U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8b. 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!

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?...


  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!!!

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

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

  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!

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

  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.

  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!


  8. Hi Tatyana:

    Thanks for your nice comment on my blog --

    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.

  9. Ha! That is too funny! ;)

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


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