Tales From My Youth — Do Not Throw!

I found a good video to go with the post! 

The Way to Off Center & Not Even

This video by Maira Sadowaska goes well with this post

Before you click “Like”, I would suggest going to http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2015/7/tales-from-my-youth-do-not-throw and reading the post, as you might find it rather disturbing and not “like” it at all. It is the first of what will be a series of posts on tales from my youth.  “Tales From My Youth — Do Not Throw!”, while not necessarily the most disturbing tale from my youth, was one of the easier tales to create photographs to illustrate it.

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11 thoughts on “Tales From My Youth — Do Not Throw!

  1. LOL… I remember that one, Tim. I thought it was great. I guess it takes the right sort of sense of humor though. And some people can be squeamish over any little thing.
    Have a fabulous Friday. Hugs.

  2. I remember the story, Tim…one of my favorites. Are you going to start a series of “Tales From My Youth Here?” They made for some interesting reading. 😀
    I loved the visuals and song in the video you shared; unfortunately, I didn’t understand the language. When I get the time, I’ll have to see if the video is offered with English subtitles.

    • Thanks, Cathy! If I do anymore tales from my youth I’ll do them on the WP side of the blog. Too many things going on right now to think about tales from my youth. The letters from Madrid are easier, because they are already written. There is no subtitled version the video that I know of.

  3. Wow…that’s quite a workplace experience! (I did wonder where this was all going to lead when I first started reading the post.) All good fodder for stories and memories in later years. I’m curious now to see what else is going to be revealed in your “tales of youth.”

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