Tuesday, October 14, 2008

It's the Little Things...

I'll be the first to admit that I am EXTREMELY easily amused. It's true.

Hello, my name is Rebekah, and I have the attention span of a goldfish.

Last weekend while Matt was painting, I was assigned the unfortunately boring job of "holding the ladder."

I mean sure, the scenery was nice, can't complain there. But how long can one actually just take pictures of her husbands tush until EVEN THAT gets boring.
But then? Then I saw this.
The ladder was pigeon-toed! Please tell me you find that amusing? I giggled to no end. Matt thought I had been off sniffing paint while no one was watching. (Which, unintentionally, may have happened come to think of it).

I then completely stopped holding the ladder and did this instead for a good ten minutes.
Safety be damned! I have a ladder to mimic!

16 comments:

  1. I never cease to smile when I come to country mouse Bekah. If we lived closer, I'd have so much fun stalking you in real life. Well, until I got bored. I also have the attention span of a goldfish. Btw---totally stealing that line.

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  2. Ok re-reading my comment, makes me sound creepy. Not meant to be creepy, meant to be funny. Doh!

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  3. HAHA no worries. I aint skeered! didnt take it as you would actually be staring through my window or anything! haha

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  4. A pigeon-toed ladder - yes, that did make me giggle! Amazing that you could concentrate on your own pigeon toes for ten minutes... just goes to show that you have an attention span that is slightly longer than that of a fish... ;-)

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  5. Your perspective on things is so funny! Pigeon-toed ladder. I never would have imagined that! Very funny!

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  6. That is hilarious! I wish I could be that easily entertained!

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  7. ha ha! You've got a stalker in Mrs Kitty Concerto! hee hee.

    I get tickled with stuff like that all the time. I was telling Mr. C that I think acorns are really cute and he said something and I said "You're nuts!" then I started cracking up at my joke.

    I like that little stuff makes us laugh... it makes life more interesting! :)

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  8. i love the last picture. great ladder mimicking;-P

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  9. hahahaha
    I have a cousin with feet the other way - what do you call opposite of pigeon-toe? Anyway, we use to have a few good laughs about that.

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  10. hahahaha
    I have a cousin with feet the other way - what do you call opposite of pigeon-toe? Anyway, we use to have a few good laughs about that.

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  11. Oh my god you are a RIOT!! LOL The fact that you STOPPED HOLDING THE LADDER so that you could "pigeon-toe" your own feet and then take photos? Classic.

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  12. LOL! I am seriously sitting here in my office giggling. I wouldn't have noticed the pigeon toed-ness of the ladder until you said that. Then I started cracking up. You're hilarious.

    Nora, I think the opposite of pigeon toed is club footed. ???

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  13. I love the standoff going on between you and the ladder in the last picture. It made me giggle.

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  14. ah yes, club footed.
    Thank you!

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  15. A) I'm glad that someone other than my husband wears those type of shorts and their undies show over the top (he hates it when I refer to them as undies thus making me say it 10000000 times a day)

    B) My friends laugh at me about my attention span. Just this weekend I got distracted and someone yelled out "Oh look!! A chicken!!"

    Thank you for the great post. That was very refreshing! I'm glad it isn't just me. However, I would have tried to fix it - with undie man on the ladder. :)

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  16. Now that is funny because I was just noticing how the ladder I propped up behind the house to clean gutters (yeah right) was only standing on one foot and the other one was sort of waving in the breeze.

    It made me laugh too

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