Sunday, December 09, 2007

self-proclaimed "lady"


While others have been called out for their un-lady-like behavior, I think this is the first time somebody has drawn their own nobility into question. Maybe she's clarifying that she's not, in fact, landed gentry.


In other news, I'll be travelling all day tomorrow, so don't expect updates. While I'm in MI for the holiday, I hope to keep up, but no promises.

11 comments:

TheJay said...

At Wal-Mart today I saw my first unnecessary quotation marks since I started reading this blog (but I forgot my camera). I was excited.

kjl said...

This one made me laugh out loud. I instantly had an image of a man in drag driving the car!!

Andi said...

My dad was telling me he met a person in Washington D.C. this week named Johnna. Johnna had a woman's body but not a woman's face or voice. I think Johnna would definitely be classified as a "lady".

Jeff said...

If she's in real estate, the quotes are probably because she's half-lady half-shark.

Big Frank Dickinson said...

Perhaps what some might call a lady, and who, in fact, is a lady, but has identity problems?

Kristy said...

This one made me HOOT.

We had a "lady" waiter/waitress the other day at Chili's. I could barely place my order. I was too distracted trying to figure out if she was an ugly man or...an ugly woman.

Things that make you go "huh". =)

Anonymous said...

it's pat!

Anonymous said...

just curious, i can understand scribbling out the license plate, but why the other bumper sticker? did the photographer disagree with "her" politics, or something?

jblueafterglow said...

I'm guessing it was scribbled out because it had a business phone number or address or website on it.

Anonymous said...

I'm actually the person that submitted this one and I had to scrible out the other one because it had the "lady"'s phone number on it.
Plus, I wanted to show off my fine MS Paint skills.

Anonymous said...

the artistry!