Sunday, August 17, 2008

No sunscreen for me!

Yesterday at the Market Blue you may have noticed the Chipsy (potato chip) banner. This fellow apparently enjoyed a couple of packs of chips, and then put the wrappers to good use. Saves on sunscreen...but what about those legs....? Sorry for the slight fuzziness--you can imagine this was a pretty quick shot. Just turned around and there he was.

13 comments:

Riccardo said...

He should try with a couple of "Family size" potato chips packs.
ah ah ah

southshieldsdailyphoto said...

Ah...innovation!

Great work on your blog today and a very appropriate picture.

I've just racked up two years at South Shields Daily Photo and I hope to be passing here in two years time to compliment you again! Keep up the good work!
Thanks to everyone who has passed by and left a comment or some encouragement, it makes it all worthwhile.

from Curly at South Shields Daily Photo

Virginia said...

What they heck was he doing with potato chip bags on his arms? Not really sun protection! Oh well. Whatever works for you.

MuseSwings said...

Innovative Recycling Prize goes to chip man!
Cynthia

Louis la Vache said...

As 'Museswings' wrote, innovative recycling indeed! Thank you for capturing and sharing this!

Webradio said...

Chips are not good !
French chips are better !

Smile....

Jilly said...

How fascinating. Now that's different!

Therese said...

Recycling in every way possible: the outside for the sun, the inside for the oil! Good catch Bibi.

Tash said...

Super candid photo, a resourceful man. My grandmother in Pula used to reuse everything - I remember the oranges used to be wrapped in colorful tissues which were stacked up in the bathroom...

marley said...

Thats ingenious! Great way to recycle!

soulbrush said...

ha ha this is so funny and way tooo clever for me!

Becky said...

Oh that is AWESOME! What a great catch. You did great for a spur-of-the-moment shot. I love it.

Chuck Pefley said...

Clever guy! Somehow I missed that one first time around. He should definitely patent the idea!
Thanks for sending the link, Bibi!