Monday, August 01, 2005

Brown paper packages...

This is a photoblog entry, in that I have photos posted. Here are the things I mentioned a few posts back:

My beloved Volcom shirt. Now you belong to the ages. Fly high, my sweet and blameless angel. When I see you anon, it will be in the highest choir of Heaven.

The new hotness. I have made a sacred pledge to wear this shirt until it's weary threads can no longer contain my growing effluence. And let me tell you, it's some kind of effluence. Also, notice how buff this shirt makes me look, which is some sort of optical illusion.

My beloved debit card blanket. It is over 10 years old. I have had this blanket more than twice as long as I've known my wife. Many friends have come and gone since this came into my possession. If there was a fire, I would save it. Then, if there was time, the wife.

My train lamp. I have decided to make this my inheritance to my sons (who don't actually exist). They will give it to their sons, and then they will give it to their sons, who will throw it away. But it will have had a good run.

So those are some of my prized possessions. They're small on actual value, but their sentimental value is priceless. Unfortunately, that didn't count for anything when I tried to pawn them off on "Antiques Roadshow", so I will keep them.


At 4:28 AM, Blogger ChickyBabe said...

If the T-shirt is an optical illusion, youbetter start marketing it right away!

At 3:54 PM, Blogger Knows It All said...

Do you seriously use that debit card blanket? Awesome. I don't know where you bank, but I think they give those, and REPLACEMENT cards

At 7:54 PM, Blogger sheriff of nothing said...

buff indeed! as for that lamp - I will remain silent.

At 8:26 PM, Blogger Mahd said...

She Who Knows It All About It All, I use that blanket. I take my card out, and people give me strange looks, but I don't care. They tried giving me a spare one in the bank, but I would have none of it.

sheriff of nothing, I love lamp.

At 9:16 PM, Blogger chica bonita said...

so what are you gonna give to your daughters if you're giving your yet to exist sons the train lamp?

i'd like to see a picture with your face not being left out. ;-)

At 11:31 PM, Blogger Mahd said...

There's no need for a picture- I look like a young Harrison Ford. If you believe it enough, it's true.

Seriously, though. I must protect my identity, otherwise I'll see my face appearing in porn pop-ups.

At 12:47 AM, Blogger chica bonita said...

maybe you could show me your version of young harrison ford? *evil grins*

At 6:55 AM, Blogger Mahd said...

Perhaps one day, when it's not so much an issue of national security.


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