Day 27: What Are You Talking About? – #29in29

Kenny, bless his blonde little heart, can be pretty animated when he speaks. He uses his hands quite a bit. In other news – I’ve been told that I’m as nutty as a fruitcake so there is a lot of clarifying of what I mean going on.

Between you and me, I had no idea fruitcakes even had nuts, but whatever.

“What are you talking about?”

Kenny DRZ

“What does that even mean?”

Kenny sand pit

“Okay, I give up. What are you talking about?”

Kenny helmet

“Whoa. I have NO idea what you’re talking about.”

Kenny Husky

 Love that guy 😆


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8 Responses

  1. Shybiker says:

    Ha! This made me laugh.

    I know riders who use hand-signals to communicate on the road, but nothing like this!

  2. novos says:

    I can totally hear Kenny saying some of those in his exasperated voice 😀

  3. NWX says:

    Hey how’s the new Husky working out??

  4. Trobairitz says:

    Isn’t it funny how we try and communicate when helmets are on. There are only so many gestures we can make for what we are trying to say. I feel lost without our radios some days.

  5. Too funny. I know my hubs and I have trouble communicating with helmets on. One time we got separated last fall and he kept calling me on my cell phone because he thought I should have been where he was. Everytime the phone would ring I would have to find a place to pull over, dig out the phone and pull my helmet off the phone would stop ringing. LOl finally we connected.

  6. VStarLady says:

    Really the most important hand signal and only one that you really need, “I have to pee!” Fun pics, thanks for sharing.

  7. SonjaM says:

    Now, what were you talking about?

    +1 what VSTARLADY said

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