...and I like the scull and crossbones!
ooooooooh i love river street... such an interesting place and lots of good stuff to eat (and drink!)
I love this photo! Great WW entry!
DUDE...I miss Wet Willies! I remember on my 21st birthday I stumbled out of that specific one in that pic smack dab into a police officer...who just laughed at me. Ah...the good 'ol days. Now when I stumble, it's not so funny anymore, says my husband at least.
That flag is great! Does it have a more benign meaning? Happy WW!
Keith - I love it too! I have a sticker I got in Charleston last year that has the skull and crossbones and says "The beatings will continue until morale improves". I have it hanging on my bulletin board at work. Ha! thanks for stopping by!Trying - I adore Savannah. We're definitely going to have to spend some time there - more than the 2 hours we did on this trip. (we stopped as we were driving through to St. Augustine.) thanks for stopping by!Grey - Thanks for stopping by! I like it a lot too!Di - I can only imagine! These days you just stumble into your ottoman and break toes. Ha!
OMG. I haven't been to River Street in ages. Boy does that bring back some memories. GREAT photo!
Grits are icky! Sorry, they are!
:) good shot..... someday I'll visit the south.
Funny! I need one of those flags hanging in my barn as a joke.
Nice one. I love the flags. ;)
Not afraid - Thanks for stopping by! That was taken on my first trip to Savannah, I've heard it's a great place to party though. :-)Vanessa - eh, it's alright. I consider them an acquired taste.Carrie - you should! southern hospitality rocks! ;-DBeth - you must!!! There's a lady who drives this big truck at my commuter lot who has a magnet on the back for "Save the Ta-tas". it's awesome!OhMommy - Thanks!!!!
It hurt less then too....darn ottoman. It's out to get me, I think it has a personal vendetta against me. I guess it's heard one too many times "ay yo what up money" and decided enough was enough.
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