Nov. 29: TV catchphrases

The TV Land network has released their list of the top 100 TV catch phrases. I can't say I completely disagree with them, but I do question the state of the world when our pop culture references presidents AND Paris Hilton.

In alphabetical order, here's TV Land's list:

  • "Aaaaaaay ..." (Fonzie, Happy Days)
  • "And that's the way it is." (Walter Cronkite, CBS Evening News)
  • "Ask not what your country can do for you ..." (John F. Kennedy)
  • "Baby, you're the greatest." (Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden, The Honeymooners)
  • "Bam!" (Emeril Lagasse, Emeril Live)
  • "Book 'em, Danno." (Steve McGarrett, Hawaii Five-O)
  • "Come on down!" (Johnny Olson, The Price is Right)
  • "Danger, Will Robinson!" (Robot, Lost in Space)
  • "De plane! De plane!" (Tattoo, Fantasy Island)
  • "Denny Crane." (Denny Crane, Boston Legal)
  • "Do you believe in miracles?" (Al Michaels, 1980 Winter Olympics)
  • "D'oh!" (Homer Simpson, The Simpsons)
  • "Don't make me angry ..." (David Banner, The Incredible Hulk)
  • "Dyn-o-mite!" (J.J., Good Times)
  • "Elizabeth, I'm coming!" (Fred Sanford, Sanford and Son)
  • "Gee, Mrs. Cleaver ..." (Eddie Haskell, Leave it to Beaver)
  • "God'll get you for that." (Maude, Maude)
  • "Good grief." (Charlie Brown, Peanuts specials)
  • "Good night, and good luck." (Edward R. Murrow, See It Now)
  • "Good night, John Boy." (The Waltons)
  • "Have you no sense of decency?" (Joseph Welch to Sen. McCarthy)
  • "Heh heh ..." (Beavis and Butt-head, Beavis and Butthead)
  • "Here it is, your moment of Zen." (Jon Stewart, The Daily Show)
  • "Here's Johnny!" (Ed McMahon, The Tonight Show)
  • "Hey now!" (Hank Kingsley, The Larry Sanders Show)
  • "Hey hey hey!" (Dwayne Nelson, What's Happening!!)
  • "Hey hey hey!" (Fat Albert, Fat Albert)
  • "Holy (whatever), Batman!" (Robin, Batman)
  • "Holy crap!" (Frank Barone, Everybody Loves Raymond)
  • "Homey don't play that!" (Homey the Clown, In Living Color)
  • "How sweet it is!" (Jackie Gleason, The Jackie Gleason Show)
  • "How you doin'?" (Joey Tribbiani, Friends)
  • "I can't believe I ate the whole thing." (Alka Seltzer ad)
  • "I know nothing!" (Sgt. Schultz, Hogan's Heroes)
  • "I love it when a plan comes together." (Hannibal, The A-Team)
  • "I want my MTV!" (MTV ad)
  • "I'm Larry, this is my brother Darryl ..." (Larry, Newhart)
  • "I'm not a crook ..." (Richard Nixon)
  • "I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV." (Vicks Formula 44 ad)
  • "I'm Rick James, bitch!" (Dave Chappelle as Rick James, Chappelle's Show)
  • "If it weren't for you meddling kids!" (Various villains, Scooby Doo, Where Are You?)
  • "Is that your final answer?" (Regis Philbin, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire)
  • "It keeps going and going and going ..." (Energizer Batteries ad)
  • "It takes a licking ..." (Timex ad)
  • "Jane, you ignorant slut." (Dan Aykroyd to Jane Curtin, Saturday Night Live)
  • "Just one more thing ..." (Columbo, Columbo)
  • "Let's be careful out there." (Sgt. Esterhaus, Hill Street Blues)
  • "Let's get ready to rumble!" (Michael Buffer, various sports events)
  • "Live long and prosper." (Spock, Star Trek)
