If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
I recognize that last look, that's the "Why did you grab another beer, when you knew I wanted to go home?" look!
She was diggin' on you in photo one. You must have said the wrong thing by photo two.Looks like a fun party. I recognize everyone in those pictures. Same folks I was serving with in the Navy, back then.
Fanta - heh.
Those two photos of Hilary should be required viewing for all females, the lesson being that a smile always makes you look younger :-)
I practice my squinty-eyed glare - it is important.
Is that when you used the "c" word? ;-)
Dale: The beer had a lil sumthin' to do with the dust-up, IIRC. But that was just the beginning... you know how THAT goes.Darryl: There MIGHT have been some guys from Navy London at that do, truth be told. The squids came around a lot back in the day.Kris: You have a good eye. ;-)Jim: Point taken.Lou: I'm thinkin' ALL women practice "the look," sometimes in Real Time.Daph: No... this wasn't the occasion. But it damned well COULD have been, if you'd read my thoughts. ;-)
The last picture is great! Do they ALL go to school somewhere to learn"That look"?Reminds me of company parties of long ago when she would have to drive home!!!
I think female children are BORN with that look and Mom helps 'em perfect it, Ed. On the other... one of my ex's biggest bitches about life with me was "why am I ALWAYS the designated driver?" She had a point, to a point. My rejoinder was usually "it's part of your job description," at which time I got "the look."
Where in the hell did they find that green paint? The Soviet Union??
The RAF, methinks.
HAHAHAHAHA... that's all I can say!EXCELLENT post Buck!
Just be polite... that's all I ask.