Offtopicland. This still isn't the place to discuss politics, religion, or hot-button social issues, however.
Where is my Craig Krenzel Matryoshka Doll?
Hint is below.
After visiting COSI, the Drexel, Franklin Park Conservatory and Ye Olde Mill it was time to visit various parts of the world.
We headed southwest from Ye Olde Mill and eventually made it to our destination. My daughter wanted to hang out with Pepe and my son liked watching Unga.
If I wasn't a confident guy I would have been a little nervous about my wife wanting to spend a lot of time in a room with a tall stranger who is well "hung".
Do you know where my Craig Krenzel doll is?
Please use your brain and not a search engine to find the answer.
"I'm sick of following my dreams. I'm just going to ask them where they're goin', and hook up with them later." ~ Mitch Hedberg
Please don't use your brain
Making it hard on us, Remy.
I was hoping to fix that before somebody read it.
I need to get a new typist, but for some reason it's difficult for me to fire her:
Ya, I fail to see any dilemma with your current typist.
"Evil shenanigans!" - Mac
I am not very smart, but I recognize that I am not very smart.
Can't be sure, but the picture looks like the columbus zoo right after you walk in. Not sure what to make of the hint lol.
That is the Columbus zoo.
Jack Hanna and I went to the same high school - just years apart.
You guys are good, the Krenzel Doll was at The Columbus Zoo:
What's up with the Kanga on the ground?
It was laying down/sleeping in the middle of the path. I asked the zookeeper who was standing there if I could place Krenzel next to the kangaroo, but she was not in favor of the idea. That's why the doll looks like it is floating.
My kids thought the sleeping kangaroo was "awesome".
Totally awesome - so cool you're including your kids in the action. Should we all assume they are big Buckeye fans as well?
As big as fans as kids aged 7 and 4 can be. They don't have the attention spans to sit through an entire Ohio State game...yet. My wife tells me that when they attend high school games the kids are more interested in the fans/kids, band and the concession stand than they are the game.