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Friday, July 3, 2009

Things that make you go "hmmmm".

My cousin has always had a knack for blurting out obscure, but quite correct observations. How she makes such observations is completely beyond me. I do know that she cracks me up. Here is her latest:

Me: Do you watch Nancy Grace? (Im about to talk about some case that was featured on her show).
Her: Sometimes. She creeps me out.
Me: Nancy Grace creeps you out?
Her: Yes
Me: Um...why?
Her: She looks like the Grinch.
Me: You mean the one that stole Christmas?
Her: Thats the one. Her eyes...she has Grinch eyes, its creepy.

I just chuckled and chalked it up to one of her wierd observations. Until last night that is. I was watching the Nancy Grace show, as I always do. And.I.saw.it. The Grinch look.

I tried to ignore it, I really did. But, alas, I cannot. I will forever see the Grinch in Nancy Grace, and Im afraid, during Christmas season, I will see Nancy Grace in the Grinch. So, thanks K, dear cousin of mine, for ruining two things I like to watch. Hopefully, I just didnt ruin for anyone who might be reading this, but I kind of thought I should share. After all, thats what Im here for.

See, look:

6 comments:

Lisa said...

Gee thanks. Now I'll never be able to "not" see the Grinch. The gift that keeps on giving. ;D

Mel said...

don't watch nancy grace but so true!!!

Erin said...

HAHAHAHA! That's hilarious!

Sue and Tim said...

That is so funny. Kids say what they really see or mean though and that is so right.

foxy said...

I didn't think it was possible for her to annoy me on another level, but i was oh so wrong.

"I'm Nancy Grace and I'm bound and determined to find out who stole Christmas. Where's Christmas?"

obladi oblada said...

Lisa, sorry!!! I had to share.
Mel: So, you see it?
Erin: Yeah, I think its funny now that Im used to the idea one of my fave shows is ruined (NG)
S&T: She's 38 years old, but she's been doing stuff like that forever.
Foxy: LOL: "Where's Christmas?" Thanks for my first morning laugh!

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