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May 27, 2010


The mystery of the "leaking" jacuzzi is finally explained.


(Thanks to Phil McCavity) (heh heh)


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I thought those bubbles were getting rather specific!

Tusk, tusk.....

I saw that a couple of days ago (no Siouxie, I didn't send it in!); great picture.

Of course, Leaking Jacuzzi WBAGNFARB.

Well, hot tubs and wildlife are natural allies.

Most hot tubs are rather heavy on the chlorine. She's gonna have an elephant-sized sinus headache.

I suspect this also explains the nearby "yellow ponds" and "brown mounds"...

Steve - I had to go check on the sinus headache. Elephants don't actually drink through their trunks anymore than we can drink through our noses. I found they suck up about 10 liters of water in their trunks, and then squirt it into their mouths.

Dave, I thought we were too mature to make fun of names.

Oh yeah...we are not dead yet. Carry on.

Btw, feel free to use that as a book title. IF you should ever write a book, that is.

Silly elephant, nobody uses their trunks in a jacuzzi.

There are absolutely 'No Trunks Allowed' in my jacuzzi.

...oh, lairbo, was that you last night?

Joe McGinnis?

GREAT photo!

"She is a very welcome visitor for us and our guests, except it's probably best to check if she is around before taking a dip in the jacuzzi."

Yes, it would be best!

Is that an elephant's trunk in your jacuzzi or are you just happy to see me?

Phil McCavity is a cousin of Phillip McCrevice.

There's no Phil like McCavity.

For a moment I thought this was Fred Flintstone's Jacuzzi

Any relation to Phil McKrackin?

If you musth, you musth.

It's better that she used the jacuzzi as a water fountain rather than a latrine IYKWIM -(^o^)-

You would think that the tusk marks on the fence would have been a dead giveaway.

MOTW, Jacuzzi can deal with that as well, if you know what I mean.

I just looked at that picture again and it suddenly brought back the time at the Jacksonville Zoo when an elephant sneezed on my little sister. It was awesome.

The football-sized boogers in the filter should also have been a clue.

We can't drink thru our noses?

But how else can we deal with Troublesome sinus congestion?

For some reason this reminds me of the old joke, how do you know an elephant has been in the refridgerator? You can see his footprints in the butter. Did she not see any footprints? btw, that joke killed 'em when I was in the third grade.

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