Now I want an orange hoodie.
Way to rock that orange hoodie! (Hope Meego at least got the mice!)
What will you trade for it?
Yes, he did get the mice - who aren't nearly as comfy as I am.
I look bad in orange. But you look good! Poor mice, happy snake thought.
Like Rebecca said, you look great in orange! I didn't know there were such people...
Nature's way with the mice. I hope it's not affecting our Karma.
It's really more of a "pumpkin" wouldn't you say?
I've scored a few things that way too. My boys never knew what clothes belonged to them, so it was easy. Mario's a little more in tune with what she wears, so I have to wait until she's ready to hand it down.And I agree with the others. You look great in pumpkin!
OMG that is hilarious...I should try that with Mr. RK.
I admit I've gotten a few other items I knew I didn't even need bother ask for.
They make it almost too easy.
BAhHHAhHAHHHAHHAH!! That's awesome. Score, indeed!
I love hoodies, though zip-ups are better... you know, just in case the body temp goes up unexpectedly, it can be easily removed. Or maybe you don't know. :)A few of my friends say that they don't wear anything on their heads; they think they look bad. When the wind is blowing and the thermostat is low, I don't care what I look like as long as my head, ears, and neck are warm.Your orange hoodie is coming up goldenrod on my computer. I only notice because my town is Orange crazy with UVA and VA Tech students and alumni flashing it everywhere I go.
meant to say "better for me"
Uhm... yes I know about body temp going up suddenly and unexpectedly *ahem*, so yeah, zip-ups are more practical, if less fashionable! And I cover my head with hats, hoods, scarves, helmets, whatever! It kinda matches the goldenrod blogger "B".
"Let's get mice today?" If I didn't know about King Reese, that might seem strange. That said, I do love my hoodie. I've tend to go for the pullover style - like you said, less fashionable, but warmer. You definitely came out on the better end of the deal.
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