innocent drinks juice our drinks us news family bored? press innocent kids health careers
 
daily thoughts
weekly news
 
innocent - healthy jan
innocent - healthy jan
fruit picker
the dudes banana plane iPhone app


long live Alex
daily thoughts

This is what's on our mind today.
If you fancy getting a weekly digest in your inbox, join the family here

« your words made t-shirt | Main | hot and bothered »

August 03, 2011

Comments

Maybe he left behind his work soul and that's what it looks like.

That's what happens when you knock over Dumbledore's Pensieve and leave it to dry

First attempt at blowing glass? Maybe it was supposed to be a vase.

It's his vortex bubble, like the one in the film Donnie Darko. He must've left it behind accidentally.

Maybe it's a depressed bubble, so sad :(

It's the frozen teardrop of a sad giant :(

It's a fossilised Trill symbiont! He must be treeibly sad being half a person.


CLEAR THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY..........

..............it's a highly toxic see-through blob monster in the late stages of pregnancy. You will be over-run with clones within hours
[unless you send me £10,000]

It's a baby one of those underwater things from the film the Abyss, it's sleeping because it's out of it's natural medium but soon it will mimic and confuse all of you

It's a clear glass boomerang, a brilliant weapon cos no-one can see it bcoming, lol!

It's a pencil holder (as designed by Dali).

Is it Alex Mack? I haven't seen her since the 90's.

It's a new bubble for a giant spirit level!

I'm sure people have been looking everywhere for one!

it could be a melting Dali clock without the face but I fear it's a silicone implant for old ladies.

I have no idea so it must be
ART

Either it is a hook for hanging his man bag off or it is a stand from which to lean his umbrella/walking stick on :D

It's a bubble - slinky hybrid, unfortunately when they went to push it over the edge it got a bit scared and froze!

The Alex Mack comment = hilarious!... though I feel old now. My only suggestion is also a bit too old for some of the readers. :-)

Did he sneeze just before he left for his hill?

Its obviously the fossilized nasal discharge of a Snotalotasaurs, its about 100000000000000 Trillion years Old.... Il give you £2.63 for it.....

It looks like some sort of melted lightbulb...working too hard & into the little hours haha

It looks like an attempt at attention seeking, to make sure people don't forget about him, while he is away

Maybe its his patronus to protect his desk against snooping office workers. It just happens to be a worm.

it's just a cosmic slug from another galaxy, transmitting on his frequency, it only lives on zero gravity

a bean bag for his invisible pixies. He wanted them to be comfortable whilst he was on holiday.

I too agree with the Alex Mack comment, it was the first thing I thought...

it is God

amen

Well I don't know what it is, but I want one :):).

It's a sweet dispenser. His desk is in need of a plant... there's an idea for a promotion.

It looks like a hollow shaped glass bubble which has been purposfully pulled out over an edge to be an ornment or paperweight on a desk. Im a glass blower and still really not sure what it is :s.

The comments to this entry are closed.

subscribe to this blog's feed


youtube
our YouTube channel

flickr
innocent big knit 2010
2008/2009/2010 AGM
veg pot veg art
2008 village fete

our other blogs
innocent in Sweden blog*
innocent in Ireland blog
innocent in Denmark blog*
our Big Knit 'knitter-natter' blog
our innocent village fete blog
*contains foreign language & open sandwiches

monthly archive
2011
january |  february |  march |  april |  may |  june |  july |  august |  september |  october |  november | 
2010
december |  november |  october |  september |  august |  july |  june |  may |  april |  march |  february |  january | 
2009
december |  november |  october |  september |  august |  july |  june |  may |  april |  march |  february |  january | 
2008
december |  november |  october |  september |  august |  july |  june |  may |  april |  march |  february |  january | 
2007
december |  november |  october |  september |  august |  july |  june |  may |  april |  march |  february |  january | 
2006
december |  november |  october |  september |  august |  july |  june | 



powered by typepad