Great entry - I thought this week's picture was really hard!
WOW! thanks, great idea!
I'd say this was 'Brilliant!', but I'd hate for you to think I was soft-soaping you! LOL
Well, it makes as much sense as white horses . . .
lol, that explains it!
Great thinking, Doc! :) That foamy sea is soooooo pretty, I'm sure glad they aren't using the low suds version. ..
there's an explanation for everything! ;)
A very sound assumption. The froth could very well be soap. Very good, I liked it!
The perfect explanation! I love it! Great one for the day! Hope your week goes well!Sylvia
Oh yes, I remember little children thinking it was soap suds. Perfect explanation.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Thank you one and all. I thought it was about time someone came clean about the seafoam. At one time there was a UK washing powder branded "TIDE" and another branded "SURF." I rest my case.
Mystery solved. LOL. Terrific job!
What's that white frothy stuff on the ends of their chins, then? Is that the good old "ERASMIC" shaving lather we used to get before the War? Excellent, funny MFM, BTW.
I've often thought that :-)
Thought that myself, although you can put that to rest pretty quickly by tasting it. :-) My advice on that is "don't".Pearl
Nobel prize in chemistry for these two!Have a great week.
...so much for that fishy taste. We will have to say "It tastes soapy".
I chuckled at this--thanks! Very funny take on the illustration.
Very clever! I've always wondered about that frothy stuff!Richard, you commented on my site that I have a mistake in my URL that is making it difficult for people to find me...how and where did you spot this...I'm not sure how to fix it!Thanks,Debora (a Linky Dummy)
Lol! How cute!¸.•´♥Elizabeth
HA! Thats awesome! Imagine how many soap boxes there must be to provide all that foam.JM
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