  • "makin' whoopie" (Bob Eubanks, The Newlywed Game)
  • "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" (Jan Brady, The Brady Bunch)
  • "Mom always liked you best." (Tommy Smothers, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour)
  • "Never assume ..." (Felix Unger, The Odd Couple)
  • "Nip it!" (Barney Fife, The Andy Griffith Show)
  • "No soup for you!" (The Soup Nazi, Seinfeld)
  • "Norm!" (Cheers)
  • "Now cut that out!" (Jack Benny, The Jack Benny Program)
  • "Oh, my God! They killed Kenny!" (Stan and Kyle, South Park)
  • "Oh, my nose!" (Marcia Brady, The Brady Bunch)
  • "One small step for man ..." (Neil Armstrong)
  • "Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?" (Grey Poupon ad) )
  • "Read my lips: no new taxes!" (George H.W. Bush)
  • "Resistance is futile." (Picard as Borg, Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • "Say good night, Gracie." (George Burns, The Burns & Allen Show)
  • "Schwing!" (Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as Wayne and Garth, Saturday Night Live)
  • "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy." (Lloyd Bentsen to Dan Quayle)
  • "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids." (Trix cereal ad)
  • "Smile, you're on 'Candid Camera'." (Candid Camera)
  • "Sock it to me!" (Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In)
  • "Space, the final frontier ..." (Capt. Kirk, Star Trek)
  • "Stifle!" (Archie Bunker, All in the Family)
  • "Suit up!" (Barney Stinson, How I Met Your Mother)
  • "Tastes great! Less filling!" (Miller Lite beer ad)
  • "Tell me what you don't like about yourself." (Dr. McNamara and Dr. Troy, Nip/Tuck)
  • "That's hot." (Paris Hilton, The Simple Life)
  • "The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat ..." (Jim McKay, ABC's Wide World of Sports)
  • "The tribe has spoken." (Jeff Probst, Survivor)
  • "The truth is out there." (Fox Mulder, The X-Files)
  • "This is the city ..." (Sgt. Joe Friday, Dragnet)
  • "Time to make the donuts." (Dunkin' Donuts ad)
  • "Two thumbs up." (Siskel & Ebert, Siskel & Ebert)
  • "Up your nose with a rubber hose!" (Vinnie Barbarino, Welcome Back, Kotter)
  • "We are two wild and crazy guys!" (Steve Martin and Dan Aykroyd as Czech playboys, Saturday Night Live)
  • "Welcome to the O.C., bitch." (Luke, The O.C.)
  • "Well, isn't that special?" (Dana Carvey as the Church Lady, Saturday Night Live)
  • "We've got a really big show!" (Ed Sullivan, The Ed Sullivan Show)
  • "Whassup?" (Budweiser ad)
  • "What you see is what you get!" (Geraldine, The Flip Wilson Show)
  • "Whatchoo talkin' 'bout, Willis?" (Arnold Drummond, Diff'rent Strokes)
  • "Where's the beef?" (Wendy's ad)
  • "Who loves you, baby?" (Kojak, Kojak)
  • "Would you believe?" (Maxwell Smart, Get Smart)
  • "Yabba dabba doo!" (Fred Flintstone, The Flintstones)
  • "Yada, yada, yada ..." (Seinfeld)
  • "Yeah, that's the ticket!" (Jon Lovitz as the pathological liar, Saturday Night Live)
  • "You eeeediot!" (Ren, Ren & Stimpy)
  • "You look mahvelous!" (Billy Crystal as Fernando, Saturday Night Live)
  • "You rang?" (Lurch, The Addams Family)
  • "You're fired!" (Donald Trump, The Apprentice)
  • "You've got spunk ..." (Lou Grant, The Mary Tyler Moore Show)

