Thursday, June 22, 2006

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS DICKIDOO?

Dickidoo's job depends on him being able to get from point A to point B based on grid coordinates rather than street addresses so he invested in a cute little GPS unit.  Personally I don't trust gadgets with users manuals which are larger and heavier than the product itself.  Fortunately for him, the GPS manual was partially illustrated and Dickidoo was eventually able to decipher it.  It only took him an hour to figure out how to get home from the cul de sac in front of the house.

"Steve Steve.... do we take a left here?"

"Steve Steve, are we there yet?"

11 comments:

promiseluv372 said...

LOL so funny!!  Even with one of those things I am always lost.  I just don't follow directions well!

Luv,
Promise

princesssaurora said...

Ahhhh boys and their toys... my hubby wants one too, under the guise of - it's for scouting with the boys - yeah right!

be well,
Dawn

mzgoochi said...

LOL I can't figure out my camera much less one of those things.

bruno64056rs said...

And, of course, remember we men do not ask for directions! That's why God invented the GPS---and the wife who WILL ask directions---and on occasion, give  someone one too many, perhaps!

sdoscher458 said...

What is it about men and directions?  I think they are missing a gene in that direction.  Each should come with a navigation unit at birth and then we could program them to follow directions too...LOL...hubby is glaring at me right now! Sandi

am4039 said...

funny hope he found his way home.

plittle said...

That's a classic picture. I can almost hear him saying, "what the-?"
-Paul
http://journals.aol.ca/plittle/AuroraWalkingVacation/

deshelestraci said...

The picture is the best!  Hilarious!  Looks like my hubby trying to figure things out!
Traci

hestiahomeschool said...

Awwww...he looks so cute....I am working on a letter to you...

swmpgrly said...

I dont know why but i havnt been getting your alerts.
I assumed you hadnt written in months.
I have to catch up.

helmswondermom said...

Funny!  We have one of those doo-hickies, too.  I don't think it has ever been used except to plot points throughout the house, and in the back yard, just to see how it works!
Lori