Thursday, November 29, 2007

found yesterday


Kentucky Fried Chicken refresher wipe




"I'm walking in this heat with my crook leg," she said.

"You'd need a crane to hold up your head," he replied.

('pocketed' snippets of conversation found while walking on the footpath
and to the Op-Shop on a very hot day)

54 comments:

AMEN said...

i kind of wish that were a colonel approved condom instead of handi-wipes.

stickpaste said...

i work at a rental car place and i find the most unspeakable things inside of returned cars i clean. really amazing.

hey mike, thanks again for dropping me a line. got me thinking.

i like the idea of this blog. more?

chimerastone said...

I always find bits shopping list, receipts in mine.
Nice blog very interesting. You keep an eye on ground there might be interest thing to pick up and put in your pocket. The last thing I found was a couple of glass beads and a butterfly charm. Metal bottle cap always catches my eye, don't need them though.

rooloo said...

How funny! Thanks for being so creative and sharing!
rooloo

Holy Cuteness said...

Cool blog!

Leland said...

nice

headcase said...

I like this. I have never seen anything like this. Keep up the good work.

Joanna B., native Texan, Steve Earle fan, resident of Minnesota said...

i love this site!!!! keep up the good work....

The Blog Avenger said...

So....is this a blog about only things found in pockets? I'm sorry for being so slow, but I'm stunned that this is all there is.
Just trying to get clarification.

The Age of Cabello said...

They might not work as condoms but they are great to cum in.

robin hood said...

yes, but who's pockets??

Nightingale said...

This blog is so creative. I love your bluntness. It's refreshing.

melissajane said...

Wow, interesting.
Far too interesting for simply pocket findings.

Lindsey Monyelle said...

That's hilarious! I just stumbled across this blog, very cool concept.

Alley Writer said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, "Found" in pockets. I thought it said, "Fondled"!

Really, this is an interesting concept blog. Good luck.

Executive Sous Chef R. Alan said...

We need more found stuff. This would be a good site for open posting days like we are doing at our blog. Handy wipe! Nice!

Paper Propaganda said...

haha, the condom idea is funny.

i also love the idea of the blog... it amuses me :)

RattleSnake said...

this just made me hungry...thanks for the help

blogstar said...

This blog is cute. Do ask random people on the street to pull out the junk in their pockets. It would be interesting to note what different people carry with them. I usually card a usb flash drive with anti virus software loaded on it. www.adamcpennington.googlepages.com BC Computer Repair Fontana

t said...

hey can i add you on my blogroll?

farustar said...

interesting blog...found you off "blogs of note"

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Dan said...

Another pocketed quote. Today I heard a mother talking to her little girl on my way to the paper recycling bin.

Girl: Do spiders eat their insides?

Mother: They eat *all* their insides. They can turn it all to liquid.

sapotahu said...

interesting and very creative blog. i love it.

San Francisco Photos said...

It's great to find that ... you never know how dirty your hands are going to be and when you are going to need to wipe them!

wheatgerm said...

KFC is for me

indierocker said...

cool, yeah, cool, bit it seems that skanky jane stopped posting last november! is that so? does anybody know about her? ..we miss her posts... and in my pockets i never find anything interesting anyway...

indierocker said...

and what is starnge is that all comments are from the last two days, in spite of the fact that she stopped bloggin gin november... what's this, f* blag? (blog-lag)? blogspot needs a tune-up

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nice idea for a blog! first time i've seen one like this! so unique~

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The Patriot said...

Are you part of the revolution?

MeaMea said...

I always have something random in my pockets!! Also I have the most random things in my purse

Nina said...

great blog! if you are at all interested in music, i would love it if you checked mine out:

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Elixound Inc. said...

Next time someone asks if you have a KFC Get Fresh Moist Towlette or Wet Nap i can give them one. That should be very comforting for all you OCD People.

darkman said...

Hope it wasent too greasy.

spinningtape said...

haha, I also thought it was a condom :)

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Piper said...

Nice blog! SOOOOO, much more creative than mine, but please check it out anyways. You should go up to random people and ask them what's in their pockets... THAT would be funny! I also did think it was a KFC condom.. HAHAHAHA

balal said...

hey.
Thats a cool idea to blog on. Never found something like this. I have found blogs that post the sms messages that hey get. But this is unique.
good luck

Stephanie said...

Really neat blog! I'm sure you would like to enter my Weirdo contest on my blog!

SuperSaki said...

Today, found only hot air in my pockets

glenda said...

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radiohed said...

funny & creative..:)

Levon Gavalian said...

;)

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Copacabana Bikinis said...

tmDo you can found brazilian bikinis in pockets?

lilith said...

KFC is absolutely disgusting. i don't know how people can still work there. its so greasy and not to mention that they treat their animals horribly.

cdwillis: said...

Reminds me of when I was in the 5th grade one of my friends brought a plain packaged wipe like one of these to school and told everyone it was a condom.

Hustla said...

how did this get so many comments wow, simple and nice. i like.

Miho Sakato said...

amazing blog!

from tokyo:)

The Girl from the Ghetto said...

Does it count if I submit what I found in my purse? Because I found MY WILL in my purse about 2 weeks ago, whoops!!!

Bill Donovan said...

The images are nice, they site on the field of the background rather than occupying rectangles.

I really enjoyed looking at this, great idea.

Best,
Bill

Cross Brasil said...

It's great!!! LOL!!!

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KAV-Z said...

Just a refresher wipe???? I got enough crap in my pocketsto keep me alive on a desert island for a week!

Kinichi River Designs said...

For some reason, this just cracked me up! :) Love your blog!

strangeloop said...

I think I like this website
but its kind of wierd
but wierd is good too.