Sunday, October 14, 2012

Just Stopping in for Sec to Say:

Storms are heading our way. Seems we may not be able to clean the garage. Helen isn't saying she's happy about this turn of events but she was recently seen singing one of her favorite songs:


Sadly and suddenly Marv finally got that old joke about "size matters" .  Okay, I KNOW it's racy but you didn't have to use the Ho word! 

Helen is Getting prepared:

Full disclosure - Helen had the red ones as a kid. They were awful and they smelled rubbery. There, now you know Helen wasn't always the stylish trend setter she is now.


Hopefully the bad weather will pass by the time we go to the Weird Al concert tonight.

Sigh, Helen you lead such a glamorous life! 
Back to answering questions Monday or Tuesday depending on how the house cleaning goes.

18 comments:

  1. Weird Al? My hubby sings the words to some of the songs...Weird Al's version! And I had the yellow galoshes! heehee! They were always too big!

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    1. Always made too big sounds, flopping and slopping along through the puddles - the boots, not Weird Al

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  2. I want those wellies! Sports ho? You'll be getting all manner of hits! x

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    1. LOL - I never thought of the Google effect for that term.

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  3. Oh Helen, those old rubber boots...had a brown pair of those growing up. They always rubbed my lower calf sore, if I didn't wear knee shoes..yikes. My husband says this little saying every time he sees a group of men together...."First liar doesn't have a chance." Usually when he is fishing.LOL

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    1. Love that saying but not those boots. Seems they stir a lot of memories.

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  4. I had the boots like yours. I don't know why, but it always bugged me that they folded over on the the side...and they did smell rubbery. Yuck. I'd forgotten how much I disliked wearing those things.

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    1. That foldy thing was awful and the rubber band type that that you had to use to affix them was a pain.

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  5. Weird Al? Amish Paradise!

    I had those horrid boots in bright yellow......I hid them.

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    1. LOL on bright yellow! He did sing Amish Paradise, btw. Too fun.

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  6. Oh, I remember those boots from my childhood! My mother always bought them too big so I could pull them over my shoes. I hated them! Along with the scarves she made me wear. I'd usually pull them off my head when I got out of her sight, but by then they'd already flattened my hair. Memories! :)

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    1. We didn't have to cope with scarves but those boots, I wonder if they were protecting our feet or their investment in our shoes?

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  7. Helen, I love you more than ever! Weird Al is the Poet Laureate of my Life. I love rain boots...I just bought red ones with white polka dots...and to be extra pretentious...I ordered them from Great Britain, where it rains non-stop. Who knows rubber boots better than the Brits? =D

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    1. You will be adorable in your red polka dot wellies! We were singing along quite a bit tonight. Didn't realize I knew so many of the words to his songs.

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  8. Boy, it is blowing like crazy. I had those red boots, too. Are you trying to tell me they weren't stylish. I was just out looking for a new pair :)

    Hugs,
    Laura

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    1. I'm telling you - not only were they not stylish, they were not comfy, which is the most important thing to me now!

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  9. Me too yellow. I like the raining men guys. They shouldn't use the word ho in that context. haha.

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    1. Ha ha - it's so funny how funny the meaning of ads becomes over time, huh?

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