Have you ever looked closely at food advertisements? They aren’t nearly as appetizing as they are when you DON’T look at them.
For instance, I have never had coffee that would just sit gelatinously up above the cup:If you take a minute and pretend it’s cold, it actually looks pretty yummy – Starbucks pudding. Hmm…cross-branding opportunity?
So saddle up your horses….and go west young man!!
Oh wait – that’d be the Christian Oldies Version.
Now I used to drive a Honda Civic, and loved it. In fact, I’ve had four different Honda Civics. So I think I have the right to say that it’s not really a car that depicts what this tag is trying to portray:
Yes, Sir. I am feeling your intimidating and overbearing authority as you drive along in your baby blue compact car.
Maybe this isn’t weird to you, and maybe it’s not even odd, but I have personally never seen garbage picked up with a forklift.Apparently, Mountain Brook is getting too uppity to have their garbage men actually pick up the trash cans and dump them like regular folk.
Have you ever wanted a vehicle with wheels AND with a view? Now they have them. We spotted this in Atlanta:
I have a feeling that there are a LOT of those on race weekends in Talladega.
We went to Copeland’s while in Atlanta, one of our formerly-in-Birmingham-but-closed-because-of-our-curse restaurants, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that they still serve their always giggle inducing vegetable special:Yummo.
I love that they went to the trouble to copyright the name. As if there were restaurants lining up to liken their food to a bodily function.
…because I’m always so very inspired with holiday spirit when there’s a toy bear or penguin pooping candy at me.
And finally, Ali has learned a new trick – she can move her eyes independently of each other (something that is apparently genetic, as her Daddy can, also).
A trick which has now been banned, because I got paranoid of what she was doing to her eyes.