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Friday, May 30, 2014

Just in Case You Don't Speak French -- See the Caption Below!!

Translation:
"According to a serious survey 99.9% of males looking at this picture won’t notice the mouse on the donut !"
Another jewel from my 96 year old buddy!! She does get the good ones!!

13 comments:

K. said...

Hey, I noticed both mice! Can't miss 'em!

Lowell said...

What donut?

Glad you liked the video. And I don't think you want to know what's on the other side of Heaven's Gate just yet. Right? :)

Did you hear the one about the golfer who was praying about how to improve his poor golf game when suddenly he heard a voice from heaven.

"Yes, son, can I help you?"

"Oh my god," he said and in his excitement blurted out, "This is so cool. Can you tell me if there is golf in heaven!"

The voice said, "Well, I've got some good news and bad news."

The golfer said, "Well, tell me the good news."

The voice replied, "Yes, there is golf in heaven."

"Oh my god," said the golfer. "What could be the bad news?"

The voice rumbled: "You have a tee time at 2:00 tomorrow!"

Lois said...

Very funny Sylvia! I'll take one of the chocolate covered ones. On second thought, the mouse has probably been sampling all of them, so no.

Mersad said...

Well the mouse is blended into the doughnut. Can't blame us.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
...is it wrong to say I had to go searching even after reading the clue??? For women it was seeing past the doughnuts that caused the 'confustion'
&*<> YAM xx

Catherine said...

Too funny!

Mama Zen said...

How true!

RuneE said...

What mouse? I only noticed melons ...

Margie's Musings said...

What a great photo! I'm nota man but I didn't notice the mouse either.

Al said...

There's a mouse on a donut? LOL at this one, Sylvia! Enjoy your weekend!

Arija said...

So nice to hear that the male psyche is still intact.

Jack said...

What mouse?

Bergson said...

c'est vrai je n'ai rien vu

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