I’m taking the EASY way out for this Friday blog post and officially calling today #PeterParkers Friday. If you’re new here, you can find out why we call these #PeterParkers here.
Ya gotta love the kayak guy. Guessing there was no place to park that thing in the back anywhere. He wanted to show off those spiffy kayaks. Not sure which would sink faster, one of those kayaks or that truck. Anyone know a truck/kayak restoration
And on the car in the New Jersey parking lot…. the driver is actually sleeping in the car. Who wants to be the first to drive up right to the front bumper, turn their headlights on and lay on their horn?
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Just in case you don’t understand what the Jagoff-estrator markings are highlighting, those are micro-tortilla chip particles… so small that they wouldn’t even make a good bowl of Tortilla-Chip-Cereal if you wanted to.
But, someone had this bag out, ate all of the big chips OR ate most of the big chips and then stomped this bag or hit it with a series of sledgehammer whacks. The key point, when I grabbed the bin of salsa the other day and sat down on a chair ready to watch the Pens game with a lighter snack…..BOOM… chip particles!
Not sure why anyone even wasted a chip-clip on this thing.
My guess is that this is done by the same high-level criminal in our house that leaves the toilet paper roll empty on a regular basis. Or, the same person that sits their dirty glass on the counter just above the dishwasher vs putting it IN the dishwasher.
Someone paleeeeeeze throw this bag away. When you reach into the bag and feel chip-gravel, it’s time to toss this thing in the garbage vs. me finding it, and being so desperate for chips and salsa, that I have to dump these things into the salsa container and eat them with a spoon. Warning, if you live in my house, the Liam Neeson calls are about to start, Ya Jagoffs!
We are yakkin’ AGAIN with The Deadliest Catch’s, and Irwin, PA native, Captain Wild Bill!
Am I ready to be a captain?
His initiative to get kids off the couch and fishing.
I teach the kids how to get started fishing from what I learned the last year.
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He’s headed out today for King Crab season.
For the production!