Saturday, October 25, 2008

How I got here this time?




29 comments:

the sabra said...

oh it's so good finally! thanks hashem!

:)

Rachel said...

You plowed through the snow with a pair of oars, conversing with the animals in the wilderness, until you got to Indiana. Got it.

I once did that too....

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

No No Rachel! She danced with a couple of hippies in Indiana with oars...in the snow! Good times my friend, ..good times! ; )

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

sabra: "this time"? You mean it's not your first time doing that?! akaaaay...

the sabra said...

Your last comment doesn't make sense, Shlomo. If I had written "How I Got Here Again" or something like that, then you can assume it's not my first time doing it (er neither yours or Rachel's ideas). But since I emphasized THIS TIME, it means that it was a different way.
I'm considering putting links as clues.

the sabra said...

Ooooh it's so good now!
Shmeasy, I tell you.

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

I saw the links, and all I can say is: WTF??

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

And what in G-ds name is "shmeasy"?

the sabra said...

To follow the example of Es (the eternal chacham) (oooh you are so waiting for your post, i know it)....

Please refrain from using anything even near an unclean word. I'm considering deleting.

I'm not surprised you didn't understand the links--I pretty much suspect that nobody will. It's for my own amusement :)

Shmeasy is easy. Like "easy, shmeasy".

:)

the sabra said...

aaaaaaand since you're gonna ask--es is someone who answers first things first, and last things last (as does a chochom..as is explained in pirkei avos)

so, i'm debating if i should offer a prize to the first one who figures it out.

Rachel said...

Just took a look at the links: it's actually easier than just shmeasy... You split Indiana in two: the first half was light, the other was dark (thus, obm). These are two TYPES (one of the links) of different things... okay, i really gotta work on articulating that last one better.

did i get it?

the sabra said...

LOLLLL
OMG you are nuts!
I really thought u had it!
There I am, pondering what the best prize would be..

Mishugeneh.

Hint--the last link "type" was changed from "men".

הצעיר שלמה בן רפאל לבית שריקי ס"ט said...

sabra: Now, "don't take this wrong", but you be one messed up chick. : P

Rachel said...

hey tzair.

don't call her that.

the sabra said...

shlomo-dont take it wrong? huh? is there a bad way to take that? like why would u have to warn me?

thanks rach.

(see that chriq? its RACHEL)

(hehe im crackin up here. faaaaaaast! give me back my spoon!!)

Rachel said...

reply on miris

The Babysitter said...

I'm confused...

Did Rachel get it at the end?

the sabra said...

What, the spoon? No. She refused to hand it over. Stubborn child, that one.


Ohhh you mean the 'riddle'?! Hehe, no she didn't.

I'll give ya a clue--it has to do with the post before this one.

The Babysitter said...

the riddle...ok I give up.

the sabra said...

ok

Rachel said...

Got it. The whole plowing through the snow, with oars, blah blah blah.... it wasn't you. It was him who wasn't where he shoulda been when you went to give him the cardboard mechitzas.

the sabra said...

cardboard matzos. sounds better.

ready for the next hint?
and this is a giveaway. so no prize after this one.

the links and the pictures say the same thing..one the hebrew way, and one the english way...tada..

Rachel said...

Will solve later. Must figure out lipids tonight so I can have time to revel in Ottomans later.

the sabra said...

"SHNEUR ZALMAN"

(the hebrew way and the english way)

The Babysitter said...

that is so cool, I would have never been able to guess that. But retroactively it makes sense.

the sabra said...

hehehehehehe
:D

good times! good times!

i did not remember you being so involved, rachel.

Rachel said...

Our witty banter! I can hardly understand it.

AND THAT SPOON WAS ONE OF OUR BEST PARTS EVER.

Schmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeasy.

the sabra said...

spoon?

the sabra said...

I have to research the spoon.