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That mouse almost made me puke!! Eeeewwww…
Oh my gosh, that mouse. And Joy just asked white or weat bread, this is hilarious. The “F” word is used in Europe too, but there, you can say it pretty easy because it is not in our language. If we translate the “F” word into the Dutch word, it is to absurd for words, to express yourself with that word. Tonight I was asking my step son about his move to an honor class with English. I asked him how he would call the section English at high school. Like you have math, history, health, etc. He did not know what I was asking so I told him we call them in Dutch school vakken. If you say that word out loud, it sounds the same as the “F” word. But I did not realize that, because I was say school subjects in Dutch. He and his dad together, teasing me with : Oh, Ellen, you said a bad word!!! And I still looked puzzled because for me I was saying a decent word, so I repeated it again, and then, suddenly I realized how it would sound to them!! It was pretty hilarious.
Oh those pictures are SOOOOO funny!!!
Man the mouse pic is pretty gross!!
Also how do you get a tractor stuck like that? lol
LOL Shane. Ask your dad how he got the 4 wheeler stuck. It didn’t look deep!! LOL!!!
@ Shane… you’d be surprised how easily… those cornfields can mask all KINDS of stuff, particularly soft ground. It’s a low point in the field, the ground absorbs last night’s rain, that point absorbs better, and…… schloooop!!! Quick-mud.
That mouse is vile. No toast for ME this morning. gag.
DANG! That mouse is nasty and I just had my toast!!!! Yes, fields are tricky things aren’t they?!
I can’t get over that mouse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Me either. It’s gross huh??? Good thing Sue had her toast already or she may have changed her mind!!! LOL!!!
F (CAPITAL F THAT IS)
Tractor: That’s one dumb farmer.
Boat/truck: That’s exactly why you use safety chains.
Mouse: He would have wanted it that way.
Now as far as using the “F” word… here is a post I did last year that generated quite the controversy on the subject.
Umm wheres the saftey chains for the boat/car off the clift
lol on the tractor