a choice. 🙂
An excellent distinction. So glad you enjoyed. Thanks for stopping by, Jami.
Ogling is fine if you’re wearing sunglasses…but the guy blew it by raising them up. Thanks for the smile 🙂
Lol. Great point, Jason. I confess to a bit of “metabolically active art” appreciation going on behind my sunglasses from time to time. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
If we weren’t meant to look, women wouldn’t be beautiful.
Good one, Dave. I’ll be you also say things like, “Why, Sweetheart, your weight is no concern of mine.” Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 😉
Haha, thanks for the laugh.
You bet, Clay. Thanks for stopping by.