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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Whimsical Wednesday

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your weekly googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

Mummy, my breakfast is scaring me!

16 comments:

  1. Casper the not so friendly ghost!.

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  2. I'm going to stop asking for over easy and get me one of those eggs.

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  3. Delores; I can just imagine my kids reactions. There would be stabbing and the squirting of much tomato sauce. (ketchup) Breakfast would be a "bloodbath". Gruesome bunch, my kids.

    Windsmoke; perhaps Caspar's evil twin.

    Joanne Noragon; take the pic to your restaurant and ask for that, with a side of vermicelli (guts) covered in ketchup. I dare you.

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  4. LOL @ Delores!!

    I am now tempted to order the Scary Eggs.

    Pearl

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  5. Yeah, put 'em on the menu and watch them walk out the door!!!

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  6. You will love my whimsical post for today! I love your eggs!

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  7. Oh. How amazing. And only yesterday I saw an egg ring shaped like a snow man. I wanted to buy it for the skinny portin but the shop in question wanted $20 - for one egg ring. It was amazing though.

    This is one of the best yet. Thank you.

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  8. I like my eyes a little more 'done'...
    Great pic, very cool

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  9. Pearl; yes, please, order scary eggs and see what happens.

    Red Nomad OZ; I reckon they'd be a big hit around Halloween.

    Plasman; I thought you'd like this.

    Cindi Clarke; I'll have to come over and see what you've got.

    Elephant's Child; $20 is a lot, but then again it would last you forever and maybe you could use it as a cookie cutter too.

    Tempo; I prefer my eyes a little more done too, but not completely blind.

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  10. I love 'em! They are too adorable. Just the dish to serve the grandkids for breakfast on Halloween.

    (By the way, you can call me Susan. No need to use the full name.)

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  11. That really is something else. Love it but it does look rather sad. I guess it would be hard to smile if you know you are about to be eaten.

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  12. Susan; thank you. I'm a two-finger typist and this will be much simpler now.

    Mimsie; I think he's meant to look gruesome or scary.

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  13. Ha! Splattered ... I needed that mid-week laugh.
    Yes that was Semaphore beach ... you picked it well.

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  14. Dianne; I lived so close and did a lot of walking along Semaphore Beach.

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