Saturday, October 27, 2007

I'm not sure how to feel about this

What do you think? Cute? Disturbing? Both?

14 comments:

super des said...

That's weird. I don't know how I feel about it either.

And at one point I swear she said "giant whale." Last time I checked, belugas are not that giant.

MsLittlePea said...

I always cry at these places. No one ever wants to go to Sea World with me because I complain about how these beautiful animals should be in the wild.

flutter said...

um, i dunno....

MsLittlePea said...

He's a cute little boy though

Marymurtz said...

They lost me at the point where the grandma was publicly tucking the kids junk in his swimsuit. And then making him get in the water. On the surface, it's all cute. But neither performer seemed to have a say in what they were doing. Makes me feel sad.

MsLittlePea said...

yeah

Anonymous said...

Odd to train a boy so young to do that. I think it's both disturbing and cute.

Glad you checked into the red tide but sorry it happened on your beach. Maybe all the storms this week cleared the problem. Hope you can back to collecting the shark teeth soon!

Patti

MsLittlePea said...

Thanks Patti. I hope so too. It's still pretty bad just north of here but I'm going to try to go out there on Monday....

Blondie said...

Very strange, indeed. I hope Peanut is OK!! The doggy bath post cracked me up.

thailandchani said...

Completely wacky!

seventh sister said...

More disturbing than cute. could even be called child abuse. I wonder how old the kid is.

thethinker said...

Strange...

It's a little more disturbing than it is cute.

Mariposa Speaks said...

I'm in an awe...don't know what to think...

But I agree that the boy is cute...

Big Momma Pimpalishisness With A Cherry On Top said...

I'm going with disturbing if only because that boy is way too young to be riding around on somethings back without his mother hovering closely by yelling "Okay be careful. Hold on now honey, NO DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT LETTING GO OF HIM TO WAVE!!! Don't make me come in there!!! That's it, that's enough, get out, OUT I can't watch this, I can't- you're going to drown!"

At least that's what I'd be doing if it was my son.


And though I am well aware that this is a whale, it has always been a lifelong goal of mine to kiss a dolphin so despite the creepiness, I still find myself a little jealous of the luck of this six year old.