Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Jelly Belly Governator and Three Great Hair-dos













A
remarkable
comb-over.












An
interesting
Wedgie.

Sort
of
reminiscent
of
Kate

as in Plus Eight.










Then we have this one.
I love the way he parts it across the back of his head and runs it forward and ends in the little curl in the front.






I'm pretty sure I could never have a conversation with this guy, serious or otherwise.























And for the last fair picture of the year, I give you

The Governator

Made entirely of Jelly Bellies from

Call-EE-Forn-EE-uh

7 comments:

Housewife Savant said...

These are fabulous representations of what's wrong with our country.

Good job with the bad hair!

That last guy...he's EVERYWHERE in Southern Illinois.

The French Bear said...

Oh yeah, I second that!!! He he, how can his wife not laugh and tell him how silly he looks? Yeesh!!!
Funny though!
Margaret B

Aunt of 14 said...

HAHAHAHAHA!!!! I went to the Jelly Belly factory in CA one year. He was not president at the time. They do amazing things with jelly bellies. But not the point.
Comb-over guys make me wonder... do they do the same thing... you know... down there?

Blondie's Journal said...

Hilarious, Lynn. Proves you just can't tell a man anything. And you know...I like Kate's hair. She is a trendsetter...

xoxo
Jane

Lori E said...

Eeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww. That is all.

Aunt of 14 said...

Oh, by the way-- thank you for your comment on my post yesterday about the tension in my house. Your one word comment "menopause" hit the spot at exactly the right time and I burst out laughing!!! I needed that!

Aunt of 14 said...

oh wait, I have two more things to say to you. The peanut butter and tortilla thing? Just frisbee a piece of tortilla into the microwave, hit 30 seconds. It will be hot and steamy and pliable... spread on a little butter and then spread a little peanut butter on top of the butter and then roll it up like a burrito. That is what that snack was. and the 2nd thing I had to say.... Try having that procedure you just had... in the frontal hole. I think the earth is still resounding from my painful shriek when I had that done 10 years ago.