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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

New Breed!!!

A new breed
of young human beings!
They are referred to as
created by natural genetic evolution
through constant spineless posturing,
and spasmatic upper limb gestures,
which new research has shown
to cause shorter legs
and inability to ambulate
other than in an awkward
shuffling gait.


Mama Zen said...

That is hilarious!

Lowell said...

Bwaaaaaaaa! And that's from a former teacher who saw these clowns every day. Full of sass, but no gas, and couldn't even keep their pants up, which they thought was cool while everyone else thought they were a fool.

Lowell said...

Hey, I was just on your blog and reading something by George Carlin and now it's gone...Help!

Bhushavali said...

Ha ha ha!!! This is so creative and so funny!!!

WritingsForLife said...

hehe :-)

cieldequimper said...

Oh looooool!!!

EG CameraGirl said...

I LOVE your sense of humour, Sylvia!

Anonymous said...

I laughed until my pants fell off :)
Good one, Sylvia!

Andrea @ From The Sol said...

I always believed in evolution ... now we have proof before our very eyes. You are amazing to have made this discovery. That is a unique anatomical solution ... you don't pull your pants up, you just move your hips down. Woo Hoo Sylvia ... if I laugh any harder, I will hurt something:)

Andrea @ From The Sol

Gail Dixon said...

Love your sense of humor!

Arija said...

Beautiful! Can you also find an explanation of the constant offering of the perennial plumber's crack?

Jack said...

You are a hoot, Sylvia.

Kay said...

I've always wondered how they keep their pants from falling down! Something you feel like giving it a little pull... just to see...

Margie's Musings said...

I agree with Kay. I am always tempted to give those pants a little yank

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PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hahaha ! I see them everywhere Sylvia.

Gunn said...


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