somebody knows how to peel an orange!i wonder if an asian person did this. my asian friends are the best orange peelers.that's what this photo says to me.
It says ...EWWWWWWW!Because that's either a pork rind or a grub cut in half and both are gross!
That's my orange peeling skills Pam!
Grubby, grubby, pork rinds to you Sonja. What!? they ain't got no oranges where you come from?
I see a "Shhhhhhhhhhh" in that S.
love this pic phil- seamless....
Hey Jenelle,So that means you see it saying that a picture is worth saving a thousand words, and learning to be silent - right?
This is what came to mind... "And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth." Gen1:28
Carl,Darn tootin'! I subdued that orange!
LOL .... these comments are a real study in perspective aren't they?
Sonja,Aren't they cool comments? That was what I hoped to see happen, as well as giving an exercise in creative thinking.
Phil,I do think that silence is severely overlooked.Way to be provocative with your orange peels.
Orange peel? Schmorange peel. That is a pencil shaving. I think that Phil is trying to say, in his post-modern way, that he's going back to the future of writing.
Jenelle,I never thought of my orange peels being provocative - I'll have to watch my peels and q's.
Beth,I love your interpretation, but I really can not peel my pencils that well.
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