Friday, August 27, 2010

August 27, 2010

Still Life
with Fribsee!


A compelling series of portraits in which I express
a wide and varied
range of emotions.


Happy

Elated



Oh and I eat the Fribsee too.

29 comments:

  1. Oh the khomment I khould make -

    I do think woo've been watching a bit too much faux news -

    Now to make up my werd dew jore -

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. Oh Jack, you are soooo funny...you can express something without saying a word!!! Fribsee's taste pretty good don't they!! Hugs and Wags, Mistaya

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  3. you're discombobulated Jack... that's my favorite word of all time

    an added bonus is that it's a REAL word

    doofus

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  4. You certainly are what ever that big word is that Tank said.

    Liz

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  5. You're a weirdo.... and your TG is far too educated. Those big words are a struggle for an MD to decipher....

    Happy Friday!

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  6. We likez the way u go after that Frisbee - whatever those big an'nonsensical werds r.
    Shiloh'n Shasta

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  7. Jack,

    What interesting new words...my favorite one is yeuked :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  8. MOL Jack,
    I think mom and I are going to have to refer to Mr.Wally Webster or possibly Ms. Theresa Thesaurus today. GREAT WORDS!!!!
    My favorite is liripoop...it is fun to say
    mom likes yeuked.
    Madi and Mom

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  9. Does it taste like chicken?

    Your pal, Pip

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  10. Jack, you forgot to add pulchritudinous to your list.
    Now, your assignment today is to use each of your new words in 5 sentences. Then your new words will be in your vocabulary forever.
    Tomorrow's assignment: The correct use of affect and effect.
    Ms. Kit

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  11. Boy Jack you know alot of big words! I can now add those to my vocabulary:)

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  12. You lost me after elated, Jack. I was surprised that all those words were real! Reminds me of studying for SATs way back when.

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  13. Are those in the dictionary? Great photos!

    Sam

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  14. Great words Jack! They have a bunch of letters in them....

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  15. Great emotions.....your face tells a story in each one......plus....fribrees are non-fatting....!!

    Enjoy

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  16. Elated made our mommy laugh out loud. Thanks Jack!

    Bobo and Meja

    ps. did you eat the fribsee all gone?

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  17. Whoa, what are you doing to us? All those fancy schmancy words are so confusing. What the heck is liripoop??? Sounds like poop with a touch of music added.

    Have a great weekend.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  18. I knew I shouldn't haves eaten dat darn dictionary...always happens when you need sumptin.

    Puddles

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  19. Life should be so simple. Jack's got the right idea.

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  20. Jack you are right I was brave to show the inside of the fridge...I'm happy to say since my total kitchen make over in 2006 I have a much larger fridge...LOL
    Mom

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  21. Love all the pictures! Jack your pictures say it all.

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  22. I love the new words, Jack, and I wonder if you've sent them in to be added to Webster's Dictionary or not. Those words are very descriptive and your pictures add to them very well!

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  23. Golly Jack, you sure are a great actor. Happy, sad, cracker, bitey, serious, all in one photo shoot.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  24. We wish we could play frisbee, maybe our Mommy could get us a little one, but we really can't jump very high..sigh...

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  25. Jack!
    You used very interesting words today!
    Now... my mom is going to call me insouciant all the time! hmmmm.... I wonder why!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  26. Allow me to explain using your vocab: I suffer from Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia!!!
    If I ever bake you a cake ever again . . . yeah, sure, when pigs fly!
    Twink!

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  27. thank you for the vocab lesson. i knew labs were smart, but not SAT smart!
    Angela

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