Monday, April 8, 2013

G - Garbage, Girls...


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Check out what book cover this little cut out comes from over at Cover Girls!
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Great show alert - Vikings on the History Channel! I know it doesn't start with "G" but the word Great does. I caught up on the ones I missed, with On Demand, and so happy I did. The guys will love it cause it has awesome action, pillaging; everything you'd expect from the vikings and girls we have this...


But baby faced he looks like this...


It's like Brad Pitt and Chris Hemsworth had a baby!
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29 comments:

  1. Love the Shel Silverstein piece :) That guy really does look like Brad Pitt (I don't know who Chris Hemsworth is... I'm old and boring). Great post :)

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  2. I'm going to print out this poem and stick it on my fridge, for my kids of course.

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  3. I love Shel Silverstein!

    Ooooo, great pics! *fans self*

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  4. I'm bookmarking this page, and calling it super sexy men. Gah...

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  5. Liking the steampunk books!

    I'e heard from so many people that Vikings isn't very good. They said it was boring. But that was after the first few episodes. Did the pace pick up? I hope so, as I love learning about Vikings.

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  6. Haha, he does look like Pitt and Hemsworth! I really need to check into the Vikins show.

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  7. I always love the illustrations of Shel Silverstein's poems. His poems are great, but the illustrations are so funny! Thanks for sharing the eye candy!

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  8. Wowzers. He DOES look like a Pitt/Hemsworth baby!!! Gorgeous!

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  9. To be honest, I don't like to take out the garbage either. That's why I have dwarves to do it. They look exactly like in that poem pic. hahahaha.

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  10. I still need to watch that Viking show.

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  11. Oh, those Steampunk books look good. And again my 'to read list' grows.

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  12. That's one of my fav poems! :) Love it. Haven't seen Viking, will have to check it out :)

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  13. I love that Viking show. I'm so hooked. And that is one might fine viking.

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  14. Definitely one of my favorite childhood poems!

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  15. I love these covers. Steampunk is such a fun genre and those covers really bring that out.

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  16. I haven't seen that show, but that dude is HOT!! Might be time to tune in. :P

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  17. Not too out of the ordinary for some people! There are definitely hoarders around and about.

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  18. LOL... wow he's H.O.T. Yum-o. Must watch ASAP.

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  19. Haha, great lesson on taking the garbage out!

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  20. *wipes drool* yum :)

    I forgot how much I love that garbage poem!

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  21. I love the list element in the Silverstein poem!

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  22. Love the poem! I can remember that one from years gone by. also a huge Vikings fan. Not the Minnesota ones!

    The High Cost of this Low Living

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  23. That poem almost describes my stepdaughters's rooms at times. Joking, but only a bit.

    Kady's covers look pretty hot. Something for everyone today! :)

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  24. I've been debating on whether or not to watch Vikings. I'll have to give it a go.

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  25. Sigh, if only vikings actually looked like the last one. :D

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  26. Lots to enjoy here! I loved the poem -- it reminds me of my own house sometimes when I patiently wait for my son to take out the trash. At least he doesn't refuse! (ha, little garbage pun there)

    Enjoyed the lovely pics as well.

    Visiting from #AtoZChallenge

    SiouxsiesMusings

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  27. Love reading the Silverstein and today some eye candy as well :)

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  28. I've seen that book series around but I don't know much about it. Love Shel Silverstein--memories of my childhood!

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  29. My very favorite Shel Silverstein poem! :)

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