Tuesday, March 6, 2007

In San Diego We Saw A Sweet Hobo In A Denim Dress Like My Mother Shauna and Her Sister Susan Wear Every Day


Isn't this guy rad? Click to enlarge.

Thanks yo.

18 comments:

-KJ said...

You need to see Kevins mission pictures of vagrants in bubble wrap and another guy with a KFC bucket on his head doing karate moves! Those are priceless!

-KJ said...

At least this guy tries to mix it up a little by gathering it on the bottom and tying his dreads under his chin instead of at the back of his neck. Our moms looked the same everyday.

Lyd said...

I think that he prolly went to the DI and found one of their many dresses. And I do agree that the dreads around the chin give it a little spicy kick!

Alli Fantastico said...

yes, and I'm very glad to see he was wearing shoes. My mother would have been wearing penny loafers and Susan would be barefoot...not unlike I prefer.

Kjersten, you need to post Kev's pics, post haste.

-KJ said...

Your mom would have been wearing penny loafers with gym socks.
I don't have a scanner, so I will try and find them and take them to me ma's house.

Little E said...

Remember that bag lady in San Fransisco that literally had paper bags on her feet and as we all looked to see her she bent over and showed us her lack of underpants. Our moms freeked out.

-KJ said...

Would YOU like to wear the same nasty undies everyday? I don't blame her.

Alli Fantastico said...

I love using the word "underpants"!!!

Ryan Nelson said...

Mom just left to the Temple 5 minutes ago wearing a jean hobo dress. Maybe its a sign of humility.

Eliza said...

both moms in denim dresses, NO shoes, just socks with 7-11 feet. I have the memory of coming home from school and seeing them drive up in the bullet, stepping out with 7-11 socks with super BG's in hand. Then a few minutes later the phone would ring and Uncle Paul would say..."hey.. is sue there?"

-KJ said...

Man, we were always calling your house looking for our mom! Heaven forbid she carry around (a cinder block size) cell phone so her kids could actually find her! No, I get it now! She was a genius! I need to learn to hide like that from my kids and hubby! Just kidding!

Eliza said...

you know what though....I'm gonna be the mom that the kids will say, "my mom had a zip-up hoodie in every color and she wore one everyday with a white shirt and jeans". Anyone want to nominate me for What not to Wear?

Mandy said...

liza, you sound like me. i wear the same thing every day. i dont go anywhere half the time and less laundry!! i love my zip up hoodies!!

Alli Fantastico said...

I'm a cardigan girl. I wear a cardigan every day.

Also, Ryan...haha, did you giggle at your mom wearing the hobo dress?

-KJ said...

I'll nominate you, but you need to secretly buy me $1,000 worth of clothes! That is one of my fav shows!

Ash-ah-leee! said...

i'm assuming the "Do Not Enter" and "Wrong Way" signs are directed toward people like us....in order to stay away from the hobos of San Diego...

Lyd said...

Calling my mom...what a great memory. "Is my mom there?" To this day, when ever my mom goes and stays with your mom, and I call and ask if she is there (her phone is usually in the car or dead) and if John picks up, he always laughs. I don't blame him. A 19 year old calling asking for her mom at their house!! Funny as crap.

Ash-ah-leee! said...

Lyd...I think he's laughing more at the fact that when you call he knows EXACTLY what you're calling for. Ever since we was kids! hahahahha