Saturday, January 16, 2010

Caption this photo (#26)

Have at it, clever readers...

23 comments:

dbdubya said...
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dbdubya said...

The Venus de Milo of Trees.

Dixie Jane said...

The poor thing doesn't have much going for it. I like dbdubya's assessment. Also reminds me of a "strung up" chicken. I hope she survives.

Judy Williams said...

Reach for the sky!!!!

Julie Hill said...

Sometimes you have to loose everything before you can gain what is truly worthwhile in life.

Mister Earl said...

Can't touch that!

(Good one, dbd)

WV: obeaters

Brenda's Arizona said...

Ever have a dream of standing naked outside your house?

Mister Earl said...

I sure hope they had a permit to cut that tree down, although the City Council won't discuss it. They claim it's a personnel matter under the new "Trees are People, Too" program.

Mister Earl said...

Brenda: What's your address?

altadenahiker said...

Torn limb from limb. (What the heck, I've already conceded to Db & Brenda.)

WV: Dishetog. I throw in the dishetog.

Laurie said...

These are TOOOOO great. (And AH, pick up that dishetog young lady.)

Anton Elohan Byers said...

I have but one limb to give for my country...

Mister Earl said...

Anton: You made me cross my legs!

TheChieftess said...

You all outdid yourselves!!! I can't top any of those!!!

altadenahiker said...

Minimalism.

pasadenapio said...

The lushly canopied tree saw the ignoramus with a chain saw coming her way.

The tree pleaded: "Don't you recognize a ravishing natural resource when you see one?"

The ignoramus couldn't hear the tree over the din of the chain saw.

The tree fell silent forever.

TheChieftess said...

Ahhhh, PasPio...this one made me sad :(

Yakpate said...

Alberto Vowed to never again daydream about Jennifer Lopez during work hours.

Laurie said...

Okay, PIO made me sad but then I cracked up at Yak. Yay for my multidimensional and always-up-for-fun blog buddies!

You rock, people.

Til tomorrow...

Mister Earl said...

Yak: That's so wrong!!!

Scott Feldmann said...

"The Giving Tree" LIVE! in South Pasadena, by the ghost of Shel Silverstein.

Laurie said...

Scott, you wrote what I thought!

Michael Klinger said...

tis a mere flesh wound