I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It's a way of looking at life. Dr.Seuss

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Train.....


“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.”

Oscar Wilde 

11 comments:

  1. Openbaar vervoer naar de keukenhof?

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    1. jaaa, daar dacht ik inderdaad aan :)

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  2. Very cute, I love his expression.

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  3. As public transportation this train looks inviting, but there's a sense that there is more to his personality than meets the eye.
    ...board with caution.
    but stop and smell the flowers.

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  4. Now is the prefect time to travel Tulip Express. But that long beaklike nose does look a bit scary.

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  5. This train is really a bee in disguise...ready to steal the pollen and sting a few passengers...or is this train one of the fast ones??...Is that where Concorde went when he went into retirement??...
    Everything is clear now...The train runs off the electrical charge that is produced by tulips swaying in the wind.

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  6. This Tulip Train has some very tricky switch-backs to maneuver, I suppose because the nosey conductor doesn't want to miss a single tulip on the way. My grandfather used to say that "I shook my own hand on that last corner" while driving through a twisty mountain road. Always made us kids laugh.

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  7. Is the land of Artischoke actually Holland?

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  8. Hah, I love oscar wildian quotes - especially the really really good ones. Let me have a go at writing artischokian for the rest of my r eply. Vell, the oranagevak inda beckgrund iz jest vright vrom where I cen see. Gah, see I am not good at everything.! I failed. Once again, you have reinvented yourself in a good way. Sometime when I reinvent myself it happens rather badly (have you ever tried going to work dressed as a toaster complete with burnt bread crumbs? ) Ah you noticed the floorman's skull/? Yes the bone in the panicular ares is quite soft in the southern hemispher (it's the damp) and its a quite common occurance to find grass poking through that area of the skull in certain tradesmen - even while they are still kicking! :0 see you! From oz!

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  9. Oh great t-shirt. You are a lucky man to have such good models as well!

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