Monday, September 9, 2013

Leaf Blower

Leif got all excited when his girlfriend, Frida, told him she was going to get him something special for autumn.





Wrong kinda leaf, though.

28 comments:

  1. I'm sure Leif was looking forward to getting blown, but probably not with this device.

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  2. Maybe he'll get a fancy screw driver to go with it

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    1. Isn't a screw driver a pimp in a Cadillac?

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    1. A prune she may be, but she was somebody's baby once.

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  4. Now you know why Erik was red...

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    1. He knew he had little to worry about. Not many trees in Iceland.

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  5. I think Frida's getting a bad rap here. Maybe she was just subtly telling him he didn't have the right equipment...

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  6. I'm sure if he had a bottle of lotion, he could get creative... No need to give up so easily!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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  7. As long as it wasn't Preparation H. That makes the swelling go down.

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  8. I think I'll be lazy this year and just leave on the lawn as compost or something.

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  9. I have no idea what that dastardly contraption is. Could you use it yourself and post an action shot?

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    1. I wish I had a leaf blower.
      Or the other kind.

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  10. Well, if Leaf suggested the other kind of "blower", his wife said, "Make like a tree and leave!"

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  11. Instead of Frida, it should have been 'Frigid.'
    If it was good enough for the president....

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  12. This is hilarious! I guess Autumn really is here now, I see leaves falling all the time!

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    1. I saw leaves falling today, even though it was 92 frikkin' degrees.

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    1. I see things and think, "How can I make a joke out of this?"
      It's a sickness I have.

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  14. Who wants a leaf blower? Weird people. That's who.

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  15. This humor is just smut, innuendo and juvenile. And I love it!

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  16. I thought innuendos were Italian suppositories.
    Weird.

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