Oh Yeah, i dig ;) good one Emma !
ha! lovely...it reminded of the US legal case (McDonald's i guess)..forgot the case name -- But ended the company paying compensation..and the direction that "Hot coffee" be printed on the cup..A lady ordered a cup of coffee at the drive in cafe and placed it on the hand rest (i think) and while turning for the purse spilled it on her thighs...I found it so funny that she ordered for a hot coffee and then sued the company saying the cup din't say it was 'hot coffee' :))Oh we had a Professor who would enact the case...including the details...oh fun days! :)ha! stories...never ending...its interesting how haiga's take us to totally unconnected subjects :)btw, Lovely haiga, Dalloway :)wishes, devika
do you usually break your haiku in the middle? i can feel the warmth
The truck warms up-coffee cools down.This from your '62 Aston-Martin? I recognize the color...
you can pick my car from a few raindrops on the bonnet (hood)? incredible, Bandit.not usually Nana, but I do like to muck around with form and content on this blog... all a bit of an experimentlove the story Devika - the world is nutsthanks for your kind words Lorraine xx
big bold drops of rain; nice onemuch lovegillena
Perfect.Original.Very Dalloway.As to the McDonald's case, check out the following:http://www.lectlaw.com/files/cur78.htmI don't have much sympathy for the corporation. They're a multi-billion dollar corporation and they acted like the bully that they are.
Wow! Love this! You are awesome. :)
love it absolutely
many thankscheers for the link Patrick
I sometimes have trouble with which is bonnet, which is boot, but this works for me.
Sounds picnicky. Love it.
Very nice. Perfect form.Best wishesRalf
Hi Emma..Nice blobs you got here.. Nice backlighting too.. Love it..Shalom!
Thanks for taking the time to write something.