Ridiculous, I know. But I couldn’t resist. When I saw this I had to have a shot of it. Even on a bad day, he makes me laugh. I find it interesting the way his cigar, hat, glasses, and boots contrast the rest of him and his “lounge chair”.
But then I think, he looks so pleased with his situation. Comfortable, rested, settled. In no hurry to get anywhere, do anything. Harmless.
In contrast with the way the world looks to me today. Sometimes the smile he brings to me is accompanied by a tear.
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absolutely love him 🙂
He’s got a certain je ne sais quoi about him, right? 😉
He’s definitely living the life of Riley! Carefree guy in a less than carefree world. We all need to be more like him!
Haha! Thanks :-).
Thanks for making me smile, Gemma 🙂
My pleasure. 🙂
I would not be able to resist him either! 🙂
He’s got some kind of charm.
What a character!
Good of you to stop by, Roberta. 🙂
I think… but I’m not quite sure… that I may be speechless! 🙂
Funny peculiar! 🙂
And I spell like a dope! That’s you’re. Not your! Duh. He probably spells better than I do.
But he’s not as nice! 🙂
You’re a charmer ;-).
Thank you, Cee.
I hope your ‘not so good day’ is now a distant memory.
I am intrigued by your fellow! Where on earth did you find him?
Way in the back of a garden center. I don’t even know if I was suppose to be back there! 😉
How cool! I am going to spend some time lurking in the back of my garden centre too! Who knows what I might find!
He is quite unique!
Sometimes the road less traveled…:-).
Yup. I thought so too. 😀