Dominic de Mattos
Journeying through the realms of Science Fiction and Fantasy
Funny Dominic.NancyN. R. Williams, fantasy author
LOL! Yes though he's good at bluffing with that nochalant C&A man pose. ;O)
:D I like that one a lot!
HaHa! This is a riot, Dom. Just what I needed today to begin the day. :)
I, too, worried about that bulge!
LOL. I love that one!
OKominic! Fall down laughing my A-- off!Loved this Dominic!
Sorry about my comment being off.My keyboard has a mind of it's own!
And there I thought the bulge was just his hand on his hip. FUNNY!
hee hee this was funny
Hilarious. "Fold a mule"!! A whole new idea. Too funny.Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. Visitors who comment are always appreciated.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Not sure the "Fold-a-mule" will be a bestseller this Christmas... Enjoyed your MM, Dominic. Thank you for stopping by and commenting on mine.
Yeah, he does look like he has something large under his poncho! I hope it's something more useful than a cardboard mule!
Fold-a-Mule! Oh, I love it Dominic! How fun and definitely a great laugh to start my day! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!Sylvia
Glad he has plan B stowed away- but where willhe find the water to plump it up????
That is hilarious - gigggling helplessly here :-)- so much so I've typed 4 gs instead of 3!!
You really made me laugh out loud with this one, Dominic! Well done :)
Fold-a-mule!!! Wouldn't that come in handy in a pinch...lol. Loved your MM.Have a great week. Cheers!
Thanks for visiting everybody, and for your lovely comments. I have a bit of a leaning towards the surreal, and I have great difficulty keeping my tongue out of my cheek! Izzy - I'm sure he has a cactus tap about him somewhere!BTW US folks, I know that you use ass to mean backside, but do you use it to mean both "a fool" and "a donkey" as we do in the UK?
HI Dominic,I can't believe how many people took the humorous angle on this picture.Yours is one of the best, without doubt, very tongue in cheek, although don't you find that the humour sometimes get lost in the translation with non-Brits?Yvonne
Oh absolutely Yvonne. Trouble is, I do forget. Especially with double entendres!
You're right-what the heck is under that poncho? LOL!
This one actually made me LOL! I'm so glad I didn't read it this morning when I had a cup of coffee! My monitor would be a mess.MOST excelente~
Very Punny My Friend..hehehe
haha, this is too funny. I stared at the picture for a long time before writing mine wondering what I could imagine he had under his poncho. Now I don't need to wonder. Very funny post.
BTW, we do use the word ass as fool or looser.
LOL great play on words - I like it!Thanks for visiting me and taking the time to comment on my MM this week. Nice to meet you. :)
Hehehe! Now I want to see what a fold-a-mule looks like. :)
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