Monday, November 5, 2018

Google, How Do Giant Squids Consume Their Prey?

The month of October was an Irwin Allen disaster of a month and no matter what I did the building burned, the ship sank, time tunneled and the giant squid, as has the last month, sucked. There were a few hours today when I wasn't looking for a moldy bottle of something with alcohol in it to wash down trick-or-treat candy, so here ya go.

Is it still October, no, okay, well done

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  1. I hope November is the best month ever.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. I wouldn't count on it but thanks for the happy thoughts, Sandee.

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  2. We hope your November is better too and I hope that dude in the chair gets something to eat, he looks starved!

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    1. I need a kitty to hug and squiggle out of my arms then slink back over cuz it's all just an act isn't Brian? Time to fill his Solo cup with curds.

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  3. LOL! Have a great day and month ahead.

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    1. I will Lady F., until it all goes to shite again.

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  4. well, sugar kills... guess that's proof!

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    1. I think it was the alcohol sugar that got Bones here, LA.

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  5. Huh? As I was writing, blogger decided to wipe my words away. Ha! Must be the ghosts of Halloween present. Anyway, as I was saying. I've been singing this a lot, "Always look on the bright side of life." When I think of where it's sung, I crack up and feel okey-dokey for a bit. Gung ho!

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    1. Now I can't get that song out of my head and yes, that's on my what to play at my funeral list only the person in charge has gone before me. Being a Lapsed Catholic of I find the circumstances hilarious to say the least. So many hours saying the Stations of the Cross in my youth. There's also the song Eric Idle sings right before they take that guys liver. Maybe I'll toss it up in the next post.

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    2. I am a former Never-understood-what's-going-on Catholic. It helped that my parents were children of parents who just went along with the padres because it got them off their backs. When I was a kid, nobody ever taught me the rosary or the Stations of the Cross so I made it up when the Catechism nun said do it during Lent. hahaha, I'm going to hell.

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    3. We never got to the understanding part what with all the knuckles ground into soft skulls and all. My parents weren't exactly nun groupies but that mind set of whatever the adult was doing was right took precedent. And we wonder why how the Catholic church became so evil.
      Oh no, we knew that rosary like the back of our hands (red and swollen from wooden pointer wielding nuns) and we had booklets for the Stations of the Cross but I bet your version was far more entertaining. That would make a good cartoon and/or song. As someone I admire said, "We're all going to hell."

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    1. If the midterm elections are any sign, things are looking up, Carol.

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  7. We moved and I feel and look just like that guy. Except fatter.

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    1. Oh no, I thought you liked your pied-à-terre downtown, Sallie. Ha, after a month of stress eating and the wrong kind of exercise it would take a decade for me to whittle down to bones. Moving just sucks.

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  8. courage! I hope November will be better. the photo made me smile :-).

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    1. I'll be a puddle on the rug if it isn't, but last night's election results give me hope for humanity, Klara.

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  9. I think it was a tough month for many.
    I know it was for me.

    Lets hope for a better November........

    - Lisa

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    1. Never ending it was. Hope things are looking up or at least calming down for you, Lisa.

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  10. Another fun post and love the photo ~ it says it all about 'those daze' that we all have!

    Happy Day to you, Jeanna ~
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  11. Hi Jeanna, OooOOOOOoooo you don't look like you had a good month! I hope things have gotten better for you and that November makes up for October two fold!

    Thank you for sharing over at #keepingitreal.

    xx

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