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Sunday, January 14, 2007

You Can Hang Out With All The Boys

I found this while wandering around at Someone in a Tree, and I almost choked on my Swedish Fish when I saw it. I haven't been able to get it out of my head for hours. Who thinks like that? I want to hang with these guys.

16 comments:

  1. i love this, saw it on david's blog. wondered if they just spontaneously erupted into YMCA or if they'd planned it? i want to hang out with the one who thought of it first. funny boys.

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  2. This is hilarious.

    Hello, LSL.

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  3. I had to share this with my Y peeps, they loved it!

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  4. Sorry if it makes me evil to the core, but I think it's hilarious

    hey, you're reinvented.

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  5. BAB - I like how Matterdays says he is the "A"!

    Rainey - I forgot about your friends - I'm glad they liked it!

    Hey KIA - I love how you're so willing to be evil to the core :) I always suspected that about you. (And reinvented to be a little more anon.)

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  6. It's also worth pointing out that the guy on the right has rockin' arms.

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  7. Excellent point, Crash. Exhibit A?

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  8. OMG, this totally sums up my feelings for religion in one picture. Great find my dear.
    Cheers,
    kb

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  9. love this pic, i may have to steal it for use in a future post. i don't know, maybe if i have one for easter :) thanks!

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  10. I so remember doing the YMCA drunker than a skunk on a "sunset cruise" in Cabo in Mexico. There's an entire blog entry beyond this quick sentence of the story. Happy days in NY.!

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  11. No Milk - steal away! That's what I did! There is something about it that says, "Easter celebration" isn't there?

    Lewis - Before I even read your second sentence I thought, "Have I missed a blog post about this?" Pretty please put it in the queue!

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  12. KB - glad you liked it. It speaks volumes, doesn't it? Cheers! :)

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  13. easter always brings the piety in me. i may find the energy to write about my relationship with god and our bitter break-up afterwards...

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  14. No Milk, I totally get it. He never even calls me . . .

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