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Beware, false advertising

Monday, November 06, 2006

My son thought that this might be a fun activity. Too bad that the kit came with no instructions and said that a 3 year old could supposedly do it without supervision. Our handiwork, a la 1970s flash-back is the pink and blue jobbie in the left. Mr. C is now addicted to the loom and I may need to enrol him in basket-weavers anonymous.

I told you she was crazy (see yesterday's post), he says to me out of the blue. What do you mean? I ask. Your blog friends, they are all backing me up; they think she is crazy too. I might be feeling slightly more annoyed at her today, though, because the babe has come down with the stomach flu, which he likely picked up from McDonald's last night. Right?...

I have to watch Corner Gas this week; one of the characters gets a blog and none of his friends talks to him anymore because they just read about his life on his blog. Oh, yeah, read it on your "blurb".....cracks me up! I am literally laughing out loud right now. (Still can't get into the lol thing).

  1. Blogger blackcrag said:

    I just read your 'blurb', too. I saw the commercial for Corner Gas over the weekend, and though tthat was pretty funny.

    I am backing up Mr. C. Your friend took advantage of a good nature with false promises. I also think it is funny he is using us to vindicate his own opinion.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    I think it is hilarious; both Corner Gas and Mr. C being "backed up" by my blog friends!

  1. Blogger sophie said:

    I hate McDonalds.
    I always get the um, erm,

    and all i eat is the fish burger -

  1. Blogger C said:

    I want a weaving loom

  1. Blogger Meow said:

    Oooooh, the weaving loom brings back so many memories. I still have one of these boxed kits in an old suitcase in the garage. I must get it out, Chicky would get a kick out of it, I think !!
    Have a wonderful week.
    Take care, Meow

  1. Blogger Pat Paulk said:

    I sew my fingers together when I try to weave. Holey socks and underwear are just my lot in life.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    I don't mind it every now and then. Fish burger, though....no wonder ;) Kentucky Fried Chicken has the same effect on me.

    I'll mail you ours.

    Yes, I think it would be great for an 11 year old; but not a 5 year old, and certainly not a 3 year old!

    I enjoy sewing, but not weaving...I hope your fiance likes to sew; although I would say you should be on your own with the underwear....or start selling that poetry of yours and then you can make money to buy new ones ;)

  1. Blogger Stephanie said:

    I think it's great that your son is into crafts. :) Have you ever tried those little beads that you pin to a board and then bake to make interesting shapes? My friends kids LOVE it.

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    We amazingly have not tried those yet, but now that you mention it..I think another trip to the craft store is in order.

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    he is right, the woman is crazy. children are seldom wrong about people. xx

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Mr. C made the commnet, but my son thinks she is crazy as well...
    Safe travels!

  1. Blogger Stephanie said:

    They still have those loom thing? I had one when I was a kid...all those ages ago ;)

    We don't get that TV show, but I think that's a funny story. Some of my friends here will read my blog, then just talk to me in person or send an e-mail, instead of leaving comments.

    Also, it turns out that when you meet a blogger friend in person, explaining it to other people can come across as..."oooooh, you met on line!" on occasion.

    Well, yes...I guess.

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