Three times a subject of photographs also featuring old gum.
And I love you.
The dogs seem unimpressed, though.
Every afternoon I stand by a second floor window in the Ed Sullivan Theater and take mediocre photos of guests as they enter and leave the Late Show with David Letterman. In the foreground of each shot is a wad of old gum I noticed on the window ledge. There may be better paparazzi photos on the internet, but this is the only place you'll find the juxtaposition of celebrities and hardened gum. Enjoy!
Wow, Lionel is able to swallow a sword shaped like a hip, pony-tailed, backpack-wearing New Yorker. What talent.ReplyDelete
I saw it as Lionel looking up to ask the Almighty, "Hello, is it me you're looking for?"Delete
The great thing about having a famous singer in CelebriGum is the ready-made pile of references.
There's a ready-made pile of something.Delete
He's my favorite singer named after a toy train.ReplyDelete
What about R&B crooner/16th century astronomer Tycho Brahe?Delete
If you had to ask... I don't know how that phrase ends.Delete
Amazing! That Commodore usually doesn't show up until Fleet Week...ReplyDelete
Hey who is the crumpet just beyond the dogs? She looks vulnerable and in need of a friend, lost in the big city; bold enough to venture out, yet frightened like a tiny rabbit.ReplyDelete
I don't know, Karl; sorry I can't introduce you. But with slang for women like "crumpet," I'm sure you'll do just fine without my help.Delete
The broads love it when I talk like that.Delete