29 Apr 2009

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY

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naked

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and dressed

21 comments:

marcia@joyismygoal said...

Ha ha it makes me think of the Sorcerer's Apprentice i wonder if the other Fire Hydrants know they are naked?

Villager said...

Happy WW! I've never seen a fully clothed fire hydrant before!

I invite your blog readers to get loose for the Kentucky Derby...

peace, Villager

catsynth said...

Not adjectives one usually applies to fire hydrants :)

Mar said...

I prefer the naked version, lol!!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

I love the challenge of WW in thinking there is always something to be said, but then along comes a fire hydrant frock and I'm left wondering is it day wear or an evening gown? LOL

Puss-in-Boots said...

A dressed fire hydrant...don't tell me someone found the naked one offensive! The way the world is going today, nothing would surprise me...

Mariposa said...

Hahaha...is it scheduled?! ;)

I think you will love my WW this week... :)

Happy WW!

diane said...

Does it take it off in summer?

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

I've never seen a dressed one either.

Linnea W said...

That's funny. I wonder what prompts them to dress it up...Enjoy the day.

kaye said...

now that needs a story with it

Here’s my WW hope you can stop by!

Amanda said...

LOL! I saw those covered ones when we were going to get our mulch from the local landfill... Cool WW!

Dr.John said...

I like it better naked.

Happily Retired Gal said...

LOL ... intriguing ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

TorAa said...

Hello, it's springtime;))

Besides, who can afford anything else these days, regarding what's written n the Press - besides keep away from pigs. (At least one company makes a fortune due to peoples selfishness)

Sherry said...

That's so cute! Innovative.

Pear tree cottage! said...

Thank goodness it is not wearing fur - naked is best!!! truly it is.

lol lol lol lol! a great wordless wednesday form you dear friend.

Lee-ann

Mockingbird said...

Very clever! I've never seen a "dressed" fire hydrant before.

Junebug said...

So they dress the hydrants there? :D

Melli said...

What in the WORLD? What is that for???

Annie said...

Now that is interesting - a cover on a fire hydrant. I wonder why that is?