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Life in the slow lane

This morning on the freeway I was passed by a house.

House on wheels

Technically, it’s a trailer, but it scared the reptile part of my brain as it passed me in the right lane. I swear I was going 70mph. I think there is a joke about “house flies” in here somewhere, but my brain is too tired to put it together, so you’ll have to assemble that joke yourself. I have an Allen wrench if you need it.

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Brandi • September 8, 2010 at 12:43 pm

“House flies?” That’s just priceless. I totally laughed out loud reading this … Love this blog!

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Brandi • September 8, 2010 at 12:43 pm

Wooo, I got to be first for once!!!

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Debby • September 8, 2010 at 9:09 pm

I love it! I live just north of Cincinnati, OH, and I see these half-house pieces on the interstate at least once a week. Now you’ve made them famous. :-)

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