Half the parenting, all the spooky.
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Wow, thanks, LG!
Isn't it amazing all the different "weird" things you can see in the streets of New York?!
And that stuff ain't even the weirdest! :-)
Ah, I love New York :)
Me too. :-)
cool that - can't believe I haven't been to NYC since being in the US, although I went there before that. The energy is addictive - that and the bars..
...and the crack. ;-)
lol at the spiderman! yeah i heart new York too but haven't been there in years!
That Spidey pic's a bit blurry 'cause he was moving his arms to shoot webs at me. (Not a euphemism.) :-)
LOL! I think the spiderman is right up there with Naked Cowboy. I love NY too. :)Have a great weekend!
Dude, I forgot all about the Naked Cowboy! (Whose name's a misnomer, as he's not fully naked. Thank God.) :-)
i can't help but think how hot the Spidey costume must be during the summer! And where ARE pics of the Naked Cowboy? He's a cutie! lol
I can't remember when I took that Spidey pic, unfortunately. If it was summer time then it must've been quite hot indeed, as the subway systems can really roast up. I rarely see the Naked Cowboy dude and rarely think about him...it amuses me that he's come up twice on the comments, here. :-)
Awesome pics! I have never been to New York, but I love the eclectic blend of the weird and wild. I do really want to visit! But ummm... not to live there -- too expensive and, like in a relationship, things that seem quirky and humorous when new become annoying and irritating with too much exposure. ;^)And who's the hottie next to Harry? ;^)
I'm with you about too much NY not being a great thing. I live in the 'burbs, which takes the edge off. Though I suppose I could be ok living in a nice, quiet neighborhood on Manhattan Island. Though it's stupidly expensive to live there, indeed. And thanks for the compliment. :-)
Fabulous pictures! I love seeing stuff like that. Recently, our town has done an art project with brains. Yeah, brains. Big brain statues in various spots around town. There's a knitted one downtown and a blue swirly one near one of the parks I frequent.
Hilarious - they're really taking the whole zombie apocalypse thing seriously over there, eh? Are the fake brains meant to distract the reanimated so that the townsfolk can make a break for it??? ;-) I'd love to see some pics of these on *your* blog!
Oh, New York! I love it, too. Sigh! Loved the photos.
NEW YORK!!!... AWESOME PLACE!YOU HAVE AN INTERESTING SPACE!THANKS FOR PASSING BY MINE ...A BIG HUG
My pleasure, Ariel! :-)
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