Who da thunk it???:<)!
I think he's just jealous of the Norwegian curling pants.http://www.reuters.com/resources/r/?m=02&d=20100216&t=2&i=61984351&w=460&r=2010-02-16T221244Z_01_BTRE61F1PNN00_RTROPTP_0_OLYMPICS-CURLING
LOL - thanks for the laugh Terry.
I watched some curling recently. Well, I watched the Simpsons episode where Marge and Homer became Olympic curlers.
Terry, are you sure you don't want to get married? Smooches.
Kat: Ter just left town.
Eureka! That's it! I watched this game during lunch today and I couldn't figure out what it was called. What's up with the men who brush the ice ahead of the sliding thing?
belinda: It's a northern Wisconsin/Minnesota/whoever kinda thing...they probably can't figure it out, either.They're men, ya know:<)!
Father to be fair to men, I can't figure myself out either. I used the ladies room at Walmart yesterday and a man walked in as I was washing my hands in an OCD fashion and I said to him with my hands up in the air in a "doh" kinda way... Um, um, uh, whatcha doing? He apologized profusly as I laughed at him (with gusto) but when I walked out he held his head down - like a gentleman and pointed to the sign.. Aparently I went into the mens room , but to be fair it looked just like the womans. I shop at two Walmarts and the bathrooms are in opposite order. I always pull to the right. I didn't even say I was sorry- I was too mortified. Women always blame men or at least I blamed my blog administrator for everything unpleasant that happens to me. It really was his fault. hahahahaha
belinda: LOL!I check twice before I go into a restroom...and when I'm in my habit I get second looks from the men in the men's room:<)!Isn't life, just, well, interesting (as me Mum says!)...?
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