At any rate, late that morning, we made it to the Louvre and got in without waiting in line. The fun started. As you may recall, we do entertain ourselves by posing with statues while we're in museums, galleries and malls. You also may remember that I tend to make up captions and such. I mean no offense to the artist (or anyone who loves a particular painting), but one of the reasons we have art is to make us think, no? I think. It just might be in a different way.
You know what I'm getting at, don't you? I started making captions for some of the paintings.
"What do you think he's saying?" Mike asked me when we saw the painting above.
"I'm a regular guy," I laughed. "I started out mopping floors, waiting tables and tending bar. . . I'm not concerned about the poor."
"Take a photo of this painting," Mike told me. "I'll use it on my Facebook page."
"What are you going to say about it?" I wondered.
"Have you seen my pants? I seem to have lost them after I left the bar." We were rolling.
" the mugger, he comes to and he starts choking me. So I'm fighting him off with one hand and I kept driving the bus with the other, ya know. Then I managed to open up the door and I kicked him out the door, ya know, with my foot, ya know...." (From Seinfeld)
Yes, I know. I'm a little crazy. It's how I roll. ;-)