Saturday, June 20, 2009

P. Bones

I can't believe I forgot about this picture on my cell from The Lewis & Clark Festival last weekend.



And I really can't believe we didn't buy one.

Raise your hand if you know what "Coon P. Bones" are................

12 comments:

Mom L said...

OMG! I actually googled it, and the FIRST thing that came up was your blog address! #3 was - raised hand - raccoon penis bones!! Good grief, someone actually collected those? Knowing you and D, I'm very surprised you didn't buy 3 or 4!!

Love you anyway!!!

Lucy and Ethel said...

Holy Coon P. Bones! For real?!?!?

I'm not letting our hairballs read this....

Lucy

bigheadedbob said...

O.K. Mom L, since your hand is raised, what are they used for? And I do mean the dried ones, Um guessing here, toothpicks?

Mom L said...

BHB - how about tie tacks? They'd be real conversation pieces at dinner.....

Mom L said...

And, BHB, nice new photo of you. When are T&T going to let you start a blog?

Alix said...

Just say the letter "P" and I'm thinking peen. Sorry everyone, you can take the girl out of the cathouse, but you can't take the cathouse out of the girl.

Or should that be Coon House?

Whatev. I got it.

Lola Nova said...

I just don't know what to say to that. I probably would have bought one though, cause well, you never know when one could use a...
I can't think what you would use one for...ok everything I say sounds slightly off.
Ta

Bush Babe said...

I COULD say "only in America"... but I suspect you guys would have something on us too! Like inflicting "Kath and Kim" on your televisions. *shudder* And yes. I too am very surprised you didn't buy a couple of these as tiny drumsticks for the Loessee-to-be!
:-)
BB

Anonymous said...

um, why....?

beth said...

im with anonymous!! why?

bigheadedbob said...

O.K. BB I'll bail you out this one time. Aussie Legos, CL could build a replica of the Sidney Opera house. Estimated cost at $2ea, $180,946 dollars. About the same as CL's first year of college.

Reddirt Woman said...

Probably make good treats for my dogs... like chewsticks.

Fun post.

Helen G.