Monday, October 4, 2010

Thoughts From the Shallow End






Wouldn't it be great if gum really did stay in your stomach for seven years because if it piled up for a while it could really save you a lot of money on Bariatric surgery.






Now that Elena Kagan is on the bench


 is Ruth Bader Ginsburg going to lose her standing as the female justice "most likely to pull a sophomoric prank"?


Or 


will Sonia Sotomayor make a move,  breaking out the fake barf and placing whoopee cushions on her fellow justices' chairs?




Wouldn't it be great if there was a contest amongst all fifth grades across America to decide which class gets to dissect the pellets from the "Owls of Ga'Hoole" because I bet there is a lot to be learned from the poop of these wise talking birds. 




  


 



Does every kid in the movies have the same "Hollywood kid haircut" clause in their contract?

 
















Maybe reality TV is really real and your life is just really boring.








                                                  

9 comments:

Holly said...

Why are we so random? Can you imagine if you and I met for lunch with our husbands in tow? They would so leave us there.

Sarah said...

I would write a long, witty comment but I don't have time - I'm off to my secret lab to invent my new "7 Year Gum." Hopefully it will be ready by the time I eject this baby.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

You are so funny! I really like your take on the supreme justices being merry pranksters.

Misha said...

hahahaha great post!

Sue said...

=D

You always brighten my day, Laraine.

The Bipolar Diva said...

lol! I think you're right on with Kagan!

karen said...

All of it. But especially breaking out the fake barf and the whoopie cushion. That would be awesome.

Pondside said...

I always wondered about that perfect-child haircut...........

hiphousegirl said...

I think that all child actors from the 80s and early 90s just all shared one wig. It was probably cheaper than actually maintaining the hair"style".

Now, I'm off to google "dustin hoffman meryl streep movie child haircut" to see what on earth movie that picture is from.