Sunday, July 15, 2007

Lots of Laughs!

WARNING!: Leaving your camera lying around in the presence of teenaged pranksters, can result in embarrassing pictures! Our digital camera and camcorder had a mess of pictures on them, that L and I didn't take.

I'm CERTAIN that Demi took the above picture of SME snarfing her veggie pizza. HONEST SME, I didn't take that picture! However, that didn't stop me from posting it. ;) This pic isn't QUITE as bad as the infamous "banana picture", but it's close. heehee
I HAD to take this picture of Aaron eating UNCOOKED ramen noodles! Aaron breaks up the noodles, opens the package, dumps the seasoning packet on the noodles, shakes up the bag, then eats the dry, seasoned noodles. I think he's too lazy to cook them, but Aaron insists he likes them this way. *shudder*
Here's Hairry, taking advantage of the tent effect Demi's blanket made while she was snoozing in the recliner.
Our cameras weren't the only objects that were hijacked. Demi's creations kept appearing on the desktop of our computer. The statement above, appeared the first night they were here.
The "princess" thoroughly enjoyed playing with both Shadow and Hairry, when we got together with my parents!


Ya gotta LOVE a warped sense of humor! As Cherie says: "Weird works here!"

32 Comments:

At 7/15/2007 10:52 AM, Blogger Wandering Coyote said...

Looks like a wonderful time was had by all! I can see that raw ramen might be kinda like chips with the seasoning on them...but still, I'd prefer them cooked.

 
At 7/15/2007 1:52 PM, Blogger The Zombieslayer said...

Raw ramen? I don't think I could do that.

One of the ladies at work showed me how to make ramen in the microwave. Just add ramen, the flavor packet, and water, and microwave it in a tupperware for 3 minutes.

How could SME eat pizza without any meat on it? ;)

 
At 7/15/2007 2:14 PM, Blogger Courtney said...

Weird is the best way to go, in my opinion! ;)

Raw ramen is perfectly normal. Lots of people eat them that way. Seriously. Me, too. Wait, scratch that weird thing I said before. :P

 
At 7/15/2007 2:52 PM, Blogger tweetey30 said...

I got ahold of Sme today. I left her a message on her blog that she had updated and they are talking about coming back this way to see us too. Not sure yet but she said she would let me know friday or saturday. Yippee if they do. LOL.. If they dont nothing I can do about it. I am excited but trying not to get to excited incase they dont come back this way. I love the pix of Sme with the pizza though. That was perfect for whoever took it. Raw Ramen Noodles though. No thanks. I agree with Zombie. They need to be cooked.

 
At 7/15/2007 2:54 PM, Blogger Sonja said...

You lost me when the words "raw" and "ramen" were used in the same sentence. *shudder*

 
At 7/15/2007 3:39 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Me too WC!

ZS, that's how Aaron cooks it...WHEN he cooks ramen. :(
The rest of us carnivores made up for SME. We had pizzas with hamburger, Canadian bacon, pepperoni, and sausage.
Her pizza wasn't too bad, but I drew the line at tofu. That stuff is NASTY!

Courtney, you'd fit right in with our family. Normal is seldom used when defining our family...obviously! ;)

Tweets, that route is the shortest way back here, so they just might go that way. Provided they don't want to see new scenery.

Sonja, *shudder* was my reaction to his snack too. EWWWWW! Sorry Courtney! ;)

 
At 7/15/2007 11:55 PM, Blogger MonicaR said...

LOL. Great pics. I, too, was shocked on the raw ramen thing. Maybe I'll try them that way, though....

 
At 7/16/2007 8:03 AM, Blogger Gardenia said...

This was hillarious! Raw ramen? Sometimes its good in coleslaw - but eating it like popcorn with the powder for seasoning? This one will go down in history.

Awwww, SME is a cutie!

 
At 7/16/2007 9:47 AM, Blogger tweetey30 said...

If I make my argument. They would see new scenary coming through GB. LOL... Iknow and I understand. I wont push it but I would love for them to stop by. After they hit Chicago they are only 81 miles out of Milwaukee and then two hours from us and then about another nine from you guys. So yes it sounds the shortest route after all. But like I said I understand if they dont come back this way.

 
At 7/16/2007 12:41 PM, Blogger SME said...

Man, I was so into the pizza I didn't even notice the flash.
I'm waiting for Aaron to start eating raw mac & cheese.

 
At 7/16/2007 12:56 PM, Blogger Hammer said...

Dry ramen...I tried it once and got violently ill. I like the computer screen :)

 
At 7/16/2007 2:16 PM, Blogger Z-kid said...

Hammer: You should have seen that desktop from outside; the brightness on the monitor was turned up high, so the whole room glowed pink, and illuminated the lawn. xD

ZS: I know what you mean about the veggie-pizza. Damn hippie!

You should have seen Aaron walk into the living room with the bag. It was priceless!

 
At 7/16/2007 3:11 PM, Blogger Bridget Jones said...

ROFL! Those are HILARIOUS!!!!

Agree with Zomb, uncooked ramen blech

That pizza looks great, don't blame SME a bit!

