Thursday, May 10, 2007

gotta love those eyebrows!

Ha ha!!! This is why I like being Australian! Where else could you ask such a question and not get thrown in jail?! Or detention, or something?!

Besides, I've always thought John Howard's eyebrows needed a bit more work. Nothing a good beautician couldn't fix though. (How much do you really want to win this election Mr Howard?!)


At 3:54 am, May 11, 2007, Blogger Cherie said...


At 2:08 pm, May 12, 2007, Blogger Lucidiocy said...

hahaha!Too funny!

Oooh, I see you got a clock!

At 3:25 pm, May 12, 2007, Blogger Deanna said...

I tend to have the unibrow problem, myself.

Is it 3:25 in the afternoon there now? It's 10:25 p.m. here.

At 3:57 pm, May 12, 2007, Blogger Cecily said...

yup... we're at 3:25 the next day! Australia. Leading the way. Hehehe.

At 2:50 am, May 13, 2007, Blogger Deanna said...

Okay, so you're 17 hours ahead of us. Except this morning your clock shows my time...I'm so confused. I'll keep trying to work the old brain cells.

It should be nearly 3:00 a.m. as I write this; I'm going to see what it says after I've entered it.

At 2:54 am, May 13, 2007, Blogger Deanna said...

I got it write for your time! But your clock says my time, nearly 10:00 (a.m. on the 12th). I hope it goes back to yours, so I can keep checking the difference and imagining what it's like down under. Tomorrow already; wow.

Sorry, Cecily, to put you through my brain's little obsession here.

At 12:48 pm, May 13, 2007, Blogger Cecily said...

I've noticed that when I go to other people's blogs with clocks it sometimes takes a little while for it to click over to their time... it shows the time that was/is on my clock here. Maybe that's it. If you click on the clock it takes you to a map of the world, and when you run the mouse over different timezones it gives the real time.

I think we're more conversant with different time zones here because we're pretty cut off from the rest of the western world. We've always watched major events in the middle of the night if they happen in the UK or USA.

Glad you're having fun though :)

At 2:03 pm, May 13, 2007, Blogger Deanna said...

Yes, it's fun, and now the clock shows your time again. Also I see I wrote "write" when I meant "right" in a comment above. Oh, well.

Happy Mother's Day, Cecily. Even though you may only be mothering sheep at present, I hope you enjoy the day.

At 3:56 pm, May 13, 2007, Blogger Robyn said...



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