Quicksand? Here? No way!

August 13, 2008

Quick quiz: the words this guy LEAST wants to hear are…

“Sorry hon, looks like we left the sunblock at home!”

“Wow, I didn’t think the tide would be coming in for hours!”

“Hey Dad! Here comes the Beach Dentist!”

“Yikes, what the heck is a Zamboni machine doing way out here?”

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Mohmmed Emad is buried neck-deep in the sand at Siwa Oasis, Egypt, August 12, 2008. The people in Siwa believe that being buried in the sand during the hottest time of the day can cure rheumatism, joint pain and sexual impotency. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri

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look honey, the dog has to potty

Posted by Redbuck | Report as abusive

I am not claustrophobic, but looking at that is enough to make me feel that way. Plus, now I am thinking of sand in all the, uh, unmentionable places, yucko…

Posted by Dee T | Report as abusive

Some hard-of-seeing child comes by wanting to play soccar. . .

Posted by Cherlindrea | Report as abusive

Sorry about the cat, I didn’t think he’d go to the bathroom so close to your head.

Posted by Krista | Report as abusive

“Shovel? What shovel?”

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