07 April 2011

Friday Funny

Pierce figured out I exposed her clandestine bunny antics on my blog yesterday, so she decided it was high time to even the score. She was waiting for us on our front lawn when we got home.

I KNOW what you did.
The Stare Down

Primitive Klingon Cloaking Device"If I paste my ears back in stealth mode, you can't see me."

Look, I'm auditioning for the next Twilight movie!"Don't you mess with me! I'll drink your human blood!"

You gotta ask yourself, do I feel lucky?  Well, do ya, Punk?"Go ahead. Make.My.Day."

21 comments :

  1. Okay, now I know you don't sleep. This morning as I went to your blog and read Friday, I had to think a minute. No, it's not Friday, or is it? But did conclude it is only Thursday and with my cursor's help I concluded it is April 7th, just not Friday. Boy is this going to be a bummer for you when you realize you have one more day in your work week. Well, think positive, it gives you more time to get done what you intended to do this way. You just gained a day. As the sun rises over our mountain (which you would probably refer to as a hill) it looks like it will be a glorious day. I thought that yesterday but mid way through the day we had a snow squaw. I too am sick of winter! Bring the growing season on! So Friday Funny is really funny because it is really Thursday. :)

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  2. Well, dang, I guess that foils tomorrow's surprise! Oh well. I guess that's what I get for trying to quilt while working on my blog. My network connection is pretty darned slow, but I guess my brain was even slower this time around! This truly was meant to be for Friday!

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  3. Hahaha, despite messing up the dates, this is tooo cute! =] I love the story you came up with.

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  4. That bunny has a look in his eyes. I fully recall having a squirrel friend meet me when I arrived home and one day he was atop the roof staring at me and the song from the Clint Eastwood movie The Good, the Bad and Ugly went through my head. He would try to attack us whenever we tried to hang out the clothes...it was terrible.

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  5. Bunnicula!

    These are so adorable. I can't wait to show them to Des. She's pretty fond of all things 'rabbit' and these? Are gonna send her over the moon.

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  6. Ha ha ha. Going to have to come back to this post when my kids are out of school for the day. I bet they'd get a kick out of the picture of the Easter Bunny. ;)

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  7. Okay, Bunny....you do NOT know what I did; I need to learn how to use the 'Primitive Klingon Cloaking Device'; Love, love the Twilight Movies, Mr/Ms Vampire Bunny; and, Ha, Ha! I will leave you alone, Clint Eastwood! :)
    What a great 'early Friday' funny! See!? You ARE working too hard!

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  8. oh he may be garden terrorist to you, but isnt he a cute little bugger?

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  9. Hi! Still loving your snowflakes!! My mission this year is to make each snowflake at least once. I just found your blog this past January so I can keep busy all year doing this. I went back to the beginning and printed each one out and have them in a notebook. I have posted photos of some of them on FB and ThriftyFun and of course, gave you credit for the pattern.

    The other night I made your tiniest one and love it so decided to try to make it larger but made a goof but ended up with a keeper but not a flake. Also, I did make the larger version which just entailed using tr instead of dc. Can you find the mistake in one of these? That is if I figure out how to attach a photo here.

    And I am not doing the past snowflakes in any order so I probably will end up with several repeats.

    And when I do a more complicated flake I am in awe of how you picture one in your mind, put it on paper and then write up the pattern. How long have you been a crocheter? And how do you figure out what stitch etc to do? How many hours approximately does it take you to do the harder ones of yours?

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  10. I guess I can't figure out how to post my pic of my trio of creations.

    If I figure it out I will send it, if not could you help me out?

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  11. Wow! Thanks, Brenda! I don't think it's possible to post a picture in a comment, but you may post a link, if the photo is online. I'll see if I can find you elsewhere, and I'll see what I can do to help.

    Some snowflakes take me days, and some take about 15 minutes. Some have to be ripped out many times because they just don't work the way I see them in my head, and some work smoothly without much effort. It's a fun process; I enjoy working through the difficult ones!

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  12. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150256473588047&set=a.93758398046.107167.533803046&theater

    Hi, hopefully this will take you to the 3 snowflakes I told you about. The bottom right one is your creation. I think it was the smallest one you had made.

    Then I was going to make another and that is the top left. It ended up being a star, I missed the last point but who cares, I like the star.

    and then the bottom left one is your pattern that I changed, instead of doing dc that it called for in the pattern I did trebles. I like all three. But not my best pinning--I have learned not to do that step when I am tired.

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  13. Love it! The photos and story are too cute! Reminds me of the look in our cat's eyes when she's mad that we'll be leaving even for a few hours - and if she knows we're packing for a trip or getting ready to take her to the vet, then we definitely get that look! :)

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  14. Such an adorable little bunny :)
    She does not succeed in looking menacing.

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  15. Cute Rabbit - almost invisible in stealth mode but those eyes need to be closed to get the best effect!

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  16. great shots. The last one is so funny! Thank you for you kind comment on my blog xxx

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  17. Oh my goodness! Bunny love at it's best! Great catch in your yard I'd say!

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  18. These are great! It's like a story from Peter Rabbit ... umm if those stories made it over the Atlantic that is! http://www.peterrabbit.com/home.asp

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  19. oh how sweet... smart animal .-)

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  20. That is one fierce looking bunny wabbit! =D

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