Saturday, April 18, 2015

Think Twirling

Here's a few more frames to help out with Friday's Question. And in other news, it's antiquing day. That is, once I make a big pile of waffles, bacon and eggs.

PS: Not a single snowflake in site. Just sun, sun, sun and MORE sun.

Cheers & Boogie Boogie :-)

What is THIS?

33 comments:

  1. Hah!

    Lynda Carter was on TV the other day. She's a singer now, touring twice a year--and she does the Wonder Woman twirl in her stage act!

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  2. OK, I see WW -- but where is she? Reflected in . . . what?

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    1. Doh! You gave us a major clue in the post's title and I STILL couldn't figure it out, LOL! Need another cup of coffee.

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    2. We have coffee here and waffles. Come on by, anytime :-)

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  3. And there you have it! Even after reading the title and seeing the clues, it took me awhile. And I had two cups of coffee, too. The paint fumes have fried my brain :)

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    1. Step away from the paint cans and come on by for some waffles.

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  4. I like the first one the best, since it looks like an eye.

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  5. Your first photo is still too far off the answer for me. Wonder Woman or not I still go with the drop of Dawn on a greasy dish or my x-ray.
    Just saying. hahahahahahahaha.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Maybe they used dawn back in the special effects room, for Wonder Woman twirls.

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  6. Still doesn't look like anything I am familiar with.

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  7. Sounds like you have a fun day ahead and your breakfast menu is making my mouth water! Partly sunny here today and warm for a change so I'm happy about that! Have a great one!

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    1. Welcome back to blogging, Anita. Great to see you here and great to read your post.

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  8. Magic. I should have thought of Wonder Woman. Have a lovely weekend.

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  9. All the world is waiting for you
    and the power you possess
    In your satin tights
    fighting for your rights
    And the old red white and blue...................

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    1. Best comment so great. Also, Tim asked if you twirled around when you sung that song?

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    2. Hahahaha, you crack me up.

      Thanks for that.

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  10. Yes - so clear to see now ....... and SUN SUN SUN can't be bad.

    All the best Jan

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  11. How could anyone have guessed that? Did anyone? Whoa.

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    1. Frankenberry (Tim my hubby), got it but that was all.

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