Monday, August 11, 2014

Go ask your parents, kids


Notice which one spells properly.

15 comments:

deadmandance said...

I'm under 30 and I see it as a dumb cat that someone is torturing with props.

Richard Blaine said...

huh, I saw John Denver.... Should I be worried?

Goober said...

Under 40. Never read Harry potter. Never saw the movies. Could possibly give less of a shit about Harry Potter, but haven't put enough effort into Harry Potter to even know if that's the case.

Under 40. Don't care aobut John Lennon, either. Could maybe give less of a shit about John Lennon, but again, haven't really put that much thought into him to even know.

All I see is a cat wearing a pair of dorky glasses.

Nosmo King said...

Hairy Potter, perhaps?

Old NFO said...

Well one, out of three ain't bad... And most have NO idea who Ghandi is!

Rev. Paul said...

Almost 60. I see that delightful lass I flirted with in high school. :)

Graybeard said...

Hairy Plopper.

Over 60.0 and saw none of the above guys. Just the bad grammar.

Archer said...

Under 40, and that is NOT Harry Potter (who wore black-rimmed glasses, held together with tape).

It's Professor MacGonagall.

Chickenmom said...

Mmmm.... would have guessed Teddy Roosevelt

Dave H said...

"Notice which one spells properly."

None of the above? Although I'm much more willing to forgive misspelling "Gandhi" than misusing "you're."

And I'm with Richard Blaine. Those are definitely John Denver glasses.

Goober said...

"Mmmm.... would have guessed Teddy Roosevelt"

You aren't dating yourself with that comment, I hope.

Just from the pictures, right? :)

Borepatch said...

Dave H, the Internets that you just won will be available for pickup at the usual place. The usual time. You know what I mean.

NotClauswitz said...

Lennon would try to turn you on, Harry might try and turn you off, Mohandis would ask you to sit a spell...but Theodore Roosevelt might loan you a rifle.

Mark Philip Alger said...

Over 60. Cat in glasses. Wondering how you diagnose feline presbyopia.

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Phil said...

Over 50 and I see Benjamin Franklin.

Oh my........