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Sunday, March 20, 2011

"I was thinking a horned Viking helmet would be fun in bed"




I was in New York Saturday getting into trouble with my friends....bit tired, actually, at the moment, so more later :)

14 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

what's new pussycat?

Capital M said...

They are a little less cuddly than you might think.

denis said...

Dude, I bet you're thinking which one of those you should get for the wife.

Michèle Hastings said...

looks like you had fun when you got home too ;-)

Reverend Awesome said...

Those silver mannequins are so cool. I wanna go to New York!!!

Cheryl said...

Hmmmm.....

Gary's third pottery blog said...

the place across the street, also photographed, may be a little too X rated to post Monday...but what the hell...... (and I mean x rated)

Beth said...

ummmm, Gar...you're looking in THAT window and all you can think about is a horned Viking helmet? Dude!

Susan in the Boonies said...

I predict a horned Viking helmet tea pot cannot be far behind.

George and Maureen Johnson said...

Okay now that is an interesting store for sure. A viking helmet would be quite interesting but could prove dangerous, so be careful...lol lol :)
Oh those silly Vikings were everywhere, and supposedly just about everyone on the planet carries some Viking blood. :)

Gary's third pottery blog said...

I mean, I have to admit, I did not notice the horned Viking helmet until I got home today and uploaded the photo...it is in the lower left :)

Sarah said...

LOL....wonderful post!! Giggle..have to go back an look..was there a helmet...???
Sarah :)

Anonymous said...

Well, for me, the horned viking helmet is the most wearable thing in the window.

Jen H

bartster said...

The Spam song by Eric Idle (Pythons) comes to mind. Not the association you intended? :)
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