Sunday, 24 November 2013

On a roll

Once on this blog, I put up a picture of a gate-spring who really loved being a gate-spring.

I now present a steam-roller quietly looking forward to another day's steam-rolling.


12 comments:

fluffbomb said...

It seems he got a bit too excited and wet himself.

Anonymous said...

Love it! You've a great eye for little things! Made me smile on a bad day. Keep posting :)

Philippa Sidle said...

There's a cute little Pixar short film shown before Monsters University, called The Blue Umbrella I think, which features anthropomorphic street furniture. I thought of you when I saw it!

Anonymous said...

it even has ears

Anonymous said...

Does it also count as "Yellow Car"?

Anonymous said...

You're the best!

Trina Dubya said...

It does look very happy, doesn't it?

Rebecca said...

It took me a while to see the mouth, but now that I do, I can see that it's rubbing its little hands together in anticipation of another exciting day. N'awwww!

Tracy Strandness said...

Omg, I'm so glad it's not just me; a certain lamp post was smiling at me the other day when I got out of my car. Yes, I have photo evidence, and no, it didn't speak (at least that I could hear - there was traffic, lol). Thanks for the whimsy, JF! :D

J* said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/25179368@N06/sets/

Hej John,

I thought you might enjoy these pictures, especially (possibly) the "Vagabonds"-album ...

(The link is perfectly safe, I promise.)

Anonymous said...

I like this picture John, and it gave me a bit of a chuckle, which was much needed since I've just seen your Cabin Pressure news.

I have to say, with all due respect, no offence meant, but you are an utter berk (albeit of the extremely funny type)! I also think you must be a Ukipper, since you are daftly depriving us of episodes with the letters which our Europesan partners use. Just imagine the oportunities you would have (and the laughs you could give the rest of us) with ö, ü, ä, è, é, ß. And that's before you even start on the non-European languages. Surely the Chinese alphabet has enough characters to keep you busy?

Oh well, I suppose you know best(?). Thanks for a huge amounts of laughs, and characters who seem like real people, and for keeping me company through many boring afternoons at work.

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This one got everything! I have seen almost everything in his yellow, brown feet and white ears. And how’s the nose?