Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Yabba Dabba Don't

This post has nothing to do with decorating. For Winter.  Or for holidays.

This post has nothing to do with the house.  No basement updates.  No thrifty finds.

This post has to do with fashion.  A first for this blog? A fashion faux pas.

Scrolling through reader, I came across a post from La Dolce Vita.  Noticed something a little familiar about the fashion choice of the Olsen on the right...


Does it remind you of anything?

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Ah yes.  There it is. 


"Barney, my pebbles.  Tis the season to be sharing, Fred".  Remember that xmas commercial? 

 There you go, maybe this post has to do with the holidays after all.

Have you ever unintentionally dressed like a cartoon character?

Intentionally, then?

25 comments:

Mikalah said...

HAHA! Wow, I never would have caught that, but the resemblance is uncanny. Good eye!

Carol said...

You hit the nail on the head! I would have just labeled it unfortunate and left it at that!
Good eye.

Lisa said...

yikes! LOL!

Meg said...

Bahaha! I was distracted by her legs. I want legs like that. Then I'd totally wear the shit out of that Fred Flinstone outfit!

Comeca Jones said...

lol lol lol

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Your sense of fashion faux pas is perfect and oh so funny! I don't think I've dressed like a cartoon character on purpose before, but...hmmmm, maybe by accident?

Megan said...

Haha! That's funny! I'm not a huge ble and orange color combo fan to begin with but that's just nasty!

Desire Empire said...

Was that what hse was trying to achieve?? Who knows. Love that cartoon. Lovely nenories of childhood

Jill said...

Oh that is hilarious! Nope don't think I've ever accidentally dressed as a cartoon character - but then again would I know if I had??

Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

The Boston Lady said...

Haha! Love it! And here I thought maybe she was expressing her love for The Florida Gators. Now I have heard these two have been named best dressed (by Vogue? or someone). Ann

Kathy said...

How funny is that! Great catch!
:)
Kathy

renee @ Singing With Birds said...

What a hoot...I thought it was a pumpkin costume, but you are right. Actually, I'd like to borrow it for the Bowl Game in Vegas this next Thursday. I'm a big Boise Broncos fan...go big blue & orange!!!!

Peggy57 said...

LOL the first thing I thought was Halloween and she was a pumpkin! But your right of course Fred Flintstone lol. Thanks for coming by my blog and leaving kind words.

southernscraps said...

Hilarious! Thanks for sharing.

natasha {schue love} said...

OH that is SO funny!! Good eye! ;)

Ann @ makethebestofthings said...

Love this! You made me laugh this morning, thank you! Thanks for stopping by my blog with kind words on my cork reindeer, too.

Devonay said...

I was thinking she looked like a pumpkin, but Fred Flinstone is so much better! LOL

Elle Sees said...

Ha! And now I will be paranoid of dressing like a character unintentionally.

Sourkraut said...

Haha! I don't think there are any cartoon characters unstylish enough for me to be mistaken for.

sstone said...

Hahaha! so true!
Thank you so much for your cartwheel story at everydaygameplan.net. It made my day.
Shiloh
everydaygameplan.net

classic • casual • home said...

you totally crack me up. I wouldn't mind having legs like hers...mine are more like Fred's.

Merry Christmas to you and your family,
Mary Ann

Suzy said...

Ha! That's too funny! I would never have noticed it, but you're right!

Helen said...

I agree with Meg...I couldn't stop looking at those legs...I want those legs. OH WELL.
This is hilarious!
Thanks for stopping my by blog : )

Dusty Coyote said...

Hysterical!!! I never would have caught that. Yes, those legs...wow! Maybe the legs and the shoes have blinded us to the Fred dress.

Sherry said...

I loved the comment you left for me about the heart pinboard and our closet project. Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I thought I would see what you were up to also. I enjoyed your 2011 post and see that it was a difficult year on some senses. I hope that you find each day it gets better. It's amazing what we accomplish even with a broken heart...
HUGS,
Sherry