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,
Erin
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.

8 comments:

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!