Sunday, March 29, 2009

Manic Monday: Bird




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17 comments:

whall said...

I gotta say, that yellow shower curtain dress thingy gives me the creeps. Like it should be in Planet of the Apes.

Janna said...

Whall: Or "Planet of the Tweety Birds."

anthonynorth said...

Some definitely strange bird pictures there :-)

Jamie said...

Don't you just love menus with pictures.

Villager said...

Happy MM! Your photos brought a smile to my face ... especially that first one with the cat trying to figure out how to get indoors for a meal!

I invite your blog readers to remember why the caged bird sings.

peace, Villager

VE said...

Where can I get a bird outfit with a 48 inch neck and sleeves long enough that you can't see your hands?

star8278 said...

Love the bird mooning the cats. That is too funny!

Tink *~*~* said...

As a fashion statement, I don't think the bird cage is really cutting it. Neither is the, um, dress! LOL :)

Tink *~*~*
Colorful birds from

Orlando, Florida

Gayle said...

Oh, what a comfortable dress! Not!

Da Old Man said...

Must be a "giving the bird" joke in one of these pictures.

Morgiana Le Fey said...

how the hell can you think of yourself as a serious professional when you have to wear a shower curtain with a birdcage on it?! is it some mark of success to have to wear the most ridiculous thing ever? "YES! I HAVE TO WEAR A BIRDCAGE! I'VE MADE IT IN THE WORLD!"

Janna said...

Anthony: Definitely!

Jamie: All too often, the meal looks nothing like the picture....

Villager: Welcome back! Yes, I like the first picture too. The cat's expression is just priceless. :)

VE: Maybe Paris Hilton has one!

Star8278: It's like he knows they can't get him. I love birds with an advanced sense of sarcasm. :)

Tink: I guess it could be worse... there could be a live hamster and parrot in there, fighting to the death.

Gayle: Just imagine going outside in this during a rainstorm. That collar is so wide, all the water would gather in there and leave you completely soggy. Ugh.

DaOldMan: Hee!

Morgian: The scary thing is that I can easily see you wearing stuff like that, just to be different... I hope I didn't give you any ideas. Like, for example, 20 yards of velvet crumpled into a Shar-Pei costume, complete with spiky dog collar and leash. Wait... now I can't get that mental image out of my head.

Marilyn said...

I totally want a job where I have to starve myself so I can strut in front of cameras with a frown on my face while wearing outfits that would make any sane person hysterical with laughter... come to think of it, they probably get paid pretty well. I wonder if I'm too old.

Janna said...

Marilyn: You're never too old to wear a fake birdcage on your torso!

Morgiana Le Fey said...

well, yanno, you might have me there...but the point is is that i would SURELY not be taking myself seriously if that were the case...how can this model (and a lot of other ones) not feel like complete idiots and actually think they're doing something incredible and grand when they have to wear their hair in ridiculous pig-tails and a cut-up shower curtain with a fake bird in a cage super-glued to the front...not to mention get their make-up done all Mimi-style...

Janna said...

Morgian: Exactly. If I were ever to dress like that, I would need to have a REAL bird in my cage. It adds that extra touch of authenticity.

Travis said...

Mr Tucker finally got to do a bit of bird watching today.