I have not only a thing for giraffes, but also for llamas. Maybe because my Dad brought home a poncho from Peru once, made out of llama wool, and the entire family was constantly fought over it, because it was the cosiest, warmest blanket substitute ever.
Today I wanted to write a post about men and deserts due to last night’s desert experience at Massimo’s. It turns out to be one of those ‘just breathe and let go’ days alas I don’t want to get into a rant. Therefore something different today. Admittedly I’m being a copy cat, because
I read this http://seedsthoughts.blogspot.com/2011/05/products-to-covet.html
which lead me to → http://www.jeanniejeannie.com/
where I found this: http://llamafont.com/
Ta Dah! Here is her explanation why you need a llama font:
“What is Llama Font? It’s a font made of llamas.
Use it to write out any message you’d like.
It’s especially helpful in taking the edge off of bad news.
Need to send a harsh message to a loved one? Helvetica is cold. Say it in llama.
Need to make a confession? Times New Roman is just rude. Say it in llama.
Why would anyone want to write something in llamas?
Because llamas make everything better.”
I tried that theory and guess what? She is right. I wrote this in llama and immediately felt better:
P.S. Gladys had a pair of briefs with a cartoon and this ‘saying’, but without llama.