Carrie, Jasmine and Aladdin

03.12.2008 | 2:33 pm

Carrie, Jasmine and Aladdin

Originally uploaded by Fat Cyclist.

Only moments before, we came across Pocahontas. I told my 14-year-old
he should go get his picture taken with her. “As you pose with her,” I
said, “tell her that her name should be ‘Poca-hotness’.”

He declined.


  1. Comment by Emily | 03.12.2008 | 3:08 pm

    You wanted your son to say wh– You’re one of those *really* embarrassing dads, aren’t you??
    Awesome pics, especially the one of Susan.

  2. Comment by KanyonKris | 03.12.2008 | 3:14 pm

    Passing the womanizing skills to the next generation, eh? Reassure your sons that eventually you lose feeling in your face and groin from the female response to such pick-up lines. ;-)

  3. Comment by Mike Roadie | 03.12.2008 | 5:30 pm


    You KNOW I’ll use that one down here, don’t you!

  4. Comment by Undomestic | 03.12.2008 | 8:11 pm

    Very funny.

    How’s Susan holding up?

  5. Comment by Born4Lycra | 03.12.2008 | 10:11 pm

    Thanks for the pics FC. Congrats to your son for showing some commonsense. Plenty of time for chatting up the Pocahontas’s of the world later. Glad the weather is nice for you we have just had our 10th day on the trot (Thursday) with the temp over 35 deg C (av 100.2F apparently so far) with no break in this run until next Wednesday when the max is expected to be 31 deg C. It’s a record anywhere in OZ but not one we are having fun making.
    Also I knew there was an Everton fan out there somewhere. Cheer up mate you could be an AFC Bournemouth supporter ooh wait that’s me.

  6. Comment by buckythedonkey | 03.13.2008 | 12:53 am

    You’re right, Susan looks fab! :)

    I wonder what actually happens when you make lewd propositions to Pocahontas at Disney World. Do you get led away in comedy hand-cuffs? Tazered by an angry mouse? Or does she slip your her, er, other business card?

    It’ds surely a question worth putting to the test. All in the interest of expanding our knowledge, you understand. I’m sure your lad would be much happier *behind* the camera.

  7. Comment by aussie kev | 03.13.2008 | 2:30 am

    jasmine should be jasminehottness !!!!

  8. Comment by Bob | 03.13.2008 | 3:14 am

    Good thing he declined. I think the 11th circle of hell is reserved for people that hit on Disney characters.

  9. Comment by Mocougfan | 03.13.2008 | 5:05 am

    I rescind my previous “good job Dad” comment. Goober.

  10. Comment by KT | 03.13.2008 | 9:06 am

    And how long did it take you to come up with THAT line?

    Did Susan whack you upside the head for uber-dorkness? I woulda.


  11. Comment by Denise | 03.13.2008 | 11:36 am

    If my nephews were prompted to say that to Pocahontas you can bet your sweet tushie they’d be fighting over who the lucky pick up artist was going to be, lol. However, in a few years I can totally picture my younger daughter (now 7) coming up with something equally cheesy to whisper to Alladin! She seemed to end up with both her and her older sister’s share of the shameless flirty gene….heaven help me.

  12. Comment by Badder | 03.13.2008 | 12:40 pm

    Googling “Pocohotness” leads to some interesting results.

  13. Comment by JC | 03.13.2008 | 2:14 pm

    Ah Dad humour (or humor for you Americans). There’s nothing simultaneously better and worse.

  14. Comment by Clydesteve | 03.18.2008 | 9:58 am

    There is nothing more satisfying, nothing that beats the groan of your own kids, when confronted by bad jokes from their Dad. My boys would have declined to hit on the ‘toons as well.


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