Friday, April 3, 2015

'C' is For Coleman


Coleman



Wee Gary Coleman 
What You Talkin' 'Bout, Willis?
Can Now Go Camping

44 comments:

  1. The big question here is Gary in that cooler?
    I think it's high time that Ben and Jerry's made an ice cream flavor out of wee Coleman don't ya think?
    What name could it possibly be?

    Bushman
    2015 A to Z Challenge Ambassador
    @jwb81074

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    1. Laughing myself silly (which is actually quite easy) still…

      Bushman: that is too funny.

      Al: that's a cool name! COOL STUFF coming to us from inside that cranium of yours. (work it Cool J, work it - going for the gold in the C category)

      My submission for the search for a new ice cream flavour - Coleman Nuts and Chocolate Twist.

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  3. I think we would just say "Eskie", over here!

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    1. Potato...potahto
      Tomato...tomahto
      Eskie...?

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  4. I seriously have a cooler that looks just like it. It came with the house.

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    1. So do I. Except mine is red and weighs a ton. It is the only thing I have left over from my first marriage (no kidding). The only time I use it is when we go camping every year to Rhode Island. My brothers call it the "Flintstone" cooler.

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    2. Damn… still laughing.

      So, you got yourself this red cooler, it weigh a ton. I've gotta ask… Did you keep her? (your ex) hahahahaha. It that who those bones belong to.

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    3. Naw, she dropped ME like 3rd Grade English.

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  5. And you can put him in the Coleman.

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    1. And still have room for cold cuts and beer.

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  6. I bet that is how he gets cheap flights. Crawl in and then become cargo.

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  7. Now, does that contain his supplies, or Coleman himself? Ooh that might actually be in kinda poor taste.

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    1. Yeah, but poor taste is welcome here.

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  8. I guess it will keep him cool in the summer!
    ~Jess

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    1. And warm in the winter.
      Oh. Wait. Those are thermoses, aren't they?
      How do they know?

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  9. Little Gary Coleman sat upon the cooler
    Knowing full well he could never fool her
    She chided him for being so small
    But after hacking off her leg's she wasn't very tall.

    I know… I know… it's early. Wait till I have a few scoops of that Rockin' Gary Cherry ice cream. Then all hell will break loose!

    Jenny
    2015 A to Z Challenge Ambassador
    @PearsonReport

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    1. Well, cut off my legs and call me 'Shorty'!

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  10. Poor Gary! I wonder if Tattoo has one just like it. Are we still invited over for briscuit?

    Julie

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    1. On second thought, maybe it's safer if Jenny doesn't know where you live. She wrote a great poem though.

      Julie

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    2. If we run out, I can make more.

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    3. Yeah, are we… it's Easter weekend… and brisket sounds yummy. (my auto correct won't let me spell it your way Al…)

      Julie: thanks, I've been hanging out at Pat's place and the great and powerful Orlin (maybe related to Oz) granted me the ability to bring mediocre poetry to life! (it's a short lived gig so don't expect it to continue) :)

      Now I'm hungry… where's that takeout menu.

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    4. That's because I misspelled it. Oh...duh me.

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    5. Lucky you, Mr. Bones - you've got that new spelling feature that automatically keeps the errors, to make the rest of us look smug and superior. Geez...

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  11. You KNOW you got me laughing, but poor Gary.
    Pearson and you put all other C-er's to shame with this Coleman.

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    1. I had a feeling you'd like this. Now if I could only get some more mileage with that tightey-whitey picture...?

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    2. Hmm...you may want to tune in for the letter 'T.'

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    3. Oh I will, Al. I'll be back well before T. I'm back now.

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  12. Poor little guy. And I used to wat to be shorter and now I shrunk.

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    1. I'm getting shorter and shorter as the years pass. Eventually, I'll be prone.

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  13. C wasn't for colon? I am disappointed.

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    1. I really, really thought about it.

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    2. Since it would have had to be short because it was a haiku, it would have had to be a SEMIcolon. And I already have something for 's.'

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  14. We have a picture of our one year old son taking a bath in one of these coolers at Crater Lake Lodge. He's now thirty-five. I should find that picture and embarrass him with it.

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    1. I think I can still take a bath in one.

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  15. I know the dad on the show died not long ago.

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    1. Didn't Willis die, too? Something happened with him.

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  16. I was married once before and my last name was Coleman at that time. I still shiver when I see it.

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    1. Mrs. Penwasser laughs when we she sees it.
      Oh. Wait. I don't think we're talking about the same thing.

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  17. That would come under E for Esky just saying

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    1. Oh, I've plans for 'E.' Oh, yes, I have plans.

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