Personally, I think there should be a lot more Seinfeld quotes in this list. Is there any single show (besides Saturday Night Live, probably) that has had more catchphrases?

Nov. 29: I like to eat ham and jam and spam a lot

Have you gotten any of the "new" kinds of spam e-mails, the ones that are full of big unrelated words that are supposedly able to get past spam detectors? Here's an example:

"It articulates the various factors it has to take into account to make SL an attractive environment. newspapers that interviewed members of the public who feel lifting the ban opens the door for irritating noise and subsequent passenger stress. When web services erroneously over-report 'popularity' or 'relevancy' of a webpage, is that a material misrepresentation of a quality of the gamer's product?"

Needless to say (but of course, I do anyway), I hate these. I almost never get spam e-mail at my regular e-mail address because I'm careful with it, but occasionally these messages get through. It makes me go "grrrrr."

HOWEVER, today was an exception. Today I got a spam e-mail that made me go "ha ha ha ha ha" all the way home, because the subject line was so creative: "purgatory menorah."

I'll forward the message to you if you'd like. And yes, sometimes I am amused by the simplest of things. That is not to say I'm simple. Or easy. Ignore whatever else my seester might say, it ain't true.



Nov. 25: The Legion of Pale

How do I love TiVo?
Let me count the ways...

TiVo lets me go to bed at a decent hour because I can sleep whilst it records all the fabulous TV that airs in the wee hours. Then I can watch it at a reasonable hour. Before TiVo, I had to stay up to watch late-night TV, and then I wouldn't get enough sleep and I'd yell at the kids a lot.

Ergo, TiVo makes me a better mom.

Alright, that might be pushing it a little.

If you haven't seen Pale Force on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, you're missing out. These are little animated webisodes starring that "pale fella" Jim Gaffigan (one of my favorite comedians) and Conan (also portrayed by Jim) as superheroes who fight crime with their paleness. And they shoot lasers from their nipples. Tooooooootally makes sense.

Honestly, the shows are pretty funny. Conan wets himself often, and really, what's funnier than an animated pants pee-er?

If you don't have TiVo and don't like to stay up late, check out the Pale Force web site to catch up on all the episodes.

Also, if you don't have TiVo, why not? Don't you listen to anything I say? Do you think I write all this stuff for my own entertainment? Huh?


Nov. 23: Happy Turducken Day

I just re-read my post from yesterday. It sure was mean. I guess I got so caught up in the perfection of the "if brains were gasoline" jab that I lost all sense of decorum on the eve of this hallowed day. But sometimes the need to tell you how I really feel simply overcomes me. I'm human. I make mistakes. Please forgive me.

Is that an O.J. Simpson/Mel Gibson/Michael Richards kind of apology, or what?

BTW, "hallowed" sounds much cooler if you pronounce it with three syllables rather than two. Try it and you'll see.

In an effort to make up for yesterday's cruelty, I shall attempt to write a much less offensive post today. For instance, being that it's Thanksgiving, I could list the things for which I'm thankful. Let's see...

  • My seester. She's super smart and pritty.
  • Deodorant.
  • Disneyland.
  • Coffee.
  • Drugs.
  • The movie "Elf."
  • My Grandma Saltmarsh, who taught me how to make the best mashed potaters EVER. The secret ingredient? Love. And a pound of butter.

I should also say that I'm thankful for my family, a roof over my head, food, etc. And all the other things I'm supposed to be thankful for that I just can't think of right now.

I need to finish up the potatoes. Have a great day. And remember, you can shop on the Internet tomorrow morning instead of getting up before dawn and fighting traffic and moms desperate for $3 Barbies. It ain't worth it.

Nov. 22: What will it be?

When it comes to unfortunate nicknames, would you prefer to be called a "weasel-faced arse" or an "arse-faced weasel"?

Heh heh. Sometimes British humor is actually humorous.

And to continue with the same line of thinking, here are some randomly generated insults for you. Any one of them would be darling on a t-shirt. Please use these in a sentence at least once a day (as if I need to encourage you):

  • If brains were gasoline, you wouldn't have enough to run an ant's go-kart around the inside of a donut.
  • You must have a very large brain to hold such a vast amount of sheer ignorance.
  • You've got a big hole in your head, now shut it.
  • When you are at a loss for words, your loss is our gain.
  • To quote Thomas Brackett Reed: "They never open their mouths without subtracting from the sum of human knowledge."
  • I'm busy trying to imagine you with a personality.
  • Maybe you'd be less boring once I got to know you, but I don't want to take that chance.
  • You are the kind of person who, when one first meets you, one doesn't like you. But when one gets to know you better, one hates you.



Nov. 21: Tis the season

Don't you hate receiving Christmas cards in which there are no photographs? Me too. I didn't ignore these people all year just to get a terse signature and nothin' else! Don't be one of those people, mmkay? Promise me.

I have decided that I'm going to help you out by sharing the fruits of my research of photo printing web sites. I know, I know... my benevolence is overwhelming to me, too. Note that most of these sites have quantity discounts and only the starting prices are listed here. And unless otherwise noted, it's assumed that envelopes are included. Here, in no particular order, are some web sites that print holiday photo cards:

  • Club Photo. Your traditional 4x8 cards. Prices start at $12.95/set of 20.

