|Some of Terry Border's Bent Objects|
I kept this couple of Terry Border's creations on my desktop as a possible fallback. For one reason or another, both of these images are a little risqué: the first because of the demented banana, and the second because of the shameful Yale lock. They both not only make me laugh, but also snicker as well. I hope they do the same for you. Terry Border continues to create his Bent Objects, and his page should give you many delightful moments.
you go with your bad self! :)ReplyDelete
I have to admit...I laughed. Particularly at the banana!ReplyDelete
Ha! Too funny!ReplyDelete
You always need something to make you smile. I keep a list of ideas. Usually My list doesn't run out.ReplyDelete
I like the banana.ReplyDelete
I think they are both funny, something to make us smile.
My mind is always in the gutter for life...so the banana is a hoot!!!! You should see how Bud and I arrange our bananas and oranges in our fruit bowl...well, never mind. I will leave that to your imagination.ReplyDelete
These images made me smile D J!!
Oh and loved the 'blue' post on the aerobics class surprise in the post below this one.
ha,ha - hey, ya gotta have a little giggle in your life - mine is just full of it. Thanks and have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
Well! He's certainly got a creative mind, hasn't he...ReplyDelete
Yeah, I thought the banana was especially risqué. Lol.ReplyDelete
What is a day with out a little banana porn? Too cute.ReplyDelete
Hmmmm. What does it mean if you had to point out the naughtiness to me? I missed it. I hate to admit that. They are funny!ReplyDelete
Went back and looked at all the posts I missed - Loved, as usual, those about your walks and your friends. I bookmarked the geek site, just in case. I also envied your lilac bushes quite a lot. I have never seen lilacs around here, it must be the weather. Their scent is so sweet. We had double white lilacs in our garden in France. You write 3 times a week? that is a tight schedule. Your little garden is looking good – you’ll have plenty of greens to eat this summer.ReplyDelete
His creations seem oddly familiar but I cannot recall why.ReplyDelete