Monday, June 23, 2008

Is it just me...


or is Smokey a little out of shape to be running around without a shirt on? 

19 comments:

kelly said...

HAHAHAHA! Thanks for the chuckle!

Julie Roads said...

Listen, Sus, not everyone looks as good as you do shirtless...be kind to the rest of us!

Ardis said...

Just because he has man (bear?) boobs and a hairy back doesn't mean that he's not attractive to someone....!

Joanb said...

LOL

--Deb said...

And, really, a bear should NOT have 6-pack abs. They're kind of meant to be sort of round....

SeDress said...

There's been many a time I've wanted to yell "Please put a shirt on!" to some man with beer belly and love handles. Thing is, I wonder if part of the reason I find it annoying is because they can go shirtless, no matter what they look like, and us women folks have to keep covered up to at least a minimum degree.
(Though age and gravitas have made me much less likely to want to bare it all even if it was socially acceptable.)

yarndork said...

Must be a guy thing, that's all I can think. Unless you're in FL, then ALL bets are off. Some beaches there, you don't even want to look. Bless their hearts.

Jenny Girl said...

ha-ha
I think he needs to lay off the berries for a while,

Your dogs and sheep are adorable!
Just had to be one of the many who say this.

wvdragon said...

ROFL. I'm not ready for a ripped Smokey. He's a roll model, I suppose, and really should set a fitness example for kids.

Remember the skinny Santa? No one could relate to him with that image. I like a *little extra* on my cultural icons, thank you. ;)

Cindy

wvdragon said...

That's role model.

Cheryl in VA said...

Considering how much overtime he must be putting in here in Tidewater VA area and northern NC, he is going to a lean, mean hair machine soon.

I am curious about your "shareholders" situation. Is it something that you are still accepting people into. I would love some information if at all possible. I am very taken with the thought of having sheep and such, but I won't be able to move on it until we move out west, and that will be a few more years down the road. Would love to recieve your newsletter too.
Thanks
Cheryl

woolies said...

too many pancake breakfasts at the fire house.
Hey Susan check out my latest blog post and you will see pics of what is headed your way.
:0)

Anonymous said...

where to start.. many needle many projects. 1. a small childs sweater, yellow Debbie bliss dk alpaca silk....gosh i love that yarn. 2. a cotton short sleeve sweater. A first for me. adult sweater, we'll see how that goes.
startign a blanket (cotton) for a neice,three color, red,white and orange. she picked the colors.
biddy05--ravelry
but my fav by far is alpaca yarn. i love the softness

thanks
biddy

Anonymous said...

i have been told by authority type people at the state forest that he is packing it on for winter. : )

kristy (kannna on ravelry)

Anonymous said...

I love those little tails! they are so cute. :>)

Linda (walela of ravelry)

Anonymous said...

I really like your blog. I think the lambs are adorable. I had never heard of your type of dog.
I just started a comfort shawl tonight in Cascade 220 superwash tweed green, and I must finish the boys(7 cousins) painted turtle hats (just the turtles to finish). Thankfully that is all that is on needles right now but I have a lot more projects lined up, including my first set of mittens.

Heather

lotsofhermies on ravelry

Marque said...

Well he is a bear after all. Isn't he supposed to be a bit round? I always thought he was that round so he wouldn't be confused with his alter ego. Barney the burner! Or may be I'm the only one who heard those stories. He definitely could use a tank. Not to happy about the level of danger though.

Anonymous said...

He was wearing a bikini top today. I didn't have the camera. darn it!

It was pink.

kristy

Susan said...

I saw it too! Hilarious. Patrick thinks one of our readers is responsible. I'll try to swing by there with a camera this afternoon but I don't know if it's still on him.