  • Photo Affections. A site with absolutely gorgeous cards. Quantity discounts start after orders of 50. The 5x7 photo cards start at $1.69 each, but that appears to be a sale price.

  • Shutterfly. Offers 4x8 photo cards ($8.28/12), as well as regular folded cards with photos($2.49/each). Both styles can be done in a "collage" format with multiple photos--my fav new feature. Some really nice designs, too.

  • dotPhoto. The 4x8 cards are on sale right now (66 cents each), and styles are pretty standard fare (read: blah). The 5x7 folded cards are $19.99/20. Something very unique on this site: talking cards. They're $5.99 each, batteries included, has hangtag, message plays over 400 times. To add your voice, there's a toll-free number to call. I have no idea if these talking cards are worth $5.99. The site is offering free shipping right now.

  • FotoTime. Standard choices of 4x8 cards here. They're on sale right now for $6.30/10.

  • PhotoWorks. I love this site, but prices are quite high. If you're looking for something truly unique, though, this is your answer. Prices range from $2.95 to $4.95/card for their very cool styles, which can be purchased in any quantity. They also have standard 4x8 cards priced at $18.75/20. Additional 20% off site-wide through 11/26.

  • Snapfish. Lots of choices here. Photo cards come 4x8 ($14.99/20) or 5x7 ($16.99/20), and many styles have multi-photo layouts. No room for a lot of text, so don't use them if your names are long. Snoopy cards available. Calendars can be printed on cards, which will encourage recipients to stare at your picture on their fridge for at least 12 months. Prices for photo greeting cards (regular folded cards) start at 99 cents each.

  • ez prints. Nothing special in their selection of 4x8 photo cards, which are $7.95/10.

  • Kodak Gallery (they bought ofoto a while back). They proudly advertise the new Martha Stewart cards. A nice variety of styles--many in multi-photo layouts--and prices. The least expensive are 5x7 photo cards, which start at $9.99/10. Good promotions running right now--check the "Credits and Discounts" section on the home page.

  • Walgreens Photo Center (go to Walgreens' site, then click the "Photo" tab). Licensed characters available here--Snoopy and Disney styles. Photo cards come 4x8 ($14.99/20) or 5x7 ($16.99/20), and many styles have multi-photo layouts. Allows 180 characters of text--more than some sites. Very similar to the Snapfish interface, but not all the same designs. Can be printed and picked up at your local store.

  • Wal-mart (go to Wal-mart site, then click the "Photo" tab). Offers 4x6 (84 cents each) and 5x7 ($1.03 each) photo postcards, folded 5x7 cards ($1.42 each), 4x8 photo cards (33 cents each, or 40 cents for in-store pickup), and 5x7 photo cards (49 cents each). Snoopy appears to be the only licensed style, but there's a decent variety of others. The big advantage is that you don't have to order in sets; you order however many cards you need, AND you can have them printed to be picked up at your local store. A cool thing: you can buy a Wal-mart gift card with any photo on it for only 88 cents. I don't know if they'd put a pic of a Target store on one, but you can try. I got a gift card with Katie & Jack's pic for my grandma last year and she almost peed herself over it (note to self: put a towel under Grandma before she opens gifts this year).

  • Target (scroll to the bottom of the home page and click "Target Photo" under the Target Services list). Affiliated with Yahoo! photos. Their 5x7 folded cards are $1.45 each, 4x8 photo cards are $7.95/20 or $8.80/20 for in-store pickup. Nothing special here style-wise, and personally, I think the interface is very clumsy. Yahoo! is promising a new version of their photo storage, but as of today it pretty much sucks.

  • tiny*prints. Beautiful and unique and a bit expensive. Prices start at $42.25/25 for the 5x7 photo cards. These cards, however, are not printed on photo paper like most photo cards, but heavy cardstock. Use coupon code HAPPYHOLIDAYS and receive 10% off your order through 12/6.

  • Costco (go to Costco site, then click the "Photo Center" link along the top). This site has a Snapfish interface, but not Snapfish pricing! Their 5x6 photo cards are $15.99/50, and $5.99/25 after that. Convenient, too, because you can pick them up at your local store. Not a lot of text will fit on the cards. They have Disney styles, including Mickey, Pooh, and Princesses. You must have a valid Costco membership to pick them up.

