Elephant & Tabasco
Photo-A-Day #1594

Totally Random photo. I got nothing else today, so tell me something interesting about yourself, please.

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10 Responses to “Elephant & Tabasco”

  1. quilly says:

    If you are going to feed an elephant Tabasco for dinner, it is probably best to give him ice cream for dessert — and even better to not stand behind him.
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  2. jenn says:

    I collect elephants…I have close to 300…so I might need to come steal yours! ;)
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  3. Drew says:

    Quilly,
    Sage advice. Never stand behind an elephant that has had Tabasco or ice cream.

  4. Drew says:

    Jenn,
    Collecting elephants, you must need a lot of room for that hobby.

  5. Baba says:

    My sister in Florida would love this elephant; she collects them. Not interesting, but all I have this morning.
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  6. Drew says:

    Baba,
    I had nothing interesting last night except for this weird shot. I understand.

  7. As a child i had a rocking elephant that was on wheels named George Washington. I still have it in my parents attic
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  8. Drew says:

    Buck,
    I love that you named it George Washington and that you still have it, is your little one going to play with it?

  9. Danni is, she currently plays with my old rocking horse, and I am going to have break GW out
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  10. Drew says:

    Buck,
    It is great to be able to pass down old toys to the next generation.