Sunday, March 18, 2007

Party's over


Move it along now.

27 comments:

Island Spice said...

Don't knock the luck o' tha Irish! They beat Pakistan in the World Cup on St. Paddy's Day.
Heylo lady.. its been awhile. I see all is well. I'll be back.. take care.

Island Spice said...

ps. that would be World Cup CRICKET .. in case u were wondering..

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Hey, Spice!

I'm so glad you're back.

Cricket. Thanks for clearing that up. Go, Irish!!

Michael C said...

I guess his luck ran out...
;-)

Molly said...

I guess he had no gallant policeman to see him safely across the street....

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Michael,

You think the luck of the Irish has its limits?

Who knew?

Molly,

(Happy laughter here.)

JR's Thumbprints said...

Can a person really feel deflated?

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Jr,

Evidently.

Jocelyn said...

HAHAHA. I looked at that picture and thought, "It really says enough. Although I will, I don't even need to scroll down and read any pithy things Hearts might have written about this hilarious photo." You apparently new that words weren't necessarily, as well.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Jocelyn,

I found him in the street and ran home to get my camera. As they say, one picture is worth a thousand words.

Geneviève said...

About irish, I suggest a novel i am reading right now, Eureka Street, by Robert McLiam Wilson. Not P.C. at all.

Pickled Olives said...

funny. It truely is a photo with a thousand words. I could talk of how representative the empty leprechan is, especially after a drunkfest or parade. Or I could talk of the fun the empty thing represents. So deep for a Monday morning - thanks.

jali said...

The image is EXACTLY how I felt all day on Sunday.

Judith said...

I reckon it was a hit and run and theres some trunk stuffed with gold and dripping of leprachaun blood

Bob said...

EXCELLENT photo.

furiousBall said...

I'm afraid to ask where the inflation tube is located on that irishman.

mist1 said...

Poor guy. I bet a lot of people felt like that the day after.

MsLittlePea said...

I've never felt that way...I have absolutely no idea what that's like....I never indulge in stuff like that....I don't drink or smoke whatsoever...I'm also a compulsive liar...

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Genevieve,

I'll check it out. I'm always looking for new authors.

Thank you for your visit, and please forgive the lack of accent over the "e" in your name; there must be such things under my keys but I don't know how to find them. Your blog gives me a wonderful opportunity to practice my bad French, which I understand better than I speak.

Olives,

I was also musing on possible symbolism, but then decided that someone just got tired of carrying it around with a drink, and scuttled him.
(Or didn't notice he was gone.)

Jali,

Oh, poooor Jali. I'm glad you stayed out of the road.

Judith,

You made me snort out loud. Is leprechaun blood green?

Bob,

Thanks!

Furious,

Let's not go there.

Mist,

Probably not what the Beatles had in mind when they sang "Do it in the road."

Sweet Pea,

Feeling the afterburn, are we? I don't do those things either, except for the pathological lying, of course, but I have other vices to sustain me.

goodthomas said...

Oh man, great image and I love your (few) words.

Poor chap. Nothing to see.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Thomas,

Go back to your houses...

Rhea said...

Call the Paddy Wagon! Now, move on. Nothing to see here.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Rhea,

Paddy Wagon, indeed. Funny.

Thanks for coming by. You have a great blog and you'll be seeing a lot of me over there.

Lee said...

So appropriate! Heehee!

Lex said...

Erin go braugh!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Lee,

I always knew that guy would come to a bad end.

Lex,

Erin go belly up.

alphawoman said...

Hilarious!