Thursday, June 10, 2010

Silly Interlude

One more for the night, and I'm out. Here a picture of my ugly mug, the only one of myself on the internet besides maybe something on my daughter's facebook. Yesterday, a friend and I were discussing something that's been bugging me ever since I took that picture, namely- what the hell is that green shit on the left side of the pic? I took it standing 3 or 4 feet in front of my open garage, middle of the day, good lighting. There were mainly stacks of boxes behind me inside the garage, maybe a few other pieces of garage junk and bric-a-brac, but absolutely NOTHING like that green shit. Plus if you look closely, the green shit is somewhat transparent near my head, before it spreads out and becomes solid and all shiny. Naturally, I assume it's a photographic defect of some kind, but it's like nothing I've ever seen before. Plus you'll notice that it sort of disappears behind my shoulder, which seems strange.

Anyhow, I thought I'd end the evening with a little puzzler. Any suggestions?


Garrett said...

It's encephaloflatus (brain fart). See how it's coming out your ear there? ;)

In other news, check this out.

Like it says on your front page, "Comedy is tragedy that happens to other people." It would've been a lot funnier if the brick hit it's mark. Not to mention, probably saved someone else a life sentence on Earth.


metamorphhh said...

Garrett: Phew! That was close!

So, it's 1 for brain fart, then? Well, it certainly was sparkly!:)

Josep said...

I always thought it was a kind of Marx Brothers joke, the smoke of the cigarrete coming out of your ear... But now I see it's not aligned properly.
It also may be a huge demonstration of spermatozoa, complaining about your blog; or the souls of those who want to be born, whispering to you: "Stop the boycott". :)

The Plague Doctor said...

It's the Ghost of Antinatalism Future.

Constant said...

Maybe some interplay of light and dust in the air?

Shadow said...

I always thought you put there with photoshop to look cool.

Uhm, that is weird and curious, thanks for bringing a little mistery to us all Jim


Mitchell said...

I shared Shadow's assumption. I vaguely thought it was something from high-energy physics, and you were making an odd but cute statement about having an affinity for the cosmic perspective. Later I did explicitly wonder, "what the hell is that?", but I never got as far as "photographic defect".