Skip to main content

Tattoo of the year

Header by Samulli. Play T13 here.

After years of receiving forwarded emails, I thought there were some that should not get sent off to the bin or forgotten without being shared first. Here are interesting graphics from EnjoyTheMasti. I love how man utilizes technology to visualize his imagination. Captions for nos. 10, 11 and 13 are from The Masti; the rest I made them up. If you haven't seen them yet, scroll down, enjoy and have a say on what you think or feel about them:

1. Iron Den

2. Weren't we told to conserve water?

3. Homo Sapien rising

4. I believe I can fly

5. Punching Bagface

6. Board Games Via Highway

7. Humpty Dumpty's fall

8. Coffee break

9. Who says only brides have trains?

10. I'd rather hold it

11. McBurnt

12. Here's to a grouchy neighbor

13. Tattoo of the year


genejosh said…
he..he..nakakatawa naman sis yong tattoo of the year!
Hazel said…
creative, isn't it? :-)
Shelley Munro said…
These are all so clever, but I really like the last one with the lawnmower.
Hazel said…
Hi Shelley, i like the last one too :-)

Hi AD, it is :-)
I am Harriet said…
Too funny!
Great pics.
Have a great Thursday!
Chris said…
galing nito!! :D

by the way, i have something for you award for you
Anya said…
I never seen such a pictures,
they are all FANTASTIC :)
Where did you find it !!!!!
You make me SMILE ...
Hazel you are very creative today.
Alice Audrey said…
The only ones I've seen before are the last three. You're right, these are too good to not share.
Calico Crazy said…
They are all great but that last one really made me laugh.
jillconyers said…
I can't even pick a favorite. They're all so cool. I'll share this with my son. He'll love it.
Those were great and thought provoking!!
JO said…
wow! these are really cool..

thanks for visiting my blog.
Anonymous said…
These were fun, Hazel - started my day of with a smile... thanks! :-)
Heather said…
Love the tic tac toe board. Have a great weekend!

Popular posts from this blog

Weekend Snapshot: The AIDS Temple (Lopburi I)

It is sometimes referred to as the AIDS Museum, I tend to call it AIDS Temple. Descriptively it is a buddhist hospice for AIDS patients, the largest one in Thailand. Three of us, a friend, my son and I paid Wat (temple) Phrabat Nampu in Lopburi a visit last weekend. As it is where people with AIDS go to to die, most of what we saw are not exactly the ones I'm in a hurry to show off. But if you are curious, you may want to click on a post I did days ago. Anyway, on with shots that I don't think will give anyone a coronary:

100 steps to the wat
After the climb this is where you arrive at

"View from the top" - those are bare cornfields visitors pass by on their way to the temple

Side view of the Life Museum which ironically displays mummies

A usual sight around Thai temples

Bone sculptures

The temple bell

Life is beautiful. Most of us would prefer that of course. AIDS is also real.


The Rumford is a much more efficient way to heat a room than earlier fireplaces....(Wikipedia on Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford, designer of tall, shallow fireplaces which are now known as the Rumford, was an Anglo-American physicist known for his investigations of heat)Living in the tropics, I have been in close proximity with only three fireplaces in my life. There was an unused one in the home of my college professor in the Philippines. The other one from which I could feel the heat and see the fire dancing was in a hotel lobby in the Yorkshire Moors. Picture taking was quick. Two old ladies were having tea by it, but that was my first ever real fireplace experience, and I loved it. The latest I have touched is the one in Jane Austen's imaginary Northanger Abbey.
The fireplace, where she had expected the ample width and ponderous carvings of former times, was contracted to a Rumford, with slabs of plain though handsome marbles, and ornament over it of the prettiest English ch…

Honor, Awards and a Game

Tuesday Couch Potatoes: Made of Honor
Awards and a Game/Meme follow. Please scroll down a bit.

My pick for this week's TCP theme (wedding movie) is Made of Honor. I like the humor in it. We've all been to several weddings but how many of us can say I've been to one in which the maid of honor was a he? The scene which particularly cracked me up is when the priest mistook the maid of honor for a gay man =) If you're familiar with some of my likes, you'd know why I also love the Scotland location of the wedding. For more of the synopsis click here; and here's the trailer:
Head over to Just About Anything for more wedding movies.


My super duper bloggy friend Thom of Thom's Place for Well Whatever and fellow Mom Tetcha of Pensive Thoughts awarded me this Beautiful Blogger award. I have to list seven things about me so here they are:

1. I love wearing jeans more than skirts.
2. One of my favorite colors is purple.
3. I don't mind spending sunrise…