Friday, May 3, 2013

Funny Foto Friday: Vegan? Really? You sure?

I don't have any tattoos. It isn't because I have some sort of moral objection to them. If you want to get winnie the pooh tattooed on the small of your back, that is your own business.

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The truth is that I haven't seen anything that I could commit to for longer than a few hours. Bubble gum temporary tattoos? Yes. All day long.  Nothing says "I'm a bad ass" like slapping the Chinese symbol for "water" on your face.  (If I got a tattoo - on my face for sure)

Temporary tattoos - expert mode

Honestly, if I did find something that I liked well enough or that I felt so resonated with "me" I'd get it on me for sure. I'm the only member of my family that doesn't have any ink (see how trendy I sound?) so I could see myself getting something running related at some point. Maybe I'll get the Olympic rings when I finally crack through to the next level?


The REAL issue is that no matter what I get, it will eventually look like a huge douche.  Like, for example, being a die hard Vegan so getting some Vegan ink....and then diving face first into a hot dog.  Mmmmmm, vegan.

If this dude is also an Orthodox Jew, he is in REAL trouble


Bonus pic because it is hilarious. I don't even care if it is probably photoshop.


Last weekend, I decided to take my son on the Phoenix light rail and go to the children's museum.  He loves trains and he loves running around w/ bright colored things - so this trip was supposed to be the perfect match between the two.  Well, one thing lead to another and by the time I got on the train and mostly to the museum, it was time to come back.  FAIL.  Turns out, public transportation is smelly slow.

Well, to make up for it, I decided to take him to a park and let him blow off some "sitting down while the train is moving" steam.  So, we get off, I herd him to the park.... only to find out that it was closed for a salsa (the food) competition. Entry fee: $15.  I seriously can't make that up. Morning ruined because of salsa.  So, instead of the museum, our "fun" that morning was just a walk around downtown Tempe, AZ.  Dad fail.  Anyway, hopefully this weekend will be better!  Happy Friday!

Apple sauce to go for the win!


 Checking out the lake in what seem to be 2 year old sized holes in the bridge

Maxing and relaxing on the choo-choo



13 comments:

Jen said...

he really is a cute kid!

Emily H said...

He is such a cutie.

I love how kids don't understand how unpleasant public transportation is.

Kate Geisen said...

Chances are the train ride was treat enough for a special day. That second pucture...hilarious.

I have no tattoos, much for the same reason you don't. Nothing I like enough to want it permanently on my body. My husband, on the other hand, is so virulently anti-tattoo that he's threatened to leave me if I get one. Which, of course, makes me want to get one bc I don't like to be told what to do. But I don't like anything enough to want it permanently on my body (except maybe Gerard Butler). And so it goes.

My older boys both have tattoos. One has a quote from (oh shit...now I don't remember...either a Tolkein book -- The Two Towers? Or the Stephen King Dark Tower series) that everyone assumes is from the Bible. Which cracks me up. The assumption, that is. Not the Bible, which isn't particularly funny.

Sue's Ramblings said...

Your son in the car seat - he has that "I'm a big boss" look, trait!

Sam said...

Yikes what a day! Your son is super cute. I have two tattoos. Hopefully neither makes me look like a hot dog eating douche.

Steph @ Steph Runs On said...

He's such a cute kid. I'm not sure why you didn't want to pay $15 for salsa. Yumm!

Pam said...

Aw come on! You KNOW that's a Tofurkey hot dog he smuggled in in his shorts!

Al's CL Reviews said...

I have 2 tattoos. One I wanted when I was 18, and waited until I was 25. The 2nd I knew I wanted 2 years ago, and waited until this year. The style on that one changed but the subject didn't.

D always hated them, and suddenly now has one...hmmm

Your son is very adorable.

Lisa said...

I'm with you. If I got a tattoo I'd probably be bored with it within a week.

Your son is so cute and even if the day didn't turn out how you expected, you were still spending time together and that's what's really important in the end.

Unknown said...

26 MLB parks offer veggie dogs!

http://ballparkdigest.com/201304266232/major-league-baseball/news/veggie-happy-26-mlb-ballparks-offer-vegetarian-options

runningsurvivor said...

Vegan dogs...um no thanks...I eat mainly vegan and I honestly don't thing hot dogs should be remade into vegan dogs...lol, that picture is too funny! I don't have a tattoo because I'm a wuss, yup that's right a big scared-y cat wuss!

Shannon at I Survived and Now I Run

Flaming June said...

Tattoo? I can't even commit to a bumper sticker!
You have a cute kid!

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