Friday Randoms


Maybe it's a pumpkin blossom or maybe it is a teacup for my sweet honey bees.  You decide.....

If you are a fan of Walter White, then you can watch him launch into space right here.  You are welcome.  

My daughter and her friend were up cooking in the kitchen at three this morning.  I guess when you are thirteen, time is meaningless. 

Who doesn't use slang words?  I have heard most of these, but some were new for me.  I may have to start using, whoopensocker.  

Because I can't get enough of Miche Braden and Postmodern Jukebox, here she is giving a modern day teenage anthem her ever so talented spin.  

Linking up with Tanya today!  


Comments

  1. What great randoms for a Friday (Ahhh!! to be thirteen again ) :)
    xo
    Laura

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  2. Loved Breaking Bad - the Bobble Head is great! I enjoyed the link on the slang words, too! Thank you for those fun distractions! Lovely photo! Have a good weekend!

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  3. Hi Michelle Whatever the plant is, it is beautiful. Have a great weekend.

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  4. the funny thing about slang words - my hubby & i joke about the saying that i keep hearing lately - "yeah, i know, right?" seems so silly. too fun. have a great weekend!! ( :

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  5. what a wonderful find!! it's a pretty tea cup!!!

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  6. That is so cool that you have pumpkins growing.. wish we did. Veg gardening seems to escape us every single summer.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  7. I have never heard 'whoopensocker' before... I have to read carefully the article you linked!

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  8. Sweet flower, always enjoy the fun facts, Francine.

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  9. Pumpkins are one thing I have never planted. I hope you get tons of them!

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  10. I think the bees must love that blossom. Interesting slang words there, and this post made another enjoyable read for me. Thank you :)

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  11. I can sure see those honey bees loving that little cup!! You got me on this one...I've never heard this particular slang word before. Can't believe it though, because we live in slang word Country...

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  12. Hmm -- I am showing my age -- I am not up on the latest slang words. But I do know that bees love the pollen in plants -- So if that lovely bloom has any pollen going on -- the bee is probably hanging around it. -- barbara

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  13. I think a teacup for honey bees.
    Merle..........

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  14. This post is wicked awesome!

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  15. Definitely a teacup for your honeybees. Now I have to check out all those slang words.

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  16. A teacup for the honeybees sounds more...profound? Have a great weekend!

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  17. Wicked! That brings back my youth. It is the universal word in eastern Massachusetts for really good. I play golf in the winter with a guy who is also from the Boston area. If one of us hits a good shot, it is mandatory for the other to yell, "Wikkid AW's'm" in our best local accent.

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  18. haha i think you should use whoopensocker...just don't use hella, that word is annoying to me! i've heard "bubbler" used by a friend...maybe i'll start saying "loo" i also like the word "wanker" haha...i love the idea of the teacup for your honeybees :) thanks for linking!

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  19. Strange, as a Brit and despite being used commonly by the female sex here, I'm never comfortable about using the term Loo. Even though I've heard reference to all the other meanings of the word from tourists, I probably find them more uncomfortable as they don't really explain what the toilet (whoops I've said the word !!) is.

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