 
At 7/16/2007 4:59 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Monica, don't encourage him! ;)

Gardenia, I've had that coleslaw recipe too. I still don't think I could hack the dry noodles alone. :(

Tweets, you'd make a good lawyer. ;)

SME, I didn't either! I think she was on the floor, because she got one of me from a bizarre angle.
If he wanted something crunchy, with flavor, why didn't he eat chips?

Hammer, I think you need a teenager's stomach to hold down a snack like that. The boy is a walking garbage can! ;)

Z-Kid, I think that pink lit up the lawn more than the fireworks. ;0

Bridg, we got the pizza from a great local they-make-it-you-bake-it place. SME's pizza had sprouts, mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, and olives. We had them hold the cheese so we could put soy cheese on it. You should have seen the look on the girl's face when I told her no cheese...priceless! ;)

 
At 7/16/2007 8:58 PM, Blogger tweetey30 said...

Who me a lawyer no. I am more of a shrink than anything. People tend to like to talk tome for some reason. Even if I dont know them. LOL... Truthfully. When J and I first moved to GB we were riding the local Transit buses and this girl just started spouting her problems to me. I didnt even know who she was. LoL...

 
At 7/17/2007 8:51 AM, Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said...

I enjoy finding little things left behind after family visits. It's kinda like a part of them is still here. Heading to the dark side for cookies now, see you there!

 
At 7/17/2007 5:36 PM, Blogger Cherie said...

Ha! Looks like weird does work for you guys, too!

Cheers!!!!

(Fun post, Tish!)

 
At 7/17/2007 7:27 PM, Blogger Squirl said...

Raw Ramen noodles? Never tried it. Sounds like you guys had a great time.

 
At 7/17/2007 8:22 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Tweets, be careful what you wish for! Your girls will never be the same after they meet Demi. She's our "evil child"! ;)

VV, the only thing we've found, so far, is a pair of Doug's underwear.

Dem lied about the cookies; she's evil that way! She did snarf copious quantities of Swiss Cake Rolls though. ;)

Thanks Cherie!
Hey, if weird worked for Thoreau, who are we to argue?!
I'm certain that our families would have a blast together!

Squirl, I'm not gonna try it!
It's amazing how well Doug's family melds with ours. Our grandkids aren't blood-related, they're heart-related!!

 
At 7/18/2007 7:25 AM, Blogger Vancouver Voyeur said...

So far I've found a little Polly Pocket shoe, numerous hair ties and one tool left by M's brother. Last time they visited they left behind a pair of underwear. LOL

 
At 7/18/2007 1:38 PM, Blogger SME said...

Heh heh, I used to find the feet from Demi's Bratz dolls after every visit, and lots of ponytail holders.

Let me know if there's any sign of my jeans!

 
At 7/18/2007 5:38 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

VV, just a pair of underwear, so far. Nobody EVER leaves tools. That would be useful.

SME, did you quit using bobby pins? You used to leave a trail of them when you left. ;)
Did you buy more ponytail holders. ONE ponytail holder for the 2 of you isn't gonna work!

No jeans, either. Did you check Doug's pack?

 
At 7/18/2007 8:47 PM, Blogger Candace said...

ROFLOL!!

We do that with Ramen, too. :) In fact, I think it was just tonight that Fishy or Mollusc was asking for that.

 
At 7/18/2007 10:53 PM, Blogger The Zombieslayer said...

Tofu on pizza? Yuck!

 
At 7/19/2007 3:26 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Candace, it looks like weird works for your family too, doesn't it? ;)

ZS, no tofu on the pizza. SME made tofu stir-fry. I wasn't impressed with the texture. She says the texture is better if you freeze the tofu first.
Since tofu is more expensive than meat here, I think we'll stick with meat. ;)

 
At 7/19/2007 4:37 PM, Blogger Cherie said...

I am certain of that, too!

 
At 7/19/2007 11:40 PM, Blogger MonicaR said...

Hey Tshsmom - I am passing the 'Rockin' Girl Blogger' award on to you!

Rockin' Girl Blogger.

 
At 7/20/2007 10:22 AM, Blogger tweetey30 said...

Yahhhhhhhhhhh they are coming back through GB and shes going to call again when they get into WI. Yahhhh for me. Sorry had to tell you. Will take several pix of us since we seem not to have any since were kids. LOL..

 
At 7/20/2007 11:11 PM, Blogger Notta Wallflower said...

Ick - raw ramen sounds awful! From the pics, though, looks like you guys had a good time!

 
At 7/21/2007 8:25 AM, Blogger tshsmom said...

Notta, more good times are on the way! The family will be back here sometime this weekend.

 
At 7/27/2007 1:30 PM, Blogger La Cremiere said...

hhahahaha Love the pictures. Still laughting at your boy eating his noodles raw; I can imagine though; I never ate that as a teenager, because I was too lazy to cook them! lol. What infamous banana picture??? hmmm? Gonna have to show that now...

 
At 7/27/2007 7:34 PM, Blogger tshsmom said...

LC, the "banana picture" is the worst photo EVER taken of me. SME would love to get her hands on it, but I don't think my mother will part with it....I HOPE!

 

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