Thursday, November 1, 2007

Two Randoms

One thing I've thought numerous times in public restrooms has been that I am glad my name is not "Kimberly Clark." While the name is a beautiful one, it is in fact on many toilet paper rolls and I sure wouldn't want to be associated by such things. So, to any of you that have that name, I am sorry such a wonderful name was chosen to be the name of that company.



Also, what is up with this?

Who does this? Why 23? I simply don't understand. Is this for humor, because I laughed! I seriously saw this in a neighborhood and just said, "hmmmm."

Thought you could think "hmmmm" with me!

5 comments:

StaceyStace said...

Hey, I sense a kindred spirit! (I'm an organizational freak, too - I call it the "inner domestic goddess"! Of course, I didn't waste much time with the candy - until I had more than my share. (Right at this particular moment I am really tired and wanting to go to bed and leave the house messy. The dilemma is that I may wake up in the middle of the night thinking about how much earlier I need to get up in order to clean up! I'm weighing the pros and cons... Isn't that absurd?

Chelle said...

Both of those made me laugh. Despite having a name associated with toilets and such, I bet the person is quite wealthy as a result of that "crap" (pun intended). Love the speed limit sign too, just keep folks on their toes I guess. :)

Jennifer and Michael said...

Rachel, I found your comment on my blog that you found through Suzanne. You asked the question about how many children I have and I never saw the comment so I never responded. I have three beautiful children, two girls and a boy. I love your blog. It has made me laugh today, and I needed that.

Connie said...

Kimberly Clark...yes a big company here in Tulsa. I have friends who work there...I'm getting cases of wipes, diapers and TP for $5 each. Holy Crap...that's cheap!...

Aron & Suz said...

you are so funny! and you make a good point about poor KC. i remember once going on a senior year road trip and we stayed in this camp ground and there was a speed limit sign that said "7 1/2" miles. who drives in halves?!!