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I spy...


I Spy something...
delicious
I Spy something...
cute

Salapao (left) attends Mozart's first birthday party

I Spy something...
stupid

We, hundreds of us, had this long, boring meeting held in a long, rectangular meeting room. Someone fell asleep on his chair. He slept all throughout with his mouth open and someone stuck a coin in his mouth
~ thought I had better describe it. I'm feeling merciful today, lol.

I Spy something...
too much

simulated fun.

I Spy something...
I'd like to do
again.

I Spy something...
I'd like to visit

I Spy something...
outrageous

a fat, gay business admin instuctor dressed in a grass skirt, with clown make-up, dancing in front of his students
~ thought I had better describe it. a photo will be too complicated

I Spy something...
I would rather do than work


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Comments

Anonymous said…
ROFLMAO...now there's some muscles I tell ya...and shopping...Why did I know that LOL...good guess I suppose :) Have a great Monday :) xoxoxo
HODGEPODGESPV said…
wonderful answers...mine is up
Nisha said…
Beautiful pics :-)
I am Harriet said…
Great answers- loved the coin story!!

Thanks for playing!
Anya said…
Fantastic post Hazel
I spy .........always
with that cake DELICIOUS :))))
Anonymous said…
mmmmmm cake!
Clara said…
My delicious is cake, too. Yummy! The place you want to visit is beautiful!
Arlene said…
Zel, thanks for the invitation kaso lang it's taking me hours to make my entry. kapila kaha nawala ang internet.

Hope not to forget to play next week. am now off to the next meme. Unya nako mag blog hop. :)

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