Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Twin Tuesday

For some reason, Karen insists that Patsy from Monty Python & the Holy Grail and I are the same person...

10 comments:

Kirsten said...

Well, lets take a picture today in your 'hunting' outfit and see to compare! Do you have a cap that matches?

Steelerfan06 said...

How did you capture that picture from the movie? There's another character in the movie that IS your twin. He/she (can't tell) is a by-stander in the crowd that's debating if the girl is a witch...and that if she is lighter than a duck that she must be a witch. If you can find her, I promise, you'll see the resemblance!

bo_berrin said...

I know which one you mean, Russ! YES, that one is an even closer resemblance! This particular shot of "Patsy" doesn't show the similarity, but when one views Patsy in motion, it's uncanny. Hey, Kristy, I dare you to scan & post your Patsy-shot we came across last week! Then the resemblance will be clear! LOL

mad4books said...

"When one views Patsy in motion"? You mean...when Patsy is clomping around the countryside with two coconut shells, pretending he's riding a horse?

THAT reminds you of me? Am I some sort of freak?!?!

Sandra said...

Do you know how much that picture scares me? Every time I open your blog, I stop breathing for the second it takes me to see that this face will NOT jump out at me.... or will it?
I can't wait for you to post another entry, so I can visit without fear...

Melanie said...

Since you have a few days until the next 'twin Tuesday' :) I think you ought to post another picture so we can be sure...

I haven't seen the movie... so, I'll have to take your word about the 'in motion', but coconut shells??? Oh my, That has to be funny!!!

Kristy, you'd better come to your own rescue here!! :)))

mad4books said...

Oh, Melanie...I *wish* I could come to my own rescue on this one, but the picture Karen wants me to post is so bad--so very, very bad--it makes Patsy look good.

If I can find the particular photo Karen dared me to post (it's in one of the boxes in the garage), I'll suck it up and post it...with horror and regret!

Misadventures of the Dynamic Uno said...

I haven't seen the movie either--so I can't help you there.

bo_berrin said...

MP&tHG is one of those goofy movies like Napoleon Dynamite--you wonder why you wasted that 2 hours, but then find yourself reciting silly quotes from the movie for the rest of your life! And the more times you watch it, the funnier it gets. (Especially at 2 a.m., doped up on Benadryl.)

betheeegail said...

oh, i totally see it.

bessie