Thursday, November 10, 2011

Life is a highway

Whenever I see a single shoe on the side of the road, it proves that the world was once covered in oceans, and a pirate had his leg cut off and replaced it with a stump and threw one of his shoes overboard.

12 comments:

The Mojito Corner said...

I like your thought process. I hope you will honor me by visiting my site and adding some of your thoughts to my entries. Anyone who can write about a shoe on the side of the road, can write about anything.

John de Denghy

jdedenghy said...

I like your thought process. I hope you will honor me by visiting my site and adding some of your thoughts to my entries. Anyone who can write about a shoe on the side of the road, can write about anything.

John de Denghy

BounceratAllBar said...

Did you know that on 11/11/11 it was 111 days until kickoff in the 2012 football season? Freaky.

evil_derrick said...

This blog really makes you think about some of the random things we fibnd! Love this blog!

Anonymous said...

MEB, why you no write no more?

Ms. T. said...

you write beautifully

Anonymous said...

Come back meb, you are the best. I love your footy writing and your little anecdotes. It gives m so much joy to see your stuff, like I've uncovered a little nugget In world of blogging. Should be working for one of the big newspapers or one of the top sports satire mags. Come back, I beg you.

TrojanKenny said...

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Lucy Grey said...

See, I always thought the same thing too. I was sure that the world was constantly flooding and emptying out with the ocean waters to bring pirates around to all the places of the world. ;-)

Lucy Grey said...

If you could, would you stop by my site briefly and see what you think. I am new to online posting and am trying to become a novelist one day. I wanted to get my words out there and see how people react to them, if they react at all. While the books I have written and are writing are different in plot they have the same tone of voice, as it is my own. Thanks so much. :-)

Gaooz said...

See, I always thought the same thing too.