torsdag, september 08, 2005

An End of Summer HNT?


I'm back with another half-nekkid Thursday contribution...or, as I seem to be doing it, half-nekkid every other Thursday. Like my last HNT offering, this one was taken near Mendocino. Thor is in the process of writing T + K in the sand, surprisingly romantic considering how avowedly unsappy we both are.

Happy HNT to you all!

14 kommentarer:

lecram sinun sagde ...

Before I read the post I thought that this was some pirate themed HNT. Sweet pic. cheers and happy hnt!

amygeekgrl sagde ...

lovely picture. very romantic indeed. :)
happy hnt!

Scott & Julia sagde ...

Aww, how sweet. Great pic :)

Chick sagde ...

Here's to sappiness!

Opaco sagde ...

sometimes, the unsappy kind find moments of sappiness, glad you shared yours with us.

Jenny sagde ...

That was very sweet---GAG! Just kidding!

Queen Of Pink sagde ...

Sometimes sappy is a necessary evil.

Great pic!! Happy HNT!

Belly sagde ...

Toes in the sand, one of my favorite things, sappy or not ;)

Happy HNT!

Rachel sagde ...

Aww, that's sweet.

Daphnewood sagde ...

you can always start your own phenomenon HNEOT for those of us who only use the digital camera every other week. I like sappy BTW

addict sagde ...

I wanna go to the beach now!!! Very cool!

Sangroncito sagde ...

Sand and toes...yum!

Chibithulhu sagde ...

Chibithulhu does not understand Half Nekkid Thursday, because Chibithulhu never wears clothes.

the image reminds chibithulhu of a story. A wonderfully devolved acolyte and Nyarlathotep were walking together along a beach, and they both looked back at the barbous letters their tentacle-prints left in the sand.

"You said you would always be with me," the acolyte said to the Crawling Chaos. "You said we would dance on the edge of endless nighted gulfs and laugh together as humanity dissolves."

"Yeah, so?" replied the End of All Knowing, Nyarlathotep.

"I only see one set of tracks going back a good ways," the acolyte gibbered.

"Yes. I got hungry and ate you," replied the King From the East Who Will Come In the Night and You Will Not Know Him.

kimananda sagde ...

To all - I am pleased to see such romantics in the blogosphere! I'll remember that favorably at the next blogable sappy moment.

daphnewood - HNEOT, I like it! It could be a hit!

chibithulhu - you my dear (and I mean that in an appropriate way, like 'you my dear who strike fear into the hearts and souls of humanity') are very funny and shall very soon be linked.