Doubting Masculinity


Hmmmm.

It has to be a Y chromosome thing.

Any man that doesn't do this when he sees a tea cosy, or doesn't at the very least suffer a raging internal battle with himself...

Weeellll (said in low growly voice)! He isn't a man really.

Comments

Ginga Squid said…
OMG the blue one!!!!!
Ms Bubblefish said…
Ur TOTALLY mad,crackers, bonkers, but I do LOVE your style Girl!
lynne h said…
hee!!! wonderful, loani! (surely grrl is honored to have her man *and* dog pictured here)...
caroline douglas said…
These are fabulous! I love what you are doing!
Grand Purl Baa said…
Ah yes Lynne. Surely she is. Those cosies on their heads? They are Harlequin Flower and Roly Poly - originals from Wild Tea Cosies.

And I am honoured to have them wear them.
mem said…
Ooooh - I'll have to try putting one on the cat....
grrl + dog said…
You've started a trend..

Don isleaning iver my shoulder as I write this.. chuckling away.

Best of luck for Pecha Kucha, tell me when!
YOu need fans there,
Chrisy said…
Gosh I'd go so far as to say these ultra masculine men are another species...an evolutionary breakthrough no less...
little hat said…
Is the evolution a movement towards the bottom right hand corner. At least he seems to be the most at home in his cosie. Clear eyes, cold nose, grey hair. I aspire to all of these.
Jacqui said…
LOL - excellent hairy men the lot of them. But my favourite is the dog - it really suits him! I wonder if they fit on chickens?...
Annabel Candy said…
I'd love to see a real man slip on that pink pom pom party girl tea cosy, I like that one, it's like a pink poodle.
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