Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Have a good one.


I know its bad. But it still cracked me up. Enjoy your day.

6 comments:

Amanda said...

lol, dang it and I have to go grocery shopping to day. ;)

Doña Junta said...

Ha ha I actually like grocery shopping, I clip coupons every Sunday and got my little coupon book lol. I even go to like 4 different stores and grocery stores just to make sure I get the sale items with my coupons. I like cooking too, as far as cleaning and laundry nahhhh lol

Rosas Clan in Tulum said...

I have a whole little flip book called "you say I'm a bitch like it's a bad thing." It has so many of these. My favorite is this same chick, flipping off the camera with kids around and it says..."just because I am a mom does not mean I give a shit" I love it.

I am really excited. I ran into a friend of mine in SF and they are working on my tattoo for October. See you in Merida.

Julie said...

How are things going in Guad? Is everyone there in swine-flu-frenzy panic-mode as well?? We want to get out of town for the long weekend but I am afraid we will end up sitting inside a hotel room somewhere the whole time... Hopefully the drama/virus has not hit you guys yet!! :)

Refried Dreamer said...

Julie: yeah. Everyone is going nuts here, too. Can't find those darn masks anywhere. Streets are dead. I think I heard that the gov. plans on closing supermarkets next! How absurd! We were planning on going camping this weekend. I was against it... but hubby says ANYThING is safer than what's in the cities. so.. maybe I'll see you on the road! Cuidados!

Rosas Clan in Tulum said...

Hey there. I just read your last post before this one and it is simply AMAZING how much we have in common. You could pretty much sub out the town we live in and we could be living each others lives. Cannot wait to hook up in Merida. We will definitely have to go get a drink.

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