Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Maybe I am just reading too much into it ...

Everyday, National Geographic sends a nifty little picture of the day (POD) to my homepage on Google.

It was downright awkward having this particular POD on my computer screen at the office today ...


I'm a little bit afraid that National Geographic is coming on to me.

Hey . . . I'm flattered, but . . .

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I have clearly offended National Geographic with this post. It was evident first thing this morning when I got online to find that I had been blatantly snubbed.

All of my other nifty iGoogle features opened just fine, but the National Geographic POD is now refusing to speak to me.

Incidentally, My husband read this post last night. Someone had to, right? Anyhoo . . . this photo seems to be something of a Rorshack ink blot test around our house.

Matt also saw a racy image, be what he saw was the Aurora Borealis in a B-cup. I can definitely see how this looks like a cleavage shot.

I won't go into details of what I see when I look at this photo, suffice to say that if this National Geographic picture of the day was a doctor . . . its specialty would be POD/Gyn.



Workman said...

I don't know if I'm observant, or a pervert.

But I think I see a... well... something very naughty.

Shelly said...

I don't see cleavage, but I think I see what you are talking about Kerry. Ask Matt what that says about us.

Reluctant Kerry said...

I think this means that Matt must be my more wholesome half.

I blame this post on extreme lack of sleep. After catching up on some rest this weekend I stopped thinking this is funny and began worrying, "What will my mother say when she reads this?!"

That's right. I still have a healty fear of my mom.