Saturday, January 03, 2009

Dear Blogfriends and Family,

We are in a fight.
I can NOT believe you thought these were my legs.
I don't know whether to be offended that you thought my legs were really this hairy and manish, or pleased that I am clearly so clever and sneaky.
Sincerely yours,
p.s. For realsies, it worked OK. Stick with your trusty rusty razor.
p.p.s. I'm giving you the silent treatment.
p.p.p.s. Until Monday.


Carla said...

I am always pleased with your posts but knew Richard legs when I saw them. So punish the whole class because of a certain few. Nice.

Jodi said...

Hey! I helpped you tease Carrie for believing it! he he. That was a fun party.

Kara Jo said...

See my comment on your previous post. I want the full scoop on this product.

Katie R. said...

What Carla said... (and I don't even know Richard, or you really either, I knew)

carrie said...

So I'm the only one that didn't look at the pictures close enough to notice the difference in leg shapes. I know people that don't shave in the winter so being that hairy for a woman isn't all that unlikely.

LadyD said...

I think only 2 people should be punished.
Put them in the corner with Dunce hats on.
I for one, can't believe you got Richard to wear your socks for the pic.....Or were they his and you put them on....Or do you guys have matching socks?? too cute:)

Jessica said...

I must say these were hilarious posts to come back to since I have been out of town. I totally have thought about picking that thing up and haven't. PS I knew they were not your legs. Could have been mine but I was out of town so powers of deduction lead me to Richard.

NoOtherName said...

That's hilarious! You are sooo sneaky.

At Bethel Brian's dorm had a hair-growing contest in January to see which guy could grow the longest/fullest beard and which girl could grow the longest leg hair. Brian won the beard contest (not hard to beat a bunch of college freshman). I'm sure I could have wasted those girls!