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Old ladies and naked men

A funny thing happened on the way to my post about flash mobs. I had it all set up and was ready to click the “Publish” button. Then something caught my eye. That photo … what is that … zoom in … is that a … refer to larger image … nahhh! Really? … zoom in on larger image … Maybe. Okay, find another picture. (ten minutes later) Never mind, crop the original photo and use it.

We all know how the human mind finds familiar images in totally random patterns. We’ve all seen pictures of toast where some people imagine/see an image of Jesus. We’ve all seen shapes in a darkened room and imagined for a moment they were an intruder, or a monster from under the bed.

That said, here’s the picture as it was originally cropped (click for larger version):

Now I ask you, is there a naked man standing in the second floor window watching the police below? (And save your wisecracks about lonely old women; I’ve already thought of all of them!)

I’m going to pre-date this post so it won’t appear right next to its predecessor on the front page. But I couldn’t not publish it. I’m still laughing at myself.

9 Comments »

  1. I could see a smiley but maybe some legs…I like the box it helps old ladies like me LOL
    BTW: I came here through IzaakMak…he said you have had lots of snow where you are. We had a local dusting a few weeks ago 😦
    The ski resorts are worried here in Utah.
    Nice blog
    Rx

    • Hi, and welcome to my place. Yes, snow-wise, we really got dumped on last week. Our resorts are all doing well. Don’t know how the snow, coming from the west, managed to not dump on you as it came in. Patience, grasshopper. The white stuff will come …

      • I know I saw it went right past us twice and they predicted both times we would get some of that lovely white powder!
        I am patient and after all that crazy weather around the world last year, I am enjoying the sunshine here.

“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering 'it will be happier.'” ~ Alfred Lord Tennyson

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