I’m with Kamarate. She’s just got a sense of humour about her weight, and that’s awesome. Number 1 is to protect from rain, and number three is SHOCKER! a 99 cent store product from abroad where the box info has been translated into broken english.
The box in the first picture looks like it’s in an apartment building actually, I could be wrong, but those metal things on bottoms of doors usually are on apartment doors, not houses(at least, I’ve never seen a house with those things).
I laughed at the muffin-top Megan Fox- at least the girl has a sense of humor
You can see the phone book says Flagstaff (as in Arizona). Don’t imagine it rains much there. Maybe they have a problem nowadays with CIA agents scoping out packages to steal using satellites or something.
I bet bonnie’s next post is
‘I love when producers mistake me for a model, today the producer who works out of an office in paris and the alley behind walmart took some great pics of me for fatwalmarthoes.com!’
‘I love when random strangers pull up in vans and give me candy! and all I had to do was close my eyes and suck it out of a hose’ (yes, south park steal, don’t bitch)
‘I love when nigerian princes send me emails, I just got rich lending one 50 dollars, he’ll pay me back a half million tomorrow.’
They usually try to hide packages to keep them from being stolen.
Jim- you really aren’t that bright are you? Flagstaff is in northern Arizona at an elevation of 7,000′. It is located in the largest ponderosa pine forest in the U.S. Not all of Arizona is desert, in fact less than half is. Current highs in Flagstaff are in the 30s in fact.
Sasha- those are kick guards which can go on any door. Usually apartments put them in because they protect against damage, they also help form a tighter seal at the bottom which is why my own house has them. But it does look like an apartment because of the small door to the right- probably a closet and the cement landing with a crack in it.
HA never thought I’d see Flagstaff on here. And Flagstaff is, in fact, at 7,000 feet, with the mountain north of it at around 12,600 feet. It still baffles me that people don’t think that Arizona has mountains and forests. It’s not the fucking Sahara.