Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Wordless tuesday!

Another chance to win this....



Or how about this one??!




47 comments:

Elissa said...

Now here's the perfect picture to match the saying:

"Pull your head out!"

or maybe:

"Butt head!"

Chris H said...

"This takes BROWN NOSING just too far"!

BenefitScroungingScum said...

"Alas poor Yorrick....we thought we knew him so well" BG

frog ponds rock... said...

That took me ages and ages to work out..*sigh* thanks again for making me think "outside the square"

cheers kim..xox

Jen said...

Oh sure...make me think at 6 am!

Great puzzle :-)

Suzy said...

Perfect picture of me trying to do this....


Love,
Suzy

Vi vi vi vooom!!!!!!!! said...

Can't think of a caption, too busy giggling!

jams o donnell said...

Haham when they talk about people with their heads up their jacksies, you have the proof! Great puzzle and Happy WT/WW

Tattie Weasle said...

Delicioulsy bizarre and I loved the list!!! Now thinking hard for things that are not what they seem....

captain corky said...

Yikes! ;)

lastcrazyhorn said...

Thanks for the comment. :)

BTW, I haven't read all your posts, but have you ever looked into music therapy for your son? I'm getting my masters in it; so I know that it works with a lot of people.

buffalodickdy said...

Last words: "I'll take that bar bet, or die trying"....

Emma said...

Love the puzzle might have to try a few more, it may kill my addiction to Yahtzee..lol

Casdok said...

Thank you Lastcrazyhorn, C has music therapy at school. I have known people that it works very well for. Good luck with your Masters.

inherwritemind1 said...

Hi, Casdok,

I don't know how you found my blog but I'm glad you did. I love your blog with all the visuals!

And you're an "autism mom." If you didn't notice it, I post a lot (!!) of dog stuff. That's because I love them, mainly, but one of my German shepherds is a therapy dog. We make regular visits to a school for young kids with autism. It's actually one of my favorite places to visit because everytime I'm there I witness a small miracle. One of the kids says a new word or wants to pet my dog. As you are all too aware, so many autistic people are fearful. My calm dog helps the kids with their fear of animals.

I'll be posting about this soon, if you're interested.

Best,
Tena

tena said...

PS I swiped your "Think Differently About Autism" badge for my blog.

Richard said...

1 - Nope I still can't remember what I had for breakfast.

2 - Mind the Gap

Casdok said...

Thank you Tena, sounds as though you are doing a great job!

BBC said...

I was actually able to do the puzzle with my modem. Nice simple one to do.

As for the pic, that's why I own a porta-pottie.

craig andrew said...

"Archaeologists discover the first politician."

Sandy Carlson said...

Wow. Not for the faint of bladder! Great shots.

Eileen said...

That is one of the many reasons I love your blog so much, it takes my mind to so many new places....and beyond.....
XOXO

Nancy said...

Worlds Biggest Pee Trough

BBC said...

The puzzle pic reminds me of what I have on my dash.

"If you live your life with your head up your ass you will always experience the same old shit."

LOL

tegdirb92 said...

I'm an autism mom too (of two). Have a great Wednesday. That WW was great too.

Jen said...

I hear they now how a surgery where they remove their skin and stomach muscles and put in a clear piece of plexi glas so they see while they try to figure out how to pull their own head out of their ass.

Odat said...

LOL

Annieye said...

I loved your blog. Really interesting. The faces are scary, but tell an interesting story about things not always being as they seem.

Marla Fauchier Baltes said...

I am confused. But that is really nothing new here.

Top cat said...

That was fun!!
tc

Debs said...

My nephew has Aspergers and if your son is as fascinating and delightful as he is, then he is a pretty wonderful chap.

Ian Lidster said...

Don't have time for the first at this moment. For the second, well you saw my blog on incontinence pants.

cher said...

somehow i managed to do the puzzle, but i'm missing a piece. so...ya...

that picture would suck if you had the trots like my family had for about 2 weeks straight.

Niksmom said...

OMG I'm laughing too hard to be able to think of a witty caption! For the second pic, how 'bout "I knew I shouldn't have had that last Starbucks back there!"

Niksmom said...

"I know my keys are in here somewhere..."

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

What, six miles or so? Yikes. Have a great WW. :)

Scots said...

piccy #1 - "deep breaths now, and ... PUSH ...!!!

Has taken me some time but I have read most of your posts and am going back to finish the job! What a great blog!

Casdok said...

Wow! Am impressed!
Thank you!

golfwidow said...

1. "I'm trying to see things from your point of view, but I can't quite get my head that far up my arse."

2. "Man, I'd hate to see how far away the souvenir shop is."

Alison said...

I particularly like the second picture, lol!

Janice Thomson said...

Thank you Casdok for your comments.
I have been here before admiring your blog and your skills as a compassionate and loving mother.
I have bookmarked you.

the daily knack said...

thanks for the comment!

Bonnie said...

ouch!

happy tuesday!

Lori said...

Love the puzzle....yikes on the pic. Man, you better not drink water before you go there!! Happy WW.

Joan said...

Thanks for visiting my blog the other day! And thanks for the laughs...I just love a little "toilet humor." :~)

whimsicalnbrainpan said...

LOL! I love the second pic!

andrea said...

Ooh, I-know, I-know! That's technically known as:

CRANIAL-RECTAL INVERSION.

(Not every day I get to pull out a scientific term like that.)