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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Jon223, Feb 5, 2004.
Anybody got any lawn gnomes...if yeah, whip em out and show em.
i'll post more later ( of diff gnomes)
aww come on, theres got to be someone...lol
well, my parents have a stone rabbit in the garden out front, but no gnomes...They're cute though! :-D
i didnt realize i only had 500K of attachment space...hrrm
That one looks like a trained killer.
oh yeah, that stick is a weapon of mass destruction
Content to stand alone
Waiting, watching, guarding Granny's home
His face reflecting simple joy
But he is not a happy Plaster boy
"Careful sonny, not too close
Unless you want a lethal dose
Patiently waiting for some shade
Wishing he could run away
Supressing any urge to roam
Such devotion from a little gnome
I once saw a calico that thought he could fly
ANd then the lanky Doberman that tinkled in my eye
A pacifict by nature, with amble common sense
But if I had my druthers, I'd rather be a fence
Now Granny, she's a good one, she shines me now and then
ANd come around this springtime, I'm due for paint again
On keeping Granny comfy, I try and earn my keep
I'm just wishing I had some eyelids, so I could get some sleep
And that would be why I don't have any of these little creatures in my lawn.
i dont get why people think they are scary...hmmm.
Well, I once stared terified at a small group of yard gnomes that some smarty pants had positioned out in the woods. I stood in terror whispering and mumbling for what seemed like hours until I began to grow braver and slowly and carefully approach them, sneaking up on them until I was close enough to touch one. Only when I had reached out and touch a gnome could I really know that they were not actually living creatures. ...but, then again - I promised myself I wouldn't tell chemical abuse stories here, so I shouldn't have even mentioned that. Just know, under the right conditions - those little gnomes are creepy as heck!
Jon223: why don't you have your location in your profile? not that i'm a member of the lawn gnome liberation front or anything...
took care of that...
Gnomes drink a lot.
hehe, I think they totally kick ass!
I want to have a couple when I get my own home :-D
I'm thinking to the tune of
"Takin' care of Business"
The rhyme structure works well ...
I added a few syllables to make it flow ...
Uuuhhhhhh... I shoulda given proper credit when I copy & pasted that in - But I'm sure Mr. Claypool doesn't mind you playing with his lyrics.
Good eye on the structure not working real smoothly -You've gotta throw in some howls and crazy bass riffs to fill out those parts
BTW - Do yourself a favor and go buy Les Claypool's Holy Mackerel Presents: A Highball With The Devil. It's a Claypool solo project from a few years back. It's developed from bits and pieces Les recorded out on tour and in his spare time over the years and features some really neat players. Recorded, mixed and produced by Les at Rancho Relaxo (Claypool's home recording studio) Les plays drums on a few tracks as well as all of the EBG, EUB, and vocals I don't remember if he did any guitar tracks but IIRC there is one or 2 tracks that are only Les, no other musicians. I love Delicate Tendrils - killer groove with spoken word vocals by Henry Rollins. It's one of my top 20 favorite albums ever! Everybody that reads this, go buy it.
My son has it!
He took it back to college with him!
He is coming home next month!
That means I'll have to enter his room,
the Black Hole
Aw, feggedaboutid ....