Words of Wisdom

Youth is wasted on the young.

Sunday, 13 June 2010

La Jeune Fille Est Atterri!! (May I recommend Reverso free online translator?)

Currently, she's still in bed. (It's 1.15pm) I'm not sure if she's sleeping or hiding. . I think she was pretty overwhelmed yesterday, in this picture the BA looks ready to eat her, so we're just leaving her alone for now. The BA is at work in the McDonald's sweatshop and I am procrasticnating as usual but yeah.
I gotta show you this.

What do all of these jars have in common? Not sure?
Take another look.

Give up?

They all came out of my pantry this morning when I was looking for something
to spread on my toast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What is it with my family? Are they scared of making the call?
Helloooooo folks, the jars are EMPTY! PUT THEM IN THE RECYCLING!!!!

Ah, now you see? I 've just answered my own question. Recycling means washing them out.


HipMomma said...

How fun! I hope you have a great experience because I would love to do that some day.

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

The young girl is an an old video game from the early 80s?!?!?

She looks cute and BA does look HAPPY! And not at all like a cannibal.

I find empty containers in the fridge and pantry too, but I don't think I've ever come across that sheer number all at the same time. :-)

Hope you have a GREAT time with her!

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Oh landed! I don't think I ever learned that word. I probably should have traveled more. I didn't need it for Canada. :-)

Maggie said...

Ha ha -- those jars crack me up...of course I'm not the one who was looking for something to put on my toast!

Enjoy your exchange student -- I'm sure you will all have a fabulous time!

Brittany said...

LOVE those jars!!! So funny!!! :)

Hope you have fun with the student! Don't let BA eat her! ;)

natalie said...

Did she ever emerge??

That jars made me laugh. H puts the empty tea pitcher back in the fridge...just so he doesn't have to wash it the next time he wants to make tea. The problem with that logic? The empty tea pitcher sits in the fridge until I decide to make some tea (and wash it prior) or until I wash it and put it away where it belongs.

A Free Man said...

Did she survive the footy? Dodgy company and all?

Stacy said...

LOL! Those jars are hilarious. It's like the last one to use the tp in the bathroom. They just leave it don't replace it and you don't see it until after you've done your business. AHhhhh!

Great pic of BA and your new addition. Hope she has a great time!

Elisa said...

I think it is a riot that you found SO MANY empty jars in the cabinet!!

And, of course, you answered your own question about why they are there! :-)

It's the same around the world! Somehow, that is indeed a comforting thought.