Thursday, June 08, 2006

What do *I* Know?





My youngest son is always taking pictures of the animals. If one of the animals is doing something cute, HE's the one to catch it. So, of course, with a new puppy, he has been quite active. So, he took this picture that he called "Splinter Babs" I didn't know what he meant by it, so he explained that Splinter Cell was a game where the guy drops down into cages with a knife. So, for fun, I went into photoshop and made this: rendition of Splinter Babs.



I showed it to the youngest and he rolled his eyes and said THAT was not the way it was supposed to be...there were no teeth or claws, and the knife was all wrong. He pointed out that he had already PUT a (Butter??) knife in the picture anyway, which I had missed:





Well, Excuse me. He pointed out that the knife needed to be a survival knife and it needed to be held a different way and that she didn't need the pointy bloody teeth or claws. So, I made this rendition instead, which he deemed appropriate for the gaming world to view. Anyone play Splinter Cell?

7 comments:

Catherine said...

No, I don't play "Splinter Cell". But I do watch "House". I think I'll keep watching despite your helpful and accurate summary a few posts down, because it's really rather entertaining anyway. Here from Michelle's today

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL...I never even heard of it! Lame, I know...
Your kitty is so cute...The Doggie looks cute too...!

Thanks for your visit and your lovely words, too! Off to Zzzzland now.

Amara said...

great blog I am really impressed

margalit said...

That poor puppy. If your cat is anything like MY cat, sitting on top of the dog cage is just a way of getting extra aggression out on the innocent pup. We foster puppies and the cat is HORRIBLE to all of them, without regard to size or shape. It it's a dog, it deserves bad treatment is his motto.

Here from Michele

shpprgrl said...

You're good! The dog in the picture below is very pretty! Here from Michele's, I thought you were skipped...and we couldn't have that! cya!

verniciousknids said...

Michelle sent me to say "Konnichi wa"

Great pics, I love the camo hat in the last shot :D

Trish said...

One of my favorite ways to keep my 5 yo busy is to give him my digital and let him click away.
It keeps him busy for a solid 30 minutes at least. And come to find out, some of the pics are pretty darn good!