Nearly Wordless Wednesday: The Ultimate Question

Which came first: the Galactic Hero or the hole?

Yeah. That's Obi Wan. Sticking out of my wall. OUT OF MY WALL!

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59 thoughts on “Nearly Wordless Wednesday: The Ultimate Question

  1. Hee! I love the look on his face! “What? Shouldn’t you be helping me extricate myself from this situation instead of standing there screeching like a fishwife?”

  2. You should send that photo to Lego for use in their ads. Who knew their product was so sturdy and durable? It’s very impressive when you think about it, as I am sure you have…

  3. We are about to put our house on the market (after raising three kids in it). We hired a painter to do the repairs: Room with posters ranging from Spice Girls to Harry Potter to Jack Sparrow, countless awards and ribbons and photos of friends pinned to the wall – $575.00, Room painted nearly black by teenage boy who decided not to tape the windows and trim, but added lots of cool red stencils – $675.00, spot in master bedroom where 17 year old’s foot went through the wall after being grounded for bad grades – $275.00 . . . Patch as you go. 🙂

  4. I. AM. DYING!!! This is hilarious. Thanks for a great laugh today! Of course I’m sorry about the wall. . .bah hahahahaha!!!!

  5. Oh, dear. You could cover it up with a poster or something until he gets past this stage & then you could fix the wall. He really wouldn’t learn anything that way though would he? Make him help you patch & paint the wall in a couple years?

  6. Funny! 🙂 Reminds me of when I was around 10 yrs old and a friend and I were playing street hockey at his house in the family room. We got a little rough and managed to knock a hole in the wall – which we tried to hide by putting a picture of Jesus over it… This did not work. My friend’s mother saw the picture of Christ and immediately looked behind it. The picture being located on the wall only three feet above the floor and near a corner was probably a clue… Lol!

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