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Technicolor Toaster
Tuesday 27 February 2007, 23:47 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Things That Toaster Likes

On You can loyn a lot from Lydia!:

Blue Velvet writes:
I remember Kermit singing “Lydia” on “The Muppet Show” – if I’m not mistaken, it was to a “tattooed” Miss Piggy (then in her genesis). Fits in well with this being the Year of the Golden Pig.

He did. It was episode 102 in 1976. It used to be on YouTube, but Corporate Suits took it away. Here’s all that is left:

It wasn’t Miss Piggy, but another piggy — which did not sit well with the Queen of Oink.

And we’d like to remind you that while the rest of the world considers this the Year of the Pig, around here it is the Year of the Toaster.

rrgirl adds:
not too long ago, I saw a woman working in a store with the most amazing tattooes. she was rubinesque, to say the least, and dressed in a low-cut top that allowed more than a peek of cleavage. visible just above the neckline was a pair of eyes that roughly aligned with her nipples. huh. what in the world did that look like naked? what other ink was hidden? what a conversation starter…no, I didn’t ask. another mystery.

http://www.rpcurnow.force9.co.uk/coolpix/index.htmlToaster decided that a tattoo would hurt too much, so Bwana bought him a set of erasable Magic Markers. Now Toaster can do his own tattoos and wash them off after he wants to change his look.

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Toaster, you may find this interesting:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2001/06/04/bread_as_a_display_device/

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