I thought of my friend DW as I saw this license plate the other day. Made me laugh. I mean, I know that there are mayo promoters and there are mayo loathers, but I didn't know one could loath a condiment so much that one would pay good money to announce it on one's car. Are there "IH8MAYO" license plates in every state, I wonder? And would they like it better if it were called "aioli"?
A fortune cookie, offered with love, for you, if you ever catch up to it:
When faced with catastrophe, Buddha says "the roses are beautiful, aren't they?" Moral: Don't cheat yourself of the roses that life has bestowed and continues to bestow--nothing is worth more than the beauty of life's "roses".
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I have just discovered your blog as I tried to track down when Julian of Norwich's feast day was. It is a delightful blog, which I hope to return to, but in the meantime I wanted to mention, viz. your last post, that if you haven't seen the "mayo" scene in the "The Whole Nine Yards" you (and your friend with the license plate) really must. It's a simply hilarious take by Bruce Willis on mayonnaise, and in general one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.
Looking forward to returning...
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