Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A word on Speedos...

Just wanted to drop in to remind you that it's Deb Salisbury's turn to see how she answers our Sisterhood of the Traveling Blog question for the month:

"Do you have any formal writing training, or have (or considered) an MFA in creative writing?"

As for me, I am still on a blog vacation until the New Year. I'm still reading (four novels down, more to come!) and am spraining my brain trying to delete images from my recent beach trip (go away Mr. Prancing Greased-Up Mohawk Man With Teeny Red Speedo. Ewwwwwww. Gag.)

There. Now he's in your brain too. Thanks for sharing my pain. Hooa!

28 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Must wash brain now!

shelly said...

We have a man that comes into the salon for his monthly hair cuts always decked out in his tight biker speedos. He's like 80.

Old Kitty said...

I'm still in awe that you were on a beach over the holidays where men can walk around in teeny speedos. Must have been nice and warm. Oh the sound of the surf...
:-)
Take care
x

Connie Keller said...

Hey, that wasn't fair. I really don't want Speedo man in my mind. :)

Have a great vacation.

B.E. Sanderson said...

Oh now that's just mean. =op

Hope you're having an awesome break and loving everything you read. See you when you get back.

Nicole Ducleroir said...

Happy New Year, Lydia!!

mooderino said...

Honestly, I'd just got those speedos for christmas and was excited to be on the beach. Everyone's a critic.

mood

Joshua said...

MAN! Now I have Mr. Prancing Greased-Up Mohawk Man With Teeny Red Speedo stuck in my head, too.

JEM said...

When you say Speedo, all I think of is the video for LMFAO "Sexy and I Know It." And they WIGGLE. It's hilarious and horrifying all in one giant speedo burrito.

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

ACK! Now he's in my brain, too! Curse of the Freaky Brain Images.

Al Penwasser said...

That was you!? Shoulda stopped and said "Hi!"
I love the beach.

Lost_without_a_Map said...

Hey, I asked that guy for his number!

Krispy said...

Why must you do these things to us??? D:

Still, I wish you happy reading! I just finished Scorpio Races and I am recommending it to everyone. :)

Carol Riggs said...

Oh wow, sharing the Speedo image. Bad Lydia! LOL Enjoy the rest of your blog vacation! I'm doing some reading too. :)

Carrie Butler said...

Nooo! Now Mr. Greased-Up Mohawk Man With Teeny Red Speedo is prancing through my mind, too!

I hope you're having fun. :)

Bee said...

Going over to check it out.

Have a great year-end, Lydia! :)

A Lady's Life said...

lol
Thats entertainment lol

Leslie Rose said...

MY EYES! MY EYES! I couldn't help but picture a little white fur collar around the elastic ala a Santa cap. I think I just ruined Santa caps for myself. Happy New Year. Happy Reading. Happy Writing, and thank you, Lydia, for a year of fabulous posts. xo

Kelly Polark said...

The mohawk speedo man will somehow end up in one of your future books, you know! :)
Happy New Year!

Deb Salisbury said...

ROFL! What an image. Churchill is now trying to wash it off my fingers.

Thank for the mention!

Angela Brown said...

Oy Vey! Did he have to be greased up? Eww!!

Note to beach dwellers: Speedos are not for everyone.

Jonene Ficklin said...

Truth really is stranger than fiction - and scarier. BTW, you described him way too well, ha ha! Lucky for me, it's hard to imagine him when the view from my window is cold, bleak, and snowy. Have a great vacation and I hope the books you're reading are good!

julie fedderson said...

Speedos are evil! There are some things I like left to the imagination. Of course, now there's a prancing Mohawk man in my imagination. Thanks, Lyd. There's not enough red wine to remove it.

Tasha Seegmiller said...

Funny how the least attractive people generally have the most delusional understanding of how they really look. Yuck.

Miranda Hardy said...

Hope you have a great New Year, Lydia. Yuck to the speedo wearers. Ugh.

Elizabeth Varadan aka Mrs. Seraphina said...

Happy New Year, Lydia.

BTW, I left an award for you on my blog. Stop by and pick it up (and pass it on.)

Nancy Thompson said...

Happy New Year, Lydia!

Misha Gericke said...

One day I will find a way to build a time machine just so that I can seek and the person who invented the speedo. *shudder*

Have a great 2012!

 
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