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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Be Patient!

Don't mess up with us girls!
I don't usually post such things, but this one is something...
Good morning laugh!



video

To start, click the black arrow on the left and turn on sound please.

I am curious what was in the lady's handbag?

I am also wondering what that guy said to a Mercedes dealer withregard to the exploded airbag... And what he said to his wife and friends?...

10 comments:

  1. LOL wonder why she hit him? Maybe he didn't stop in time.
    Hey the sun is shining - looks like the forecast was right. Hooray!!! I can go outside AGAIN today. Enjoy!!!

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  2. That was pretty funny. Guess she wasn't in the mood to be rushed :)

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  3. LOL!! Oh my, what a great one. I laughed and laughed. Served the smarty pants right. Good for Grandma!

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  4. I think that guy usually needs at least 30 minutes to find the spot for the airbag or for the alarm. The elderly women found it in a glampse! Don't mess with her!

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  5. Gee, I wonder what was in her purse too! that was funny..

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  6. I am still laughing. I actually had to watch it twice, my computer automatically mutes things for some reason. It was way funnier with sound.
    Heather

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  7. When I went to school we had to read Oscar Wild and the poem I read was Daffodil - it was lovely to see the field.

    Hihii good done of the lady!

    /MB

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  8. Hi Tatyana:

    Thanks for your nice comment on my blog -- www.seasonalwisdom.com.

    Nice to meet you and learn about your wonderful blog as well. Can't wait to learn some of those old-fashioned Russian gardening secrets you've inherited! I love all that old wisdom, and I'm happy to see it kept alive.

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  9. That is SO funny. Thanks for making me laugh so much!

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