  • Mystic Color Lab. Yet another site with a Snapfish interface and Snoopy cards. The 4x8 cards are $12.99/20, 5x7 are $15.99/20, and they offer greeting cards in three sizes starting at 99 cents each.

  • The Front Door. This site's photo cards are all folded cards, though they come in different sizes and types of folds. Like other higher-priced sites, the styles they offer are unique and quite lovely. The lowest price appears to be $30.00/24 cards. Ten percent off your first order.

While there may be lots of other photo printing sites out there, this is my list. If you have any other good ideas, please share. And hey, if you don't send out a photo card for the holidays this year, it's not because I didn't tell you to.

I love you anyway.


Nov. 20: Geez, Kramer

Before and since Seinfeld, I've never really enjoyed Michael Richards all that much. Unless he's being Kramer, I don't think he's funny. Besides Seinfeld, his TV shows sucked. I've seen him do stand-up and never laughed. I think this video (courtesy of of him absolutely losing control during a stand-up performance might just reveal something that isn't very funny at all. I mean, any comedian has the right to scream at hecklers, but he went straight for some of the worst kind of racial insults. Yikes.

(The video link will open in a new window. You might be prompted to install an ActiveX control. You might also see an ad before the actual clip begins.)

Too bad, dude. It's a big headline today, and this kind of news certainly can't help the guy's career (just ask Mark Fuhrman). But I believe in karma. So whether this was a lousy attempt at humor or an intentional diatribe, I'm confident that karma will figger it out.


P.S. I think I would make a really good billionaire if given the chance.

Nov. 9: The road not taken

When choosing between two evils...

...choose the closer one. Why get up?

Nov. 9: Blog software upgrade

Just an FYI... The blogger program I use ( is trying out a new and improved version of their software. So far I haven't noticed a big change in the way things look to you, my fine audience (of four), but-cept you might see a "labels" line at the bottom of some posts. This new feature allows me to categorize my posts, and then you four loverly people can easily view all posts in each category. For instance, if'n you click the "funny stuff" link on the labels line, it'll put all other posts from the "funny stuff" category on the page. At that point you'd see the Weird Al video, the list of silly baby names, the fake poopy undies, etc.

This particular post doesn't fit any category, but just to show you how it works, I'm putting it in several. Click the links below to try it out. Sorta cool, huh?

I know, I know. It's the little things that make me happy.

Nov. 9: The Honorable Jennifer presiding

Well, that Ted Haggard dude has Britney Spears to thank for taking him off the front page this week. But I’m not done with him. Oh, no. Between being Curt’s daughter and being raised Adventist, it’s in my blood to critique others. I simply must.

Haggard preaches against homosexuality, and that’s where my problems with him begin. Saying someone is evil because they’re gay is like saying they’re evil because they’re a different race. Or left-handed, as the popular comparison goes. But if you want to interpret the Bible as anti-homosexual, go ahead. Just make sure you never wear any clothing made of mixed fabrics, eat shellfish, or style your hair in a beehive, mmkay?

Y’know what? I don’t care who you love or what you believe. If it doesn’t affect me or the people I love, you can do whatever the hell you want. But don’t tell me I’m wrong for the way I live my life when you’re secretly living your life the same way. You don’t see me privately supporting George W., do ya? (talk about evil!) I detest my homeowners’ association management company, but when I reluctantly pay my annual fee, I don’t write “Thanks for all your hard work!” on the check’s memo line. And I don’t have a-holes on my Christmas card list. I try to make my life reflect the words that come out of my mouth. I don’t think that’s an especially noble thing to do, I think it’s the only thing to do.

Ted Haggard’s problem is not being a closet homosexual. It’s not even believing that being gay is wrong, as much as I disagree. His problem is that he’s a total hypocrite. He IS exactly what he says it is so wrong to be. I feel sorry for his family. I feel sorry for all his disillusioned followers (who now need to find another idiot to idolize). And ultimately, I really do feel sorry for Ted Haggard himself, because his ridiculous beliefs won’t allow him to be who he really is.

