I don't know about what kind of candy they're giving out, but have you seen that house on the corner of Midland and Alexander? There's a haunted pirate ship on their roof. A freaking haunted pirate ship!Given how people nitpick when $mas lights aren't taken down on schedule, I guess there's no way that ship remains past this weekend. However, given how slowly houses are selling right now, I'd be willing to take it off their hands and display it prominently. It can only enhance property values and neighborhood pride. Plus, who's going to break into a house that's flying the Jolly Roger? The more I type, the more I really like this idea.
Aw, man, I completely forgot to drive by there last night! Well, now you have to mount one on your house, so that I can see it.
A hauted pirate ship--that's the best! Joel, we've got to walk by and check it out tonight. Leads me to think of how a pirate ship could be incorporated into different seasonal decorations--St. Patrick's Day and Valentine's Day seem particularly promising--such that one could always have a pirate ship proudly displayed on the roof.
Joel: If Gus and Fer did that...would they be....."Keeping up with the Davey Joneses"? ha ha *honk honk* beep* whoop! ding ding! It's half past the hour, let take a look at that traffic.....
The jolly roger still flies!http://etceterasnaps.blogspot.com/2007/11/avast-ye-scallywags.html
That's one of the most tattoo-able things I've ever seen you do.
You got some space left?
There's always room for tattoos.Also, more importantly, I still have room for the tiger idea we discussed at one point.
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