But wait, there’s more. Don’t forget about the jackass that exposed this guy. This male escort decides he just can’t live with himself if he doesn’t tell what he knows about Ted Haggard's secret life? Honestly, who made this guy Mr. Morality all of a sudden? He’s a prostitute, for jeebus’ sake. Yes, a person in Haggard’s position having a secret life that he condemns so vehemently from the pulpit is dishonest. But as a very wise woman told me, a hooker thinking he has the moral obligation to expose him is nothing but that hooker wanting his 15 minutes. What a loser.

As I’ve said a billion times, I can’t stand people judging others, which is why I have little interest in religion anymore. And yet, this whole post has been me doing exactly that: judging these two guys. I’d like to say I’m just calling ‘em as I sees ‘em because it’s easy to justify judging others when you KNOW you’re right. So I guess if there really is a God and he really does see all sins as equal, I’m going straight to hell.

Meh. At least I’ll have interesting company.

Nov. 8: @!$%#& overhead storage!

Nov. 8: Gwen's a star!

Check out this photo that was published in today's Idaho Statesman. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks this adorable 8-month-old deserves to be seen by the masses.

And thanks, Greg, for helping to bring the Democrats back into power in the House (and hopefully the Senate too). In Clackamas County, only 54.98% of registered voters cast ballots. What is wrong with people? Sheesh.

I know someone who was an election judge and she said I could vote as many times as I wanted. Cool, huh? Of course, she wasn't election-judging in Oregon, so it didn't help me one bit. Also, I think she was lying.

Nov. 2: Costumage, Episode II

OK. It's cute overload here. You're totally gonna need a shot of insulin after looking at these pictures. Ye be warned.

First Gwendolyn Nelson, whose parents dressed her as Princess Leia. Get a load of that wig!

And next we have my niece Presley. She wanted to be Grandma Phyllis' cat, Mr. Bond, for Halloween this year. Sally said she got to dress up four times for different activities, but she appears to have enjoyed it completely. (Actually, it's impressive that she's wearing clothes at all, since she's going through one of those nudie phases!)

(Note Mr. Bond's "claws")

Oh man. I need to lie down for a while.


Nov. 1: Costumage

Happy November.

Trick-or-treating was a big hit last night. We had a lot more kids this year than we have for the last few years, but still not like when we first moved here. I think in 97-98-99 there were hundreds of kids, probably bussed into the neighborhood or something. They must have hit Happy Valley on Halloweens after that because crowds have been lighter since then. It was awfully windy last night but that didn't seem to stop any of the little ones. Or big ones. I didn't want to be one of those people that said, "Hey, you guys are a little old to be doing this, aren't you?" but I was surprised at how many teenagers came by. Anyhoo.

I wanted to "dress up" by smearing lipstick all over my mouth, because when you see someone like that, isn't it just about the scariest thing EVER?

Our Halloween bash for the neighbors on Sunday was a lot of fun. Even the ones I don't love very much were well-behaved. I had a ball, and preparations didn't totally stress me out like they usually do. My fabulous mother-in-law made the most amazing plates of candy sushi. Take a gander:

A few months ago Jack brought me his Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest picture book and pointed to this:

He was determined to be Cannibal Island Jack Sparrow for Halloween. It took a lot of the time since then to get all the parts of the costume together, but this is how he looked yesterday afternoon when we took it for a trial run:

Katie's costume was a little easier. She was Princess Ariel. I ordered everything from, and even though their costumes are obviously not made to last forever, I was impressed with some of the detail work. The dress was very pretty. She loved the sparkly makeup and frosty lipstick. She hated the wig. Just before they put on their shoes and went out, they let me get these pictures:

When they got back from trick-or-treating, Vic and I went through their candy to pull out all the crap to hand out to other trick-or-treaters. Unfortunately (or fortunately, according to K&J), they brought home only good stuff! Pa-lenty of good chocolate and a minimum of poison-laced popcorn balls, razor bladed apples, and Primary Treasures. Not a bad haul.

Deanna sent pictures of her little darlings this morning. Pete was a scarecrow and Dorothy Frances was a crow. Aren't they adorable?

And these two are kids I don't even know, but they have the cleverest costumes! Deanna saw them at a Boise event last weekend. A lobster trap:

And a garden gnome:

Hoping to see Gwen's costume soon... (hear that, Debi?) Anyone else want to share theirs?



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